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Author Topic: Profitability/Category of planes  (Read 1033 times)

pfmboidi

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Profitability/Category of planes
« on: December 11, 2009, 05:53:30 PM »

Data based on the weekly estimates page of each plane.

SMALL PROP   
SoldTickets   
LineMaintenance   -3%
FuelCost   -7%
RouteFees   -29%
GROSS MARGIN   61%
Insurance   -2%
Leasingcost   -13%
Maintenance   -23%
NET MARGIN   23%

L JET   
SoldTickets   
LineMaintenance   -2%
FuelCost   -14%
RouteFees   -17%
GROSS MARGIN   67%
Insurance   -1%
Leasingcost   -8%
Maintenance   -10%
NET MARGIN   48%

XL JET   
SoldTickets   
LineMaintenance   -2%
FuelCost   -18%
RouteFees   -16%
GROSS MARGIN   64%
Insurance   -4%
Leasingcost   -30%
Maintenance   -20%
NET MARGIN   10%

TOTAL   
SoldTickets   
LineMaintenance   -3%
FuelCost   -16%
RouteFees   -18%
GROSS MARGIN   64%
Insurance   -2%
Leasingcost   -15%
Maintenance   -13%
NET MARGIN   33%
VERY LARGE: AIRBUS A300B4 ~5y
LARGE: DASSAULT ~8,5y
SMALL PROP: FAIRCHILD ~1,2y

This net margin excludes HR and marketing, even thou HR is a direct cost...Im trying to put it in...

Isn't the maintenance of a A300 a little high???

What is included in the LineMaintenance? And in the Route Fees?

How is the Profit Margin calculated in the general airlines statistics page?

Talentz

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Re: Profitability/Category of planes
« Reply #1 on: December 11, 2009, 06:54:08 PM »
Hmm interesting numbers.

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Isn't the maintenance of a A300 a little high???

Dunno. Compared to what other class/aircraft?

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What is included in the LineMaintenance? And in the Route Fees?

Line maint = A+ B checks within a month (4 A checks and 1 B check) Route fees are the landing/slot fees you pay for flying the route.

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How is the Profit Margin calculated in the general airlines statistics page?

That is calculated on a per quarter basis. Its your P&L for that quarter. So if you made 100m in total sales yet spent 90m in (all)costs, your profit margin for the quarter was 10%


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Re: Profitability/Category of planes
« Reply #2 on: December 11, 2009, 06:58:38 PM »
Route Fees = Passenger fees (depends on airport size), Enroute nav fees & landing fees (MTOW relative both), and probably handling fees too but not sure of that.

And net profit margin is by similar formula than this: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Profit_margin

 

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