On what routes you have seen the most changes?
Auckland - (Cairns Technical Stop) - Hong Kong Kai Tak => LF 95% to LF 40%, prices -10% at the moment of big LF drop, no competition, 10 flights a week (every day, 3 days two times, demand is much higher than I offer seats in all three classes), RI 100
Auckland - (Kona Technical Stop) - New York JFK => LF 85% to LF 35%, prices -15% at the moment of the drop, no competition, 3 flights a week, demand is nearly 2x than what I offer, RI ~50
Auckland - (Tahiti Faa'a Technical Stop) - Los Angeles Int. => LF 90% to LF 35%, prices -15% at the moment of the drop, no competition, 8 flights a week (without Sunday), demand is four to five times than what I offer.
The schedule filler routes went down, too (Auckland - Melbourne for example), also the demand there is 2-4 times higher than what I (and small competitor) offers.
In fact, all of my routes are affected.
up or down.. Flying alone, or competition (how much)? How many routes a day? What are the ticket prices, and CI/RI etc..etc..
All LF went extremly down, no doubt if there is competition or not. Prices were low because it is a new airline, also CI (42 at this time) and RI are on a smaller level.
My aircrafts are configured 3/20/138, 6/25/125 and 6/30/114, so I'm not using "tactics" like full C/F and comparing to some actual configurations it seems realistic to me.
Aircraft are <17 years old (12, 13, 14, 15, 16 years) and in good condition (>90%). Staff is well payed and there is no need for more staff.
Flight puncutality is around 97% and cancellations are very low (0% at the moment, but sometimes there are one or two cancellations a week).
My turn-around-times are always at 1% delay (between the flights you can choose in the drop down menu and also between two different flight numbers).