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Author Topic: 2000NM with low passenger demand?  (Read 2070 times)

Offline DennisN

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2000NM with low passenger demand?
« on: February 05, 2011, 01:07:36 PM »
Hi.  I am still fairly new to this game and trying to learn the ins/outs.  I have a question about the distance you should travel for 150 passengers and sometimes a little less.  I am based out of KBDL in Connecticut USA and have quite a few west coast locations that have demand in the 130-160 demand range.  I would love to service these locations but I would be using a 737 for 1 flight per day.  Any option for late day flights have been maxed out with other planes.  Can I make any money servicing these mid range routes for only 140 or so passengers? 



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Re: 2000NM with low passenger demand?
« Reply #1 on: February 05, 2011, 03:08:11 PM »
I think,yes! ;DSet marketing campaign,earn some image fot these routes,and your LF will increse-I used to operate 737-700 and made some money,but for beginning it would be better if you use ATR or Dash for short-haul routes-now I`m using 2 ATR and they give me ~500 000$ weekly!I use them on routes up to 650nm with passenger demand 60-80pax!Then,you may expand your route network further with positive income,supplied by ATRs-if your long- or medium- routes are not very lucky for the first time,ATRs will save you ;D

Offline coopdogyo

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Re: 2000NM with low passenger demand?
« Reply #2 on: February 05, 2011, 08:32:19 PM »
CS-300's would be cheaper to operate and acquire compared to 737-700's. If you get the 700's new.


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