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Author Topic: 767 200 with premium seats for Business economy  (Read 513 times)

Offline JMsoo

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767 200 with premium seats for Business economy
« on: August 17, 2012, 05:24:49 PM »
Hello just a question for those of you who tried before, is it economically good to reduce seat capacity for a 767 200 for add premium seats for both business and economy the reason ways, to assure higher load factor on route where the competition is hight and also on routes where the demand is around 200 or slightly less?

thanks JMSoo
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Offline swiftus27

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Re: 767 200 with premium seats for Business economy
« Reply #1 on: August 17, 2012, 05:32:21 PM »
Hello just a question for those of you who tried before, is it economically good to reduce seat capacity for a 767 200 for add premium seats for both business and economy the reason ways, to assure higher load factor on route where the competition is hight and also on routes where the demand is around 200 or slightly less?

thanks JMSoo

I have not tested this in 1.31

Talentz

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Re: 767 200 with premium seats for Business economy
« Reply #2 on: August 17, 2012, 05:44:18 PM »
If flying against no one, you can lightly configure a 762 to make a small profit (Standard Y, Prem C)

But if your going to run all Prem C and Y, chances are you wont make enough to cover overhead. It may show a profit, but factor in overhead and you'll be operating at a loss. Keep your total seats above 180 is my recommendation.

767 family has tough operating economics (except for 764). Use them wisely.


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Offline Infinity

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Re: 767 200 with premium seats for Business economy
« Reply #3 on: August 17, 2012, 09:55:19 PM »
Premium Y is a no go. C and F maybe when in tough competition, but Premium Y will never work out, not even with the new pax allocation.
It will give you a higher load factor, but will involve a ton more work (manual price adjustments) to even press the same revenue of a half empty Standard Y out of.

 

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