Supply: less than 1/2 of demand, even on the lowest day, Tuesday
Time of flight: perfect
Type of aircraft: very recent jet, 90+ % condition.
In real world, the flight like this would be sold out a month in advance, and overbooked. Why can't the system award consistent 100% LF, but it is consistent 98%?
I understand that it is not the best strategy, that I should raise prices, but curious why the system is so averse of the 100 on a consistent basis. On consistent bases, these are common
98%? very common
97, 99% also common
100% rare to non-existent
Whereas it should be the other way around. It far more common that a vastly undersupplied route is sold out consistently than it being consistently short 1 or 2 passengers.