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Offline Yan

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Reconfiguration of aircraft
« on: September 18, 2015, 08:08:29 AM »
Good morning guys,

I run my company European Airline on Beginners World 2, based in Roissy Charles De Gaulle, and my fleet currently comprises:
-An MD 90-55 with a capacity of 175  Y pax;
-An MD 90-50 with a capacity of 160 Y pax
-An MD 90-30 of the same capacity as my MD-90-50 in Y pax;
-An B 737-800 with a capacity of 162 Y pax
-and finally an B737-700 with a capacity of 126 Y pax

After passing in review my lines, on one of the most profitable for my MD 90-55, demand for class passengers  can vary from 1004 to 1282 Y seats and can range from 93-118 C seats .. .The seats configurator tells me that I can put maximum 104 C seats  ... How can I reconfigure my MD-90-55 in maintaining both my class Y seats and  incorporating my new class C  ??? ? How many seats of each class should I wear?! ...

Thank you for your assistance.

Offline jjriddle1

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Re: Reconfiguration of aircraft
« Reply #1 on: December 06, 2015, 09:56:25 AM »
Play with the numbers in the Aircraft Configuration tab.  There are a few ways to look at it.  If you go for business class, you loose capacity unless you can use the smallest seats in coach.  You have to be careful of competitors offering better seating at same price. 

Offline ajalil

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Re: Reconfiguration of aircraft
« Reply #2 on: January 09, 2016, 03:41:15 PM »
The better the seats are, the fewer seats you will get in the aircraft.. If you start of with "high density economy class seats" at the lowest tab with no seats in business or first, you can see the maximum number of seats you can fit in the aircraft.

Now when you decrease the number of seats in one class you can increase the number in other.. i.e. if you choose to put 10 first class premium seats in the aircraft, maybe you have to remove 30 economy class seats.. so just try the numbers around..

The easiest way is to start with higher class.. in a Airbus 330 I would start with about 10 First class seats.. 20 Busienss and rest economy.. for a standard route.. but the configuration depends on what route you are flying and the demand. there is no point installing business class seats on all your aircrafts if you are using them on the routes with almost no demand of business class.



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