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Forum: Business Bytes 06 January 2015, 03:36 PM
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As a general rule of thumb, similar aircrafts of...

As a general rule of thumb, similar aircrafts of similar vintage will have similar seats (but not always mind you), and seat pitch is a reasonably good approximation of the "crampness" of a plane.
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Forum: Business Bytes 02 January 2015, 03:27 PM
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Views: 37,620
Posted By overyonder
e.g.: Ticket A-C (via B) costs customer $300....

e.g.:
Ticket A-C (via B) costs customer $300. A-B flight operating cost is $50, and B-C is $50 (keeping it simple here). $300 -$50 - $50 = $200 profit. If you don't take the B-C, you "saved" the...
Forum: Business Bytes 02 January 2015, 02:51 PM
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Posted By overyonder
It's all about maximizing revenue, and being...

It's all about maximizing revenue, and being competitive in a market. If the market is high demand (and low offer) from pts A-B and carries a premium price per mile, and that pts A-C is a...
Forum: Business Bytes 02 January 2015, 02:32 PM
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Posted By overyonder
It's all about loss of revenue. If a market...

It's all about loss of revenue.

If a market (point A to point B) calls for $500 for that route, but you have passengers that fly point A to C via B, and stop at B, and paid $200 for that flight,...
Forum: Business Bytes 02 January 2015, 01:53 PM
Replies: 90
Views: 37,620
Posted By overyonder
One of the big problem with hidden-city...

One of the big problem with hidden-city ticketing, is that you may end up in the city you booked, and not the one you intended!

When irregular operations (IRROPS) occur, the airline reserves the...
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