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AVSC 3060 Computing Key Airline Metrics
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Using the previous scenario for Cloud Nine Airlines, calculate the ALF for this route.(Scenario: Cloud Nine Airlines operates three daily round trip flights between LaGuardia Airport (LGA) and Chicago Midway (MDW). The route is operated with a Boeing 73G configured for 137 economy seats and has a stage length of 628 nm. Each one-way flight averages 101 passengers (paxs), with each pax paying an average fare of $91.14. The operating cost for one complete round trip flight is $8,862.)
73.7
"The average network or system load factor (ALF) can be found by taking the ratio of total RPMs (380,568) to ASMs (516,216). Do not divide the number of revenue passengers (101) by the available seats (137). In this case dividing revenue passengers by available seats gives the same answer only because stage length is the same for each leg in the network. However, when the load factor for multiple legs with differing stage lengths is calculated, only RPMs / ASMs will provide the correct answer."
Using the previous scenario for Wolverine Airlines, we find the RPM to be 100,800 for the round-trip flight. What is the yield for this round trip flight?(Scenario: Wolverine Airlines operates one daily round trip flight between Salt Lake City (SLC) and Los Angeles International (LAX). The route is operated with a CRJ 900 configured for 86 economy seats and has a stage length of 630 nm each way. Each one-way flight averages 80 paxs. The total revenue generated for the round-trip flight is $17,060 while the operating cost for one complete round trip flight is $13,060.)
16.9 cents
"Yield is calculated by dividing the total revenue ($17,060) by revenue passenger miles (100,800)."
Wolverine Airlines operates one daily round trip flight between Salt Lake City (SLC) and Los Angeles International (LAX). The route is operated with a CRJ 900 configured for 86 economy seats and has a stage length of 630 nm each way. Each one-way flight averages 80 paxs. The total revenue generated for the round-trip flight is $17,060 while the operating cost for one complete round trip flight is $13,060.Calculate the CASM and RASM for this round-trip flight.
CASM is 12.1 cents; RASM is 15.7 cents
"The Cost per Available Seat Mile (CASM) is calculated by dividing the total cost ($13,060) by available seat miles for the round trip flight (108,360).The Revenue per Available Seat Mile (RASM) is calculated by dividing the total revenue ($17,060) by available seat miles (108,360)."
Cloud Nine Airlines operates three daily round trip flights between LaGuardia Airport (LGA) and Chicago Midway (MDW). The route is operated with a Boeing 73G configured for 137 economy seats and has a stage length of 628 nm. Each one-way flight averages 101 passengers (paxs), with each pax paying an average fare of $91.14. The operating cost for one complete round trip flight is $8,862.Keeping in mind this is for three roundtrip flights, what are the RPMs and ASMs for this total roundtrip market?
380,568 RPMs / 516,216 ASMs
"Available Seat Miles (ASMs) are calculated by multiplying the available seats (137) by the stage length in nautical miles (628).Revenue Passenger Miles (RPMs) is calculated by multiplying the revenue passengers (101) by the stage length in nautical miles (628).
Since this scenario includes three roundtrip flights, RSMs and ASMs should be multiplied by six."
A passenger wishes to fly from Salt Lake City (SLC) to Sea-Tac Airport (SEA) and must depart by 16:00 on a given day. Available flights depart SLC at 12:00 and 18:00, each having an airborne time of 1:18. Access time to SLC for the passenger is 1.0 hour, while egress time from SEA is 0.5 hours. Assume no processing time and taxi time of 15 minutes at both airports. What is the total trip time (T) for this passenger's flight?
7:18
"Total trip time includes fixed time elements, (such as access and egress), flight time elements (including taxi time), and schedule displacement. Total trip time for this passenger is calculated with the following equation: T (7:18) = fixed(1:00 + 0:30) + variable (0:15 + 1:18 + 0:15) + displacement (16:00 - 12:00)."
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