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Volume of bookings per day

 
Andy Malakov
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* 225 seats per plane (max on Boeing 767)
* 10 flights per day (large planes acually have lower turnaround)
* 20 planes (including future)
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45,000 single seat reservations per day


I wonder, where 200,000 "airfares per day" comes from :-) ?
[ September 10, 2006: Message edited by: Andy Malakov ]
 
Cleuton Sampaio
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Hmmm good point. Maybe they are counting on express carriers...
 
Ballu Kommireddi
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Andy,

200,000 airfares booking per day may not all be for the same day. They could be done for future dates.

Ballu
 
karthikeyan Chockalingam
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Definitely a good question.
In general overbooking is allowed which is around 15%. Here may be the analyst has assumed it to be more than 300%.
 
Sub swamy
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What about indirect flights - wont that result in more airfares ? Do we need to take that into account ?
 
Petr Kleja
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Try to read requirements more in detail and do not forget to take in account that what customer requires should have greatest priority. I mean if they are expecting such great number of airfares, it has to be mentioned on the paper and then subscribed by the customer and agreed upon it. Besides that I see also other big planes.

Petr

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