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Ok so whats the best IFS? Pretty much all my flights have awful IFS reputations



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I find you just can't win with IFE so I dont use any. I just go Low Cost and beat my competetors thatway.



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The best IFS is (imo) the profitable 3* IFS. This is how it works:
- Give 3*, 4*, 5* for each meal.
- Charge $10 more than the cost to buy the meal.
- Add all accessories for free, but charge $40 for Comfort Kits and $16 for Comfort Kits.
- You should make abouy a max $60 - 70 profit.

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Well i have a 3* IFS with a $401 max revenue per passenger, Its secret though ;)



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I'm doing every game like this:

 

Step 1:

Breakfast: 5 stars - $46

Lunch:  5 stars - $56

Dinner: 5 stars - $60

Snacks: 3 and 5 stars: $5-$12

 

Step 2:

Pillows: $10

Blankets: $8

Children pack: $39

Souvenirs: $45

 

They may different $1 less or more. And I'm pleased with the results:

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Try 4 star meals and charge $29 for breakfast, for linch and $42 for dinner.

I also recommend not selling meals, as theu are too expemsive.



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Try 4 star meals and charge $29 for breakfast, for linch and $42 for dinner.

I also recommend not selling meals, as theu are too expemsive.

that's the most contradictory statement I've ever seen



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Try 4 star meals and charge $29 for breakfast, for linch and $42 for dinner.
I also recommend not selling meals, as theu are too expemsive.

I think that what he's trying to say, is that preferably use no IFS but if you do use that one.

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I'm saying, use only snacks but if you want to serve meals, use that.



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I'm saying, use only snacks but if you want to serve meals, use that.

Only snacks is a common LCC strategy.


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"Nothing" is a common LCC strategy

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But in AE, it doesn't work very well. IFS contributes 4-6% of revenue on most of my routes.



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IFS is like 50% of sleazyjet's revenue :|

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Yeah. You have 125 Let l-410 planes. A bit much. You must have very minor operations.



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Yeah. You have 125 Let l-410 planes. A bit much. You must have very minor operations.

On such short routes cost bases are low. And we are a proud European airline D: . On a side not, we probably provide less seats a day than Flybe, who just operate out of Britain.

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The best IFS is (imo) the profitable 3* IFS. This is how it works:
- Give 3*, 4*, 5* for each meal.
- Charge $10 more than the cost to buy the meal.
- Add all accessories for free, but charge $40 for Comfort Kits and $16 for Comfort Kits.
- You should make abouy a max $60 - 70 profit.

this is so good. Thanks



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The best IFS is (imo) the profitable 3* IFS. This is how it works:
- Give 3*, 4*, 5* for each meal.
- Charge $10 more than the cost to buy the meal.
- Add all accessories for free, but charge $40 for Comfort Kits and $16 for Comfort Kits.
- You should make abouy a max $60 - 70 profit.

this is so good. Thanks



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Well i have a 3* IFS with a $401 max revenue per passenger, Its secret though ;)

 

I know that IFS lol - I can get $435 off of it. Pretty cool exploit, eh?


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To get $183 off 3* IFS it's easy. Have a 3*, 4* and 5* meal for each category, add $20 on the prices, and offer two 3*, two 4*, and two 5* snacks for free.

For accessories:

Pillow/blanket/kids pack = FREE

Newspaper/comfort kit/souvenir = max price ($10, 30, 50 respectively)

Headphones = Don't use (they waste money)



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this is so good. Thanks


Why the heck did you revive a two year old thread?

Please don't do that again.




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