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Sgt Schultz

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This whole thing of available seats vs demand is a bit confusing. In this case, the plane is a Fokker-27. Max 56 seats. This flight is from LGB to PSP. I have 6 flights. Market Research shows I have 2/3/38 seats flying. The max Y seats with this configuration is 44. According to the Flight List I am flying 2/4/44 except for 2 flights which are 0/4/44. So how does this work?

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Awoo

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>Seat cost

F = 2.5

C = 1.6

Y = 1

 

>Your plane f-27

2*2.5= 5
4*1.6= 6.4
44*1= 44
 
44+6.4+5= 
55.4 out of a possible capacity of 56 seats.
 
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44 Y seats per trip * 6 trips = 264 total Y seats per week

 

264/ 7 days =  37.71 per day or ~38 like the graph in photo 1 is showing.



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Betty Marilyn Smith

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This whole thing of available seats vs demand is a bit confusing. In this case, the plane is a Fokker-27. Max 56 seats. This flight is from LGB to PSP. I have 6 flights. Market Research shows I have 2/3/38 seats flying. The max Y seats with this configuration is 44. According to the Flight List I am flying 2/4/44 except for 2 flights which are 0/4/44. So how does this work?


Lemme sum this up in 1 sentence. The numbers refer to the number of seats offered per week and roughly how much of it is filled.

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Go to the settings page, change 'view statistics by' to 'weekly'. Then it'll all be clearer.






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