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This seens like the issue i reported earlier with the route between Brasilia and Sao Paulo... It was a massive dip overnight, wasnt it?

Same thing with HAN-SGN and HAN-DAD in Vietnam. A roughly 70-80% drop in DOPs thanks to pax demand falling off a cliff. I had to declare bankruptcy there because of it.

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This seens like the issue i reported earlier with the route between Brasilia and Sao Paulo... It was a massive dip overnight, wasnt it?

yep exactly. same thing with HNL-LAX which from 2800 demand it dipped down to 400 now the thing is. Is this seasonal or is this some glitch?



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Fantastic. Thanks.



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I take some worlds are not being reset until these reported problems are sorted out (either dismissed or fixed)? In any case this is a wonderful work, i was able to enjoy it very much until the dip



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bruh this is a big enough update to call it AE3.2 tbh

 

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Great!!! I'd love to see real demand from BOG,  there are 30+ flights a day to Medellin and Cali for instance, mostly on A320s



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Great!!! I'd love to see real demand from BOG,  there are 30+ flights a day to Medellin and Cali for instance, mostly on A320s

 

Demand to Cartagena, Cali, Barranquilla and other domestic routes are also extremely busy.

On average, daily passengers to Cartagena would be ~8000 pax, to Cali would be ~7500 pax and to Barranquilla would be ~4800 pax.

 

I didn't realized how big the domestic market is in Colombia. Same goes for other Latin American countries.



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Demand to Cartagena, Cali, Barranquilla and other domestic routes are also extremely busy.
On average, daily passengers to Cartagena would be ~8000 pax, to Cali would be ~7500 pax and to Barranquilla would be ~4800 pax.

I didn't realized how big the domestic market is in Colombia. Same goes for other Latin American countries.

You're so right, Latin America has certainly been an underrated region on AE.

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Is demand now affected by seat availability? i.e. If a route is too saturaded, demand will fall.

Also, this is a no political restriction server... I just realized

 

 

A get that real worl demand is much more dynamic, but i still find it hard to believe one of the densest (if not THE densest) route in Brazil would have a dip in demand from 1333 to 447 just overnight, while all other routes remained the same. This route links Brasilia and SAO PAULO, Brazil's largest city. It was the only route that had this happening. Heck even smaller cities further inland showed similar or greater demand than this one after the "bug"

This only happened with this particular route, all the others remained steady.

 

 

Noticeably there are some routes that have fallen in passenger demand and have made a huge dip in demand. 

Some routes like NRT-HNL have only 300 demand while ANA literally operates an A380 along with other airlines departing multiple times a day with widebody aircraft...

 

 

Same thing with HAN-SGN and HAN-DAD in Vietnam. A roughly 70-80% drop in DOPs thanks to pax demand falling off a cliff. I had to declare bankruptcy there because of it.

 

 

yep exactly. same thing with HNL-LAX which from 2800 demand it dipped down to 400 now the thing is. Is this seasonal or is this some glitch?

 

There was a bug that caused some routes to revert to auto-generated demand in certain scenarios. This is now fixed along with the data in S4C for routes that dropped in demand overnight :)



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Thank you for the fixes! :party:

Can we please please please have the E2 though? :(

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Yuxi and Viero thanks for your effort. Continue doing a good work!


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