AirlineSim Report #2

Here we are with the second AirlineSim Report. They will be published every fortnight for now as things are very slow at the start of these games. Therefore, the next one should be published on the 11th of July.

Jetto Airlines

Jetto is still struggling with very low profit margins, with losses very possible if there are any cancellations, lay-offs  or problems. However, Jetto has been taking measures to take up more of a low-cost airline format, and this will hopefully improve operations. They are also upgrading the fleet to Bombardier Q400s to reduce costs and improve profits, while increasing available seats.

Information:

Start value: $4,000,000

Current  total value:…………………..$3,583,461
Current cash:…………………………..$1,913,855
Current value without cash:…………$1,669,606

Profits at week-end closing:…..……..$-0,053,698
Profits last week-end closing:………..$+0,004,994

Fleet:………….…..Dornier 328 – 6 Leased / 6 Total
…….Bombardier Dash-8 Q400 – 1 Leased / 1 Total

SardiniAir

SardiniAir is continuing to do very well, with constant profits and a margin of about 8%. This means that fairs on popular routes have increased in the hope of further optimising profit margins. SardiniAir has also welcomed a CRJ-200 into the fleet and will eventually transition to an all-CRJ fleet like Bahrain World International, beginning with the replacement of the older Dornier aircraft.

Information:

Start value: $5,000,000

Current  total value:……………………..$5,040,738
Current cash:………………………….….$0,998,013
Current value without cash:………….…$4,042,725

Profits at week-end closing:……………..$+0,123,071
Profits last week-end closing:……………$+0,157,495

Fleet:………………..Dornier 328 – 4 Leased / 4 Total
………………….Sukhoi Superjet – 2 Leased / 2 Total
……………….Bombardier CRJ-200 – 1 Leased / 1 Total (To replace Dornier 328)

Bahrain World International

Bahrain World International is now ‘established’ and is no longer just an experiment. The fleet has changed slightly as it was re-started after the last post, but this is not particularly a bad thing. Although operating an all-CRJ fleet is limiting on the number of passengers carried and on profits when compared to the A321 from the old experimental version of BWI, it allows for greater flexibility within the fleet and its shorter range allows me to concentrate on more local routes to improve feed.
One of the most important things BWI is seeing is that every route has a 100% load factor! This means profits will be good, and prices have increased to make use of the increased demand. I will also order another CRJ700 to add more routes to the West of Bahrain as few exist in that direction currently.

Information:

Start value: $9,500,000

Current  total value:……………………..$9,482,443
Current cash:……………………..……….$3,391,387
Current value without cash:……….……$6,091,056

Profits at week-end closing:……………..$-0,017,557
Profits last week-end closing:……………$±N/A

Fleet:…………..Bombardier CRJ-700 – 2 Leased / 2 Total
…………………Bombardier CRJ-1000 – 2 Leased / 2 Total

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