2011 EQM per EQS

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  1. gobluetwo
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    Why? Because it's fun and we're all (or most of us) travel nerds.

    Domestic (continental US): 30,492 EQM / 45.0 EQS = 678 EQM/EQS
    Non-Domestic: 45,832 EQM / 19.0 EQS = 2,412 EQM/EQS
    Total: 76,324 EQM / 64.0 EQS = 1,193 EQM/EQS

    Domestically, I had only 3 segments over 750 BIS miles and 12 under 500 BIS miles. Hurts being in Chicago and traveling primarily to the east coast and midwest this year - only 3 segments west of the Mississippi!
    Non-domestic travel includes 6 intra-Europe segments averaging 230 BIS miles and 6 TATLs in paid C averaging 4,261 BIS miles.
     
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    YTD 107,518mi/78.5 segments = 1369.65 miles/segment.
     
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    123,374 EQMs
    48 EQPs
    That's 2570 miles/segment.

    I've got another 9 segments booked in the next two weeks that cover 21516 miles which will bring down my average a bit.

    Also seems like I'm going to need to make a quick run to hit the 150K number and get those extra SWUs.
     
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    Will finish the year (only two more RTs booked) all domestic:
    103,780 EQM
    73.5 EQS
    = 1412 EQM/EQS

    That leaves out a few EQM earned from the CC, but includes bonus EQM/EQS from a couple of bumps throughout the year. Screwed up and am taking a flight after hitting 100k...probably should have used some miles instead of getting useless EQM :)
     
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    Year to Date Elite Miles:
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    Year to Date Elite Points:
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    82,211 EQM, 72.5 EQS for 1,134 EQM/S. I should finish the year at 100,248 and 85.5 for 1,172 EQM/S.
     
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    As of right now:

    EQM 111,424
    EQS 85,5

    I only put domestic UA/CO stuff on MP, All my international premium personal and work travel and coach on other Star partners I'm posting to BMI (4 r/t in international premium this year, about 20 LH/US/AC flights). So this is domestic UA/CO punishment only. I'll end up at around 130K EQM this year, it would have been a record year for me on United, but I've moved a lot of my business over to AA lately, about 80K posting over there.

    Oh, and 12 SWUs and 7 CR1s attracting mold as well :p

    111,42
     
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    200,014 / 98 EQS = 2041 Average per Segment...
     
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    82,879 EQM / 34 EQS = 2,438 avg per segment
    Will finish the year at > 100K EQM, but average will likely be the same ;)
    John
     
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    Having never really compared my status to anyone else's before (this'll be my first year as 1K) it clearly seems I take a lot more domestic trips than others, and with more stops at that. My numbers were actually off by about 6K EQM for a while before I realized I had forgotten to include 500 mile minimums in my spreadsheet. :eek:
     
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    What can I say? I'm known as the International Man of Charm for a reason I mainly do INTL.
     
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    And I think of myself as a SkyWest 1K!
     
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    Will finish the year after my two trips on 10/31 & 11/24 with:

    EQM's: 106,479
    EQS's: 53
    Avg miles/segment: 2,009
    Total Ticket Price: $5,419.79
    Actual Spend: $590.70*
    Cost per mile: $0.0068

    *gotta love vouchers and e-certs ;)
     
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    But, how much did you spend in Tootsie Pops?????:p
     
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    How did you get $4800 in vouchers!?!? In my 70 segments I took 3 VDBs, so a $1200 discount on my travel. I did turn down one VDB that I kind of regret, but that still leaves me $3,200 short of what you were able to accomplish. I'm green with envy :)
     
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    :D Probably around $200-$300

    Numerous service issues*, irrops and vdbs

    *some "skykits" & some unsolicited "we're sorry" e-mails"
     
  17. gobluetwo
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    Holy guacamole!!! That's impressive, my friend!

    Total spend: $23,394.52
    Cost per EQM: $0.3065

    Trip with the lowest cost per mile: $0.0799 (to SJU)
    Trip with highest cost per mile: $0.5788 (to RIC on an E fare)
     
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    And yet people continue to insist that UA was not excessively generous when it comes to service comp. Go figure.
     
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    71,938 EQMs and 56 EQS for an average of 1285 EQM/EQS.
    Projected to finish the year at 75,918 and 63 segments for 1205/segment.

    Throwing in the random DL/WN/B6 flights I've had this year, I should finish the year at 81,327 total miles with 69 segments, for an average of 1179/segment.
     
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    By year end:

    EQM 104568
    EQS 52.5
    EQM/EQS ratio: 1994 per segment

    I don't know my spend, as some tickets were booked by outside organizations, but I would guess somewhere in the 9K range.

    So roughly, c/EQM = 8.6c/EQ
     
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    Maybe this is a stupid question, but how do you get half of a segment?
     
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    B/Y,C,J,D,F,A farecodes earn 50% bonus for EQM and EQS.
     
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    Thanks! The airline on which I have status doesn't do that (that I'm aware of)...I knew they did the EQM bonus, but I never realized there was a segment bonus too.
     
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    73713 eqm / 112 eqs and counting

    658 eqm/eqs
     
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    When you jump out of the plane before you land:p

    In all honesty, I don't know but had it before. I'm sure someone knows a reason how this happens:rolleyes:
     
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