AC and Industry trends in profitably

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  1. "Many airlines are struggling. On average airlines will earn about $4 for every passenger carried – less than the cost of a sandwich in most places."
    Airlines have managed to improve their performance over the past seven or eight years thanks to more efficient use of assets, according to IATA.
    The industry load factor – a key measure showing the percentage of seats filled by fare-paying passengers – is anticipated to reach a record high of 80.3 per cent this year, six percentage points above 2006 levels.
    Ancillary revenues is one area where are airlines are improving their performance: they are expected to increase to five per cent this year from 0.5 per cent in 2007."
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