JAL Targets 25% Boost In International Seating Capacity between FY2012 and FY2016

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  1. JALPak
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    http://www.nikkei.com/news/latest/article/g=96958A9C93819696E3E2E297828DE3E2E2E0E0E2E3E08698E2E2E2E2

    JAL is now working on its medium term business plan as part of the preparation to be relisted. The medium term business plan covers FY2012 till FY2016. Key points include

    - Target 25% growth in international seating capacity
    - Open new routes to N America and Europe
    - Strengthen partnership with foreign airlines
    - Make use of the state-of-art 787 and further reduce the amount of large aircrafts
    - Expect 2% decline in domestic passenger traffic
    - Want to maintain 100 billion yen operating profit per fiscal year even under severe business environment
    - Want to maintain 10% margin
     
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    Ha ha ha ha :)

    Kind of optimistic...
     
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    very optimistic indeed...esp 100B JPY under severe conditions :eek: Did I read that wrong? :eek:
     
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    Well depends, is that EBITAR? Or is that net profit of 1.2 Billion USD? Air Canada has great EBITAR earnings in that range and still lost 250 million net last year.....;)
     
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    厳しい経営環境下でも安定的に1000億円以上の営業利益を確保できる体制を築く。

    Maybe they meant op profit?
     
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    Yes as I thought, 営業利益=EBITAR !
     
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    i thought rent is part of the operating costs :confused:
     
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    For extreme financial tom-foolery please read the AC yearly results.....the executive bonuses are based on EBITAR and not on NET Profit (which there never is).
     
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    LOL They will announce the plan at the end of this month...I guess we will find out how it is. I still don't know how they are going to grow 25% capacity. Are they going to bring back those suspended flights? Maybe even LAX-KIX :eek: I would love to fly LAX-KIX-TYO-HKG with 787 service on LAX-KIX :p
     
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    Hey at least they are still alive unlike ummmm Malev! Still you`re right, but it`s good to have high goals.
     
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    Oh an jiji.com has some additional information...

    http://www.jiji.com/jc/c?g=ind_30&k=2012021001053

    I assume they meant the 777-200ERs on international routes :(
     
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    I am not quite sure what they mean, JL does have some pretty early versions of the 772 so getting rid of them should be so terrible. What I believe they will do is less flying on domestic routes (taken over by Jetstar etc.) and use that capacity on international routes.
     
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    i think it's the 777-200ER that they are dumping. Only HKG, HNL, SFO, CDG, BKK and DEL (1x weekly) left with 772 service after DME and DEL switched to 787. I believe the trend is to switch to 787 on those routes. SFO will need that downgrade anyway. They are having troubles filling those seats. But they should dump or reconfig the 7J2 too!
     
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    7J2= the old JAS Rainbow 7 ?
     
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    Yup
     
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    It must be at least 15 years old by now!
     
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    I flew the 7J2 the other day the seats are getting really filthy now
     
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    Still the same seats?:eek:
     
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    Yes they still have those Rainbow seats/Super Seats...

    Row 81/82 :p
     

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