Don´t get caught shortsighted
Most performance analysis is limited to looking at a single flight leg. So, a poor performing flight leg quickly becomes a candidate for cancellation.
But, would you still be inclined to cut this market if you knew that the majority of customers in this market were connecting to other flights?
Even accounting for local market “spill,” these connecting passengers might be making a net positive contribution based on the analysis of their true origin and destination. But, you’d never know if you were using conventional performance analysis tools.
EPAS ENABLES USERS TO DEFINE THE COMPLETE VIEW OF THE OPERATION
Through the multi-model capability of EPAS, focus can be made to different operational sub-components beyond the traditional Route Profitability such as
- Maintenance Performance – Is third party maintenance profitable? Which base is most effective? Are my suppliers delivery according to KPIs?
- Distribution Channel Performance – Which agents are most effective relative to performance incentives? What is my true cost of sales? What is the net revenue realized by market?
- Cargo – How profitable are the cargo operations? Is the cargo yield generating a profitable gain vs. passengers lost due to belly restrictions?
Further, EPAS enables the measurement across time horizions: last month, month to date, next month and What-If analysis.