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TennisNoob Feb 24, 18 3:30 pm

IAH-TPE Load Factor
 
Just curious if anyone knows the load factor in the business cabin for this route.

Seat maps always look really empty, tickets are running pretty cheap, but no award seats for over a year now.

bevotex Feb 24, 18 5:05 pm

I don’t about load factors but I did get two super saver business award tickets in May TPE-IAH.
(Through United miles)

TennisNoob Feb 24, 18 10:50 pm


Originally Posted by bevotex (Post 29454676)
I donít about load factors but I did get two super saver business award tickets in May TPE-IAH.
(Through United miles)

It used to be wide open T-14. There were somedays I saw last year randomly within a month they did release seats but it was so little and on random days of the week.

east_west Feb 24, 18 11:19 pm


Originally Posted by TennisNoob (Post 29454384)
Just curious if anyone knows the load factor in the business cabin for this route.

Seat maps always look really empty, tickets are running pretty cheap, but no award seats for over a year now.

Breakout of business vs. economy is not reported, but these are the overall load factors since 2016.
Q1 2016 86%
[Increased service from 4 to 6 weekly March 2016]
Q2 2016 74%
Q3 2016 73%
[Introduced Daily service October 2016]
Q4 2016 72%
Q1 2017 77%

TennisNoob Feb 25, 18 12:25 pm

These #s include last minute buy-ups right? Seems like there were a lot of buy-ups in the past. The buy-up offer was generally 1k.

hayzel7773 Feb 25, 18 7:39 pm


Originally Posted by TennisNoob (Post 29457026)
These #s include last minute buy-ups right? Seems like there were a lot of buy-ups in the past. The buy-up offer was generally 1k.

Those are overall for the whole aircraft. BR does not report cabin-by-cabin #s .

TennisNoob Feb 25, 18 10:39 pm


Originally Posted by hayzel7773 (Post 29458398)
Those are overall for the whole aircraft. BR does not report cabin-by-cabin #s .

Got it so sounds like we should reduce the # by 20%-30% because there's a lot of buy-ups. Wow surprising stil imo.

east_west Feb 26, 18 2:30 pm


Originally Posted by hayzel7773 (Post 29458398)
Those are overall for the whole aircraft. BR does not report cabin-by-cabin #s .

Yes, the numbers are from the DOT public database -- # of passengers divided by # of seats for the IAH-TPE route. I've just collated the database to report these numbers.

coolfish1103 Feb 27, 18 1:14 am

br tpe-iah

2018/01
83.8

2017/01-12
82.8
72.2
79.2
74.4
78.6
78.7
80.7
81.4
69.8
80.5
77.9
84.6

JORBUST Apr 8, 18 9:05 am

Where did you get these? DOT doesn't have them this up to date.

Originally Posted by coolfish1103 (Post 29463639)
br tpe-iah

2018/01
83.8

2017/01-12
82.8
72.2
79.2
74.4
78.6
78.7
80.7
81.4
69.8
80.5
77.9
84.6


coolfish1103 Apr 9, 18 5:18 am

CAA from Taiwan distributes these information as well.


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