Un fil pour Skywest qui est un feeder de grande taille pour les majors US
Presque 400 avions dont presque 150 CRJ100/200 !
Quasi exclusivement des BBD CRJ
Résultats pour le groupe
Surging costs sent Utah-based SkyWest Inc.'s third-quarter net earnings tumbling to just $116,000, significantly lower than the $25.5 million net profit it posted in the year-ago period.
The parent of US regionals SkyWest Airlines, ExpressJet and Atlanta Southeast Airlines saw its quarterly expenses leap 47.7% to $928.6 million, outpacing a 39.1% lift in revenue to $955.4 million largely attributed to the addition of Houston-based ExpressJet, acquired in the 2010 fourth quarter (ATW Daily News, Oct. 17). Operating profit of $26.8 million was down 54% year-over-year.
The cost increases included an 83.6% jump in aircraft fuel expenditures to $160.3 million and various maintenance charges. Expenses associated with ExpressJet, which incurred a $7 million pre-tax loss in the third quarter, did little to help.
Commenting on the company's disappointing quarter, chairman and CEO Jerry Atkin said, "These results are not representative of our history at SkyWest and we will continue to execute our action plan in order to move back to more favorable results for 2012 and beyond."
Owing in large part to the addition of ExpressJet (which is in the process of merging with ASA), SkyWest Inc.'s third-quarter traffic heightened 54.3% to 7.89 billion RPMs on a 53% rise in capacity to 9.68 billion ASMs, producing a load factor of 81.4%, down 0.6 point. Yield declined 9.8% to 11.9 cents.
Gros souci avec les coûts de carburant qui pèse sur les résultats
La fiche détaillée du groupe
On voit aussi ExpressJEt et ses 244 ERJ 145 !!! qui a été intégré dans le groupe et les 167 CRJ d'Atlantic Southeast Airlines
Sacré flotte au total essentiellement centrée sur le créneau des 50 places !