L'état de la mariée CSA ( convoitée par AF si j'ai suivi ) sur Air Transport News :
Résultats 2008, 5,6 millions passagers transportés, + 2,4%.
Pas trop d'illusions sur cette année, en novembre et décembre 08, ça baisse déjà.
Scheduled carriage is the main line of the airline’s business and accounts for more than 70 percent of its revenue. On scheduled flights, Czech Airlines carried 4.8 million passengers, which is a year-on-year increase of 1.8 percent. Scheduled carriage was hit the hardest by the economic recession. “Whereas in the first three
quarters, carriage grew by 4.9 percent (and in some months of the main summer season even by more than ten percent), in September, the decline began to be felt, which further deepened as the year went on,” said Czech Airlines´
Vicepresident for Sales Petr Řehák. “In September 2008 the number of passengers of Czech Airlines was by 0, 7% lower, in comparision with the previous year, in Novemeber the downtrend reached 4.3% and in December it deepened to further 7.4%. Due to the persisting worldwide economic crisis, further recesion is to be expected this year as well”.
Une branche ACMI, des chiffres flous, atout ou boulet ?
Il est aussi question de cargo (le mot qui fâche en ce moment !), dans ce cas "tout cargo" dédié ou belly freight ?
ACMI Aircraft Lease
The carriage results do not include passengers carried as a part of so-called ACMI leases, i.e., the leasing of aircraft from Czech Airlines’ fleet to other carriers, including the crew, maintenance, and insurance. This activity, which Czech Airlines has successfully developed in recent years, brings annual revenue in the order of hundreds of million of crowns. The most significant ACMI lease last year was the year-long rental of the largest aircraft in our fleet, an Airbus A310 for 209 passengers, to India.
But Czech Airlines aircraft also flew in Europe, for airlines such as Adria Airways, Jet Airways, and SAS. Carriage of Cargo and Post
Last year, Czech Airlines aircraft carried over 20,000 tonnes of goods and post. In cargo carriage, which is thought of as a “barometer” of the economic situation, the impact of the global recession became evident in the middle of last year. The drop in the second half of the year was so dramatic that even the positive developments of the first half of the year were not sufficient to balance it out, and overall,
cargo carriage thus dropped by 10.5 percent last year.