Continental data 2009 - 2010

Continental data - Property of AirlineFinancials.com Airline Industry Revenue Cost Analysis AirlineFinancials.com Note To use the interactive

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Property of: AirlineFinancials.com Intro 06/21/2011 Airline Industry Revenue - Cost Analysis General Information- Moving the mouse over some labels and data will provide additional clarification. Glossary of Terms- U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Bureau of Transportation Statistics [c] May be calculated or estimated from other data. AirlineFinancials.com Note: To use the interactive functions will require the Excel version of this report. Clicking tab at bottom will pull up data sheet for specific airline. Green and yellow boxes provide projected year-over-year change to that specific metric. User input changes to the yellow boxes will re-calculate historical metrics and provide projections for year 2010 and/or the next quarter. (Note: Plus or minus changes can be made). Unless noted, data is from parent company. Calculations do not consider unknown and potential changes to debt and financing metrics. The projections for year 2010 and current quarter are based on company guidance and estimates from AirlineFinancials.com. The earnings per share summary provides estimates and projections that may or may not prove to be accurate. SEC-- BTS-- ASM — Available Seat Mile. A measure of capacity. ASM’s equal the total number of seats available for transporting passengers during a reporting period multiplied by the total number of miles flown during that period. RPM — Revenue Passenger Mile. One revenue-paying passenger transported one mile. RPM's equal the number of revenue passengers during a reporting period multiplied by the number of miles flown by those passengers during that period, RPM’s are also referred to as “traffic”. Yield — The amount of passenger revenue earned per RPM during a reporting period. RASM — Operating Revenue per ASM. The amount of operating revenue earned per ASM during a reporting period. RASM is also referred to as “unit revenue.” PRASM— Passenger Revenue per ASM. The amount of passenger revenue earned per ASM during a reporting period. Passenger RASM is also referred to as “passenger unit revenue.” CASM — (Operating) Cost per Available Seat Mile. The amount of operating cost incurred per ASM during a reporting period, also referred to as “unit cost”. LF-- Passenger Load Factor — A measure of utilized available seating capacity calculated by dividing RPMs by ASM’s for a reporting period. Average fare-- Represents the average one-way fare paid per flight segment by a revenue passenger that is kept by the airline. EBITDAR- O
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This note was uploaded on 06/20/2011 for the course MGT 476 taught by Professor Duffy during the Spring '10 term at Sam Houston State University.

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Continental data - Property of AirlineFinancials.com Airline Industry Revenue Cost Analysis AirlineFinancials.com Note To use the interactive

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