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Old November 24th, 2008, 08:53 PM   #101
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So is this the beginning of weight-based pricing?
Let's hope so. My idea would be:

Regular price: Combined weight of passenger and baggage = <100kg (221lbs)

Every additional kilo costs an extra 1% of the regular price.

This would be the fairest solution IMO for both the airlines and the passengers. For example passengers with a body weight of only 50kg would be allowed to transport more baggage. And passengers who exceed the weight limit have to pay extra, afterall they are causing the airlines extra costs.
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Tall people are another story, they can't help being tall
For information: Air France charges 50€ more on long-haul flights for people who want to seat next to an emergency exit.

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but fat people can always lose weight.
Some people are just massively built like rugby players.
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Old November 25th, 2008, 06:53 AM   #103
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I'm 6'1" and 215 lbs. But I support weight-based pricing.

The best system would charge based on combination: how many seats, and how much weight, including luggage. Let the airlines decide how the formula works. But I'd be happy to pay it.

Of course, with a "big" fare I'd expect a slightly bigger seat.
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Seats should come in different sizes. Mini-seats for the 1/2 price of a regular seat, a plus size for 1.5 times the price, and a jumbo size for triple the price!

If you cannot fit in a Toyota Yaris then the dealership isn't going to give you a Camry for the price of Yaris, right?
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Old November 25th, 2008, 10:16 AM   #105
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Perhaps one day we'll have to weigh-in to buy a plane ticket, and again at check-in to make sure there have been no significant deviations. With more accurate weight calculations, airlines can better optimize fuel loading. I've heard guidelines on passenger weight estimates used to calculate the amount of fuel needed are incredibly outdated in the US.
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Old November 26th, 2008, 12:07 PM   #106
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Going off on a tangent here, but that woman with her foot on the headrest is making me sick!

I hate people who do that...
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Old November 26th, 2008, 12:34 PM   #107
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As always, Canadians tolerate all kinds of non sense.
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People should pay for what they use. Two seats? Perhaps, we should all show up at the airport with pillows stuffed under our coats so we can get the same amount of airplane space as fat people.
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well im about 215ibs and im not considered an obese, and i can easily fit on one seat.
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CMA pans Air Canada, WestJet policy on obese, disabled flyers
Last Updated: Friday, January 9, 2009 | 5:19 PM ET

The Canadian Medical Association said Friday it's "disappointed" that Canada's two major airlines have instituted a policy requiring doctors to provide a note to obese and disabled people in order for them to receive special privileges on planes.

The issue of whether an overweight airline passenger can fit comfortably in a single seat is not a medical question, said the organization representing doctors across the country.

The association's president, Dr. Robert Ouellet, said WestJet Airlines and Air Canada did not consult the CMA before instituting the policy.

The airlines announced their new policy Jan. 8 after the Canadian Transportation Agency ordered them to make extra seating freely available to disabled and obese travellers who require it.

In a news release Friday, the CMA said the policy shows "a disregard for the use of scarce medical resources."

Many physicians are already inundated with third-party forms, Ouellet said.

"In as much as the CMA supports the rights of these travellers, we feel that airlines should not try and pass the buck to physicians over what is essentially a business matter," he said.
Airlines reacted to Supreme Court ruling

The Supreme Court of Canada upheld the CTA order in November, and airlines had until Jan. 10 to comply by introducing a "one passenger, one fare" policy.

The new policy applies to passengers who require an attendant to travel with them because of a disability, and to obese or overweight passengers who cannot fit in a single seat.

Air Canada announced this week that these passengers will require "a doctor's certificate of their disability or need for an attendant when travelling, as well as medical approval for travel."

WestJet announced a similar requirement and added: "All medical forms submitted by a guest's physician will be reviewed by WestJet's medical desk nurse. The nurse may contact the guest's physician for more information prior to making a final decision to approve or decline a request."

The medical association said it plans to write to the airlines asking that they "immediately revisit their requirements for doctor's certificates."

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Old January 11th, 2009, 09:12 PM   #111
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Going off on a tangent here, but that woman with her foot on the headrest is making me sick!

I hate people who do that...
i would lve to be sitting next to her i love feet!!
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Air India fires 10 overweight flight attendants

AN Indian airline has dismissed ten female flight attendants who were grounded for being overweight.

The sackings came after the Air India cabin crew were warned about meeting minimum physical fitness standards and given sufficient time to lose weight, the Press Trust of India news agency reported.

The flight attendants were also offered alternative ground assignments which they allegedly refused.
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Sounds like Air India was fair.
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Old January 22nd, 2009, 03:40 PM   #114
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UN drawing up new safety rules to fight pilot fatigue
22 January 2009

BRUSSELS, Belgium (AP) - The U.N. agency that sets standards for air transport is drawing up new safety rules to take into account a silent killer: Pilot fatigue.

Over the past 15 years, nearly a dozen fatal crashes and numerous close calls have been blamed on pilot fatigue, whose effects safety experts compare with driving drunk. Pilot fatigue was a key cause of one of the deadliest crashes in aviation history in 1997, when a Korean AirBoeing 747 headed to Guam plowed into a hillside and killed 228 people.

Air safety organizations and pilot unions have for years been pressing for tighter regulation and enforcement of working hours and rest periods. They say scientific research has identified pilot fatigue as a factor in a fifth of all fatal crashes.

The International Civil Aviation Agency is now preparing to abandon current rules based on flight time limitations in favor of a completely new concept known as "fatigue risk management systems". These will draw on the latest scientific research into sleep and other factors affecting crew performance.

Fatigue is defined as a decreased ability to work due to mental or physical stress. Symptoms can include longer reaction times, short-term memory loss, impaired judgment and reduced visual perception. The new guidelines are due to be reviewed in spring and released later in the year, spokeswoman Sue-Ann Rapattoni said.

Safety experts expect the new systems to focus on closely tracking flight crew duty times as well as the duration and quality of rest periods, sleep cycles, nutrition and possible illnesses.

"The aviation business has pretty much outgrown the arbitrary flight time limits of the past (and) it is time to take a more thoughtful approach that uses what we know about fatigue to make the system better for everybody," said William Voss, president of the Flight Safety Foundation from Alexandria, Virginia.

Pilots complain that mandated rest periods are now only calculated according to the time spent in the air rather than total time on duty. A pilot's daily schedule might include only a short period of actual flying, but 12 or 14 hours of total time on duty -- including layovers, delays and so on. Rosters sometimes call for a crew to work three or four straight days in this way.

Furthermore, crew rest periods often include transit time to and from hotels and meal times, so that a nine-hour rest period could allow for only about six hours of sleep.

Patrick Smith, a U.S. based-airline pilot and aviation writer, says fatigue is a particular problem among regional carriers, where daily schedules can be brutal and layovers are often at the minimum legal duration. In contrast, long-haul passenger flights carry bigger crews and pilots take scheduled breaks, often in very comfortable rest quarters.

Pilots have proposed using simple measures such as cockpit naps to combat fatigue. Some national regulations already allow one pilot to nap while the other works during cruise, so that both are alert when landing.

Capt. Gavin McKellar, chairman of the accident analysis committee of the London-based International Federation of Airline Pilots' Associations, cited the Korean Airlines crash as an example of cumulative fatigue. Before the flight, the pilot had flown from Seoul to Australia and back, to Hong Kong and back and then on to Guam, all with only a few hours of rest, he said.

"Chronic fatigue is a factor in causing accidents and incidents much more than it is given credit for," McKellar said. "Its debilitating effects are just as, if not more potent than alcohol."

In a 2004 crash in Missouri, which killed 13 people, a National Transportation Safety Board investigation found that the crew's tiredness after spending 14.5 hours on duty had "likely contributed to their degraded performance." And in their report on an accident in Halifax, Canada in 2004, in which seven people died, Canadian investigators concluded that the pilot had typed incorrect information into his plane's computer after spending 19 hours on duty.

Air transport regulators around the world have been criticized for being too lenient with airlines and not enforcing regulations that address pilot fatigue until a crash occurs. Many carriers in the United States, Europe and Asia, frequently make rosters for crews based on the upper limit of flying time for a pilot, said Philip von Schoppenthau, secretary-general of the Brussels-based European Cockpit Association, a continentwide pilots' union.

In Europe, for instance, current flight time regulations allow for a maximum duty period of 13 hours. Even this can be extended by an hour twice a week, according to a guide issued by the European Aviation Safety Agency.

"I certainly wouldn't want to be a passenger on the last flight of a pilot who is on the end of his third consecutive 60-hour duty week," von Schoppenthau said.
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Indian pilots count on cabin crew to stay awake
23 January 2009
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Indian pilots have a new weapon to combat mid-flight fatigue: talking with their cabin crew.

India's aviation regulator, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA), has issued some guidelines after recent incidents of pilots dozing off and veering off their flight paths, the Hindustan Times newspaper reported Friday.

The orders instruct cabin crews of all domestic airlines to talk to pilots every half hour to keep them awake, and to keep speaker volume high so that pilots can hear air traffic controllers.

The instructions also reiterate general safety measures for cabin crew such as taking regular rest periods and limiting the length of each shift.

Last year the pilots of a Mumbai-bound Air India flight reportedly fell asleep and overshot their destination.

An official with the DGCA denied that there was a problem with Indian pilots falling asleep and said it was normal for the cockpit crew to feel drowsy.
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Business Travellers Opting for Economy Seats

More business travellers flying economy-airlines body



GENEVA, March 17 (Reuters) - Increasing numbers of business travellers are foregoing executive-class seats and flying economy, especially in Europe, an industry body said on Tuesday.

Airline revenues from business and first class tickets were down by at least one-quarter in January from the same month a year ago, due to lower demand amid gloomy economic prospects, according to the International Air Transport Association (IATA).

"There is evidence that business passengers are trading down to cheaper tickets," the Geneva-based body said in its latest Premium Traffic Monitor.

While European business travellers have been shifting to cheaper seats on short-haul flights in recent years, alongside a proliferation of low-cost airlines such as EasyJet and Ryanair, IATA said economic distress had amplified this trend.

Promotional fares meant to encourage continued travel in spite of increasing job cuts and financial turbulence have exacted further pain on the industry's bottom line, according to IATA, which represents 230 airlines including British Airways, Cathay Pacific, United Airlines and Emirates.

"Fares are also now falling sharply, as well as passenger numbers," it said.

Economy travel demand has also slumped in response to the global financial crisis, but at a slower rate than the premium segment airlines depend on for their bottom line.

The weakest business-class market in January was in Asia, where premium travel on flights within the region decreased 23 percent year-on-year and flights across the Pacific dropped 25 percent. Executive-class demand on flights between Europe and Asia fell 21 percent.

Intra-European premium travel dropped 22 percent in January, compared to the same month in 2008, and on flights across the North Atlantic there was a 15 percent fall. In the Middle East, where many airlines were adding flights in the time of financial boom, IATA said increasing numbers of seats were also empty.

Africa was the only region to record an increase in business-class passenger travel in January. Premium travel within the continent was 19 percent higher in January "and fares also appeared to be holding up," according to IATA, whose member airlines run 93 percent of scheduled international air traffic.

Its data excludes domestic flights.

IATA has forecast that global carriers are set to post $2.5 billion in losses in 2009, after losses of up to $8 billion last year.
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MISC | Top Airlines by Numbers

FACTBOX-Top 15 global airlines

April 7 (Reuters) - Air France-KLM unveiled a 9.4 percent slump in passenger traffic in March and another bleak month for cargo on Tuesday, as the global crisis continues to depress business travel and the flow of goods.

Data from Europe's largest airline and its rivals is providing more evidence of the uphill task facing G20 leaders as they seek to kickstart moribund global trade [ID:nL7218467].

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Here is a list of top 15 airlines based on Scheduled Passenger-Kilometres Flown for the year 2007:


Code:
 Rank       Airline                       Millions
  1.       American Airlines              222,760
  2.       United Airlines                191,932
  3.       *Delta Air Lines               166,209
  4.       Continental Airlines           130,965
  5.       **Air France                   128,914
  6.       Lufthansa                      122,091
  7.       *Northwest Airlines            117,357
  8.       British Airways                113,273
  9.       Singapore Airlines              90,900
 10.       Emirates [EMAIR.UL]             90,529
 11.       Japan Airlines                  85,102
 12.       Qantas                          82,124
 13.       China Southern Airlines
                                           80,984
 14.       Cathay Pacific                  74,987
 15.       **KLM                           74,496

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Top 15 airlines based on Scheduled Freight Tonne-Kilometers
for the year 2007:

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 RANK       Airlines                        Millions
  1.       Federal Express                  15,710
  2.       United Parcel Service            10,968
  3.       Korean Air                        9,568
  4.       Lufthansa                         8,348
  5.       Cathay Pacific                    8,225
  6.       Singapore Airlines                7,945
  7.       China Airlines                    6,301
  8.       *Air France                       6,126
  9.       Emirates                          5,497
 10.       Cargolux                          5,482
 11.       EVA Air                           4,774
 12.       *KLM                              4,745
 13.       Japan Airlines                    4,669
 14.       British Airways                   4,624
 15.       Air China Limited                 3,586
* Delta Air Lines and Northwest Airlines merged in 2008.
Add numbers to reach equivalent group total.
** Air France and KLM merged in 2004 but operate separate

networks: add numbers to reach total operated by the group.

Note: A passenger kilometre is a unit to measure traffic by multiplying the number of passengers by the number of kilometres each passenger is flown; a similar meausure is used for cargo.

Source: Reuters/IATA (www.iata.org)
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Cyprus arrests youths aiming lasers at planes

NICOSIA, April 10 (Reuters) - Four youths have been arrested in Cyprus on suspicion of directing laser beams at incoming aircraft close to an airport, blinding pilots and potentially endangering hundreds of lives.

Authorities said they were investigating the alleged involvement of the youths in 10 separate incidents recorded from August 2008. In each case, beams of laser light were shone at incoming aircraft, impairing the vision of pilots.

Police went public with the incidents this week, when a flight from Athens was targeted as it came in to land at Larnaca, Cyprus's main international airport.

The youths, who are in their late teens, were held on suspicion of endangering flight safety. They were remanded in custody on Friday pending further investigations.
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Glasgow Air chiefs to target jet laser menaces



AVIATION bosses have launched a campaign against "laser louts" in Glasgow after a steep rise in incidents against pilots.

Across the UK the number of reported cases of lasers being maliciously directed at planes and helicopters rose from 29 in 2007 to 206 last year, the Civil Aviation Authority said.

Many of the incidents last year involved commercial airliners flying in to UK airports.

There were five incidents at Glasgow International Airport in 2008, compared to one the previous year, while there was one case involving a helicopter above Wick.

In the first three months of this year there have been eight incidents in Glasgow, while across the UK there have been 76.

The Civil Aviation Authority has now joined forces with police and Government departments to track down the culprits.

There have already been a number of successful prosecutions in the UK, with offenders receiving custodial sentences. The new campaign aims to highlight the penalties they face.

Spearheading the campaign is a new device - currently being made available among police forces around the country - which measures the strength and wave length of a laser beam to help identify it.

The device can pinpoint the exact location of where a beam originates.

A photograph of the beam can also be taken for use in court.

Bob Jones, head of flight operations at the CAA, said: "To those individuals targeting aircraft with laser devices the message is clear - don't.

"You will be caught and you will be prosecuted and you could spend up to five years in prison.

"We strongly urge anyone in the local area who sees a laser being used against aircraft to contact the police immediately.

"These things are not toys, they pose a serious risk to all flight safety."
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United Air to charge obese double on full flights

LOS ANGELES, April 15 (Reuters) - United Airlines, a unit of UAL Corp , will require obese passengers bumped from full flights to purchase two seats on a subsequent flight, matching the policy of some other carriers.

The change brings the Chicago-based in line with eight other airlines including Continental, Delta, JetBlue and Southwest, United spokeswoman Robin Urbanski said on Wednesday.

"Last year we had 700 complaints from passengers who had to share their seats," she said.

Under the new policy, obese passengers -- defined as unable to lower the arm rest and buckle a seat belt with one extension belt -- will still be reaccommodated, at no extra charge, to two empty seats if there is space available.

If, however, the airplane is full, they will be bumped from the flight and may have to purchase a second ticket, at the same price as the original fare, Urbanski said.

If the bumped passenger chooses to cancel the trip, the ticket will be refunded with no additional charge.

The policy is effective immediately.
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