1969-02-01

Total Airline Profit Model Program 690413

The total airline profit model program was developed to permit simulation and evaluation of total air cargo systems including the airplane; ground support equipment; cargo handling equipment, facilities and documentation; maintenance equipment and facilities; and personnel.
To aid in the identification of major system elements and in order to determine the relative bearing of these elements on profit and return on investment two air cargo system models were developed.
The Incremental Profit Model provides a measure of the incremental effect on airline profit of specific changes with respect to a baseline system. In comparison, the Airline Profit Model provides definition of the total system, identification of associated cost elements, and the capability to optimize the system for best economic operation.

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