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Group 8 Dickson CHAN / Michelle CHONG / Jonathan WONG / Karen WONG. B OARD P RESENTATION 2006. Presentation Outline. Introduction Aircrew Resource Airport Resource Contingency Plan Maintenance Summary + Questions. Introduction. What we are?. Fleet of 6 x Boeing 767-200ERs

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Board presentation 2006

Group 8Dickson CHAN / Michelle CHONG / Jonathan WONG/ Karen WONG

BOARD PRESENTATION 2006


Presentation outline

Presentation Outline

  • Introduction

  • Aircrew Resource

  • Airport Resource

  • Contingency Plan

  • Maintenance

  • Summary + Questions


Introduction

Introduction

What we are?

  • Fleet of 6 x Boeing 767-200ERs

  • All business class cabin

  • 100 passengers

  • 7 Flight Attendants

Where we fly?

SYD, MEL, HKG & STN

London (STN)

Hong Kong (HKG)

Frequencies

HKG/SYD: 7 per week

HKG/MEL: 7 per week

HKG/STN: 12 per week

Sydney (SYD)

Melbourne (MEL)


Aircrew resource

Aircrew Resource

  • Crew Base

Options include: Sydney / Melbourne / Hong Kong / London

London (STN)

Hong Kong (HKG)

Sydney (SYD)

Melbourne (MEL)

* Basing at HKG will reduce outport hotel room numbers by 46%


Aircrew resource1

Aircrew Resource

  • Work Rules


Aircrew resource2

Aircrew Resource

  • Flight Patterns


Aircrew resource3

Aircrew Resource

  • Key Performance Indicators

  • Cabin crew premium is 10.2%point lower than Australian Airlines


Airport staff resource

Airport Staff Resource

  • Basic Work Rules

  • Maximum 160 hrs per roster

  • Minimum 48 hrs per roster

  • 8 days off per roster

  • Annual Leave is 5 weeks per year

  • Sick Leave is 6 days per year


Airport staff resource1

Airport Staff Resource

  • Passenger Arrival Patterns

  • Expected seat factor = 70%

  • B767-200 – 100 seats

  • Distribution(%) x no. of pax

    = Passenger Arrivals


Airport staff resource2

Airport Staff Resource

  • Passenger Arrival Patterns (2)

Staff Required

  • Service Standard: 2min

  • 7 pax served every 15min

  • Check-in 3 pax = 3/7 = 1 staff

  • Check-in 9 pax = 9/7 = 2 staff

  • Check-in 17pax = 17/7= 3 staff


Airport staff resource3

Airport Staff Resource

  • Example: HKG Arrival Pattern


Airport staff resource4

Airport Staff Resource

  • Shifts

  • 8-hours shifts & 4-hours shifts

  • 3 staff x 8 hours x 7 days

    = 168 man hours

  • [2 staff x 8 hours x 7 days] + [1 staff x 4 hours x 7 days]

    = 140 man hours.

  • Only rostered in staff that are needed

  • Keep staff busy

  • Lowest costs solutions


Airport staff resource5

Airport Staff Resource

  • Example: SYD & HKG Roster

SYD

HKG


Contingency plan

Contingency Plan

  • Major Goals of Contingency Planning

  • To restore the originally scheduled service as soon as possible

  • To mitigate the impact of disruptions on passengers and provide them with the best alternative

  • To retain the minimum amount of resource and compensation


Contingency plan1

Contingency Plan

  • Event Status Level


Contingency plan2

Contingency Plan

  • Case Study

  • Hong Kong to Stansted

  • YK001 departs at 00:30

  • Due to technical problems,

    the aircraft has to fly back

    to HKG for maintenance


Contingency plan3

Contingency Plan

  • Case Study – Possible Scenario

  • Scenario I: Take-off again after 5 hours delay

  • Scenario II: Cancellation of YK001


Contingency plan4

Contingency Plan

  • Case Study – Ground Staff Arrangement

  • No standby will be used in this case studyas it is not efficient to handle the passengers


Contingency plan5

Contingency Plan

  • Case Study – Flight & Cabin Crew arrangement

  • Swapping over is one of the features to provide flexibility


Contingency plan6

Contingency Plan

  • Case Study – reallocation of passengers

  • Solution 1:

    Allocation passengers in Plaza Premium Lounge in Hong Kong International Airport

  • Solution 2:

    Book passengers in the next available flights and provide accommodation in nearby hotel


Maintenance

Maintenance

  • Introduction

  • 6 x Boeing 767-200ERs with GE CF6-80C2 engines

  • Additional ETOPS requirements

  • Maintenance: not part of the core business

  • Balance between maintenance service quality and costs

  • Monthly review of reliability and performance


Maintenance1

Maintenance

  • Line Maintenance (SYD, MEL, HKG & STN)

Line Maintenance Provider

Port

Aircraft Ground Time

SYDNEY

7hr 30min

MELBOUNRE

8hr 30min

1hr 50min – 2hr 30min

4 x 24hr maintenance blocks

HONG KONG

STANSTED

17hr 30min (YK001>YK012)

18 hr (YK011>YK002)


Maintenance2

Maintenance

  • Heavy Maintenance

  • Outsourced to TAECO (Xiamen, China)

  • Aircraft has to be ferried from Hong Kong

  • 767-200ER offline for 4-5 weeks

  • Schedule-changes or dry-lease a 767-200ER

  • D-checks will be scheduled during low-season


Maintenance3

Maintenance

  • Engine Overhaul & Maintenance

Workshop location

Maintenance, Repair & Overhaul for

General Electric CF6-80C2 engine

Sydney & Melbourne (Australia)

Amsterdam (The Netherlands)

Hannover (Germany)

Frankfurt (Germany)


Summary

Summary

  • Business model proven in the Trans-Atlantic market

  • Applying this model on our market, avoiding Ozjet’s mistakes

  • Profit of $21.1 million AUD (NS06, before interest and tax)

  • Operating Ratio: 113.4%, Gross Profit Margin at 11.8%

  • Breakeven SF (66.9%); PAX SF (75.9%)

  • Aircraft Utilisation: 14.7 hrs per day

  • Fleet Planning: Acquiring additional BBJ2s for new routes

    2 x 767-200ERs for London to Hong Kong


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