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Top 10 Global Airlines For Ancillary Revenues

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Top 10 Global Airlines For Ancillary Revenues

The airline industry experienced a double-digit increase in ancillary revenue last year, according to the preliminary results of the Amadeus Guide to Ancillary Revenue by IdeaWorks. The financial reports of nearly 100 carriers were taken into consideration for the report and the growth – estimated at 43% compared to 2008 figures – highlighting the importance of ancillary revenue for all airlines - from major to small - worldwide to regional – LCC to full service. Ancillary services can include baggage fees and food sold onboard aircraft, commissions from the sale of hotel accommodations, car rentals, and travel insurance at airline websites, and partner revenue generated by frequent flier programmes. LogisticsMiddleEast.com looks at the Top 10 Airlines for Ancillary Revenue, with entries for United, American, Delta, Qantas, and Ryanair.

10. TAM AIRLINES
Based at Sao Paolo-Guarulhos International Airport, TAM Airlines is listed on the New York and Sao Paulo Stock Exchanges, and is the national airline and largest carrier in Brazil. TAM has an estimated 50% of the domestic market share and 75% of the international market share. Using a fleet of narrow and wide-body Airbus and Boeing aircraft, TAM operates an extensive network of domestic and regional services within South America and international services to North America and Europe. TAM joined the Star Alliance in May-2010.

Total ancillary revenue (Euro): 356,742,400

{Survey: IdeaWorks, Profile: Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation}


Top 10 Global Airlines For Ancillary Revenues

 The airline industry experienced a double-digit increase in ancillary revenue last year, according to the preliminary results of the Amadeus Guide to Ancillary Revenue by IdeaWorks. The financial reports of nearly 100 carriers were taken into consideration for the report and the growth – estimated at 43% compared to 2008 figures – highlighting the importance of ancillary revenue for all airlines - from major to small - worldwide to regional – LCC to full service. Ancillary services can include baggage fees and food sold onboard aircraft, commissions from the sale of hotel accommodations, car rentals, and travel insurance at airline websites, and partner revenue generated by frequent flier programmes. LogisticsMiddleEast.com looks at the Top 10 Airlines for Ancillary Revenue, with entries for United, American, Delta, Qantas, and Ryanair.

9. Alaska Airlines
Alaska Airlines is an American airline, with bases at Seattle, Anchorage, Portland and Los Angeles International airports. Alaska Airlines started as a small regional airline, and today serves over 60 cities across the United States, Canada and Mexico. The airline's operations are based largely on the West Coast of America, with transcontinental and international service operating from its West Coast hubs.

Total ancillary revenue (Euro): 368,869,000

{Survey: IdeaWorks, Profile: Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation}


Top 10 Global Airlines For Ancillary Revenues

The airline industry experienced a double-digit increase in ancillary revenue last year, according to the preliminary results of the Amadeus Guide to Ancillary Revenue by IdeaWorks. The financial reports of nearly 100 carriers were taken into consideration for the report and the growth – estimated at 43% compared to 2008 figures – highlighting the importance of ancillary revenue for all airlines - from major to small - worldwide to regional – LCC to full service. Ancillary services can include baggage fees and food sold onboard aircraft, commissions from the sale of hotel accommodations, car rentals, and travel insurance at airline websites, and partner revenue generated by frequent flier programmes. LogisticsMiddleEast.com looks at the Top 10 Airlines for Ancillary Revenue, with entries for United, American, Delta, Qantas, and Ryanair.

8. Air Canada
Air Canada is the national airline of Canada and with hubs at Toronto Pearson, Montreal-Trudeau and Vancouver International airports, it is the largest airline in the country. Operating a fleet of narrow and wide-bodied Boeing, Airbus and Embraer aircraft, Air Canada’s network includes service to 170 destinations in Canada, North America, South America, Central America, Europe, Asia and Australia. Air Canada is a founding member of the Star Alliance.

Total ancillary revenue (Euro): 534,143,000

{Survey: IdeaWorks, Profile: Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation}


Top 10 Global Airlines For Ancillary Revenues

The airline industry experienced a double-digit increase in ancillary revenue last year, according to the preliminary results of the Amadeus Guide to Ancillary Revenue by IdeaWorks. The financial reports of nearly 100 carriers were taken into consideration for the report and the growth – estimated at 43% compared to 2008 figures – highlighting the importance of ancillary revenue for all airlines - from major to small - worldwide to regional – LCC to full service. Ancillary services can include baggage fees and food sold onboard aircraft, commissions from the sale of hotel accommodations, car rentals, and travel insurance at airline websites, and partner revenue generated by frequent flier programmes. LogisticsMiddleEast.com looks at the Top 10 Airlines for Ancillary Revenue, with entries for United, American, Delta, Qantas, and Ryanair.

7. US Airways
With hubs at Charlotte-Douglas International, Philadelphia and Phoenix Sky Harbour International airports, US Airways merged with America West Airlines in 2004 and is a publically-listed airline and one of America's major network airlines. Using a fleet of narrow and wide-body Airbus, Boeing and Embraer aircraft, US Airways operates a network of domestic and regional services within North America and international services to South America and Europe. US Airways is a member of Star Alliance.

Total ancillary revenue (Euro): 540,589,693

{Survey: IdeaWorks, Profile: Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation}


Top 10 Global Airlines For Ancillary Revenues

The airline industry experienced a double-digit increase in ancillary revenue last year, according to the preliminary results of the Amadeus Guide to Ancillary Revenue by IdeaWorks. The financial reports of nearly 100 carriers were taken into consideration for the report and the growth – estimated at 43% compared to 2008 figures – highlighting the importance of ancillary revenue for all airlines - from major to small - worldwide to regional – LCC to full service. Ancillary services can include baggage fees and food sold onboard aircraft, commissions from the sale of hotel accommodations, car rentals, and travel insurance at airline websites, and partner revenue generated by frequent flier programmes. LogisticsMiddleEast.com looks at the Top 10 Airlines for Ancillary Revenue, with entries for United, American, Delta, Qantas, and Ryanair.

6. EasyJet
Based at London Luton International Airport, with its busiest base at London Gatwick Airport, easyJet was founded by Sir Stelios Haj-Ioannou and is listed on the London Stock Exchange. Using a fleet of Airbus and Boeing narrow-body aircraft, easyJet operates an extensive network throughout Europe as well as to northern Africa and Israel supported by over 15 hubs spread throughout Europe.

Total ancillary revenue (Euro): 608,796,693

{Survey: IdeaWorks, Profile: Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation}


Top 10 Global Airlines For Ancillary Revenues

The airline industry experienced a double-digit increase in ancillary revenue last year, according to the preliminary results of the Amadeus Guide to Ancillary Revenue by IdeaWorks. The financial reports of nearly 100 carriers were taken into consideration for the report and the growth – estimated at 43% compared to 2008 figures – highlighting the importance of ancillary revenue for all airlines - from major to small - worldwide to regional – LCC to full service. Ancillary services can include baggage fees and food sold onboard aircraft, commissions from the sale of hotel accommodations, car rentals, and travel insurance at airline websites, and partner revenue generated by frequent flier programmes. LogisticsMiddleEast.com looks at the Top 10 Airlines for Ancillary Revenue, with entries for United, American, Delta, Qantas, and Ryanair.

5. Ryanair
Ryanair is Europe's largest low-cost carrier, with its largest base at London Stansted Airport, and second-largest base at Dublin Airport. Ryanair is the world's largest airline measured by international passengers carried, but is looking to slow its pace of expansion after 2012. Ryanair currently operates a network covering 43 bases and 1,100+ routes (with 1,300+ daily departures) across 26 countries, connecting 155 destinations. Ryanair operates a fleet of 250 B737-800 aircraft , with firm orders for a further 72 new aircraft, which will be delivered over the next two years. Ryanair employs more than 8,000 people and expects traffic to grow to 73.5 million passengers in fiscal year 2011.

Total ancillary revenue (Euro): 663,600,000

{Survey: IdeaWorks, Profile: Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation}


Top 10 Global Airlines For Ancillary Revenues

The airline industry experienced a double-digit increase in ancillary revenue last year, according to the preliminary results of the Amadeus Guide to Ancillary Revenue by IdeaWorks. The financial reports of nearly 100 carriers were taken into consideration for the report and the growth – estimated at 43% compared to 2008 figures – highlighting the importance of ancillary revenue for all airlines - from major to small - worldwide to regional – LCC to full service. Ancillary services can include baggage fees and food sold onboard aircraft, commissions from the sale of hotel accommodations, car rentals, and travel insurance at airline websites, and partner revenue generated by frequent flier programmes. LogisticsMiddleEast.com looks at the Top 10 Airlines for Ancillary Revenue, with entries for United, American, Delta, Qantas, and Ryanair.

4. Qantas
Qantas Airways is operated as part of the publicly listed Qantas Group. It is the national airline of Australia with major hubs in Sydney and Melbourne and secondary hubs in Perth, Brisbane and Singapore. Using a large fleet of narrow and wide-body Airbus, Boeing and Bombardier aircraft, Qantas operates an extensive domestic and regional network within Australia as well as international services to New Zealand, North America, Asia, South Africa and Europe. Qantas is a founding member of the oneworld alliance.

Total ancillary revenue (Euro): 782,903,000

{Survey: IdeaWorks, Profile: Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation}


Top 10 Global Airlines For Ancillary Revenues

The airline industry experienced a double-digit increase in ancillary revenue last year, according to the preliminary results of the Amadeus Guide to Ancillary Revenue by IdeaWorks. The financial reports of nearly 100 carriers were taken into consideration for the report and the growth – estimated at 43% compared to 2008 figures – highlighting the importance of ancillary revenue for all airlines - from major to small - worldwide to regional – LCC to full service. Ancillary services can include baggage fees and food sold onboard aircraft, commissions from the sale of hotel accommodations, car rentals, and travel insurance at airline websites, and partner revenue generated by frequent flier programmes. LogisticsMiddleEast.com looks at the Top 10 Airlines for Ancillary Revenue, with entries for United, American, Delta, Qantas, and Ryanair.

3. Delta
Based in Atlanta, Delta Air Lines merged with Northwest Airlines in Oct-2008 to form one the largest airlines in the world. Operating an extensive fleet of Boeing aircraft, Delta’s network includes extensive domestic services within the United States as well as international services to Central and South America, the Middle East, Asia, Australia, Africa and Europe. The airline's main hub is Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, the world's business airport - largely due to Delta's dominant presence at the facility. Delta also has hubs in New York, Detroit, Minneapolis, Memphis and Salt Lake City in the USA and international hubs at Amsterdam, Tokyo and Paris. Delta is a founding member of SkyTeam.

Total ancillary revenue (Euro): 1,117,120,500

{Survey: IdeaWorks, Profile: Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation}


Top 10 Global Airlines For Ancillary Revenues

The airline industry experienced a double-digit increase in ancillary revenue last year, according to the preliminary results of the Amadeus Guide to Ancillary Revenue by IdeaWorks. The financial reports of nearly 100 carriers were taken into consideration for the report and the growth – estimated at 43% compared to 2008 figures – highlighting the importance of ancillary revenue for all airlines - from major to small - worldwide to regional – LCC to full service. Ancillary services can include baggage fees and food sold onboard aircraft, commissions from the sale of hotel accommodations, car rentals, and travel insurance at airline websites, and partner revenue generated by frequent flier programmes. LogisticsMiddleEast.com looks at the Top 10 Airlines for Ancillary Revenue, with entries for United, American, Delta, Qantas, and Ryanair.

2. American
A subsidiary of AMR Corporation, American Airlines (AA) is based at Dallas Fort Worth with hubs in Chicago, Miami, New York and secondary hubs in Los Angeles, St Louis, San Juan and Boston. Merging with TWA Airlines in 2001, AA uses an large fleet of Boeing aircraft. AA’s extensive network includes domestic and regional services within North America and international services to Europe, Asia, Central America and South America. AA is a founding member of the oneworld alliance.

Total ancillary revenue (Euro): 1,507,750,000

{Survey: IdeaWorks, Profile: Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation}


Top 10 Global Airlines For Ancillary Revenues

The airline industry experienced a double-digit increase in ancillary revenue last year, according to the preliminary results of the Amadeus Guide to Ancillary Revenue by IdeaWorks. The financial reports of nearly 100 carriers were taken into consideration for the report and the growth – estimated at 43% compared to 2008 figures – highlighting the importance of ancillary revenue for all airlines - from major to small - worldwide to regional – LCC to full service. Ancillary services can include baggage fees and food sold onboard aircraft, commissions from the sale of hotel accommodations, car rentals, and travel insurance at airline websites, and partner revenue generated by frequent flier programmes. LogisticsMiddleEast.com looks at the Top 10 Airlines for Ancillary Revenue, with entries for United, American, Delta, Qantas, and Ryanair.

1. United
Based at Chicago O’Hare, with secondary hubs in Denver, LAX, San Francisco and Washington Dulles, United Airlines is one of the world’s largest airlines. Using a large fleet of narrow and wide-body Airbus and Boeing aircraft, United Airlines operates an extensive domestic and regional network of services within North America as well as international services to Central America, South America, Asia, Australia, New Zealand, Europe and Africa. United Airlines is a founding member of the Star Alliance and announced a merger with Continental Airlines in May-2010.

Total ancillary revenue (Euro): 1,527,310,000

{Survey: IdeaWorks, Profile: Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation}

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