Choose your aircraft from the Fleet Menu… then go to flights for a specific Aircraft and there choose details and you can see if your flights are Profitable or not … ok its not a graph but you can see for each flight if that flight is Profitable or not.

I think to simplify it I think we should just add a ‘Estimated Profit per Week’ column in the fleet management table. The formula to figure it out could be: First Day ( of the week ) profit * 7 + Last week actual profit, find the average ( divide by 2 )

Say first Day of Week Profit is $100, so multiply by 7 = $700, but last weeks actual profit was $750 so you add $700 + $750 = $1450, then divide by 2, $1450 / 2 = $725.So Estimated profit is $725

I think to simplify it I think we should only add a ‘Estimated Profit per Week’ column in the fleet management table. The formula to figure it out could be: First Day ( of the week ) profit * 7 + Last week actual profit, find the average ( divide by 2 )

Say first Day of Week Profit is $100, so multiply by 7 = $700, but last weeks actual profit was $750 so you add $700 + $750 = $1450, then divide by 2, $1450 / 2 = $725. So Estimated profit is $725

I consider this an unnecessary load on the server calculations. There are thousands of airplane on each server and each has dozens of routes. And it would serve no practical purpose.

You can see how much an aircraft is making by just looking all the flights it makes in a day and multiply it by 7: this is how much you are earning with this aircraft.

And you can make an average calculation. This would show how much you should be earning on each aircraft: the formula: (your weekly profit/loss)/number of aircrafts

Of course, this account is more accurate if you have a single type of aircraft on your fleet. If you have different types of aircrafts, then you should see the profit per seat, instead.

This you can see on the “Facts and Figures” page of your company… There’s a row “revenue per passenger”.

Obviously it can be done manually, but if you have a dash8 flying 10 or more flights per day do you really want to go to every flight for a whole day, tabbing through each flight details and noting the income then onto the next and calculating it? Now if you have 50 aircraft that could take hours! This is really just a quick overview. However I might be much more interested if on the load monitoring page it pulled up the profit/loss for the flights in the selected route/fleet etc… aswell as the loads.