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18-May-2018 6:30 AM

FFP Investment and Advisory: FFPs likely to see more attention from stakeholders and investors

FFP Investment and Advisory managing partner on point loyalty Evert de Boer, speaking at the CAPA Airline Leader Summit, stated (17-May-2018) frequent flyer programmes (FFPs) are a "material component" of airline earnings and there is likely to be more attention from analysts, investors and shareholders. He said loyalty schemes on average see a 61.1% return on invested capital (ROIC), while leading airlines only see an 11.5% ROIC.

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