Q1: What are the long term goals of your organization? Ans: The long term goal of an airline is to be a number 1 service provider in all over the globe by making competitive strategies as well as focusing on latent areas and by improving the quality of standards. From Qatar Airways' center point in Doha, the nation's capital, the aerial shuttle has added to a worldwide system of more than 40 destinations, covering Europe, Middle East, Africa, South Asia, Asia Pacific, North America and South America with an advanced armada of more than 130 traveler and payload flying machine. In March 2009, Qatar Airways propelled the longest flight in its worldwide network–scheduled day by day administrations from Doha to Houston denoting its third US destination–
Introduction Financial analysis has been completed on two aviation industry giants, Boeing and Airbus. Boeing is an American based company, Airbus is located throughout the European Union. Boeing has traditionally been the biggest player in aircraft manufacturing, recently, Airbus has been catching some of that ground. I predict that Boeing will be the financially healthier organization, and the one that I would choose in the end to be employed by. Ratios Gross Profit Margin: Airbus 's gross profit margin for 2015 is .137.
Pier A-Plus operated on 10th October 2012 for wide-body aircraft like the Airbus A380. Terminal 2 divided into two concourses D & E with a capacity of 15 million passengers per year. . It has 42 gates, 8 gates with jetways and 34 apron stands and it can handle wide- body aircraft such as Korean Air's Airbus A-380s. Terminal 2 is used by airlines of the oneworld and SkyTeam Alliances.
“This is a can Congress kicked down the road” writes Murphy of The New York Times, referring to the 18,000 pilots slated to retire by 2022 (Murphy, 2016). These pilot shortages will in turn push the larger carriers to recruit more aggressively from their regional partners. This pilot pipeline from regional jets (defined by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) as those operations using aircraft with less than 90 seats, and whose routes serve mainly as feeders to the mainline carriers) into the major carriers (aircraft over 90 seats) is a critical factor in satisfying the demand for pilots industry wide (FAA, 2016). Pilot salaries and compensation packages continue to be a significant factor in the supply and demand of pilots. Normally in the marketplace, the price of a commodity, in this case the salaries pilots can expect to earn, would adjust upwards in response to a reduction in the quantity of pilots available when the demand curve remains relatively stable.
Airport Operations Management- AVIA 308 Semester: Fall Name of assignment: Dubai international airport Student name: Haitham Mohamed Al Abri Student id: 2012-2973 Instructor name: Mr. Ajai Dubai international airport is one of the biggest airports in the world. It serve the city which known (Dubai). The airport is a hub for major airline (Emirates airline and fly Dubai) , the airport is operated by Dubai airports company. The owner of the airport is the Government of Dubai. The emirates hub is the largest airline hub in the Middle East.
Initially was focusing on military engines, but in these days they are focusing more on producing engines for Commercial airplanes; because in the 21st century they made a huge contract with Boeing and Airbus to become one of their main engine suppliers alongside with their competitors GE (General Electric) and P&W (Pratt & Whitney). They even made a bigger contract with Qatar airways and Emirates, these commercial airlines own an exclusive airplane for Either Airbus or Boeing and Rolls-Royce are the only company that supplies their aircrafts with engines. The company expanded more and more and became partners with several companies that involves in nuclear energy, power systems, they even made contracts with the Ministry of
Rolls Royce’s new engine designs offered exactly that and proved to be an ‘order qualifier’. The design was an advantage for all airline companies as they could consider entering exclusive deals with Rolls- Royce for their various airline models and could possibly benefit from generous discounts as a result of bulk orders. And this in turn would lead to repeated business for Rolls-Royce giving them a competitive advantage of being the preferred engine manufacturer. (Rolls-Royce: Britain 's lonely high-flier, Jan 8th 2009) Rolls-Royce’s innovative idea of ‘Power by the hour’ is a true example of an order winner. Most airline companies try and avoid responsibilities associated with projecting costs for maintenance and equipment break down.
The main aim of IAG is to play a dominant role in the aviation on a regional and global scale. (I Air Group 2014) They plan on doing this by: • Generating 650 million in synergies to add to the initial synergies they generated when British Airways merged with Iberia. • Getting Iberia back to its position in the market before the economic downturn. This will help provide confidence and hopefully increase the investment by shareholders. • Keeping Vueling on a good road which will hopefully add to its success and help it grow and continue to become more profitable.
Recruitment As Cathay Pacific pursuits for high quality services to customers, it has to pay high attention in selecting suitable candidates to be their staff. As Cathay Pacific is a service provider that it concerns on teamwork, the staff’s ability on interpersonal skills should be one of the essential factor when undergoing selections in order to meet its culture and values. For instance, when picking flight crews, Cathay Pacific ought to look for people who are proactive, resilient and willing to take challenges that are capable to deal with different situations on the plane. 2. Compensation and Benefits As Cathay Pacific is facing vigorous competitions from not only low-cost airlines but also the other international airlines, the quality of service should be well-maintained.
Airline industry is the one of the most competitive and growing industry in the world which is directly impact to the economic growth, world trades and tourism of any country. With the assistance of the technology, the airline industry is growing significantly. “Emirates” is the one of the pioneer in the airline industry. It is the third largest airline globally by capacity. In 1985, the UAE government has invested $10 million to launch its own airline called “Emirates” with mission of “ exist to deliver the best in flight service” and flew its first routes out of Dubai with just two aircraft a leased Boeing 737 and an Airbus 300B4.