These flights take place from the Dubai International Airport and travel to more than 142 cities spread across 78 countries across the globe (Tenney, 1977). Emirates Airlines is ranked among the ten best carriers in the whole world based on the number of passenger kilometers .The company has also grown to become the biggest airlines in the region in terms of , passengers, fleet size
Company’s sole shareholder is the Government itself of Abu Dhabi, was been extracted from its combined venture in “Gulf Air in the year 2005” and preserved its spotlight on Etihad Airways. The focus of the analysis will be on assessing the company’s macro environment by means of a PESTLE analysis, determining marketing strategies and objectives as well as undertaking the SWOT, SWAN and competitor analysis. In addition this report will also focus on the differentiation and positioning, the target market and its social responsibility. The Service which will be critically analyzed will be the Diamond First Class , its positioning , its competitors and its market share in the UAE Aviation industry. In the following part, Etihad Airways is being analyzed in terms of political, Economic, social, technological and legal factors.
How has tourism helped the economy of Dubai? Based on B Rajesh Kumar said tourism in Dubai has become a popular global leisure activity. In year 2010, there were over 940 million international tourist arrivals, with a growth of 6.6% as compared to 2009, international tourism receipts grew to US $19 billion in 2010, and corresponding to an increase in real terms of 4.7% Dubai has emerged as an important tourist destination in the global tourism map. Furthermore, the region has become an epicenter of attraction for business people, tourist and shoppers. Tourism can helped the economy of Dubai among as Dubai is real estate is one major of the industries in Dubai.
Over the past 40 years, UAE has seen economic growth with intensive industrialization and massive growth. Limited workforce, however, forced the nation to rely on foreign workers. They needed extra labor input to facilitate their intensive economic
Growing Demand 2. New Products and Services (Growing demand in Asia pacific, South America, and Europe. Strong backlog and order growth, rising demand for defense products. Sharing the growth of neighboring countries) 3. Global Markets (Has good opportunity in those urban areas which are still untouched by other company) • Threats of Al Ghurair Company: (The company has plans to expand its business globally, which could expose its business to global uncertainties.
Total Quality Management “Implementation in Pakistan International Airline with comparison of Emirates Airline & Saudi Arabian Airline” INTRODUCTION Airline industry is the most important element in leisure/tourism as well as conduct international business, which plays significant role for the growth of global economy. Airline industry is worldwide biggest industry; in 2006 the revenue from airline industry has been generated more than $12.9 billion (IATA, 2007a). Globally estimated direct contribution for national GDP was $140-145 billion (IATA, 2007b).There is lots of attraction in the airline industry. The airline industry will progress more and more in future because of continuous increasing of tourists, convenience of travelling, increase
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.
This is a fraction of what it can actually achieve. In view of the enormous growth prospects of air traffic and substantial investment projections, Indian aviation market offers significant long term opportunities for global aviation players. Indian Government and industry are already working together closely. This partnership will be further strengthened and play a critical role in improving regional connectivity and promoting sustainable development of the civil aviation sector in the
Demand for international tourism followed the positive trend of previous years, with many destinations reporting sound results, while a few faced security incidents. Some redirection of tourism flows was observed, though most destinations shared in the overall growth due to stronger travel demand, increased connectivity and more affordable air transport. By Table 1, UNWTO (2017) region, Asia and the Pacific led growth in 2016 with a 9% increase in international arrivals, followed by Africa (+8%) and the Americas (+3%). The world’s most visited region, Europe (+2%) showed mixed results, while available data for the Middle East (-4%) points to a decline in