This gave the member countries (UAE) access to large amounts of capital that they were able to invest into diversifying their economies, one industry being aviation. As a result, the rapid growth and stability of Emirates Airlines allowed Abu Dhabi to withdraw from Gulf Air and establish its own airline - Etihad Airways, leaving Bahrain as the sole owner of Gulf Air. CONCLUSION Since its inception in 2003, Etihad airways has come a long way in such a short period of time. Against its competitors, the various awards it has coveted especially in becoming a Skytrax 5 – star airline reflecting the kind of nation the UAE is. Their strive for excellence combined with their incorporation of their cultural values have made a statement to the airline industry and the world.
For example, in 1994 Qatar launched its national airline, Qatar Airways, which has grown today to be one of the best airlines in the world. It also launched its first channel, Al Jazeera in 1996, which today is a major player in the global media and especially Middle East. All these developments have led to large influx of foreign labor, which has brought in knowledge and experience. They continue to transfer this knowledge and experience to the local Qatari population, thus helping Qatar to achieve its ambitions of delivering in-country value. The developments in other sectors also mean that Qataris have opporunities to work in other sectors and develop their knowledge and experience.
In terms of market capitalisation, the company has been ranked as the third largest airline globally. It has also been accorded the tittle of the largest cargo carrier airline in the world by the international air transport association. As a result of this, the home hub of the airline has also become the world’s busiest airport in terms of cargo traffic (Denslow 2011). This has provided the company with an opportunity to seize the market for cargo due to increased exports form China to many of the destinations which the company covers. As a result of the operations effectiveness of the company, the airline has been awarded the Airline of the Year awards a record four times, which is more than any other airline around the
Vision- The vision of British airways is to fulfill the industry-united position on climate change by reducing the climate change emission in aviation with a cap on net emissions by 2020 and 50% cut by 2050 is given in appendix I. 1.1 Objectives of British Airways: British airline focuses on a variety of objectives both for short-term and long-term survival in the competitive global market. (a) Short term objectives: With an objective of becoming the world's largest leader in global premium airline, British Airways continues to focus on customer service at every level
AVIATION Qatar is eagerly awaiting the opening of the ultra-modern Hamada International Airport, which will be home to the country’s rapidly expanding national carrier Qatar Airways shortly. In its first year, the multibillion dollar HIA is expected to serve about 28mn passengers; gradually rising to more than 50mn, once Qatar Airways becomes fully operational from the airport. The passenger terminal spans 600,000sq m and has been designed to pare movement times down to a minimum. Additionally, passenger movement is automatically managed by the design of the terminal to ensure “seamless flow”. At the HIA, there will be 41 contact gates for full operational opening and some 22 remote stands.
Qatar Airways Qatar Airways are its aggressive growth plan backed by the state that includes the construction and development of the new Doha international airport, which will include the world's largest aircrafts' hangers to be used for maintenance of Qatar Airways. Singapore Airlines Success factors of Singapore Airlines are: young and efficient fleets, educated staff, top ranked travel gateway and its low cost airlines known as "Tiger Airways", plus it's a membership of star alliance airline networks American Airlines Success factors of American Airlines are: largest airline in the world in terms of the total passengers transported, highest number of aircrafts, first to launch the loyalty program "frequent flyers". PEST Analysis Political factors The airline industry is affected by political situations, namely wars and terrorism. For instance, terrorists' activities in different areas globally, namely USA (11th Sep), UK, Lebanon and Qatar made the regions unattractive for tourists and business travelers and reduce the passenger's
Hong Kong Dragon Air is Hong Kong-based international airline, belonging to of the Cathay Pacific Group. The airline was established in 1985, and operates a fleet of narrow-body A320s and A321s, which were both powered by V2500 engines manufactured by International Aero Engines AG (“IAE”) for both passenger and cargo service to destinations to destinations across the Asia-Pacific region, and China. Their vision is to be the World’s best regional airline serving China and beyond. Their missions; places emphasis on safety and operational excellence with customer focus. The airline seeks to embrace innovation by implementing ideas that improve their business.
Qantas Airways (integration between Jetstar and Qantas), is the flag carrier of Australia, which well-known as the famous low cost airline with the strongest band and one of three oldest airlines in the world. Its nickname is “the flying kangaroo”. From the beginning that the company uses the biplane that can serve only one or two passengers, but now the airline can support the demand of the passenger by using bigger plane such as AIRBUS A380 that can carry the passenger around 450 per flight. The successful of Qantas airline are not only the machine but it comes from the manpower that attempt to institute the Queensland and Northern Territory Aerial Services Ltd (QANTAS) from the past the airline flight with the big problem is war by have
In 1960’s, Airbus started a complex joint venture backed by another airline manufactures in Europe along with their government. In October of 1972, Airbus created the A300 and after a while, business started to pick up and expanded into a bigger role. Airbus seeks to create a smaller and more fuel-efficient aircraft versus the “jumbo” planes at
This is because Qatar Airways employee mindset Mr. Akbar as one of the factors that shapes the company lead until today what the company had grand for-The best airline of the year 2012. Building commitment of the vision of the company where employees had involve in the shapping the shared vision. Commitment is seen as Qatar Airways continuously expand their destination and provide the best services as they guarantee for the passengers. This is proven by the interview “we are very proud that the jury has gold-certified two of our premium kits. Commiment of Qatar Airways is the strong, they could provide best services and also make their individual journeys as pleasant as possible.” (Airways, Five-star airline awarded for excellence in Male First class Amenity Kit and Business Class Middle East Amenity kit,