A SWOT Analysis of Boeing What is a SWOT Analysis? SWOT means Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats. SWOT analysis mainly aims to identify the key internal and external factors that are vital for achieving a company’s objectives. SWOT analysis groups important pieces of information into two main categories: 1. internal factors – the strengths and weaknesses internal to the organization are factors that are within an organization’s control 2. external factors – the opportunities and threats presented by the environment external to the organization are the factors that are beyond the control of the
The company gives service to 50 airports in the United States. Its well-known aircrafts are Boeing 757-200F and Airbus A300-600RF. UPS Airlines was by United Parcel Service Inc. in 1988 at Louisville, Kentucky. The company has many ports and hubs for its services in the United States. For example, Louisville International Airport, Philadelphia International Airport, LA/Ontario International Airport, Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, Chicago Rockford International Airport, Columbia Metropolitan Airport and Miami International Airport.
1. INTRODUCTION MALAYSIA AIRLINES BACKGROUND: Malaysian Airlines Berhad (Known as MAB) was founded in 1947 and known as Malayan Airways. Their main hubs are Kuala Lumpur International Airport meanwhile their secondary hubs are Bayan Lepas International Airport. MAS have got 111 Destinations over around the world. Their parent companies are Malaysia Airline System Berhad and the headquarters are at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
• Maintenance Steering Group 3 – It was based on developing a maintenance programs based on tested and proven airline practices. It has a task oriented approach to maintenance. It analyses the system failure modes from a system level or top down. The maintenance tasks are performed to achieve safety, operational and economic reasons. It includes both preventive maintenance and failure fining tasks.
Chapter 1 Introduction 1.0 Overview This chapter provides an overview of the whole study. The background of this research is about the Melaka International Airport. The research problem is identified and the research questions and research objectives are designed based on it. In the signification of the study has briefly explained how this research will contribute to the Melaka International Airport and the scope of study are given in this chapter. In between, the definition of the key terms and the organization of research are also identified.
American Roy C Farrell and Australian Sydney H de Kantzow founded Cathay Pacific Airways on 24 September, 1946. It was based in Shanghai, the two men eventually moved to Hong Kong and established the airline. The new company began to operate passenger flights to Manila, Bangkok, Singapore and Shanghai. Expansion was rapidly growing later. In 1948, one of Hong Kong 's leading trading companies, Butterfield & Swire (today known as the Swire Group) took a 45% share in the company.
(Singapore Air, n.d.) It later split in 1972 into two separate airlines – Singapore Airlines and Malaysian Airline System, following Singapore’s independence and the two countries’ conflict of outlook and priorities. (Roll, 2014) The airline, initially only serving Singapore and various destinations in Malaysia, gradually expanded its services not only to neighbouring countries like Indonesia and Vietnam, but also to European countries, with London being their very first transcontinental destination. Long-haul flights like these were made possible thanks to innovative improvements and better and larger capacity aircrafts. (Singapore Air, n.d) Figure 1: Singapore
Domestic air transport has a significant place in the transportation of goods and passenger to and from the hinterland and remote areas. Currently, there are altogether 54 airports in Nepal, of which only 35 are in operation. Altogether 19 airfields including one international airport have bituminous paved runways. A second international airport has been planned to be constructed in Nijgadh. There are 37 STOL (short take-off and landing) airports that handle small aircrafts.
Singapore Airlines has been formed in 1947 and started its activity with the carrier name of "Malayan Airways» and only had flights to three air directions. The first flights of aircraft company flew from Singapore's Kallang Airport to Kuala Lumpur, Penang and Ipog. In 1966, after forming separate country of Malaysia, the company has changed its name to Malaysia-Singapore Airlines. Under this brand name first transcontinental flight was made to London in 1970. In 1972, the company became totally independent from Malaysian Airlines and
Introduction QANTAS Airlines (QA) a leading airline service provider founded in the year 1920. It was recognized as the second oldest airliner in the world. QA was operating under two brand names QANTAS Airlines and JESTER Airlines. QA airlines offered all kinds of services including domestic services and where as JESTER Airlines offered domestic services. Besides offering airline services, QANTAS Group has been offering various kinds of other services; QANTAS Freight, QANTAS Link, Q-Catering and QANTAS Loyalty.