Singapore Airlines Case Study

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1.0 Introduction to Strategic Management Strategic management practices the formation; achievement and reaching the major objectives executed by the management of the company, by considering the capital and a task of the internal and external environments in which the company wishes to compete. 1.1 Introduction to Singapore Airlines Singapore Airlines (SIA) is established in year 1972 with remarkable performance among its competitors in the industry throughout its 35-year-long history till date (Heracleous & Wirtz, 2009). According to Singapore Airlines (2014), SIA is one of the youngest aircraft fleets worldwide to destinations crossing a network of more six continents, with its iconic Singapore Girl providing excellent standard of service to customers. Throughout the years of operations, SIA has an impressive ever-growing list of industry 's leading innovations such as offering free headsets along with a choice of meals and drinks in Economy Class in the 1970s, followed by introducing satellite based in-flight telephones in year 1991, involving an ample panel of renowned chefs, the International Culinary Panel, to provide lush in-flight meals in year 1998, developing audio and video on demand (AVOD) capabilities on KrisWorld in year 2001, and lastly flying the airbus of A380 from Singapore to Sydney on 25 October 2007 (Singapore Airlines, 2014). With the proven track record, SIA continues to bloom despite the uncertainty of the airline industry and

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