4. Growing GDP: The growing GDP and Pakistan’s entry in the emerging economies by IMF is a positive indicator and giving a green light in Pakistan’s worldwide reputation therefore opening doors for the more international route expansion and permissions. 5. Competitors Advantage: With PIA’s downfall, poor service and repute also with Serene Airlines aircrafts parking accidents and engines being frequently down in the past few months, giving Airblue the advantage of getting more customers. THREATS 1.
By its efficient management and operations, and marketing strategies, it became the leader of the LCC market in India with a profit of $51.67 million in 2014. Task3: In a country like Oman, there is a need to start an LCC, not only to develop the domestic air travel, but also to give an opportunity to enter this market. It is difficult for people from the middle classes to travel by are because of the high airfares, especially with the monopoly of Oman Air. As it is the only carrier in the country, and the policy that prevent any foreign carrier to enter the domestic market, the number of domestic travelers is
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.
The aerial shuttle has developed under the dynamic administration of Chief Executive Officer His Excellency Mr. Akbar Al Baker, delegated CEO in 1996, which has been instrumental in turning Qatar Airways in to an recompense winning bearer and the best on the planet. Under Al Baker's stewardship, Qatar Airways has developed into a main drive in local and worldwide avionics, procuring numerous admirers around the globe for its fabulous guidelines of administration. In April 2011, Qatar Airways reached a turning point coming to 100 destinations in its worldwide course delineate. After two months, the airline accomplished a momentous deed, only 14 years after its re-dispatch, being named Airline of the Year 2011 at the yearly Skytrax World Airline Awards with more than 18 million voyagers overall throwing their votes. Qatar Airways named Airline of the Year 2012-2014 clutching its title for the three successive years.
The emirates hub is the largest airline hub in the Middle East. The airport is also a hub for low cost carrier (Fly Dubai), also it became the second hub for Qantas airways in 2013. Dubai international airport has three terminal buildings and it can handle
For domestic airlines, they cannot compete directly with Malaysia Airline, but there are a few international airlines are threatening the development of Malaysia Airline. In particular, Air France is the airline company is expanding routes to South East Asia and are highly service and quality, as well as providing exclusive personalized service at the airport to help passengers comfortable while fly processing. (asie_2015.01-en.pdf). Barging Power of Suppliers (High) Fuel prices are ever increasing affecting the cost so the supplier power is high. The Asian airline industry is very optimistic about the growth potential of the Asian aviation industry so is placing huge aircraft orders thereby increasing the bargaining power of the suppliers again The civil aircraft industry is monopolized by two major aircrafts
The industry has small number of dominant players like Air India, Spice Jet, Indigo, GoAir. Have barriers to entry and exit, evident from the example of Kingfisher airlines, which find it difficult to exit the market. Also, most of them compete on different schemes, rather than pricing, which is evident from the fact of recent schemes of by SpiceJet, IndiGo, Air
Thai Airways International Public Company Limited (THAI) ————————————————————————————————————— Thai Airways International Public Company Limited (THAI) is a state enterprise that belongs to the Ministry of Transport and Communications. THAI is located at major international and domestic airports throughout Thailand, which is also known as one of the world’s leading airline industry. Especially, the airlines acts as national airlines which always gain profit and also are in the competition among worldwide Airline Business. Besides, the overall operation is appreciated in the world’s best airline consistently. The airline was instituted by agreement of Thai Airways Company Limited and Scandinavian Airlines System (S.A.S.)
• In the long-haul market, Qantas faces competition from local operators in most geographical areas such as Middle East, China and India. Whereas in the medium-haul market, low-cost carriers such as AirAsia, Tiger and others have established strong market positions and continue to grow. • Fluctuating fuel price due to many factors that are beyond the control of companies negatively influence the profitability of Qantas and its competitiveness globally making airfares stalling fleet orders (Euromonitor, 2014). Together, key factors that need to be consider include PESTLE analysis that influences the airline industry is shown below. Political and legal factors Airlines operate in a political environment that is strictly regulated where government intervention over the performance of the company is necessary from time to time.
Create a strategic vision Tony Fernandez is a Chief Executive Officer or Director of Air Asia Berhad and he is transformational leader because the business model of the Air Asia are changed by him which is ”Now Everyone Can Fly” a low-cost and no-frills strategy and moved down the value chain. Tony Fernandez have develop strategic vision of the company to which is people are currently underserved with poor connectivity and high fares. As we know that, nowadays many airplane companies come out with different strategies to make their company better than competitors so he has create a good vision for doing the business once he take over the company. Analysis of the Challenges Faced by Managers in the selected organisation in terms of globalisation, work force diversity and ethical behaviour. AirAsia is a company that faces many challenges in managing, controlling, and handling the organisation.