Airline Essays

  • Kingfooder Airlines: Case Study: Kingfisher Airline

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    since it commenced operations in 2005, refer to exhibit 1. Acquiring Air Deccan in 2007 made the situation even worse. After acquiring the Air Deccan, the company suffered a loss of over Rs. 1,000 crore for three executive years. By early 2012, the airline accumulated the losses of over Rs. 7,000 crore with half of its fleet grounded and several members of its staff going on strike. In November 2010, in order to cater heavy debts and interest from the loans taken, the company went in for debt restructuring

  • Airline Airlines Case Study

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    The cheapest three airline flights in Australia, enjoy your travel and save money! Traveling abroad became so important especially if you intend to go to far district. In the world of traveling, many airline companies offer many facilities and discounts, Australian companies are the ones of them! But the increasing costs of tickets and other additional services still the biggest obstacles for many people to travel and enjoy amazing sightseeing, shopping, and have fun with family. The

  • Disadvantages Of Singapore Airlines

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    linguistic differences of its national markets to that of international markets. In this essay I go for Singapore Airline (SIA), to discuss benefits of branding for marketers and for transnational marketing happening globally through advancements and enhancements in global environment through improvements in communication, transportation and information technology. The benefits of airline brand, which it brings to company by offering its products and services through marketing and communication mix

  • Airline Airlines Supply Chain Analysis

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    3.3. Suppliers and Supply Chain The identification of the suppliers for TP depends on where the company would position itself in the supply chain. Figure 7 illustrates the indirect distribution of airline tickets from airline companies to the travelers. Airline companies submit their fares to Airline Tariff Publishing Company (ATPCO) or Société Internationale de Télécommunications Aéronautiques (SITA). Both act the same and publish the latest fares which are being updated multiple times per day in

  • Airline Industry

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    In the last decades, aviation or airline industry represented higher level of business growth rapidly. Additionally, in terms of business development airline industry is playing effective role in enhancing global trade, international business investment and activities in tourism sector. In reference to specific roles, it can also be illustrated that airline business industry is the major focus of globalisation for other business sectors. The improving airline industry offers number of opportunities

  • Characteristics Of The Pacific Southwest Airline, Southwest Airlines

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    3.1. Introduction Whoever was the first low cost airline and, consequently, the pioneer of the low cost idea – the Pacific Southwest Airline (PSA), Southwest Airlines or Laker Airways – this business idea has definitely revolutionized aviation market and has become part of today´s flight market (Groß & Schröder, 2007). LCCs - Low cost carriers represent one of the most exciting and dynamic developments in recent commercial aviation history. Creating new products and minimizing the financial costs

  • West Airlines: Case Study: Southwest Airlines

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    Case Description Southwest Airlines is known for its unique strategy, fun-loving corporate culture and its 32 years of consistent profitability. Appropriate recruiting, hiring,selecting, promoting, and training of employees are done so that a good fit with the strategy and organizational culture can be maintained. It is a Low Cost Carrier (LCC), is famous for its differentiated and competitive pricing strategies like low fares, which are often some 30% lower than most of its major competitors.

  • Malaysia Airlines: Case Study: Malaysian Airlines

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    Malaysia Airlines (MAS) is our country, Malaysia national airlines. MAS was established in 1 May, 1946 as Malayan Airways. The headquarters of MAS are located on the grounds of Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport in Subang. It is undoubtedly that MAS was an award-winning airline. The airline has won World Travel Award (WTA) 2013 and Best Airline Signature Dish 2012. MAS has more than 1000 aircrafts including A380 airbus, Boeing 737- 800 and Boeing 747- 400P. These aircrafts fly to more than 110 destinations

  • Singapore Airlines Strategic Analysis

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    SIM336-STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT Assignment Title: Strategic Analysis Lecturer: Dr. krishnamoorthy Renganathan Course Batch Number: BMTD51711A Industry: Scoot Airline, Singapore. Introduction Singapore government concentrating more on tourists and tourism industries because it is the main income source for the country developing. To create the tourism experience the government of Singapore has raising the awareness by developing grand infrastructures. By the way, they giving

  • Case Study Malaysian Airlines

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    2.1.4 Malaysian Airlines System (MAS) after the resignation of Tajuddin. As it is in hands of the state, MAS reported a loss of RM1.3 billion in 2005, resulting in a longer recovery plan which saw the appointment of Datuk Seri Idris Jala as the new CEO of Malaysian Airline System. Under the appointment of Idris, the airlines was expected to dismiss about 5,000 jobs and spend a maximum of RM850 million in compensation packages as part of its plan to return to profitability then making it one

  • Ethiopian Airlines Internship Report

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    Final Paper Mr. Kanthanachart Duangkrathok Interned Position: Passenger Service Agent Trainee Ethiopian Airlines Section 1 Company Background Ethiopian Airlines is the flag carrier of Ethiopia, with the slogan “The New Sprit of Africa”. It is wholly owned by the government of Ethiopia. It was founded in December 21, 1945 and started it first operation in April 08, 1946. The airlines headquartered at Bole International Airport, Addis Ababa (capital city), Ethiopia, making Bole International

  • Pestle Analysis Of Airline

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    environment of the airline industry sector in general, with emphasis on the American scene. The audit will be based on the PESTLE framework and will be able to identify the major environmental factors influencing the organizations operating within this industry as well as the extent of their impacts. In the second part of the report, we will be able to formulate our corporate strategies based on the Environmental

  • Emirates Airlines Case Study

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    0 Introduction Emirates airline is a rapidly expanding and award-winning international carrier based in Dubai and subsidized by The Emirates Group, which is owned by the government of Dubai 's Investment Corporation of Dubai (The Emirates Group, 2015). Essential to the Group’s ongoing success is the employment of high-quality people who benefit from living and working in a modern cosmopolitan city Dubai. Being one of the biggest employers in the region with more than 62,000 workers from over 160

  • DEI Airlines Case Study

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    at DEI 1. Implement Interventions to solve the problem of divided culture at DEI As the change agent at the DEI Airlines I recommend solving the current problems with a set of complex interventions such as the Confrontation Meeting and the Cultural Change in order to bring the cultures of the long-haul and short- haul divisions together. By diagnosing the problems, which DEI Airlines faces, it is clear that many serious problems have arisen from the merger of the two previous companies. Both of

  • Rivalry In Asia Airlines

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    Rivalry among existing firms AirAsia competition between existing airlines is high. This is because lot of airline emergence that offer low fares such as Tiger Airways, Jest Star Airways, Malindo, Firefly and other. Hence, they will try to make a massive advertising and promotion to attract more customers by providing better services and products like giving more discounts, better deal, new course offering that AirAsia does not provide. In addition, they also will compete in terms on service that

  • Airline Communication Framework

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    implementation Company: Malaysia Airlines Student name: Céline Moutic Student number: 524490 Supervisor: Mark Tawil & John Clancy Date: June 2015 Inholland University of Applied Sciences Abstract This research report explores a thorough understanding of how Malaysia Airlines is currently communicating towards its stakeholders following two airline tragedies that affected the company last March and July 2014. The objective of the research is to analyze how Malaysia Airlines communicated and acted

  • Airline Service Hypothesis

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    Describe the paper in terms of its aims, hypotheses and methods. The research paper on “Airline Service Quality” aimed to examine the influence of airline service quality on customer satisfaction and loyalty. Four major hypotheses were formulated at the start of the study, with a positivist approach. These include the following. H1 being that the pre-flight service quality has a positive effect on passenger satisfaction. H2 being that the in-flight service quality has a positive effect on passenger

  • Airline Planning Process

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    The airline schedules planning process is a very complex process which consists of subsequent stages and involves a large number airline resources. The process is usually decomposed into four subproblems: schedule design, fleet assignment, aircraft routing, and crew scheduling. By assuming that flight schedules can be operated as planned, the optimization model for each subproblem is traditionally solved deterministically. But, in day-to-day operations, the schedules are often disrupted and it causes

  • Airline Pricing Analysis

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    Airline Pricing – Part 1 – Fare Structures: This video explains how airlines build their fare structure and specifically why people find so many fares for the same airline in the given market. The fare structure includes the initial price, initial quantity, revenue, and the demand. According to the video, airlines usually try to find a way to maximize their revenue. Their revenue is affected on the amount of people (demand) that are willing to pay for the initial price and the initial quantity

  • Price Discrimination In Airlines

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    Airline companies use price discrimination regularly, as they sell travel products and services .This is frequently caused by assigning content to various booking classes, which sell for different prices and which may be linked to fare restrictions. I will talk over the welfare effects of dissimilar kinds of price discrimination schedules that are employed in the airline industry. Saud Arabia airline is the flag carrier airline of Saudi Arabia based in Jeddah, It was founded in 1945 70 years ago