Essay about Boeing's E-Enabled Advantage
Contents Executive Summary 3 Problem Statement 3 Internal SWOT 3 External SWOT 4 Michael Porter’s 5 Competitive Forces 5
Boeing is a world leader in the aerospace industry. At one point they were the highest seller’s commercial aviation with no competition in sight. That all changed, and soon Boeing had to change.
Boeing was founded in 1916 by William Boeing. The company started by making small seaplanes with low top speeds. The first customer of Boeing was the New Zealand government. They used the planes for the countries mail, and to train pilots. The real pay-off was when the United States entered World War I and ordered a large amount of seaplanes. Between …show more content…
4. Availability of Substitutes The availability of substitutes would be medium-high risk. Since there are many aerospace manufacturing companies out there. If an airline needed extra aircrafts and Boeing planes are too expensive, they will look for cheaper plans from their competitors. Consumers also have the ability to use substitutes as well. If flights on certain airlines are too expensive, consumers can take their money and spend it elsewhere. Consumers also have the option of using other methods of transportation when airline industry is too expensive. Passengers may use buses, ship, trains, cars, helicopter, or private jets for their transportation. Since substitutions