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    a) Operation Ryanair focusing on the low cost of operating, as they one of airlines company that offer low fares than competitors. In order to minimize the cost of operation, Ryanair using a single model of aircraft (the Boeing 737-800) which may help to reduce training cost, maintenance cost, purchase and storage of the spare part of the aircraft. Since these types of aircraft models are widely used the schedule of flight crews become more flexible. Thus, Ryanair can easily recruit the flight…

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    Air Aviation Case Study

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    1. Overview: Although flight history is full of unfortunate deadly incidents, planes are statistically the safest mean of transport. Saving money and time and safe trips are the main reasons why airplanes are the first choice when it comes to travelling especially for long distances. With the explosion of client demands and the mass production of aircrafts, managing the air traffic becomes harder and eventually the current managing system will fail against the enormous number of airplanes…

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    Yotel Hotel Analysis

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    BRIEF DESCRIPTION YOTEL is the revolutionary concept of hotel which is located inside the airport, such as Gatwick Airport South Terminal, Heathrow Airport Terminal 4, Amsterdam Airport Schiphol.The idea is a combination of first class airline travel with Japanese capsule hotel in order to create small but luxurious cabins. Yotel has “Green” Scheme to ensure they grow as a sustainable and environmentally friendly company, the purpose they situating Yotel inside the terminal building is to limits…

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    Spicejet Case Study

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    SpiceJet is an low-cost airline headquartered in Gurgaon, India. It is the third biggest aircraft in the nation by number of travelers conveyed, with a piece of the overall industry of 13.2% as of March 2017. The carrier works 312 day by day flights to 55 goals, including 45 Indian and 10 global goals from its centers at Delhi, Kolkata and Hyderabad. Built up as air taxi provider ModiLuft in 1994, the organization was gained by Indian business person Ajay Singh in 2004 and re-dedicated as…

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    Air Europe Xpress Case

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    Introduction Air Europe Xpress is in the period of great changes and those strategic adjustments that have been made in the last month at a Shareholder’s meeting undoubtedly will be reflected
on the HR strategy of the company. Moreover there are several challenges, beyond the new strategic plan of the company, which HR department is currently faced. They all together are as follows: Difficulties with recruitment due to high competition among grown number of airline travel companies which leads…

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    Jetblue Crisis Case Study

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    avid Neeleman founded the Airlines in 1999, and the airline was considered as the first “mega start-up” applicant in the nation with $130 million in equity capital (JetBlue, 2012). Its maiden flight took off in February 2000, by the end of that year, more than one million passengers flew with the airline (JetBlue, 2011). Before the crisis, among low-cost airlines JetBlue is ranked high in on-board customer satisfaction and on-time flight, more so, the airline was well-known for its…

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    Current Situation The airline industry is an intense and highly competitive market. Everyday millions of consumers travel and each airline both national and international compete for sales revenue, in fact, each airline has developed and evolved to sustain in this volatile industry. For Southwest Airline to capitalize in this market and steadily maintain their sales, they have procured a niche market. The company has positioned itself as a low fare cost leader in air transportation service. On…

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    AVSECO Case Study

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    Challenges to AVSECO from 3RS Introduction AVSECO is the sole aviation security service provider in HKIA that operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. It currently has over 4,000 employees and is expected to grow rapidly to over 6,000 employees thanks to the ‘three-runway system’ project (3RS). The 3RS is intending to build an additional runway to the existing 2 runways in HKIA, and together with the re-built of Passenger Terminal Building 2 and the 3rd Runway Concourse, 3RS can be operated as…

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    Ryanair Cost

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    Ryanair has been recognised as the second largest airline due to the high number of passengers carried. However, Ryanair faces some challenges as it grows when they try to maintain their revenue growth and at the same time keeping their price tickets low. In this case, Ryanair has operated its business in an efficient manner where it has used various methods of reducing cost to create value for Ryanair Holding business and its customers. The main method it has used to add value to Ryanair’s…

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