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    1. INTRODUCTION Airlines are one of the important means of transport around the world and considered one of the quickest mode of transport in most of the country in the world. “The accident rate for airline travel is lower than for any other mode of transportation, and it continues to decline” (Lane, 2005). However, with incidents like September 11 attack, MH370 and MH17, it shows that accidents do happen and cause a lot of fatalities. “Airlines choose to avoid the financial distress by…

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    London Heathrow Airport Introduction London Heathrow Airport is a most important international airport in West London, England, United Kingdom. Heathrow is one of the busiest airports in the United Kingdom and the busiest airport in Europe by passenger traffic. It is also the third busiest airport in the world in 2014, it handled a record of 73.4 million passengers, a 1.4 percent increase from 2013. Heathrow is situated in 22 km; 14 mi, west of Central London, and has two parallel east–west…

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    The competition between low cost airlines and full service airlines within the airline industry is becoming fierce. Since 2000, traditional airlines have gained low profits due to the expansion of no-frills. In addition, a number of incidents such as 9/11 have also influenced several businesses including the aviation sector but in fact, some European low cost airlines such as Ryanair did not become the victim of economic downturn because of their economical operating costs. Over the past decade,…

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    Southwest Airlines Student’s Name University Affiliation Date Southwest Airlines After its inception in 1967, Southwest Airlines has grown tremendously to become one of America’s biggest airlines. As a young company, Southwest Airlines focused mostly on the families and leisure travelers are the main pool of customers. Over the last fifteen years, it has shifted its focus to incorporate the business travelers and other tourists. After creating a good relationship with its clients, it…

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    Findings • Distance and time are key factors in driving people to buy flight tickets. The longer the distance and the more limited time slot, the greater the likelihood that consumers choose to travel by air. • According to the interviewee, in terms of relative short-distance travel, a price gap of 30 to 40 dollars between bus tickets and flights tickets perhaps will has a certain impact on people’s choices. • Fast, energy saving, time saving, and more expensive are linked together as…

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    Air27 Case Study

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    PROBLEM DEFINITION AND JUSTIFICATION Air27 is a airline company which is operating on routes all over Europe. This airline company provides the lowest cost for the passengers travelling compared to their other competitors. The company is very profitable in terms of revenue and the passengers travelling per year. The passengers travelling in this airlines per year are 30 million and the total revenue is approximately over two billion euros. After having a lot of revenue the company is facing a…

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    Ettihad Airways Case Study

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    1.0 Introduction 1.1 Background of the company: Etihad Airways is considered in the United Arab Emirates is the national carrier of the company, through the Royal (Amiri) The company was established in July 2003. Also, Etihad Airways was known during the past 10 years and one of the fastest growing airlines in commercial aviation history. Etihad Airways has a set of awards that highlighted its position as one of the leading brands in the world in a manner distinct. Also received an award for…

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    Flight Simulators

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    The demand for flight simulators has been largely accelerated by the need to train and evaluate pilots and aircrew efficiently, safely and effectively. Flight training tends to be driven by economics. The overall cost of purchasing and operating a flight simulator is a small fraction compared to operating the aircraft it replicates. Exercises such as an engine failure or stalling can be taught in the simulator. As a result the pilot and instructor as less susceptible to the dangers presented…

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    Leaderships have many styles are the Autocratic, Bureaucratic, Coaching, the Cross- Cultural, Emergent, Laissez Faire, Strategic, Team, Facilitative, Servant, Transformation and many more. One person can have more than one leadership styles. Marillyn Hewson, Bill Gate and Spencer Brown are participant leaders. Bill Gate, Spencer Brown and Willy Walker are vision leaders. The Transformational leadership are Bill Gate, Spencer Brown and Willy Walker. The only leader for Autocratic are Bill…

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    HRM Coursework: High Flying Airlines First Officer, Pilot A380 Laura Hatcher H00202693 Samit Singh H00141922Mohammed Solanki H00176955Mokhira Vokhidova H00199223 Contents: Job description Recruitment Person specification Advertisement Letter to interview Letter to successful candidate Letter to unsuccessful candidate Cover letter + Application Interview Plan Induction Selection Methods Job description High Flying Airlines is an internationally recognized…

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