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    Allegiant Air Case Study

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    Allegiant Air primarily looks to serve leisure travelers that are going from Northern United States to Southern United States. Allegiant Air started with very few routes but has seen rapid growth recently. The rapid growth of the company has been recognized in Fortune 100’s Fastest Growing Companies: listed at 25. Allegiant Air has 11 operating bases where flights are constantly offered. The 11 operating bases have flights in 114 cities around the United States. Allegiant Air copied parts of Southwest’s business model. This includes only offering direct flights. Also like Southwest, Allegiant Air removes the middle man and only offers airline tickets through their…

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    Allegiant Air’s Successful Marketing Strategy The textbook author includes a case on airline company Allegiant Air. I would like to mention that I have never flown in a plane. I do not have a fear of planes, I just have not had the opportunity to ride one. Considering that my ultimate goal is to travel the world I know one day that opportunity will occur. I have not heard of Allegiant Air until I read this case, but from what I have read I assume they are the best option for flying within the…

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    Background of Allegiant Airline Allegiant Air is an American low-cost airline owned by Allegiant Travel Co. that operates scheduled and charter flights. Allegiant Travel Company is a publicly traded company with 2,848 employees. It has over $2.6 billion USD market capitalization. The corporate headquarters allocate at Summerlin, Nevada, a suburban neighbourhood in Las Vegas. Allegiant Air was founded in 1997 and it’s under the name WestJet Express. It charter domestic operations in 1998. After…

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    Lexington’s Blue Grass Airport is classified by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) as a primary, small hub airport (U.S. Department of Transportation, 2014). Blue Grass serves over one million passengers each year and occupies approximately 1,000 acres. The airport offers commercial flights to destinations worldwide and also provides a variety of corporate and general aviation services including U.S. Customs cargo inspection, flight instruction, charter aircraft, airplane maintenance,…

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    Effects Of Electric Cars

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    new technology has been developed and now we can see within a car, front and rear view cameras, internet connection, air bags, seat warmers, and so on. 3.- The effect of the emissions on the environment and government…

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    Pilot Error

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    that also. Making my way back to the gate, I find a nice quiet seat by the window to fully relish my coffee and the paper. As I take a sip, I glance down at the paper reading the front page headline. “Plane crash in Indonesia, Kills all 500 aboard.” I say out loud, “Wow! Isn’t this a great article to read at the airport.” Before I continue to read, I take another sip of coffee and look out the window to the other planes at their respective gates thinking in my mind, “What really causes an…

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    Answer 1: Earlier in the beginning of the millennium, the Root Air came into existence with a mysterious voice mail massage. The massage was from Ted Shetzen, the chief functional officer of Sky service Airlines Inc. Roots Air’s profit making plan was to filch away a little part of Air Canada’s extreme gainful consumers or the flyers of business class. The strategy was to tantalizing the customers with celebrity pitches and by making promise to provide food of excellent quality, luxurious…

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    green space. In other words, areas with trees and vegetation have lower temperatures, since there is more shading and more evapotranspiration occurring (EPA 2016). Trees can be practical around buildings, parking lots or on streets for effective cooling of creating shades. As a result, the need for air conditioning declines, while vegetation decreases runoffs and improves water quality by “absorbing and filtering rainwater” (EPA 2016). Moreover, trees and vegetation weakens air pollution, as the…

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    "We need to save the Arctic not because of the polar bears, and not because it is the most beautiful place in the world, but because our very survival depends upon it" (Lewis Gordon Pugh). Anthropogenic contamination and change of the Arctic has been an issue for human civilization for many years, however many people do not believe that humans are the cause of such a difference in this once pristine environment. The activity of humans is primarily responsible for global warming, however, this…

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    Dual Federal Government

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    The article focuses on ambient air standards, emission standards and ambient air monitoring. States can exceed the standards of the USEPA by creating even more stringent standards. Table 1 shows that many other states have to exceed the USEPA standards and creating their own. ‘‘ In clean air policy, economic pressures have not overwhelmed the state 's’’ ability to det their own environmental…

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