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    Boeing 737 Research Paper

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    The Boeing 737 is a short-to medium –range twinjet narrow-body airliner. Basically designed and developed as a shorter, lower-cost twin engine aircraft, modified from Boeings 707 and 727, the 737 has developed into a family of nine passenger aircrafts with occupancy of 85 to 215 passengers. It is the Boeings one and only narrow-body airliner is production, with the -700, -800 and 900 ER variants currently being built and supplying. A reengineered, re engine version, the 737 max is set to fly in 2017 737 original series The initial model was the 737-100; it was launched in feb-1965. The -100 was rolled out on January 17, 1967, had its first flight on April 9, 1967 and served for Lufthansa in feb-1968. This airplane is the smallest version of the 737. A total of 30 737-100s were ordered and delivered; the final commercial delivered took place on oct-31, 1969 to malasaya Singapore airlines. 737-100s remain in commercial service the original Boeing prototype, last operated by NASA and retired more than 30 years after its maiden flight is on exhibit in the museum of flight in Seattle. 737-200…

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    American Airlines has a total of 930 mainline fleets and 604 regional fleets as of December 2016. American has the youngest fleet among US global network carriers, and they are expected to receive new deliveries shortly making it even younger. Annual report of American Airlines Group (2015), indicate that the average age of American and US Airways combined fleet is approximately 12 years as represented in figure one. Furthermore, it shows that as of December 31, 2014, out of American’s and US…

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    Physical WestJet 's physical resources Is comprised of a head office in Calgary for its corporate operations, and according to their real estate infrastructure they occupy three various types of facilities which include office space for administrative tasks and functions, hanger space facilities in Calgary, Edmonton, Vancouver and Toronto for operating and performing their aircraft maintenance activities, and airport terminal space for airport operations along with aircraft fuel and spare parts.…

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    Every day, more than 700 Southwest Airline Boeing 737s fly 4,000 flights across a network of 98 destinations in the United States and seven additional countries. Southwest Airlines Customer Representatives book, on average, 54,557 reservations daily. The weekly reservations add up to be over 382,948 and 1. 7 million reservations are made monthly. This makes Southwest Airlines one of the most popular choices in flights, especially since Southwest is the only major U.S. airline to offer Bags Fly…

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    Alaska Airlines History

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    us who we are, have been guided by integrity, caring, ingenuity, professionalism, and a unique spirit. A spirit that was has grown out of our geographical roots,” declares Alaska Airlines on its website. Alaska Airlines started to serve their people back in the 1932 when it was only a three-passenger aircraft. With time, it grew and now it is the product of the history. These milestone, good deeds, and community involvement have grown the business from a small regional airline into an…

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    Therefore, maintenance data both unscheduled and scheduled is readily abundant. This data was collected and used to identify what types and how many of each designator would be required to maintain the aircraft for the Navy. It is during this process the data collected does not correctly identify with the severity that is involved with flying military missions both operational and on a training level. The Boeing engines had an initial overhaul requirement of 10,000 hours prior to having any…

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    customers are king for them  Providing short point to point service without or no hub connection.  Providing the highest customer service and giving them free and equal treatment to all.  Building friendly & cordial relationship between its customers &employers.  Providing reward system for frequent customers. OPERATIONAL STRATEGIES  Firstly they use smaller airports in the beginning & do point to point service strategy avoiding hubs/hauls reducing traffic delays and increase passenger…

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    point to point” (Investopdeia, 2015). Expansion and adaptation go hand in hand with innovation and will be key elements in the continued future growth of Southwest over the next 5, 10 and 20 years, especially as they broaden internationally to Mexico and the Caribbean. The leaders at Southwest believe, “A species becomes extinct when it fails to adapt fast enough to changes in their habitat” (Hamel, 2007, p. 155). When many airlines have failed, Southwest continues to grow and profit. Three…

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    Hawaiian Airline Service Hawaiian Airlines is all about ease. On an average approximately 212 jet flys from Hawaiian island. We provide non-stop flights to the "United States". We Additionally provide airline service to Australia, Philippines, American Samoa, Tahiti, Korea and Japan. Free excellent food meals and bites are provided on every South Pacific, Trans-Pacific, and Asia flight. Travellers Point are a group of highly talented individuals which are keen to add possibly the best airline…

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    Saudi Aramco Case Study

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    Summary During the summer of 1997, a study of aircraft maintenance employee schedules was conducted at the flight department of Saudi Aramco (biggest oil company in the world) in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia (Alfares, 1997) Objective was to calculate the current fixed-wing aircraft maintenance worker schedule and come out with solution to improve and to decide the optimum work schedule that fulfills increasing maintenance labor requirements with the lowest cost and highest efficiency. Flight department…

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