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  • Water Mitigation Measures Analysis

    4.0 CHENNAI FLOOD MITIGATION MEASURES The mitigation measures have to address flood avoidance, flood tolerance, and flood resistance in an integrated way. The measures that are implemented and the new measures to be developed are meant to control causative factors like uncontrolled urban sprawl, loss of natural drainage, the inadequacy of the storm water drainage system, lack of maintenance of existing systems, increase in impervious surfaces and lack of coordination between stakeholders involved in implementing the measures. The measures could be broadly classified into structural and nonstructural measures. These measures include institutional, physical, socio- economic and environmental measures. 4.1 STRUCTURAL MEASURES The structural measures…

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  • Air India Case Study

    INTRODUCTION Air India was launched as a private airline in 1932 under the name of Tata Airlines by industrialist J. R. D. Tata. It was the only national carrier which flew in various international destinations at that time. In 1946, Tata Airlines became a public limited company under the name of Air India. Since then, Air India has been a source of national pride because it is regarded as one of the finest airlines which is at par with the leading airlines like Pan Am and British Airways. Air…

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  • Brand Awareness And Advertising Campaigns Of Columbia Sportswear

    success. “The Columbia brand is our largest and fasting growing brand today,” noted Mr. Boyle. “In recognition of this momentum, and in order to better focus the company’s resources to pursue the brands potential, we are realigning our merchandising and design organization to create brand-specific go-to-market teams” (Business Wire, 2015). In addition to a better focus, in 2015, Portland advertising agency North rolled out Columbia Sportswear’s biggest-ever ad campaign featuring Gert Boyle,…

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  • American Airlines Arena Case Study

    weakness in its ability to accurate detect unauthorized access. Additionally, only 5-10% of the containerized cargo is inspected upon entry, increasing the ability of a dirty bomb making its way into the port and being detonated remotely. Access to the port is located adjacent to American Airlines Arena, as a result, there is a potential for a breech at this location. The port is in the water exclusion zone so the risk of a direct waterborne attack is limited. The likelihood and consequences…

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  • Dubai Aviation Industry Case Study

    Now Dubai already has the world’s third-busiest international airport, with the growth of the movement of people. The government will invest more in infrastructure. The United Arab Emirates realizes the benefits from aviation industry; it becomes a crucial source of finance to this country so they will consider more about development of the aviation industry. The structure of industry: The aviation industry belongs to service sector in terms of transportation, but this industry also includes…

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  • Reflective Essay On American Airlines Flight 11.9/11

    1. The Passenger “American Airlines, Flight 11. 9-11-2001. Economy Class, seat 32A. Boarding time: 7:45 A.M. Departing from Logan International Airport of Boston MA, Gate B32. Destination: Los Angeles, California.” I restlessly read my plane ticket over and over. It may seem as if it’s not a big deal. Just a boarding pass, right? But this isn’t just any flight. After being in Boston for almost two weeks, the homesickness is hardly bearable anymore. It’s almost been two weeks since I’ve seen my…

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  • Conspiracy Case Study: The Denver Airport

    The Denver Airport People think that Nazi runaways are hiding in the Denver airport. A train goes under the airport probably for their transportation and planes are always in and out. They also have six runways, a reason people think like that is because it’s shaped like a Nazi flag. The runways are like many new airports, it’s a central building complex surrounded by runways and connected to them with taxiways and this layout does allow for planes to arrive and depart from the runways a lot…

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  • Denver Airport Conspiracy Theory

    By: Jaylen Majors The Denver airport is drowning in a conspiracy theory. The theory is that the Denver airport is hell on earth. Its blue mustang Blucifer is the devil’s horse. Its head fell on its creator and killed him instantly. The horse’s glowing red eyes have said to, “watch you wherever you go. The murals at the airport are to , “show where a man kills the environment and the people. Other evidence is that the underground is a bunker for Armageddon. Nobody in that airport except…

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  • Denver Public Art Case Study

    It effected the tax dollars as individual corporation’s budgets for expansion. Meaning that one percent of any capital improvement projects that exceed a million dollars taken by the city go towards art. For example, construction of new public locations and recent largest improvement was the Denver International Airport are all in effect of this law. It has contributed significantly adding more than three hundred public art pieces, that have shaped the iconic symbols that represent the city of…

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  • Kingfisher Airlines Case Study

    the aviation sector as a consequence of which there is cut-throat competition for employees which, in turn, is driving wages to unsustainable levels. Moreover, the industry is unable to retain talented employees. 2. Regional connectivity: One of the biggest challenges facing the aviation sector in India is to be able to provide regional connectivity. What is hampering the growth of regional connectivity is the lack of airports. 3. Rising fuel prices: As fuel prices have climbed,…

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