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  • Supplier Concentration Theory In The Airline Industry

    The Airline industry, which was regulated by the government, through a liberalisation policy. The airlines was supplied to the public, this was done to regulate competition and privatisation that occurred through the airline industry theses regulation however were lifted and the policies were more open. The supplier concentration theory is one of Porters five forces in which it suggest that the supplier influence, refers to the the excessive demand that suppliers can exert on business. This can…

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  • Air Europe Xpress Case

    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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  • Swot Analysis Of Philippine Airlines

    independent airline companies, but because of the mergers and acquisitions, there are 4 major domestic low-cost carriers in the Philippines, namely Philippine Airlines, Cebu Pacific, Zestair Philippines, and Philippines AirAsia. Low-cost Carriers (LCC) are the carriers that have the highest demand in the Philippines as it accounts for 67% of total domestic market. Most of the Low-cost Carriers have international routes and almost all has domestic routes. Philippine Airlines has the most…

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  • Air Transport Case Study

    Air Transport in the United Kingdom Q1. Factors That Determine the Demand for UK air Transport The air transport market has been expanding rapidly ever since the first commercial airplane set for the skies in 1914. At first it was mainly used for international transportation but local transportation also became available, periodically increasing the demand for air transportation and this was witnessed in all countries with air transport such as the United States of America, France, Germany,…

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  • Ettihad Airways Case Study

    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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  • 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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  • The Importance Of Technology In The Airline Industry

    Since last three decades one sees a huge transformation that has occurred in airline industry. Companies once owned by state or government went into private hands that then formed strategic alliance to maximize profits and reduce cost. Such alliances also provided numerous other facilities. For example, joint marketing activities, code sharing, flier programs. Earlier companies only had bilateral or multilateral agreements amongst themselves but later on with the advancement in technology,…

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  • Group Case Study: Jazeera Group: K. S. K)

    220.00 “References • Air Arabia, (2013). Air Arabia Annual Report. pp. 27-45. • Centreforaviation.com, (2015). Could Jazeera Airways, a small and nimble carrier, come to the rescue of Kuwait Airways? | CAPA - Centre for Aviation. [Online] Available at: http://centreforaviation.com/analysis/could-jazeera-airways-a-small-and-nimble-carrier-come-to-the-rescue-of-kuwait-airways-108076 [Accessed 15 Mar. 2015]. • Jazeera Group, (2013). Jazeera Airways Group Annual Report. The Opportunity At…

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  • My Defining Moment Essay

    I remember that exact moment. The moment where my life would change with the next step I took. Looking out the window of the airplane, I wondered how my new home, Hong Kong, would be like. So many questions were whizzing around in my head. “Will the kids at my school be nice?” “How are the teachers going to be like?” “How will I communicate with the locals there? I don’t even speak Chinese!” As the thundering roar of the plane began to fill the cabin and the safety announcements began to play, I…

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  • Disadvantages Of Boeing's E-Enabled Advantage

    For airlines to make a profit and grow the company they have to have one of the previous mentioned factors or both. Although sales are something Boeing or any aircraft manufacturer cannot influence directly, they can certainly help by increasing their margin or by reducing costs (investopedia.com, 2012). Also, by streamlining the planning process and providing real-time crew management decisions helps in direct reduction in airlines operating costs which is a main factor when holding an…

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