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    Hong Kai Case Study

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    tasting all kinds of food), the first thing I search for in a city is the food center. HongKong is recognized as a food paradise, but it is also a city that never sleeps( a paradise for people having fun). There are more than ten thousand restaurants, all kinds of international cuisine from around the world, as if you can try all the delicious taste like -forever. E.g, Lan Kwai Fong: Lan Kwai Fong and nearby like D 'Aguilar Street, and Lane and RongHua Lane are all included in the Lan Kwai Fong district, so there are more than 50 restaurants and bars in Lan Kwai Fong, every night, as the lights flickering from the European moode bar, endless flow of people having fun in the streets. E.g, Kowloon City: Thai restaurant concentrated locating at Kai Tak Road, South Point Road, and Long gang Road. There are also some Japanese restaurant, Korean restaurant in those streets. Most important feature of the Kowloon City dining area is that the restaurant are mainly Asian-style dining, and suitable for all common visitors. E.g, Jardine 's Crescent, Causeway Bay, Lee Theatre Plaza, Times Square, Paterson Street and other places gather all the authentic Hong Kong style cafes, food stalls, and some snack bars, sushi bars, cafes, shopping tired, visitors can eat and drink tea, which will be super pleasant. The famous HongKong-style snacks are: wonton noodles, beef balls, pork belly soup, offal, etc. They still have some special places to eat cooked foods, also known as "the stalls." You…

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    Pilot Error

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    As I’m sitting at the terminal at LaGuardia International airport in New York City waiting on my flight to Los Angeles. Someone speaks over the intercom, “Attention passengers, the flight to Los Angeles will be delayed for two hours. I apologize for any inconveniences this may have caused.” Thinking to myself, “What the heck, this always happens when I fly.” I’ve already been sitting there for an hour, I decide to get up and stretch my legs. Wandering throughout the terminal passing by…

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    Jetblue Case

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    OR SUSTAINABLE 1 ALREADY ESTABLISHED IN AIRLINE INDUSTRY X X X X SUSTAINABLE 2 30% OF MARKET SHARE X X X TEMPORARY 3 NORTHEASTERN CITIES CONNECTING TO SOUTHERN DESTINATIONS X X X TEMPORARY 4 NO FLIGHT CANCELLATION POLICY X X X TEMPORARY 5 HEDGED FUEL PRICES X X X TEMPORARY 6 STANDARDIZED TRAINING FOR A320 'S X X X X SUSTAINABLE 7 ELECTRONIC TICKETING X X TEMPORARY 8 CALL CENTER BUILT…

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    He shows how in long-term process, the act has reduced the competition between the airlines resulting in poorer services. Arguing against the airlines’ efforts to provide low airfare, he points out how the plunge in workforce wage has created a care-free attitude in the staff. To prove how the services have undergone the effect, he gives examples of luggage missing and airport delays. His main claim is that the act has been detrimental for not only the customers but also the…

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    According to the Federal Aviation Administration website, American Airlines flight 965 from Miami International Airport to Alfonso Bonilla Aragon International Airport in Cali, Colombia started off as a routine flight for the 163 passengers and 8 crew aboard the Boeing 757 aircraft. The pilots originally had the flight management system (FMS) programmed in from Miami all the way to a landing on runway 1 at Cali. Cali, along with having lots of mountainous terrain around it also did not have…

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    This case study discusses in great detail the December 29th, 2010, incident involving American Airlines flight 2253. This aircraft is a Boeing 757-200 with the registered tail number of N668AA. Upon landing, this large commercial airliner ran off the departure end of runway 19 and came to a gentle stop in deep snow at Jackson Hole Airport, Jackson Hole, Wyoming. The occupants were not injured, and the airplane sustained minor damage (NTSB, 2010). The subsequent accident investigation…

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    El Dorado International Airport Airside Analysis El Dorado International airport was built in 1953 and since then, the airport has been renovated to adapt to the fast rhythm of aviation. The following paper will summarized important information regarding the airport 's airside and an analysis will be done to see if the current procedures and airport configuration is meeting the current and future needs as well as the capacity levels to operate in an efficient way. El Dorado Airport Airside…

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    Introduction This report aims to appraise the inter-dependability of the gate, check-in and dispatch departments of a ground handling agent. Specifically, the way the operate at the Heraklion ‘Nikos Kazantzakis’ Airport of Crete, Greece. In addition, ‘best practice’ examples from various other airports will be mentioned and a comparison of the operations[…] Check-in The check-in department is the first point of contact for passengers and the airline at an airport. Check-in agents are responsible…

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    3:1 TurboProp Engines: A turboprop is a variation of a Jet Engine which has been optimised to drive a propeller instead of a Fan blade. Aircraft’s that are fitted with a TurboProp engine are very efficient at lower airspeeds, Burn less fuel per Nautical Mile an requirer shorter distances for take off and landings. Common among many small charter airlines and freight companies is the use of turboprop engines rather than turbine or turbofan engines mainly due to the reduced costs associated with…

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    It was regular ordinary day, as I sat in my seat with my seat belt fastened and the wheels of the plane just about to lift it to take off to Nairobi, Kenya. The pilot announces that the flight will be 3 hours from Ethiopia to Kenya. The plane’ s engines roar like a lion and were about to take-off VRUMMMMM!! We took off and I could not wait to get to Kenya already it was like another life and adventure was awaiting me. The seat was very comfortable and we were already 1 hour into the flight and…

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