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    Dreamliner Network Security Jacob Mullins Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Dreamliner Network Security On September 25th, 2011, All Nippon Airways took delivery of the very first B787 Dreamliner for its maiden flight departing from Narita International Airport (Peterson, 2011). The 787 has been perhaps the most talked about aircraft in recent memory. The list of revolutionary features are staggering. From new material construction resulting in 20% fuel savings, double the ambient air…

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    Introduction “United Breaks Guitars” illustrates the power of social media in company’s incidents with customers today. On July 2009, United Airlines, one of the largest international airline based in the US knew a negative worldwide buzz made by an unsatisfied customer. This situation is interesting because it also shows an important reversal of power between a big company and customer. What happened? What were the consequences for both? How could the problem have been sold? And finally, what…

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    and permanently affected airline competition (Morrison and Winston (1986), Burghouwt and Hakfoort (2001)). Sustainability of airline business model was questioned once the market became open and competition began to strengthen. Only those airlines that were able to react promptly and adjust to the emerging conditions had a chance to sustain profitably and retain their market position. Since deregulation, air transport services in the US and the EU are performed by airlines which are privately…

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    industry, both foe passengers as well as freight. This model is also being adopted in various sectors to increase efficiency. The pioneer in this model was Delta Airlines that started using this model in 1955. FedEx, also started the use of this method to increase its operational efficiency. The hub and spoke model has revolutionised the airline industry by minimising cost and increasing efficiency as well as reach. The model gets its name from a bicycle wheel. A bicycle wheel has a strong…

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    The Evolution Of Drone Regulations By Rakesh Sharma | November 3, 2015 — 10:16 PM EST Share As drones become popular and find a wide variety of consumer and commercial operations, drone regulations are also taking flight. Several countries have already formalized or are in the process of formalizing rules and laws relating to drone operations. In turn, these new laws could pave the way for a thriving market in drones. (For more, see How Drones Are Changing The Business World.) Why Drone…

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    CAPITAL INTRODUCTION SMBC AVIATION CAPITAL is a leading global aircraft leasing company that works with airlines to help them with capital and the air crafts required for them to successfully progress their business. They operate worldwide with the whole range of customers from dynamic start-ups to well established national airlines. It mainly deals with the aiding of its clients (airlines) run their dynamic fleet as well as their airplane financing necessities. Apart from leasing they also…

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    Currently the world witnesses a very dynamic, aircraft manufacturing industry, which invests billions and billions in its projects, due to tough market competitors. In order to achieve their goal and objectives, any project requires an efficient management. However, due to a diversity of issues, goals are not always achieved nor targets are met. During the 21st century, the aircraft manufacturing industry was leaded in the world by two major’s commercial jet manufacturers, namely Boeing and…

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    Introduction The Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) has come a long way since she was first established in 1965. The SAF became a conscript armed force in 1967 and started off with two infantry battalions and three Republic of Singapore Navy (RSN) ships (Mindef, 2017). The Republic of Singapore Airforce (RSAF) was formed in 1968 with eight aircrafts to train the pilots (Mindef, 2017). During the 1960s, the priority was to build the foundation for Singapore’s defence (Mindef, 2017). Today, as…

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    According to the encyclopedia, the airline industry is “the business of transporting paying passengers and freight by air along regularly scheduled routes, typically by airplanes but also by helicopter.” (Airline, 2016). The airline industry is constantly growing and is central to the expansion of other industries taking place (The Airline Industry, 2016). It is a major industry that many people rely on. The recent changes in the airline industry have greatly impacted our economy and our…

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    SWOT ANALYSIS Boeing is one of the dominant businesses in the large commercial airlines (LCA). It has travelled a long journey to reach this position. During this long journey, it has exploited various opportunities and strengths and has overcome weakness and threats to reach this position. The assessment of Boeing's strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats and how these elements were perceived within the time scale of the case study between 2002 and 2006 are explained in this case…

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