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    Routine Maintenance Gone Wrong “It was very, very hard for me. I saw my hand come off - I could see my hand on the ground and other parts all over the place.” German aircraft engineer, Hendrik Donkers Tire charging is a routine task in aircraft maintenance. However, if proper precaution is not observed, it can cause severe injury and even death. We will review two case studies where this routine task had gone wrong. We will discuss the possible causes of the errors and how we can prevent a similar incident in the Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF). Case Study 1 - Civil Airliner Incident In 2008, the nose tire of a 50-seater passenger aircraft exploded during inflation. The German aircraft engineer performing the task was standing less…

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    Ryana Airlines Case Study

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    1. How RyanAir developed multi-platform digital experiences Since its establishment in 1984, RyanAir has grown to become Europe’s favorite airline with an impressive 1,800 daily flights from over 80 bases a connecting to more than 200 destinations in 33 countries. The company boats of having over 10,000 highly skilled aviation professionals keen on maintaining high performance and safety record. In 2015 the company year-end-aircraft fleet stood at slightly m 300, with a bulk of fleet being…

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    Analysis on China Airlines When China Airlines was founded in 16th December 1959, it had TWD 400,000 registered capital, 26 aircraft fleets, and two PBY aircrafts supported by the Republic of China government. Before having its own routes developed, China Airlines concentrated on operating charter flights more as a military service, including cargo supplies, and it inaugurated the first domestic flight flying from Taipei to Hualien in 1966. Following the introduction of Caravelle and Boeing…

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    It could result in the markets unstable and hard to grow up. There has been worried about the LCCs entrance of air market as the result of tradition airline companies have been improved their service or efficiency to be capable of offer more budgeting airfares. Also, LCCs comforted a situation that they could not rely on short-haul routes rather than started to fly for long-haul for competitive to the FSC companies. It could be predicted that LCCs would open more flights for long-haul routes…

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    customers. Question 4 1. Discuss the structural characteristics of the airline industry from the point of view of the Porter Five Forces framework. 1. Entry of Competitors. The airline industry, contrary to any belief, it is not a hard industry to break in. Any company that can have access to capital will be able to invest in airplanes and infrastructure. Nevertheless, the airlines that are already in the market have developed brand name recognition, which attracts customers to fly with…

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    Qantas House History

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    Northern Territory Aerial Service (Qantas) was established in the early 19th century. It is the first airline company in Eastern Australia, which the first headquarter is located in Brisbane, Queensland. It was the first government subsidised airline service. In 1935, Qantas Airline started to fly internationally. International growth had led Qantas Airline to improve and upgrade their main assets, aeroplanes. In 1950s, they’ve bought their first ever Boeing 707, and the building of Qantas…

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    What future strategic moves would you recommend American make to address the problem of fierce pricing rivalry in the airline industry? American should pursue a three-pronged strategy: 1) Drive low-cost competitors out of the market through pricing pressure 2) Acquire/ merge with other significant players to secure greater bargaining power 3) Seek favorable regulation such that “sharpshooters” are not allowed to pick-off its most profitable routes Driving low-cost competitors out of the…

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    “ My face is not where you can put your butt on”; that's how I felt and what chair would say if they had a mouth to speak. The plane that I took finally landed at the Minneapolis airport in Minnesota on January 4, 2017. I could not believe that I would spend a year in here without any people who I knew. I felt like I got lost in an amusement park like a huge place and became a missing child. But, on the other hand, I was so proud of all my hardworking that I had done in Korea in order to come…

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    Diagnosis Phase Essay

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    Test #2 Correction Question 2. Diagnosis Phase: When I first read the question, it reminded me of my multivariable calculus first class session where my professor used an example of a plane being landed in windy weather, to teach us a concept of vectors. Initially, I began to picture the scenario of a plane flying under consideration of wind being involved instead of looking at the numbers. Afterward, I drew the free body diagram of how the problem looked as using numbers and direction. Since…

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    Meli Marine Case Summary

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    Meli Marine Line Acquisition Case Meli Marine is a company that started its operations in the year 1974 to provide short sea services. Over time, the company has grown from offering short sea services to feeders’ services and specialized cargo transport. The company managed to expand its business after the management changes in 1991 when David Tian brought in new leadership with incorporated leasing vessels as opposed to 100% ownership. Statement of the Problem Meli Marine wants to enter into…

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