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  • Pest Analysis Of Aegean Airlines

    Introduction 1. Business Analysis of Aegean Airlines In 1999 founded the Aegean Airlines becomes the first Greek private company licensed aviation. Primary destinations were Athens, Thessaloniki and Heraklion. Then flights to Rhodes, Chania, Alexandroupoli, Kavala and Kerkyra. In March 2001 the company opens the Business Class service and joins forces with the Cronus Airlines and now travels to 11 destinations in Greece and abroad 7. In 2009 a very good year for Aegean after doing a proposal…

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  • Case Study Of Air India

    Air India: How to survive to live another day? When Rohit Nandan took over as the CMD of Air India in 2011, he had a single objective in his mind i.e. to recover India’s very own airline from the humungous debt that it had accumulated over the last few years. Starting as the flag bearer for India aviation industry, Air India had had many fruitful years, but in recent years it had nosedived to losses becoming one of the worst performing PSUs of India. Being a state owned enterprise, the attitude…

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  • Mactan Cebu Airport Case Study

    especially for persons with disabilities. In addition, a new parking space will be constructed which will accommodate 500-750 more cars. And, a variety of food and retail choices, malls, a casino, and a hotel will also be created. Currently, there are 23 Airline Partners that transport passengers to and from Cebu with 20 international destinations and 35 domestic routes. The growth of passenger…

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  • Air France Case Study

    France-KLM Group and an establishing individual from the SkyTeam worldwide aircraft collusion. Air France, was born on 07th october 1933, resulting from the combination of five French airlines, Air Union, Air Orient, Société Générale de Transport Aérien (SGTA), CIDNA and Aéropostale. It was among the few existing airlines to have been founded before World War II The carrier's worldwide center is at Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport, with Paris Orly Airport, Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport,…

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  • Swot Analysis Of Jetstar

    fares to enable and attract more people to fly to more destinations often. This is a low-cost carrier airline in Australia. It is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Qantas Group. Jetstar operates an extensive domestic network and is the world’s largest long-haul low cost carrier. Jetstar also operates in Asia and has future plans of expanding their service internationally. It is the first airline in Australia to allow customers to select their seat upon booking. Jetstar only operates in the…

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  • Etihad Airways Case Study

    Etihad airway is one of the most successful airlines as it has already been recognized as the World’s leading airline three times consecutively. The success of Etihad airways just established within just ten years as is recognized as one of the fast growing airlines in the history of commercial aviation. The airline was founded in July 2003 by the Royal (Amiri) decree and started its operations on November 2003. They are known to be the national airlines of United Arab Emirates with their head…

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  • Airline Airlines Case Study

    SAA employees) o Where is SAA’s biggest shortfall in terms of skills? How does that affect the airline? o How does the airline build and source those skills at the moment? Looking 10/20 years into the future, where will SAA come short in terms of skills? o What are the foundation skills that need to be built at school level to get students to get into aviation specialist areas? o How did the airline do in its last recruitment for pilot training candidates? o How can SAA use its…

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  • Advantages And Disadvantages Of Price Discrimination In The Caribbean

    Price discrimination is when a company sells to different consumers, the same or similar product or service at a different price, even though the production costs are the same. Examples of price discrimination may include: • The varying price of airline tickets depending on the season and/or day of the week. • Carnival fetes where the cost of tickets are reduced for persons purchasing early or “Ladies free before 11”. • A lower price being charged to customers who purchase a larger quantity of…

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  • Aviation Emission

    increasing trend in the airlines industry, the environmental impact on aviation is becoming a critical issue for the future of flights. The current level of emission are forecast to grow in absolute tonnes and even more so as aproportion to total emissions…

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  • Business Ethics Case Study: Southwest Airlines Case

    Southwest Airlines Case 1. Objective Finding ● Website glitch and mobile app problems hindering the customers’ ability to manage their travel plans or check-in for flights as well as causing flights delay and cancellation. ● Violating safety standards; keeping plan maintenance issues hidden, or missed inceptions, subjecting the company to penalties from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) ● Complaints of racial misconduct from both Southwest’s employees and customers as well (e.g.…

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