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  • The Value Carrier Model Of Aer Lingus: One Of National Airlines

    Aer Lingus is the one of the national airlines in Ireland. Its headquarters are at Dublin airport. A fleet of 47 Airbus aircraft are operated by Aer Lingus, and the company carries over 10 million passengers per year on mainline and Regional services. The company also offers airport services and in-flight services, as well as cargo transportation services, mainly on its long-haul routes. Its cargo services include direct services between cities in Ireland the United States, Europe and the UK,…

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  • Cathay Pacific: Case Study: Singapore Airlines

    Singapore Airlines (SIA) was founded back in 1947 and was formerly known as Malayan Airways Limited. The airline has grown and is now widely known among many Singaporeans and others around the world. Currently, Singapore Airlines has a total of 111 fleets flying to 64 different destinations (Singapore Airlines, 2016). One of its closest competitors, Cathay Pacific (CP) has been in the industry since 1946 and has a total of 145 fleets flying up to 70 different destinations(Cathay Pacific, 2016).…

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  • Southwest Airlines Situation Analysis

    Management and Situation Analysis for the Passenger Airline Market Due to increased competition from other airlines such as JetBlue and Delta, who focus on the customer experience, both United Airlines (UA) and Southwest Airlines (SW) are reevaluating their corporate strategies to remain competitive in a crowded marketplace. United Airlines (UA) is one of the oldest and largest airlines in the world. Currently the airline is going through the process of upgrading its airplanes and merging with…

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  • Aeroflot Case Study Swot

    STRENGTHS 1. A large market share in the segment of passenger air transport, where the share of Aeroflot is more than 30%, and in the segment of cargo air transportation, where the company's share reaches 20%. 2. Aeroflot's fleet is the youngest in Russia. 3. High fuel efficiency fleet of the Company. 4. Opportunity to attract cheap debt resources. 5. Availability of own terminal. 6. Receipt of royalties for Transsiberian flights, allow Aeroflot to receive additional income. 7. Long-term…

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  • Difference Between Cirrus And Cesna

    Cirrus vs Cessna Flying a Cessna is great experience. Flying a Cirrus is a spectacular experience. Although both of these are aircrafts that do the same thing, they are very different. Technology has come a long way in aviation and especially in the new 2017 cirrus. Comparing to the 1970’s Cessna’s which is the common aircrafts flown right now, there has been a huge noticeable difference in design and innovation. One of many differences in the Cirrus compared to the Cessna, is the avionics.…

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  • Avianca Research Paper

    Introduction of Avianca Airlines Avianca is the Colombian national airline carrier, founded on December 5th, 1919, and is the second oldest airline in the world after KLM airlines. (Timothy, 2013) Avianca is a historical airline created by a group of people from Colombia and Germany and was registered under the name of SCADTA meaning Sociedad Colombo Alemana de Transporte Aereo in the city of Barranquilla. (Avianca, 2017b) Transportes Aereos Centroamericanos (TACA) was founded in 1931 in…

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  • Singapore Airlines Case Study

    1. The PESTLE framework is used to understand the political, economic, social, technological, legal and environmental forces affecting an industry and its incumbent organizations: • Political: Singapore Airline is the national air carrier for the company and it represent the country by carrying its national flag thus if the country has any national political problem will have a major impact on the operation of the airline industrial. • Economic: The major effect on Airline business is Fuel and…

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  • Indiago Airlines Case Study

    Challenges of INDIGO airlines ➢ Issue: The growth and expansion strategy of INDIGO airlines, the rapid growth of INDIGO airlines led to the scorching report to the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) .In 2012, INDIGO airlines have made a large order of airbus in commercial aviation history. ➢ Solution: India is one of the fastest growing countries in aviation industry. The INDIGO airlines is the most successful airlines due to its operational efficiency, it took a different approach to…

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  • SMBC Aviation Capital Case Study

    SMBC AVIATION 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…

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  • Advantages And Disadvantages Of Virgin Airlines

    The airline industry has grown modernization over the last few years. In the past, there were very few airlines operating across the world. Every airlines in the world need to have right leadership and strong management team to succeed in the air transport industry. To achieve objectives and mission, Top level management need to have the best strategy during setting overall goals and to assess whether the objectives are being met. They also need to acknowledge entire management team and…

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