Airlines Essays

  • Emirates Airlines: The Success Of Airline: Emirates Airlines

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    Introduction Emirates Airlines is the international aviation organization based in the United Arab Emirates providing commercial air transportation services across the world, and it has become third largest airline of the world from the capacity and number of international passengers. However, Emirates Airline has just passed their 30th anniversary in this year. Even UAE has not been passed many years, it could be reached countless achievements over the last thirty years. From the 1985, which is

  • Emirates Airlines: The Success Of Emirates Airlines

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    history of this incredible company that is combined with the massive development of Dubai has been and still a very amazing story. Despite the region and global economic changes and almost volatile, it has been maintained of progress in emirates airlines. A combination of business intelligence, desire and savvy investment set in motion a series of events which have drive Emirates to amongst the most respected and recognized brands in the world. There was two airplane a leased Boeing 737 and an Airbus

  • Delta Airlines

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    While sitting in Atlanta’s Hartsfield International Airport, one cannot help but to notice and feel an overwhelming dominant presence of one particular airline. Delta as we know it today, traces its roots way back to 1924. Huff Daland Dusters was founded as the world’s first aerial crop dusting organization. In 1928 the company became Delta Air Service, and the following year Delta carried its first passengers over a route stretching from Dallas, Texas to Jackson, Mississippi with stops in Shreveport

  • Southwest Airlines

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    Southwest Airlines strategy of focusing on short haul passenger and providing rates as low as one third of their competitors, they have seen tremendous growth in the last decade. Market share for top city pairs on Southwest's schedule has reached 80% to 85%. Maintaining the largest fleet of 737's in the world and utilizing point-to-point versus the hub-and-spoke method of connection philosophy allowed Southwest to provide their service to more people at a lower cost. By putting the employee first

  • Southwest Airlines

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    Southwest Airlines, Key Facts: Niche strategy. Concept: • Concentrate in underutilized airports • 1 type of aircraft – fuel-efficient 737 (1994 – more that 200 planes) • Frequent, on-time departures • Low cost fares, only 2 types of fares per root • No seats assigned, no meals • Point-to-point roots • Higher equipment initialization, shorter turn-around times Competitive advantage: • Cost structure • "The workforce is dedicated to the company. They're Moonies basically. That's the way

  • A Comparison Of American Airlines And Spirit Airlines

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    The objective of this research report is to provide a thorough analysis of Alaska Airlines. In order to do this we chose to compare a similar company against them. The company in comparison is Spirit Airlines. Both companies compete in the same type of business through airline transportation. Many of their services include; security, safety, transportation of passengers as well as luggage, ensuring vehicle safety while in transit, concierge services, providing entertainment aboard plane, checking

  • Cost Of Airline Cost

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    prices as well. Airports play a huge factor in the price as well. Typically, larger airports offer lower price, but the small regional airports cost more. A lot goes into determining the cost of airline tickets and that is why it is always in a constant flux. Airports require upkeep while the different airlines are trying to make a profit. The most common cause for the changing in ticket prices that is not listed above is the cost of fuel and

  • Singapore Airlines

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    Introduction Singapore Airlines (SIA) was created in 1972 and was fully state owned. The company expanded rapidly, and with a strategy of concentrating on customer needs by providing exceptional in-flight service, the airline quickly became a noteworthy competitor in the market. During its formative period in the 1970s, SIA developed all the hallmarks that made it one of the most successful and consistently profitable airlines in the world. Through a constant investment in personnel skills and

  • Spirit Airlines: An Unorthodox Airline

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    Spirit Airlines has long been considered an unorthodox airline. They, of course, address all four P’s in their marketing strategy; however, they focus a large amount of their effort on price and promotion. They focus on cutting price through “unbundling”. They focus on promotion through taking advantage of social issues and breaking news. Many advertisements and deals promoted by Spirit have given the public a definite shock-factor. Spirit has made two objectives very clear: they are furious

  • Southwest Airlines

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    Southwest Airlines This paper evaluates the key financial challenges facing organizations in Risk Management, Managing International Acquisitions, and Managing Working Capital simulations. Secondly, an evaluation of Southwest Airlines (SWA) management of working capital and the optimal financial strategies employed is presented. Also evaluated are the potential improvements in financial performance along with long-term and short-term strategies. Lastly, considered in this paper is whether a

  • The Airline Industry

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    The topic in which I chose to do a scrapbook on was “How the government affects the airline industry in Canada”. Specifically I chose articles that related to the aftermaths of the September 11th tragedy. This event affected airlines in an enormous manner. Many airlines were facing economical problems and in turned asked the government for assistance. As a result, Canada 3000, which was Canada’s second largest airline carrier filed for bankruptcy protection on October 11th. Air Canada was also faced

  • Essay On Airline Industry

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    The airline industry being the fastest means of transportation plays a vital role in the Nigerian economy in multifaceted dimensions. As noted by Jacobson (2004) airline operations have several dimensions to it namely, first, it enhances globalization and increases economic cooperation among nations. Next, it facilitates international movement of goods, services and factors of production. Thirdly, it creates its impact by directly providing job opportunities and indirectly by creation of opportunities

  • The Airline Oligopoly

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    relationship that the airlines had with each other. Airlines did not compete, they co-existed. When profits were low for the airline industry, prices went up across the board. The only difference between regulation and an oligopoly is under regulation the airlines did not choose to not compete, it was simply not permitted. Regulation was a government mandated oligopoly and most of the airlines didn't want it any other way. It should be of little surprise then that ever since the airline industry was

  • Ryanair Airline

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    Executive summary This report is analysis internal and task environments (Porter’s five forces) on the European airline industry include general airline and budget airline and identity Ryanair. After that, student needs to use SWOT to analysis on Ryanair. Finally, students need to mention how Ryanair to delivery the strategy. Firstly, I read all of the information from case study, that mention a lot of Ryanair background, strategy, objective and competitors. After that, I started to my online research

  • Airline Industry

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    Industry Overview History of Airline Industry In 1903, the Wright brothers' first successful flight in Kitty Hawk, North Carolina marked the beginning of the aviation industry. In the early years, the public did not embrace airplane travel as an option, thinking that it was too dangerous. In 1927, Charles Lindbergh successfully completed his first solo flight across the Atlantic Ocean and created a massive interest in flying with the general public. After this, a variety of air transport holding

  • Continental Airlines

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    1.     Continental Airlines, like other companies in the airline industry, is a volatile organization. However, Continental has many strengths that have allowed it to prevail through tough times and avoid complete ruin. The CEO of Continental Airlines played an important role in reviving the company. His “Go Forward Plan” vocalized the strategy of the company and focused on every aspect of the organization. Continental has a well-defined target market, providing services to upper-class and business

  • Southwest Airlines

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    This is the historic background of an American Airline company called the Southwest Airlines Co. based in Dallas which still exists and operates with great success between 57 cities in 26 states of the US, by over 300 airplanes , providing primarily short-haul, high frequency, point to point, low fare service . Through this essay we will see an analysis of the company’s advantages and disadvantages through a SWOT Analysis. We will try to localize the problems of the company at the time and in the

  • Overview of Airline Industry

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    of Airline Industry Air travel has grown in the past decade. Travel grew strongly for both leisure and business purposes. India will have nearly 800 to 1000 airplanes by 2023, it was estimated by Airbus. In spite of growth between 30 to 50 per cent in Indian aviation industry, losses of approximately 2200 crore is estimated for the current year. During 19991-1992, Modiluft, East West and Damania went bankrupt. Air Sahara and Jet Airways survived along with government own Indian Airlines because

  • Southwest Airlines

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    Executive Summary Southwest Airlines is competing with "Shuttle by United" head to head in about 9 routes. United has just announced that it is discontinuing its Oakland - Ontario route and hiking the fares in all the 14 routes by $10, which calculated to be 14.5% increase in the fare. Southwest has to respond effectively to these unexpected developments and has to act accordingly while maintaining their current low fare image and increasing their daily operating profits. We have considered the

  • Southwest Airlines

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    Southwest Airlines In the airline industry, Southwest Airlines is considered a true innovator. By shaking up the rules of flying and improving upon inefficient industry norms, Southwest has quickly grown by leaps and bounds. From the very start, Southwest Airlines' goals were to make a profit, achieve job security for every employee, and make flying affordable for more people (Southwest,2007). Southwest has not strayed from these goals. It does not buy huge aircrafts, fly international routes