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    Airline industry analysis by Porter’s Five Forces

    The Airline industry provides a very unique service to its customers. It transports people with a high level of convenience and efficiency that cannot not be provided by any other industry or substitute. Airline companies pride themselves on the way they treat their customer during the flight. They have things such as food, drinks, entertainment, […] More

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    Virgin Airline

    Virgin Atlantic is embedding sustainability at the core of our business. We recognise the growing impact air travel has on the environment, and are seeking to address this as best as we can. There are many projects in place across the business to make this a reality, both in the air and on the ground. […] More

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    The U.S. Airline Industry

    The U.S. airline industry provides a unique service to its customers. It transports people and goods with efficiency and convenience which is not achieved by any other service. The purpose of this article is to collect data on the U.S. airline industry and analyze the state of the industry today. Data came from sources such […] More

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    Southwest Airline

    Southwest Airlines was introduced in Texas on June 18, 1971 with three Boeing 737 airplanes and only serving three cities of Texas which included Houston, Dallas and San Antonio. The company came a long way since 1971; today Southwest Airlines has 537 Boeing 737 airplanes and serving 68 cities around the US. Southwest Airlines has […] More

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    Malaysian airline

    Purposes: In general, a brand’s reputation of Airlines Company might be very important in the eye of people (society). In fact, brand is consider as a promise to customers “setting up expectations” and with a strong brand it deliver on what it promises by the development of a strong reputation (Aaker 2009, p. 3). This […] More

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    Airline Industry

    1. Analysis Industry: Airline Industry In the case study two groups of competitors were acknowledged: legacy carriers and the low cost carriers (LCC). The legacy carriers included most of the best-known U.S. Airlines, like United, Delta or American Airlines. These airlines used the “Hub and Spoke” model as their operations system. The LCC, including used […] More

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    Industry Analysis: Airline Companies

    The airlines industry contains diverse types of players that compete in distinctive niches each with different business models. Airline companies owned by the State characterized the airlines industry into the 1980s. Because of privatization, this model no longer exists in Europe or in the U.S., but it is still present in Asia and Africa. Standard […] More

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    Five Force Analysis of Southwest Airline

    1. The threat of new entrants. In terms of economies of scale, Southwest fleet grew to 537 Boeing 737 aircraft providing service to 64 cities in 32 states throughout the United States, with 397 city pairs being served nonstop, by the end of 2008, thus has reached sufficient economies of scale. And Southwest Airline gains […] More

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    Trends and developments in the airline industry

    Introduction The airline industry is a large and growing industry which is, because of the great everchanging environment it operates in, forced to constantly adapt and enhance business models in order to survive, compete and to generate profits. In this context this report will investigate the developments and trends and their importance in the airline […] More

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    The US Airline Industry

    1. Assess the overall financial performance of the US airline industry during the past 20 years. The financial performance of the US airline industry has been somewhat of a roller-coaster, the industry has seen its structure change more than once. It being regulated and deregulated over the years. Many investors would agree that putting one´s […] More

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    Competitive advantage in the airline industry

    The airline industry has grown tremendously over the last few years. In the past, there were very few airlines operating across the world. However, today there is a great development in the industry. The growth of the airline market has led to a lot of competition amongst the stakeholders. The development of an effective strategy […] More