Table of Contents Table of Contents Executive Summary 3 Strategic Analysis for UPS 4 Organizational Plan for UPS 4 Companies 5 Services 6 The Marketing Plan for UPS 11 Whiteboard Campaign 11 NASCAR Campaign 11 The Operating Plan for UPS 12 Global Trade 13 Infrastructure 14 Customs 14 The Financial Plan for UPS 15 Results 15 Cash Position 16 Supporting Documents 16 UPS FACT SHEET 16 Awards 18 Conclusion 18 References 19 Executive Summary In 1907, a 19 year old entrepreneur James E. Casey and his partner developed a business for the Seattle,
In 2015, American Airlines (AA) posted a record profit of $7.6 billion, which also included special items. A large portion of this gain came from the forth Quarter, which netted a $3.3 billion profit. AA credits a large portion of their success in 2015 to the plummeting oil prices, which was warmly welcomed across the airline industry. Fuel, which is a third of AA’s operating cost, declined 40.8% in consolidated cost.
The “ Battle Of The Air” has been used to describe current situation in the airline industry. The emergence of “ No Frills “ discount carriers such as Air Asia, Mahlindo, Firefly have threatened the survival of the traditional giants such as MAS, SIA, Thai Airways in the APAC regions and even the Big Boys across the continents such as United, Delta, Continental, Luftansa, Emirates and US Airway ( Myron J.Smith, 2012 ) face competition
Air Asia is the founder of low cost airlines in the Asia region since the advent of deregulation by Malaysian Government in late 90’s which in itself is a very important economic factor, without deregulation a low cost Airline cannot enter the market. For the reason that of Air Asia’s lower price, the factors affected are the
STRENGTHS i. Strong Branding and Marketing AirAsia’s brand name is well-established in Asia Pacific. It expanded its route network aggressively in local and international destinations. At the end of 2002, it has covered all the major destinations in Malaysia and operated in over 25 countries and over 400 international and national destinations. Due to those aggressive expansion, AirAsia is able to penetrate and stimulate the potential market, and successfully gained the customers loyalty among the local and international market. Based on the research, most of the customers are loyal to AirAsia and willing to choose AirAsia again when they
Mission To grow a profitable airline with a passion for excellence, our customers, our people, and the spirit of Hawaii.
In 2010, views on whether low-fare airlines would continue to flourish in Asia varied. Three factors regulation, population demographics, and socioeconomic trends -drove this calculus. Although the target consumer base for AirAsia was enormous -more than 500 million
* Added more advanced, next generation, aircrafts * Set goals for 2016 to be 1 out of 5 most successful airlines in the world
Every airline will has its cost advantages over its large overhead expenses. The airlines has well develop of technology infrastructure to support the low cost of its operation. This can be seen through the company use technology to automate customer processing and maximize load on flights. To minimize the expense for maintenance and parts inventory, the company strengthen operational cost containment through very low staff levels, lack of amenities on flights and standardisation of aircraft. The low cost of operation can help to boost up the business of Air Asia Company. Air Asia Company will continuously focus on maintaining a low cost base in order to keep its advantages and gain more
Product BA’s product in essence relates to the flights offered. However, the product can be drilled down into specific areas ranging from the airport lounges around the world, the ‘extras’ that you can buy on board such as model BA aeroplanes or even package holidays. Each of these has been specifically tailored to meet customer expectations (which are highlighted in the section of the report titled ‘target market’). This part of the marketing mix focuses on how BA’s products are managed and in the Guardian case study article titled ‘BA, Iberia and American Airlines tie-up heralds new era of transatlantic travel’ dated 06/10/2010 it shows how BA have made an executive decision to link their websites with other companies to have the possibility to offer a higher number of routes (products) to their potential customers.
Air Asia: Strategic management report Intoduction Air Asia was founded in 1993 and has since grown to be one of the biggest airlines in the world. It initially operated in Malaysia and currently operates in over 25 countries (Ricart and Wang 2005). It began operations in October 1996, operating out of Kuala Lumpur as its central location (Ricart and Wang 2005). The airline was bought by Tune Air in 2001 for one ringgit, the equivalent of 0.26 US cents, at a time when the company had $10.5 million debt (Ahmad 2010). Tune Air comprised of three initial Malaysian investors, Tony Fernandes and Connor McCarthy (Ricart and Wang 2005). With Fernandes, a former Time Warner executive, at the helm, and McCarthy, RyanAir’s former director of
Mission statement – To grow a profitable airline, where people love to fly and where people love to
Tiger Airways Marketing ---Introduction to Marketing Group members: Li Ruixuan G1088717N Chen Yi G1071173N Nguyen Thanh Tung G1086336N He Xingzhang G1092425T Course: Bachelor of Applied Management Subject: Introduction to Marketing Executive Summary Since the late of last century, the business model of low cost airline represented by Southwest Airlines has been spreading all over the world, has influence and changed the framework and development of the world airline industry.
NATURE OF BUSINESS Air Asia leading airline was established with the dream of making flying possible for everyone. Since 2001, Air Asia has swiftly broken travel norms around the globe and has risen to become the world’s best. With a route network that spans through to over 20 countries, Air Asia continues to pave the way for low-cost aviation through our innovative solutions, efficient processes and a passionate approach to business. Together with our associate companies, Air Asia X, Thai Air Asia, Indonesia Air Asia, Philippines Air Asia and Japan Air Asia.
To be able to adjust with stiff competition that keep increasing in the airlines market, airlines industries tend to come up with different approaches and strategies to be more competitive. Air Asia, like any other airlines adopt strategic approach to marketing and expand their market reach and give better and satisfying service delivery to their target market. Being an industry that considers differentiation strategy, Air Asia continue to focus on their low cost approach, frequently flights approach, guest convenience, ticketless services, easy payment channels, internet booking, reservations and sales offices, and authorized travel