Air Asia

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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. Focusing on the low-cost, long-haul segment - AirAsia X was established in 2007 to provide high-frequency and point-to-point networks to the long-haul business. AirAsia X’s cost…show more content…
Particularly when new entrants are diversifying from other markets, they can leverage existing capabilities and cash flows to shake up competition like Apple did when it entered the music distribution business. The threat of new entry therefore, puts a cap on the profit potential of an industry. The threat to Air Asia is relatively less as the capital required to enter the industry is quite high. However, potential new entrants from full service carriers with a surplus capital could be threats in the future and long-term. * The Power of Buyers Powerful customer-the flip side of powerful suppliers-can capture more value by forcing down prices, demanding better quality or more service, and generally playing industry participants off against one another at the expense of industry profitability. Buyers are powerful if they have negotiating leverage relative to industry participants, especially if they are price sensitive, using their clout primarily to pressure price reduction. The bargaining power of the buyers is very high as now a day’s tickets can be booked online and if they can go for the cheapest fares and there is not much cost involved in it. * Offered Different Product The threat of a substitute is high if it offers an attractive price

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