Delta Airlines in a major American airline company headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, United States. The company was founded on May 30, 1924. They operate as an extensive domestic and international network. Delta currently operates a fleet of more than 700 aircraft and they employ approximately 80,000 people. In 2011 they
DELTA Airlines This paper covers an overview of Delta Airline’s company and industry analysis. The company analysis involves an assessment of Delta’s mission statement, strategies, and market and financial performance. On the other hand, industry analysis covers industry attractiveness, future prospects and firm-level comparisons.
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY This report provides an examinaion of the current structure, performance, stragergy and management of Delta Airlines, along with an industry analysis of the airline industry. The report uses current and past financial and statistical data for the company along with other up to date material to determine Delta's current
What makes Delta airlines unique is their participation within charitable groups. The employees at Delta Airlines list as one of the top donors of blood to the American Red Cross (Delta, 2016). The employees of Delta also partnered up with a Humanitarian group to help build homes for families as well as volunteered their time through community sponsored events that Delta has had. United way has also been funded by Delta (Delta, 2016). These are just some of the charitable things that Delta has contributed to. Their client base it simple; meaning there client based is for anyone who chooses to use their services. They have a variety of options for their customers when purchasing tickets such as flying economy class, business class and or first class. Each class comes with a certain advantage such as flying first class, you have more seat space and along with accelerated check in and baggage handling. Delta Airlines like others have many competitors. One of their main competitors who is trying to thrive within the industry is
While Frontier and Delta are both popular choices of airlines for Americans, Delta has become more of a household name because of their friendlier service, more comfortable cabins, and their limited extras fees. Frontier airline still is a worthy competitor by being cheaper, but they also have many added on fees for things that are free with Delta. Overall, Delta knows how to take better care of their customers and make sure everyone is satisfied.
Delta Airlines is the largest airline carrier on the Atlantic Coast. In terms of scheduled passengers carried they were world’s largest airline with 277.6 billion in 2013. Also the second largest
In this case study Pete refers to what the Delta Airlines accountant told him in response to his inquiry as to why his bonus did not include the $5,000,000 sale placed on December 30th, “something about matching revenues and expenses.” (Warren, Reeve, Duchac, 2016) Pete and Sonia are questioning when
Two organizations that I choose to compare are Southwest Airlines and Delta Airlines. I noticed that between the two airlines they both give the option for customers to book a flight, hotel, car, or vacation very clear. They place the options on of the page where anyone that is interested in flying with them wouldn’t have a hard time finding it. On the homepage you also notice that there are deals available which interest many customers. Many airlines charge extra for bags, but Southwest and Delta advertise on their website about free bag check-in. In my opinion southwest website has the best site. The colors are vibrant and draw a lot of customers’ attention. Also, I feel like the page is easier to operate compare to Delta. Everything that
Operational Overview Southwest Airlines is a passenger airline company that arranges and provides scheduled flights for passenger and transportation freight services. The company mainly provides, low-fare, point-to-point services all over the US and near-international markets. The headquarters is located in Dallas, Texas and as of December 2014, the company employed
The company I chose to research is Delta which is in the airlines industry. Delta is one of the world’s largest global airlines that assist more than 160 million travelers get to destinations around the world. The company started in 1924 as a small aerial crop dusting operation known as Huff Daland Dusters. In 1929 Delta had its first passenger flights that went from Dallas, Texas to Jackson, Mississippi. This flight was taken on an airplane that carried 5 passengers and 1 pilot. Delta has been offering its service to customers for 85 years. For four consecutive years, Delta has been ranked No. 1 in the Business Travel News Annual Airline survey. This is a huge accomplishment because it is a first for any airline. It is important
For my news report I turned to the website Prnewsonline.com and I supplemented my research with information from the BET website. These websites were incredibly helpful in my research gathering process. I feel that these sources were reliable and for the most part unbiased news sources in which I could gather accurate and relevant information to my issue.
Delta Air Lines began in the early 1920’s as a crop dusting operation, known as the Huff Daland crop dusting company, and was based out of Macon, Ga. This was the first agricultural flying company in existence at the time and grew into the world’s largest privately owned fleet of aircraft (18 planes) by the mid 1920’s. At the turn of the decade, co-founder C.E. Woolman lead a movement to purchase Huff Daland and re-branded the company as Delta Air Service, named after the Mississippi River Delta region the company would navigate.
IV. The Future of the Airline Industry The Airline Industry is in an interesting situation. Simply adding a low cost alternative is not enough in the industry. The Internet has made the power of buyers grow with the transparency of ticket prices. This is not something that will change any time
The airline which is categorized as a regional airline is known for its profitability and excellent customer service within the transportation industry (SWA, 2015).
Other core strategy is flying to win customer and by observing and studying the non-financial aspect during the implementation of BTP1, they succeed in maintaining the customers’ value. This resulted in MAS receiving 11 non financial-awards during this phase including 5-Star Airline Award, 2006 and 2007 from Skytrax, Best Airline to Asia, 2006, Travel Weekly Globe Award and numerous cabin service awards from Skytrax, Readers Digest