Management Accounting Of British Airways

1573 WordsJan 15, 20167 Pages
Management Accounting of British Airways This report is produced to explain how management accounting can help to assist management of British Airways. This report includes how British airways began its operation, the various services it provides, competitors and how management accounting techniques help grow the organisation. This report focuses on background of the British Airways, company analysis, and cost analysis and how management accounting techniques can assist Management of British Airways. Background of the company British Airways Plc. (BA) is one of the largest airlines and also a flag carrier of United Kingdom. It serves more than 180 destinations and to 160 countries worldwide. It has always been considered as one of the leading airlines and is also known for its excellence, quality, full air and ground services (Corporate Responsibility, 2009).British Airways is the founding member of Oneworld airline alliance. In January 2011, it merged with Iberia of Spain to create International Airlines Group (IAG), the third largest airline group in terms of revenue. (Iairgroup.com, 2015) The fundamental assets of British Airways are its balanced of network of operation from London Airports. It offers innovative range of products and services from passenger services, engineering to cargo services. (Britishairways.com, 2009)The main objective of BA is to be the airline of choice for long journeys, delivering an outstanding service for customers. It aims to increase global
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