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  • The Airlines And The Airline Industry

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    The airline industry has been around for years, it has suffered its ups and downs due to attacks such as the one that occurred in September 11, and even most recent as the Paris attack that occurred this past year. Major Airlines have suffered a decline in their profitability which has forced many airlines to file for bankruptcy. However, when bad times hit an industry some companies are forced to quit, while others are forced to change their strategy and continue moving forward. In the airline industry

  • American Airlines: Southwest Airlines

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    South west airline is among the largest America carrier in terms of customer boarding. The company which embarked its operations on three major Texas cities, which are Dallas, Houston and San Antonio, in 1971, has expanded rapidly, and operates over 350 Boeing 737 aircraft all over the United States. The company has the lowest operating cost structure in the domestic airline industry, whereby it provides primarily short haul, high frequency, point-to-point, and the lowest and simplest fares. The

  • Singapore Airlines

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    Case 10: Singapore Airlines: Customer Service Innovation (A) I. Executive Summary This marketing plan has been created for the purpose of promoting Singapore Airlines (SIA) services in order to increase market, profits and brand image to the entire global community. SIA has been providing airline service for the past few decades to currently 64 cities in 35 countries on 5 different continents. Currently SIA is ranked number one in the world in international airline travel service. In

  • Southwest Airlines And The Airline Industry

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    Southwest Airlines, a cost leader in the airline industry, was faced with an important decision on whether or not to enter LaGuardia Airport’s expensive, heavily regulated and congested market. How does a leader airline in discount airfare, continue to expand into high traffic markets without compromising its core strategies and disrupting its existing network? Founded in 1967, Southwest entered the airline industry at a time when interstate travel was heavily regulated by the Civil Aeronautics Board

  • Continental Airlines

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    Case Study > Data Warehousing Continental Airlines I. Executive Summary Table of Contents I II III IV V Executive Summary The Decision to Invest Implementation New Business Strategies ROI 2 4 6 9 19 20 Technical Appendix A Continental’s comeback from “Worst to First” is an airline industry legend. Now the company is engaged in a new initiative to move from “First to Favorite.” To support this ambitious initiative, Continental tapped into its Enterprise Data Warehouse and expanded it

  • Operations of Airlines

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    “The world commercial airline industry is one of the most diverse, dynamic and perplexing in the world ” (Globale Airline Industry Program). The airports are exceptionally complex facilities and highly renowned for the variety of services and resources it provides to both the airlines and its users. Airlines and airports are inextricably intertwined together and none of them can survive without the other. The aviation industry is growing at an exponential rate. The demands for an effective and efficient

  • Emirates Airlines

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    limitations affect the Emirates Airlines; the largest airline of the Middle East, and the seventh largest in the world (Emirates, 2015). In today's age of intense competition and globalization, establishing service quality is one of the most vital sources to gain a competitive advantage for any service industry. One of the best examples of the service industry is the airline industry, and is becoming more competitive due to the vast choice of airlines and also deregulation of airlines. It has also been suggested

  • Airways Airlines

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    Commercial airlines provide a bevy of services to customers and often differentiate ever so minuscule to win customers from rival airlines. Not only are airlines competing amongst one another for customers but adverse situations such as adverse weather, equipment failures and Transport Security Administration (TSA). Airlines are competing with each other while the customers are debating if they want to deal with the stress of flying. Airlines offer services or amenities to make it more appealing

  • Delta Airlines

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    Delta’s revenues. After 911 Attacks, the demand decreased. DeltaExpress, Delta’s low-cost subsidiary, is launched to respond LCCs threat but it is not as successful as it was thought it would be. Delta’s current Strategy: Delta mainline is a legacy airline and competes utilizing its low price and productivity. DeltaExpress tries to build on Delta’s leading position. DeltaExpress is an integral part of Delta and centrally managed in terms of pricing, flight frequency and routing and all the resources

  • Airline Industry : Southwest Airlines

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    Southwest Airlines, founded in 1967, entered the airline industry at a time when the interstate travel was heavily regulated by the Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB).10 Some of those regulations are airlines were not allowed to discount fares even when their planes were at half capacity, airlines were not able to add new routes or remove old routes, and new carriers were not allowed to enter the interstate airline travel.10 Due to these regulations on the interstate market and seeing the success of