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  • An Analysis of the Operation Model and Pricing Strategy of Airline Industries

    An Analysis of the Operation Model and Pricing Strategy of Airline Industries

    Application of Game Theory in Airline Network Industries An analysis of the operation model and pricing strategy of airline industries Ying Qiao, Wenjia Wang, Shengyang Xu 2011/9/5   Catalog Abstract 1 Keywords 1 Presumption 2 Model of the game 2 1. Introduction 2 2. Static game 2 3. Dynamic game with perfect information 4 Solution 7 1. Static game 7 2. Dynamic game 8 Conjecture 9 Reference 9 Abstract We apply game theory into a

    Essay Length: 1,243 Words / 5 Pages
    Submitted: November 16, 2011 Autor: moto
  • A Strategic Analysis of the Airline Industry Based on Virgin Atlantic Airways

    A Strategic Analysis of the Airline Industry Based on Virgin Atlantic Airways

    A Strategic Analysis of the Airline Industry Based on Virgin Atlantic Airways Executive Summary Introduction I will be looking in in detail at the airline industry in which Virgin Atlantic operates and will conduct a strategic analysis. An organisation must be aware of the environment in which they operate as not only does the operating environment provide them with the tools they need to survive, it can also be detrimental to an organisation should they

    Essay Length: 480 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: March 22, 2012 Autor: lindachad
  • Five Force Analysis for the Us Airline Industry and Conclusion from the Analysis

    Five Force Analysis for the Us Airline Industry and Conclusion from the Analysis

    Five force analysis for the US airline industry and conclusion from the analysis. The airline industry is a sector where strategy plays an important role in the globalization of other industries and, leads to economic growth. However, all airlines within the industry operate in a highly dynamic environment. This industry faces severe financial distress due to oil crisis, recessions and terrorist attacks, In order to survive, and do well, the business needs to evaluate its

    Essay Length: 976 Words / 4 Pages
    Submitted: June 6, 2013 Autor: ranadesampada
  • Airline Industry Analysis

    Airline Industry Analysis

    Case Analysis: Airline Industry Case Introduction The history of the Airline Industry has been up and down through the years. In the 1930's passengers were the industrys biggest customer and the rise of demand ensured the industry for rapid growth. Because of this increased demand Congress was led to establish CAB (Civil Aeronautics Board) a way for the government to regulate the industry and their competition. The CAB regulated the airlines by awarding routes, setting

    Essay Length: 1,525 Words / 7 Pages
    Submitted: April 30, 2014 Autor: simba
  • Indian Domestic Airlines (industry Analysis)

    Indian Domestic Airlines (industry Analysis)

    ________________ INTRODUCTION: India’s aviation industry is 9th largest aviation industry in the world , untapped with huge growth opportunities, considering that air transport is still expensive for major chunk of the country’s population, of which nearly 40% is the upwardly mobile middle class. In the July-September 2015, domestic air traffic increased to 20 million from 16 million . Total passengers carried in September 2015 increased 13 % on year on year basis to 8.7 mn

    Essay Length: 4,789 Words / 20 Pages
    Submitted: December 18, 2016 Autor: RAHUL RANJAN
  • Case Analysis of the Us Airline Industry in 2012

    Case Analysis of the Us Airline Industry in 2012

    CASE ANALYSIS OF THE US AIRWAY INDUSTRY Case Analysis of The US Airline Industry in 2012 Lacey J. Barrett Park University ________________ Abstract This paper serves to analyze problems that the US Airway Industry faced in 2012. Porter’s Five Forces of Competition Framework will be a major component in analyzing the problems in the US Airway Industry. The five forces include competition from substitutes, threat of entry, rivalry between established competitors, bargaining power of buyers,

    Essay Length: 1,270 Words / 6 Pages
    Submitted: September 30, 2017 Autor: wild_dove123
  • Airline Industry Financial Problems

    Airline Industry Financial Problems

    Airline industry financial problems The airline industry faces many financial problems in the current day economic and political climate. The events of 9/11/2001, while more than five years in the past, still cast a shadow over the marketplace for air travel. Subsequent problems in the middle east , together with far greater demand for oil, have led to fuel prices rising sharply. The old airlines, set within what are now inefficient ways are also facing

    Essay Length: 1,515 Words / 7 Pages
    Submitted: March 8, 2011 Autor: simba
  • A Brief History of Airline Industry

    A Brief History of Airline Industry

    Introduction 1.1 Industry Analysis A brief History of Airline Industry The story of people's desire to fly effortlessly in the open sky dates back to ancient times. We even have heard stories, epics, and histories depicting the desire to fly liberally in the open sky. This longing led number of people to try to fly with manmade feathers engraved within them, the result of which was nothing but failure. With invent of successful flight in

    Essay Length: 8,181 Words / 33 Pages
    Submitted: March 15, 2011 Autor: andrey
  • Five Forces Analysis - Automobiles Industry

    Five Forces Analysis - Automobiles Industry

    FIVE FORCES ANALYSIS The automobiles industry will be analyzed taking manufacturers of passenger cars, light trucks and motorcycles as players. The key buyers will be taken as independent dealers and distributors, and manufacturers of raw materials, assembled and semi-assembled components, and providers of energy, freight and transportation as the key suppliers. Rivalry is fierce, with the industry dominated by several multinational companies. There is a great deal of brand loyalty in this industry, which reduces

    Essay Length: 827 Words / 4 Pages
    Submitted: March 31, 2011 Autor: antoni
  • Deregulation of Airline Industry in America and Its Consequences

    Deregulation of Airline Industry in America and Its Consequences

    DEREGULATION IN THE AIRLINE INDUSTRY IN AMERICA AND IT'S CONSEQUENCES ____________________________ The deregulation of an industry is the removal of governmental forces that coerce the industry to function in a particular manner and the ingress of market forces that dynamically mould the industry into a competitive market place. In 1974, the US economy was in the greatest down turn since the Great Depression. Prices rose, jobs were lost and there was major discontent among people.

    Essay Length: 1,476 Words / 6 Pages
    Submitted: September 2, 2011 Autor: simba
  • Service and Relationship Marketing in Australian Airline Industry

    Service and Relationship Marketing in Australian Airline Industry

    EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Currently there are a lot of companies operating in the airline industry. There are some companies that focus on delivering good service to the customers while others focus on charging low cost fare to customers. In the Australian market, major players such as Qantas, Virgin Blue, Jet Star, and Tiger Airways have managed to survive in this highly competitive industry. Tiger Airways is one of the budget airliners that occupy a decent market

    Essay Length: 5,133 Words / 21 Pages
    Submitted: September 28, 2011 Autor: andrew
  • Financial Statement Analysis - Identify Industries

    Financial Statement Analysis - Identify Industries

    Company A has the highest unearned revenues among all the companies listed. Airlines and Defense contractor could be this kind of companies because most of their clients book the trip or pay the bill in advance. But there is no inventory for A, so it must be airlines which provide service only and have no any inventory. Company B, with relatively high unearned revenues and low inventory turnover, could be defense contractor. What’s more, this

    Essay Length: 423 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: October 24, 2011 Autor: zsj1986
  • Airline Industry

    Airline Industry

    In analyzing the world airline industry, we must make distinctions between two main segments: Domestic / regional segment This segment of the industry is mainly characterized by operating within a limited region (country or continent), using smaller aircrafts and consequently shorter flights. In this segment particularly, there is a fierce competition involving the major, low cost and regional/niche airlines, especially in the North American and European markets. International Long-Haul segment International business, long flights and

    Essay Length: 901 Words / 4 Pages
    Submitted: March 31, 2012 Autor: MDO08
  • The Us Airline Industry 2009

    The Us Airline Industry 2009

    The U.S. Airline Industry in 2009 Air travel is one of the major industries in the world and a highly aggressive sector. Air travel began in the year 1909 and by a century later U.S. airlines were failing. In the year 2009, there were at least 151 companies within the air travel business. Out of these 151 companies seven dominated the playing field; United, American, Delta, Northwestern, Continental, U.S. Airways and Southwest. What is causing

    Essay Length: 686 Words / 3 Pages
    Submitted: June 26, 2012 Autor: andrew
  • Structure Analysis of Industries

    Structure Analysis of Industries

    This article discuss about identifying the competitive forces in the industry and formulating competitive strategy in relating to its environment. The state of competition in an industry depends upon five basic competitive forces: 1. Rivalry among existing firms: Rivalry among existing competitors takes form of jockeying for position using tactics like price competition, advertising battles, increased warranties etc. Intense rivalry is related to presence of number of interacting structural factors like presence of numerous competitors

    Essay Length: 449 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: July 3, 2012 Autor: andrew
  • The U.S. Airlines Industry in 2009

    The U.S. Airlines Industry in 2009

    I am currently working on my second paper for my master. I am looking for an example of a case study to make sure I am headed the right way. As my first case study was not quite what I expected. My case study is on U.S. Airline Industry in 2009. How the industry started in 2009, and a century later the U.S. How even though there are 151 airline companies there are only 7

    Essay Length: 279 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: September 2, 2012 Autor: AlmaKamps
  • Rfid in Airline Industry

    Rfid in Airline Industry

    RFID in Airline Industry EX: Airbus / Boeing Team Members Babita Sehgal Sudhakar Kondeti Romit Banerjee Kevin Darius Using RFID in Airline Industry 1. Introduction In this case study we will present the topic "Using RFID to Enhance Supply Chain Visibility" in the Airline industry. We will introduce the RFID technology; how it can optimize the overall supply chain performance by focusing on the supply chain visibility aspect, and then we will conduct a case

    Essay Length: 3,726 Words / 15 Pages
    Submitted: September 7, 2012 Autor: sunitha6666
  • Us Airline Industry Case Study

    Us Airline Industry Case Study

    US Airline Industry Case Study 1. Introduction In the following article, we will analyze an industry that has been heavily criticized due to its inability to generate profits. The financial performance of the US airline industry has been somewhat of a roller-coaster over the past 20 years. It is an industry that has seen its structure change more than once, it has been regulated and deregulated yet it is still a challenging puzzle for many

    Essay Length: 1,917 Words / 8 Pages
    Submitted: January 9, 2013 Autor: adamzapple
  • The Airline Industry

    The Airline Industry

    The Euroair, which is the largest European commercial aviation company, has some problems with its customers. The complaints are always the same things and the company must learn to develop. The airline industry The airline industry is a very large area for travel and tourism, rafting billion passengers annually. One in four flights are international. Many airlines, including Euroair has partnered with the International Air Transport Association (IATA). Approximately 250 members of IATA are responsible

    Essay Length: 517 Words / 3 Pages
    Submitted: January 16, 2013 Autor: Muknox
  • Another Stage for Airline Industry in the U.S.

    Another Stage for Airline Industry in the U.S.

    Abstract Airline Deregulation Act was signed in 1978, and issues regarding the deregulation have been discussed for almost five decades. In most recent years, bankruptcy rate in airline industry has increased, the impacts from the Deregulation has brought out as a critical dispute. This research mainly focuses on the argument regarding whether the US government’s further regulation of the airline industry will help avoid more airline bankruptcies. The paper provides evidences of negative impacts resulted

    Essay Length: 488 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: February 5, 2013 Autor: chiayuliou
  • Passenger Airline Industry

    Passenger Airline Industry

    Passenger Airline Industry Introduction U.S has scheduled airlines according to the amount of revenue each generate from operations. The categories include the major, regional, and the national. The major refers to a market segment that includes major airlines that generate operating revenues of at least more than $ 1 billion annually. They generally provide nationwide services as well as worldwide services. For instance, American eagle, Alaska, Delta among others. Nationals are scheduled airlines with operating

    Essay Length: 1,576 Words / 7 Pages
    Submitted: November 5, 2013 Autor: avcm25
  • Southwest Airlines - Is the Us Airline Industry in 90’s a Competitive Industry?

    Southwest Airlines - Is the Us Airline Industry in 90’s a Competitive Industry?

    Q: is the US airline industry in 90’s a competitive industry? Porter’s five-force model: A) Rivalry among existing competitors the airlines industry is a sector that has been growing rapidly; indeed, there are two kinds of companies that are nowadays flying, the first one is the normal airlines or carriers and the second is the low cost carrier. Since 1978 when the deregulation was signed, the industry knew a huge increase in its turnovers and

    Essay Length: 440 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: November 12, 2013 Autor: sabe91
  • Airline Industry

    Airline Industry

    Airline industry is characterized by high fixed costs in equipment, labor and facilities. The most significant operating costs that airline faces are labor/staff costs and cost of fuel and Oil. In addition, exhibit indicated relatively small operating profit margin of company (6.9%). Airline companies in general have very little influence over fuel prices, relatively lower price can only be attained for volume consumption that is more relevant for large airlines. In this case, higher operating

    Essay Length: 291 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: July 24, 2014 Autor: Tatashavdia
  • Ohs in the Airline Industry

    Ohs in the Airline Industry

    Introduction OHS plays an important part in maintaining a healthy and positive workplace. Lack of effective OHS policies can lead to a wide range of harmful effects on the productivity of an organization. Accidents in the workplace can cause substantial losses to an organization’s human capital, create massive losses in labour productivity and decreases the organisations reputation in the market (Saridakis & Cooper, 2013). Studies have revealed that Human Resource Management plays an important part

    Essay Length: 1,485 Words / 6 Pages
    Submitted: May 3, 2015 Autor: vodkaholic
  • Airline Industry Case

    Airline Industry Case

    Johnathan R. Clark MKT501 Strategic Marketing Case Study 1 October 17, 2014 ________________ Introduction Deregulation in 1978 put the airline industry into a new environment. They could then compete on pricing and decide where to fly, when to fly, and with what planes they wanted to fly with. Not long after deregulation did the industry develop decision support systems, helping with the scheduling, pricing, revenue management, and operations. During the 1980’s and 1990’s the revenue

    Essay Length: 1,387 Words / 6 Pages
    Submitted: July 27, 2015 Autor: mnclark

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