Airline Essay Topics

Core competencies of Indigo Airlines

1. Only debt free company in the aviation sector – It has enough cash in his kitty to sustain itself for another two years. With the amount of cash that indigo possesses it will surely be one of the big players in the low-cost space globally with its expected fleet size of about 100 planes… View Article

Malaysia Airlines

Malaysia Airline should reduce the price of ticket to attract more passengers. Although the profit will be reduce, but the increase of the number of passengers will cover it back. In long term, it will bring more benefit to the company. Malaysia Airline also needs to have more promotion to attract the low income of… View Article

Federal Highway Act

The accounting part of the airline industry focuses on the financial statements. The financial statements are composed of the balance sheet, the income statement, and the statement of cash flows. The customers and the general public are more interested in the passenger ticket prices as well as the cargo shipping rates. The following paragraphs expounds… View Article

Emirates Airline in Dubai

With the competition in the aviation industry threatening to hit fever pitch, Emirates is doing everything at its disposal to remain relevant in the sector which continues to grow tremendously. The massive growth in the aviation industry which has been largely attributed to globalization and industrialization calls for major players such as Emirates airlines to… View Article

Case Analysis on Singapore International Airlines

Apart from my efforts, the success of any projects mainly depends on the encouragement and guidelines from many others. I take this opportunity to express my heartily appreciation to those who have been involved in the success of completion of this paper. Especially, I would like to take this opportunity to express my sincere gratitude… View Article

Porter Airlines Swot Analysis

TCAA (Billy Bishop City Airport) – The location of this airport, combined with the TCAA/Porter strategic partnership offered significant advantages to Porter. Owning airport infrastructure allowed Porter to better handle operational coast and better control the customer experience. Fleet – Only using a single aircraft (Bombardier Q400 with 35%) resulted in cost savings in maintenance,… View Article

The Battle for Logan Airport

1. Who are the major competitors in this industry? Where do they compete (right before this case was written) in terms of their primary markets? Are their resources different from each other? Why or why not? What are their strengths and weaknesses? The major competitors in the industry have to be divided into three categories… View Article

Jetstar Airways

Jetstar Airways is an Australia low-cost carrier airline based in Melbourne, Australia. It is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Qantas Group. Qantas established Jetstar in 2003 as a response to main competitor airline Virgin Australia (formerly known as Virgin Blue). Despite its low cost, Jetstar operates an extensive domestic network and is the world’s… View Article

Southwest Airlines

Use Hambrick and Fredrickson’s model to analyze Southwest’s strategic choice at the time of the case and today. The choices made for the 5 major elements of strategy that affected Southwest’s strategic choices have changed a lot. Arena: Southwest decided to provide safe and low-cost transportation with maximum customer service. Southwest used to operate short-haul… View Article

Iberia Airlines

i. whom does it serve? In 1944, the civil Aviation Conference was held in Chacigo, where fifty two states siged an International Convention that established the basic principles for the functioning of the air market: each country could negotiate bilateral agreements with other countries in order to regulate the market conditions that would govern air… View Article

Jet Blue Analysis

Jet Blue is now a major U.S. airline that has established itself as a leading low-fare, low cost passenger airline by offering customers high quality customer service and a differentiated product according to Jet Blue 10-K/A pg . Their steps to achieve their goals in the market place are to stimulate demand with low fares…. View Article

Economic Impact Of The Development Of Airline Industry

Hardly many inventions can manage to change the way people live and also how they experience the world like the way inventing airplane has done. The airline industry offer air transport for passengers. The airlines companies own the airplanes or may lease them. Airlines Company differs in terms of capacity, some are smaller with one… View Article

EasyJet Airline Company Limited

EasyJet Airline Company Limited (easyJet) is a low-fare airline company based at London Luton Airport. easyJet is one of Europe’s largest low-fare airlines and operates domestic and international scheduled services. easyJet flies on 307 different routes to 80 different European cities. easyJet has a Type A Operating License from the United Kingdom Civil Aviation Authority… View Article

Easyjet analysis, competitive advantage and plan

Easyjet is one of the successful European ‘no frills airlines’. The airline was founded in 1995 by a Greek man called Stelios Haji-loannou. A concept that made him found the Airline was based on the fact that customers’ demand for short-haul air transport is price elastic. This can be translated to mean that when flight… View Article

Easy Jet( Airline company) e-marketing strategies

Founded in the year 1995 Easy Jet has been a very fast growing company. In the year 1998 they sold their first seat through the internet and as of now almost 98% seats are sold online. This has made Easy Jet one of the foremost in the internet retailing. One of the foremost reasons the… View Article

Southwest Airlines Case Analysis

Abstract This case analysis looks at Southwest Airlines and how the company is in a vital financial position. The analysis was done using news articles, the company’s website and finance websites. The research was used to focus on how they have a strong employee to company relationship and customer to company relationships that they do… View Article

Tony Fernandes Leadership

Fernandes was born in Kuala Lumpur to a Goan (Indian) father, and Kristang mother, Ena Dorothy Fernandes.[2] At a young age, he used to follow his mother, a businesswoman, to Tupperwaredealer parties and conventions. He was educated at Epsom College from 1977 to 1983 and graduated from the London School of Economics in 1987. He… View Article

Westjet Research Paper

WestJet Airline was founded in 1996 by Clive Beddoe and a team WestJet airlines were started with the philosophy that just because you pay less doesn’t mean you should get less. Clive Beddoe and team started their journey with three aircraft fly to five destinations and 220 friendly WestJetters — a journey that would help… View Article

Air Asia: Asia’s Leading Airline

Company Background Asia’s leading airline was established with the dream of making flying possible for everyone. Since 2001, AirAsia 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, AirAsia continues to pave the way for low-cost aviation… View Article

American Airlines Strategy Paper

Currently the airline industry as a whole seems to be on the road of recovery. We, American Airlines, the fourth largest carrier recently avoided bankruptcy, but had a summer full of pressure due to ongoing union struggles and questionable executive compensation packages. After having incurred such big losses, this recovery has come about because of… View Article

Brazil Embraer: State-Owned Enterprise to Global Leader

1. SWOT ANALYSIS Strength * Cost advantage * High R&D * Innovation * Aircraft manufacturing * Strong brand equity * Strong financial position * Supply chain * Design if aircraft * Product development * Technical assistance * System integration| Weaknesses * Lacks importance of dependency on international suppliers * Minimal Research and development to aerospace… View Article

Jet Blue

In February 2000, JetBlue started flying daily to Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and Buffalo, New York, promising top-notch customer service at budget prices. The airline featured new Airbus A320 planes with leather seats, each equipped with a personal TV screen, and average one-way fares of only S99 per passenger. JetBlue was able to provide this relatively… View Article

Southwest Airlines

The mission of southwest Airlines is dedication to the highest quality of Customer Service delivered with a sense of warmth, friendliness, individual pride and Company Spirit (Ruppel, 2012). The people of Southwest are the single greatest strength and most enduring long term competitive advantage (Kelly, 2012). Southwest Airlines started out as Air Southwest Co in… View Article

Classic Airlines and Marketing

Classic Airlines in an airline company that has been in business for over 25 years and has gained great success within the airline industry. In the 25 years since its creation the company has grown to over 32,000 employees and has generated 10 billion dollars worth of business. Although the company has seen great success,… View Article

Easyjet Case Analysis

Is the budget airline segment an attractive place to be? Why (not)? Yes, the budget airline segment is very attractive in a country where the people are interested to travel in low cost airlines without much comforts like business class and food. And more over if the company can reduce its costs in the areas… View Article

Organizational behavior in Southwest Airlines

Organizational behavior is a tool that any organisation that wants to be successful must use in order to attain its goals and objectives. Organizational behavior interprets all the relationships in an organization and manipulates them in order to attain the organizational objectives. The relationships that are assessed include the relationships between the organization and a… View Article

The HNA group China Airlines

The HNA group re-launched its commercial carriers under a new entity: Grand China Air; their strategy was to create a brand where its four major airlines (Hainan, Shanxi, Xinhua, and Chang’an airlines can compete globally. They have delivered very good financial returns and have expanded throughout the Chinese market in a relative short period of… View Article

Jet Blue Case Analysis

Jetblue set out to provide its customers with a great airlines experience. Neeleman’s goal was to provide customers with “the types of amenities reserved for the pricier carriers, including wider seats ……and 24 channels of in-flight television” ( Case study pg 400) One of Jetblue and Neeleman’s biggest challenges was to keep offering all these… View Article

Singapore Airlines Organisational Design and Structure

1.0 Introduction SIA started off with a humble beginning as part of Malayan Airways. In 1947, Malayan Airways operated services between Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Ipoh and Penang. During 1972, where Malaysia -Singapore Airline (MSA) split in two entities, name Malaysian Airline System and Singapore Airlines. Since then, SIA has emerged as one of the top… View Article

Southwest Airline – Distribution Strategy

Operating under an intensely competitive environment, Southwest Airlines carefully projects its image so customers can differentiate its product from its competitors. Southwest positions itself in all its marketing communications as the only low-fare, short-haul, high-frequency, point-to-point carrier in America that is fun to fly (Cheng, 2010). Its low-priced fares are a brand equity which it… View Article