Airport Essay Topics

Airport Incident Management System

1. Introduction Airport operations are growing in complexity day by day, and extend across multiple service providers at the airport – namely ground handlers, customs, immigration, retail tenants, air traffic control, security, baggage handlers, airlines consortiums and airlines. These agencies use the airport infrastructure in such a way that they meet their commitment to their… View Article

Public use Heliports

Introduction     Heliports is a small airport variable only for use by helicopters. In the heliports we have windsock which are for the direction of the landing of helicopters, and also heliports contain one or more helipads which have limited facilities such as lighting and fuel. In larger towns, heliports are usually situated closer so… View Article

Night and Singapore

The usual fays are over for me. No school, no study just play. But the next day was a dream going to become true. WE WERE GOING TO SINGAPORE just the next day. I got up early morning. We packed the things and went to the airport. In the airport and saw may types of… View Article

Communications Plan

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and TSA awarded a $37m grant for expansion projects at Denver International Airport. These funds are being used for the master plan projects. Approximately $11.6m will go towards rehabilitating runway 8/26, and over $1.7m will be used to improve the taxiway system surrounding Jeppesen Terminal. About $8.7m will be used… View Article

Airport Security

The department of homeland security has spent $40 billion rebuilding the aviation security system since September 11, 2001. Since then airport security has changed drastically, changed the whole world’s attitude towards airport security. The terrorist attack also showed the entire world how easily the old system was to manipulate and how much improvement airports need… View Article

West Jet Case Study

Strengths The greatest strength of WestJet is their brand image. Through their superior customer service, WestJet has become one of the most trusted brands as well as Canada’s preferred airline. (Anonymous, 2011), (marketing weekly news, 2012) One of the most important strengths of WestJet is their ability to provide low fares to consumers because of… View Article

Segmentation Targeting Positioning

Today, Segmentation, Targeting and Positioning (STP) is a familiar strategic approach in Modern Marketing. The STP model was useful for us to create marketing communications plans. It helped us to prioritise propositions and then develop and deliver personalised and relevant messages to engage with different audiences. This is an audience rather than product focused approach… View Article

Melbourne Airport Runway

Rules and regulations serve as guide the aviation industry to promote the sole standards in the provision of the services and standards for location quality which are essential for the travelers. The service that is being offered should be valued in the same way as the physical locale for operation. Runways for the air vessel,… View Article

Community and Population Health

Introduction I currently reside in Denver County, Colorado. I have chosen to assess and analyze this community for this assignment. Denver, Colorado is located east of the Eastern Foothills of the Rocky Mountains. Denver County is centrally located within the city of Denver, Colorado and includes the Denver International Airport located north-east of the city…. View Article

Strategic Role of Information Systems

Information Systems (IS) Information Systems is systems comprising of people, processes and technology to process data into meaningful and interpretable information. This system aims at assisting management and business operations in making business decisions and support business processes. There are various types of information systems, for example: transaction processing systems, decision support systems, knowledge management… View Article

Heathrow airport

London Heathrow airport is a major international airport in London. It’s one of the busiest airports in the United Kingdom. The owner is Heathrow airport holdings. Location Many airlines uses London Heathrow airport as their main hub such as BA. They have a large amount of airlines as big as 82 using their airport. With… View Article

Aberdeen Airport

1. Background and Problem Statement Aberdeen Airport was opened in 1935 and it is owned by the British Airports Authority (BAA plc). Back then it was surrounded by countryside but presently, due to the development of the city, it is surrounded by houses. Currently the airport faces some issues due mainly to its location and… View Article

Airbus A3XX Production

Should Airbus proceed with the new model?Yes. The A3XX will constitute a new family of bigger and better aircraft with a high degree of common operational characteristics, particularly in the cockpit design, in accordance with Airbus’s philosophy. For the first time, the airline companies will be able to provide much more room than has ever… View Article

Dream Vacation

While some people may be quite content to lounge around the city of Karnak all summer as the mosquitoes suck away at their skin, a more perfect spot than this does exist. Pack every suitcase in the house because for the perfect summer time getaway for one who has limited time to head out of… View Article

Southwest Airlines

Background Summary Southwest Airlines based in Dallas was founded in 1967 by Rollin King and Herb Kelleher. It is one of the major domestic airliners which provides carrier and transportation service. This company has 35,499 employees and it runs over 500 Boeing 737 aircraft in 67 cities in the US. Southwest’s principal values are: Providing… View Article

Delhi Metro

Not long ago, Delhites used to curse the public transport system of the national capital. Errant, reckless and rash bus drivers, showing no sign of courtesy even to the ladies as well as the elderly, made commuting from one place to the other a painfully daunting task. It was difficult to tell whether the bus… View Article

Objectives of Kingfisher Airlines

KINGFISHER AIRLINES Kingfisher Airlines Limited is an airline group based in India Its head office is in Andheri (East), Mumbai and Registered Office in UB City, Bangalore. Kingfisher Airlines, through its parent company United Breweries Group, has a 50% stake in low-cost carrier Kingfisher Red. The airline has been facing financial issues for many years…. View Article

Boston’s Logan airport

Boston’s Logan airport is one of the busiest airports in the United States. In the late 90s, despite three runways in service, the airport was increasingly concerned about rising landing delays. The airport began to strategize on how to reduce the rising delay times and costs associated with them. Out of the few strategies that… View Article

Stuck in the Middle

Michael Porter (Harvard Business School) originally discussed the problem of “stuck in the middle.” He said that the profitability of firms depends on the firm’s position and competitive advantage in that industry. He argued that competitive advantage derives from one of two strategies: cost leadership or differentiation of products or services. The problem, Porter said,… View Article

A Flight to Forget

I was assigned this essay and wrote a really horrible first draft, which was a closed form essay. After our meeting I built off of one paragraph that you told me was the closest to a narrative. I went back to the drawing board and just turned it more into a story. A Flight to… View Article

Kulula case study analysis

How became a big brand in south Africa? In 2001, it was no secret that the national carrier dominated the domestic carrier market. 9/11 was going to change the world forever. South Africa was not a good market for low cost airline because of two main factors: 1) There were no cheap regional airports…. View Article

Dogfight over Europe: Ryanair

Ryanair was launched at a time that did not seem highly favorable to the airline industry. As a matter of facts, in 1986, the market was still recovering from the aftermaths of the OPEC oil embargo and the 1979’s oil crisis which led to an important increase in the jet oil prices, along with a… View Article

Us Airlines 5 Forces Industry Analysis

In the airline industry, the threat of new entrants is low. High barriers to entry make it difficult for new firms to enter the industry. There is however two aspects that raise the threat and should not go unmentioned. First, a low switching cost for customers makes the entry into the market more lucrative to… View Article

Planned Change at the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority

Planned Change at the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority In 2001 (SDCRAA) was created to be implemented in 2003 by the senior director of the aviation division in the port of San Diego, Thella Bowens. She was held responsible for the transition of operations from the airport authority to SDCRAA. Because Bowens had a… View Article