Essays Tagged: "airlines"

Public School Finance

een what utility companies and other commercial properties and other entities such as railroads and airlines must pay. The utility companies originally protested all of the taxes that they had to pay. ...

(3 pages) 96 0 4.7 Jan/1996

Subjects: Social Science Essays > Economics

Government Control Improves Airport Security explors the benifits of U.S. government controled airport security. 7.25 pages DS w/ bib. for a writing class.

al airports that hired out security services to inconsistent, non-conforming, private companies, or airlines who's employees were in charge of checking in passengers, loading baggage, ordering fuel, c ... ss the country. Government agencies now share vital information about passengers and employees with airlines and airports. This includes crosschecks with the FBI and other watch lists. Availability of ...

(11 pages) 556 2 4.0 Dec/2002

Subjects: Social Science Essays > Current Issues

Deregulation of the airline industry A complete study of the changing trends of the airline industry and the deregulation affects.

at of the United States though the effects have been more or less the same. The increased power for airlines has expanded their freedom of operations. Also the numeral entrants have received new oppor ... extbook case of how the regulatory process can overwhelm substance and how regulation protected the airlines from competition at the expense of consumers and competitors. The CAB would hold extensive ...

(9 pages) 596 0 4.6 Feb/2003

Subjects: Businesss Research Papers

What is free enterprise, and how it affects the world and business in the united states.

not regulate businesses.Deregulation in the eighties has brought new meanings to industries such as airlines, railroads, and telecommunications. Although adjustment proved traumatic, the airline indus ... ications. Although adjustment proved traumatic, the airline industry grew from 36 to 156 individual airlines. The result has been competitive prices, a huge web of new routes, and competitive employee ...

(2 pages) 67 0 3.7 Apr/2003

Subjects: Social Science Essays > Economics > Foreign & International Economics

Terrorist Attacks.

n the tourism will be described by looking at the downturns of some tourist resorts, businesses and airlines.After predicting how long is going to take for the tourism to recover, the essay will concl ... ople it will be a long time before they become comfortable getting on plane and because of this the airlines will loose a lot of money. To quote Osborn and Milner (2001), "the commission estimates tha ...

(4 pages) 122 0 3.0 Apr/2003

Subjects: History Term Papers > World History > International Organizations & Conflicts

The three most significant problems in the airline industry.

stry has desperately tried to recuperate its' losses due to that fatal day nearly two years ago. As airlines begin to catch a glimpse of hope for the future, there are three factors that they must dea ... p throughout the industry. As a result, profitability has suffered due to the weakening economy.The airlines are doing what they can to save fuel in any way, shape or form. Airlines have always pursue ...

(3 pages) 357 0 3.9 Jul/2003

Subjects: Social Science Essays > Economics

'EasyJet the Web's Favorite Airline'

............................................................................41.2 Industry trend for Airlines up to 1999......................................................................41.3 The co ... ...........14IntroductionStelios Haji-Ioannou, began operating EasyJet in November 1995 with only 2 airlines. Stelios' strategy to model EasyJet after Sothwest airlines, together with the addition of ...

(13 pages) 849 0 4.1 Jul/2003

Subjects: Businesss Research Papers > Case Studies

Implement and Monitor Marketing Activities: Virgin vs. Qantas.

Virgin vs. QantasIn making a comparison of the offerings between the two airlines, Virgin and Qantas, there are a variety of methods one can use to show the differences betw ... ies, one must look at brand image. To look at brand image in the aspect of these two very different airlines makes it easier to determine why they are so different and why their products and services ... tas target a market who prefer an aspect of prestige. The image is reflected on the markets the two airlines target, in this case, budget versus quality.Both Virgin and Qantas have tangible and intang ...

(7 pages) 174 0 3.0 Sep/2003

Subjects: Businesss Research Papers > Case Studies

Promotion tactics in the Airline Industry

ne companies have struggled with making new ways to market their products. Especially since most US airlines stayed off television for months after September 11. This was one of the key ways off attra ... red Saturday night stay over, increase in the number of needed mileage points, smaller selection of airlines to use your miles with and restrictions on you ability to give your points to other people. ...

(4 pages) 148 0 3.7 Dec/2003

Subjects: Businesss Research Papers

Study notes from Information Technology in the IT Environments section

g: Optus, one-Tel, and IMB.Most large organizations also have an IT Department, eg: Govt. agencies, airlines and schools. These don't specialise in IT but the IT department provides technological solu ...

(13 pages) 566 2 4.3 Feb/2004

Subjects: Science Essays > Technology

Airline Passengers: Classification Essay

"Thank you for calling Turbulence Airlines. This is Carol; how can I help you?... From where?... To where?... Departing on which day?. ...

(4 pages) 112 0 3.5 Feb/2004

Subjects: Businesss Research Papers

Investment in Airport Infrastructure

sions will have a potentially disastrous consequence. But airport managers have no control over the airlines or the economic environment that affects travel, and the decision to go ahead with a develo ... Whether the decision to invest will pay off depends not only on the airport managers, but also the airlines and their customers. The state of the economy directly affects business.The management styl ...

(4 pages) 63 0 4.0 Mar/2004

Subjects: Science Essays > Technology

E Commerce. Impact of Internet for the airline industry.

h and the potential for rich interaction, the internet is a natural medium for travel transactions. Airlines are turning to e-commerce to keep business flying, and the reason they are focusing on sell ... utioned the way of buying flight ticket. Customers can now purchase their tickets directly from the airlines via the Internet using intermediaries and/or cybermediaries in order to find the possible c ...

(16 pages) 674 0 4.4 May/2004

Subjects: Businesss Research Papers > Case Studies > E-commerce

British Airways plc

n. This resulted in net income of $854.3 million, placing British Airways among the most profitable airlines in the world (see Table I). In 1998, the public limited company had 60,000 employees, up fr ... erview of the industryThe airline industry has undergone significant restructuring in recent years. Airlines, formerly rivals in a highly regulated industry, have become opportunistic seekers of co-op ...

(20 pages) 408 1 4.0 Jun/2004

Subjects: Businesss Research Papers > Case Studies

Airline Deregulation

and come as we please, technically not having to listen to the governing authority. This is how the airlines were treated until 1978.Before 1978 airlines were treated like kids. They could only fly wh ... e opportunity to fly. It was an expensive way to get from point A to point B. How it came to be was airlines or companies as they were called back then, bid for air mail routes, which was granted thro ...

(11 pages) 268 0 3.0 Jun/2004

Subjects: Businesss Research Papers

Liberalization of aviation industry

ion industry started in late 70's which triggered the acquisition, merges and alliance in different airlines. Such strategic actions were to respond to fierce competition resulted from liberalization. ... resulted from liberalization. The international aviation market is still subject to regulation, and airlines may only have the opportunity to extend their networks to foreign countries by entering an ...

(11 pages) 235 1 4.5 Aug/2004

Subjects: Businesss Research Papers

Easyjet- resource allocation and analysis

ons selling airline tickets online has been an extremely profitable development for the majority of airlines. One major benefit from selling online is that companies can sell directly rather than havi ... rnment legislation, have also led to the formation of a new type of airline, the 'no-frills' budget airlines. These companies thrive through providing the cheapest possible flights through a combinati ...

(10 pages) 241 0 3.8 Aug/2004

Subjects: Businesss Research Papers > Management

Mid-Term Case Study Exam HRM 300 - Southwest Airlines

uarters of positive quarterly dividends based on sales reflecting a strong strategic advantage. All airlines own airplanes, sell tickets, handle baggage and provide customer service but the one consis ... o receive an organ transplant and there were no other flights available until the next day. At most airlines, the agent would either be fired or the customer would have been required to pay the cost o ...

(9 pages) 354 1 4.4 Oct/2004

Subjects: Businesss Research Papers

Competitive Strategy Southwest Airlines

ed for newer more nimble carriers with lower cost structures to compete head-onwith the established airlines. There were several bankruptcies followed by a wave ofconsolidation with the fittest carrie ... differentparticipants can extract.Rivalry among competitorsThere is intense rivalry among different airlines. In the pre-deregulation days, airlinescompeted mostly on things like service, meals and in ...

(8 pages) 260 0 4.3 Nov/2004

Subjects: Businesss Research Papers > Management

Supply and Demand Analysis

s of operation. Focusing on modifying marketing strategies, reducing prices, and collaborating with airlines to offer travel packages were just a few. Most importantly, auto rental companies have plac ...

(3 pages) 171 1 4.8 Apr/2005

Subjects: Businesss Research Papers > Accounting