The Japan Earthquake Disaster Impact to Malaysia Airlines Businesses

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The Japan Earthquake Disaster on Friday, March 11, 2011
Impact to Malaysia Airlines Businesses
Decreasing Volume of Passager For Flight
Decreasing Volume of Passager For Flight

Many Parts and Products from Japan are Delaying to Deliver
Many Parts and Products from Japan are Delaying to Deliver
Highly Demand on Air Cargo Transportation
Highly Demand on Air Cargo Transportation
Many Air Transport Service Will be Stopped For a While
Many Air Transport Service Will be Stopped For a While
Increasing Jet Fuel Price
Increasing Jet Fuel Price
The Impact
The Impact

1.0 Decreasing Volume of Passenger For Flight
Earthquake in Japan caused a tsunami and the worst is the nuclear plant was damaged. Although local authorities have said the pollution levels in nuclear plants is low but it is still risky and it still possible to cause a major disaster and devastating destruction. Local residents near the plant were ordered to move because there is information that says the nuclear reactor temperature on plant began ascending slowly. If it is not addressed immediately, the possibility of a nuclear reactor leak more will occur or possibly it’s also possibly happen a large explosion. That will give impact to the demand of passenger for travel to Japan. People all over the world are afraid to the risky of nuclear disaster. It can be seen with many passenger flights that schedule from other airlines have been canceled. Although, it seen will be the opportunities to this airline to take an advantage while the other airlines company are closing their servicing. It’s still needed the transportation for people to travel to Japan. If this company can do a good campaign to do travel vacation to the county which is give them the best lower ticket price include other benefit it maybe could increase the demand back.

2.0 Increasing Jet Fuel Price
Japan produces 3-4 percent of the global jet fuel supply, some of which is exported to Asia. Some of this refinery...
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