Air Asia Stakeholders Essays and Term Papers

  • Air Asia

    throughout the world by a host of imitators. AirAsia had adapted the basic LCC model to the market, geographical and institutional features of South-East Asia while preserving the principal operational features of the strategy. However, in 2007, AirAsia embarked upon a major departure from the LCC model:...

      4832 Words | 31 Pages   AirAsia, Malaysia Airlines, Airline cost glossary, AirAsia X

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    Study of Air-Asia : Strategic Role of Information System in Business Air Asia is established on 12 December 2001 by Mr. Tony Fernandes, the CEO of Air Asia and expanding rapidly since that. Air Asia is the leading low fare airline in Asia and Air Asia succeed to become the award winning, ‘Asia Pacific...

      1392 Words | 4 Pages  

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    Air Asia Berhad is the only Malaysian-based low cost airline and also a pioneer of low- cost travel in Asia. The main hub is the low-cost carrier terminal (LCCT) at Kuala Lumpur International Airport. Air Asia was established in the year 1993 and started its operations on the 18 November 1996. Originally...

      258 Words | 1 Pages   AirAsia, Kuala Lumpur International Airport, Tony Fernandes

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    BACHELOR OF BUSINESS MANAGEMENT (HONS) COURSEWORK Year 2012 MONTH SEPTEMBER Subject MGT4513 STRATEGIC AND CHANGE MANAGEMENT Weightage 25% Submission Date 25TH OCTOBER 2012 Regulations A. Late Submission A 10% deduction per day of total coursework marks (excluding weekends...

      724 Words | 5 Pages   Academic dishonesty

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    cents). In December 2001, AirAsia was resurrected, re-branded and re-launched as a low-cost carrier following the acquisition of the Company by Tune Air Sdn. Bhd. With the drive and determination by Dato’ Sri Dr Tony Fernandes and with the support of his partners, the AirAsia Group (including its Thailand...

      4937 Words | 17 Pages   AirAsia, Low-cost carrier, Tony Fernandes, Balanced scorecard

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    Warner Musics Malaysian Operator. He assembled a group of small investors to buy AirAsia for 26 cents. AirAsia was known to have a first low fare in Asia. With in seven months of operation they all repaid all its debts. AirAsia earn $8 million of profits on sales of $66 million. AirAsia now can accommodate...

      684 Words | 3 Pages   Low-cost carrier, AirAsia, Airline, Tony Fernandes

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    Travelled by Air 50 4.1.2.2 Travelling by Air Asia 51 4.1.2.3 Travel Regularly 52 4.1.2.4 Times Travel in a Year 53 4.1.2.5 Travel with Low Cost Airlines 54 4.1.2.6 Class of Airline 55 4.1.2.7 Airline Tickets 56 4.1.2.8 Categorize of Air Travel ...

      11772 Words | 96 Pages   Low-cost carrier, Statistics, Airline deregulation, Hypothesis

  • Air Asia

    Case Study: Air Asia TABLE OF CONTENTS Contents BACKGROUND 3 INTRODUCTION 4 AIR ASIA’S STRATEGY 5 Internal environment Value Chain, Resources and Capabilities 7 External environment porters 8 Over all in brief Strength and weaknesses internal environment (what said above)...

      2745 Words | 9 Pages   AirAsia, Porter five forces analysis, Malaysia Airlines, Airline

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    hiring pilots and other staffs like air stewardess and etc incur a high start-up cost. Thus, the threat is low for Airasia. iii) Different product offered. Airasia offers different product compared to other competitors in Asia like Bangkok Airways, Tiger Airways, and Air Philippines. Other than the passenger...

      1531 Words | 5 Pages   Low-cost carrier, Travel agency, Airline, Airbus

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    Journal of Adult Development, Vol. 11, No. 3, July 2004 ( C 2004) Division of Labor Among Lesbian and Heterosexual Parenting Couples: Correlates of Specialized Versus Shared Patterns Charlotte J. Patterson,1,2 Erin L. Sutfin,1 and Megan Fulcher1 One of the central tasks that couples face in coparenting...

      4208 Words | 29 Pages   LGBT parenting, Sexual orientation, Regression analysis, Statistics

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    Air Asia’s local presence in few countries such as Indonesia (Indonesia AirAsia) and Thailand (Thai AirAsia) has successfully “elevated” the brand to become a regional brand beyond just Malaysia. The links with Manchester United (one of the world’s most famous football teams) and AT&T Williams Formula...

      805 Words | 3 Pages   Enterprise resource planning, AirAsia, Strategic management, Airline

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    Understanding the project environment. In this stages stakeholder mapping are responsible for the internal and external factors which may influence the project. Communication tool plays an important role in this stage. Figure 12.3.1 Stakeholder Mapping (Lecture notes: Topic11: Performance Measurement...

      1948 Words | 7 Pages   Enterprise resource planning, Project management, Work breakdown structure, Supply chain

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    11/1/13 Case Study of Air Asia (Economic Perspective) | ChinaAbout.net ChinaAbout.net Portal of China HOME CULT URE HEADLINES BUSINESS SHOWBIZ SPORT S T RAVEL Case Study of Air Asia (Economic Perspective) February 12, 2013 - Sample of English Assignments By Chinese Students...

      4056 Words | 22 Pages   Porter five forces analysis, AirAsia, Profit maximization, Dividend

  • Air Asia

    Have you ever call up to AirAsia customer service hotline? What do you think about the customer service hotline? For me, it's totally a pain to call them up. Why is it so? I recently made a call to the customer service hotline to change my flight to a later date. First when I was connected, I get a recorded...

      436 Words | 2 Pages  

  • Air Asia

    a Malaysian low-cost airline headquartered in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It has been named as the world's best low-cost airline, and a pioneer of low-cost travel in Asia. AirAsia group operates scheduled domestic and international flights to 78 destinations spanning 25 countries. Its main hub is the Low-Cost Carrier...

      5258 Words | 10 Pages   Airbus A330, Airline, AirAsia, Low-cost carrier

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    The Strategic Analysis of Air Asia, can be done with the help of Michael Porter’s five forces. It describes the internal affection of the industry with elaborating competitive rivalry amongst the firms in the industry to the bargaining power of customers and suppliers. It also explains the threats of...

      1634 Words | 3 Pages   Demand, Airbus A320 family, Porter five forces analysis, Malaysia Airlines

  • Air Asia

    network  2. Weakness - quality competition with AirAsia  3. Opportunity- change in customer preferences  4. Threat - change in economy  Award of Air Asia Award for Malaysia Airlines(MAS)...

      281 Words | 2 Pages   Malaysia Airlines, AirAsia, Low-cost carrier

  • Air asia

    use Air Asia as an example of our e-commerce presentation company because it was voted as the most popular website for online shopping. Air Asia Berhad is a Malaysian-based low-cost airline where it was the largest low-fare, no-frills airline and a pioneer of low-cost travel in Asia. Air Asia group...

      1377 Words | 9 Pages   Electronic ticket, Online shopping, Airport check-in, Credit card

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    Rivalry among existing competitor Air Asia offers flights with lower price that other companies, but there are some companies that also offer service by the same price such as Malindo Air and Firefly and also these companies provide service with the same level of Air Asia so, in this case rivalry among...

      477 Words | 3 Pages   AirAsia, Porter five forces analysis, Malaysia Airlines, Firefly (airline)

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    Air Asia, an airline company is entering into a contract with Delta Cargo. You being the legal advisor of Air Asia have to explain to your company the following: 1. Describe to them specific contract terms with reference to their importance and impact if these terms are broken. 2. Explain the...

      1227 Words | 3 Pages   Consumer protection, Contract, Exclusion clause, Contractual term

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