• Hr Paper
    attractiveness of the airline industry pre-9/11. 2. Analyse the attractiveness post-9/11. 3. How might airlines better plan for disruptive events such as 9/11? This teaching note was written by Professor Gary J. Stockport and MBA student Norman Robers, at the Graduate School of Management...
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  • Airline Industry
    arguments for and against the attractiveness of the airline industry pre and post the tragic events of 9/11 followed by discussion on the strategic implications for both low cost airliners and full service carriers in the future. To help me assess the attractiveness of the industry I will be using...
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  • The Airline Industry Pre and Post 9/11
     1. Analyze the attractiveness of the airline industry pre 9/11. How attractive was the industry before 9/11? Was it profitable? Was there growth? Was there strong competition or not? If so, in what sectors? PESTEL Analysis of the Airline Industry Pre 9/11...
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  • Airline Industry - 3
    The Airline Industry Pre and Post – 9/ 11 Service is the major objective in air travel. There was a mixture of positive and negative elements which impacted the profitability of the airline industry pre 9/11. The demand for airline services before 9/11 was very high mainly due to an increase...
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  • Case Study
    messages on poor weather or requirements of maintenance but this message was different and it was warning on a terror attack. Attractiveness of the airline industry pre 9/11 Fundamental economy Essentially air travel is essentially a commodity with service being just a differentiator. After the...
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  • Strategic Discussion on U.S Airline Industry
    ? The health of the overall U.S airline industry is still tenuous in-spite of the passenger traffic volumes returning to pre-9/11 levels. A survey estimated that from 2001 through 2003, the US airline industry reported to have lost $23.2 billion dollars, compounded by an additional $1.6 billion in the...
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  • Terrorism on Tourism
    principal New York airports suffered a drop to 38,456,239 in 2002 compared to 44,166,012 in 2001. (Frankel, 2001). After 9/11 Tourism in the US plummeted by nearly one third in the following months. Hundreds of thousands of US airline, hotel and other travel industry workers lost their jobs. US airlines...
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  • GARUDA INDONESIA
    seat capacity. 9. Government regulation on tariff. 10. The strengthening currency of the countries from where tourist come to Indonesia. Threats 1. Widely considered as one of the region’s stingiest and least popular carriers. 2. Global airline industry. 3. Government. 4. The more...
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  • Continental Airlines
    global airline in the world. They used IT as a service centre and aligned Biz. with IT. 1. Describe the external environment and Continental’s strategic goals After the 9/11, the nation’s airline industry struggled to regain altitude, because of the loss of billion of dollars since a smaller number...
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  • Southwest Airline Case Study
    entry, the biggest barrier being the capital requirements and access to finance. Airline industry is a techno oriented industry and thus requires heavy investments. After 9/11, this industry is prone to terrorist attacks, which has adversely affected their growth and financial position. Aggressive...
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  • Air Asia Analysis
    ............................................................................................ 5 Five Forces Analysis of ASEAN Budget Airline Industry .............................................................. 6 AirAsia and the Strategy Paradox...
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  • Tjamp
    environmental effects are added to Figure 1. These might include unpredictable events such as SARS, 9/11 and the following Twin Tower Effect, the wars in Iraq, exchange rate fluctuations, and changes that stem from political controlled organizations. E.g. OPEC fuel price decisions and deregulation can...
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  • Corporate Strategy
    the events of 9/11 proves to be a source for fear. People are no longer willing to fly airlines as they are fearful of the repetition of terrorist attacks. Others are of the opinion that the quality and service that are delivered by the airlines locally are no longer commendable. Instead they prefer...
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  • STRATEGY
    Analysis • To understand how industry structure drives competition, which determines the level of industry profitability. • To assess industry attractiveness • To use evidence on changes in industry structure to forecast future profitability • To formulate strategies to change industry...
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  • M&a Airline
    also merged during this time period (as in Kim and Singal (1993)), or to include markets where there was no pre-merger overlap between the merging airlines. While these might offer a slightly more accurate measure of the isolated effect of the merger, I do not expect that using the industry average...
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  • Bs Coll
    seriously affected by the 9/11 incident, it cannot be denied that it did not impact the economic aspect of the airline industry. The pre 9/11 incident condition was bleak for the airline industry. The global industry was in state of a mild recession before 2001. After 2001, the economic conditions of the...
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  • Strategic Management: Strategic Directions Folloed by Virgin Atlantic
    strategic objective expense of the planet and the people who inhabit it. 3) External Factors There are a number of external factors which can affect not only the environmental stability of Virgin Atlantic but the attractiveness of the airline industry as a whole. Such factors can be...
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  • Southwest Airlines research paper
    . Other airlines have a cleaning crew that gets into the plane and clean it while the flight attendants are resting; however some airlines have adopted this plan since 9/11. This has saved Southwest salaries on each city for cleaning. Only on cities that the planes stay overnight they have a special...
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  • Recognizing Cisco’s Competition over the Next 15 Years – 2006 – 2012
    Factor Attractiveness Remark Low High 1 2 3 4 5 No. of competitors 4 Top three competitors have 90% of market share. (Cisco – 70, Juniper 15, Alcatel – 5) Industry growth 4 Industry growth is expected to be 11% for next year. Future looks bright as demand for music / video...
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  • Models of Crisis Management
    external shock that can lead to crisis if travel industry managers fail to take immediate and decisive action. This paper discusses the reactions of leading UK based tour operators to the terrorist attacks and a case study is presented to examine the reaction of a particular company to ‘9/11’ and to...
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