• Miss
    - The Air Asia’s competitive advantage is clear stemmed from three distinct resources suggested by Porter (1996). First, it seemed that Air Asia exploits variety-based positioning which it serve many kind of customers with only fulfill one of subset of their need – low cost travel. For example, Fernandes...
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  • Strategy Management
    Introduction Authorisation Air Asia X is a budget airline based in Malaysia which provides high-frequency and point to point networks to medium and long-haul service with low-cost carrier. Previously, the company known as Fly Asian Xpress Sdn Bhd but the airline company is operated by Air Asia X Sdn Bhd since 2...
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  • Advantages and Disadvantages of Information System
    marketing, human resources and other specialized systems. Each system is composed of inputs, processing subsystems, and outputs. Helpfulness of MIS to Air Asia (Online reservation system) Online reservation system is helping Air Asia to reduce cost, employees and time. Air Asia use online...
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  • Air Asia 9
    Introduction……………………………………………………………………. 2 Air Asia Current Business Strategies…………………………………………..3 Possible Alternative Strategies Evaluation……………………………………. 7 Air Asia Resources Evaluation………………………………………………. 11 Possible Future Strategies For Air Asia Indonesia…………………………… 12 Air Asia Indonesia vs. Adam Air……………………………………………...
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  • Jet Star
    Star and Air Asia. Explain the advantages and disadvantages form the company’s perspective (either jet star or air Asia). Jet Star airway is an Australian low cost airline in which is a subsidiary of quanta airline (Premium airline). Hub of Jet star is located in Melbourne airport. Air Asia is a Malaysian...
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  • Airasia
    AIR ASIA – FLYING LOW COST WITH HIGH HOPES 1. Synopsis Air Asia was taken over by Tony Fernandes when the global economic crisis happened in 2001. It was restructured into the first no-frills and low cost carrier (LCC) in Asia. It is now the award winning with the largest operation low fare in Asia...
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  • Air Asia Studies
    objective of this report is to analyse and evaluate Air Asia’s strategic position as at December 2008. Internal and external analysis will be performed to analyse strategies that have been adapted to date by Air Asia. The report also discussed on how Air Asia’s capabilities and competencies created competitive...
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  • Air India Strategy
    1.0Executive Summary Air India began its services in 1932 and has been operating in India for the last 78 years. It is the oldest passenger flight of India. The government of India holds 49% of Air India’s share with an option to acquire 2% more since 1946. This made Air India a public sector thus...
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  • Sriwijayaair Mission Vision
    on quality service, with the best human resources in order to support company development and employee welfare” A focused concept Vision statement above has described that Sriwijaya Air want to be part of Airline competition, not only in Indonesia but also in Asia, As a one of existing airline in...
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  • System Information Air Ketapang
    Study of Air-Asia : Strategic Role of Information System in Business Air Asia was 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...
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  • Airasia
    presenting the target market of its business. The 10 Key Marketing Success Factors of AirAsia We will disclose the 10 marketing factors regarding Air Asia’s success that we have identified. The success factors are due to it applying effective marketing strategies which enabled it to achieve success...
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  • Qantas Case Study: Environmental Factors Affecting Qantas Hr Managers
    gateways around the world, growth in Asia, being best for global travelers, and creating shareholder value.[2] As an industry in which personnel separates one company from its competitors,[3] and one with an ever-changing internal and external environment, human resource (HR) managers must administer the...
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  • marketing
    INTRODUCTION Human Resource Management (HRM) is the task within an organization that focuses on recruitment, management and guidance for people working in the organization. HRM can also be accomplished by the line managers. HRM is the organizational task that handles with the issues related to people...
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  • air asia
    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...
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  • Asian Low Cost Carrier
    onboarding passengers, etc. SECTION 2 –Low Cost Airlines in Asia 2.1. Air Asia A Malaysian-based low-cost airline owned by Tony Fernandez.AirAsia is Asia's largest low-fare, no-frills airline and a pioneer of low-cost travel in Asia. AirAsia group operates scheduled domestic and international flights...
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  • Report on Air Asia
      TABLE OF CONTENTS 1.0 Executive Summary 3 2.0 Introduction 4 2.1 Air Asia background 4 2.2 Vision-Mission of Air Asia 5 2.3 Marketing Strategies 6 2.4 Product and Services 8 3.0 Mega Environment 9 3.1 Social/Culture 9 3.2 Technology...
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  • Mas Strategic Analysis
    cost travel in SEA, while the growing market share of LCC AirAsia is an emerging and significant threat. Secondly, an analysis of MAS's internal resources, capabilities and core competencies is carried out highlighting significant strengths and weaknesses. MAS‟s most prominent strengths are its high...
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  • No Title
    Air Asia Indonesia is an originally Malaysian airline company, which started to operate in Indonesia in year 2006. The report is about Air Asia Indonesia and strategies to make it a major player in the Indonesian airline market. Air Asia Current Business Strategies Air Asia wants to be the lowest...
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  • Air Asia
    SIVAKUMAR Group DM 15 - 16 MS. WONG PEI WAH SEMESTER JUNE 2010/2011 Air Asia Values Air Asia creates values through the following vision and mission: Vision * To be the largest low cost airline in Asia and serving the people who are currently having poor connectivity with outside...
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  • Human Disease & Environmental Degradation
    Degradation? The deterioration of the environment through depletion of resources, such as air, water and soil. The destruction of ecosystems and the extinction of wildlife. When natural habitats are destroyed or natural resources are depleted, the environment is degraded. There are two factors that...
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