Jetblue And Westjet Essays and Term Papers

  • JetBlue and WestJet

    JetBlue and WestJet: A Tale of Two IS Projects How important is the reservation system at airlines such as West Jet and JetBlue. How does it impact operational activities and decision making? Over the past years, it seems customers have heavily relied on airline reservation systems to book their tickets...

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  • Software Upgrade. A Case Study of JetBlue and WestJet Airlines

    Individual Case Study: JetBlue Airways Corp, WestJet Airlines Ltd, and others: The Difficult Path to Software Upgrades Introduction I would argue that any organization undergoing system...

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  • Westjet

    12.34 cents in 2007. These numbers are quite low compared to Air Canada’s CASM of 17.9 cents in 2008 and 16.3 cents in 2007. This indicates that WestJet does a better job of controlling expenses than Air Canada....

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  • Westjet

    Our Airline WestJet Airline was founded in 1996 by Clive Beddoe and a team of people with the same thinking. WestJet airlines were started with the philosophy that just because you pay less doesn’t mean you should get less. Clive Beddoe and team started their journey with three aircraft fly to five...

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  • Westjet

    WestJet Strategic Audit by: Tanya Witherington #3136712 Abdullah Saleh #3157594 Tyler Ethridge #3084252 Natasha King #265841 Yao Yao #3111635 Jaiqi Lu # BA 4101 March 21, 2005. Daniel Doiron UNBSJ West...

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  • Westjet

    Westjet has the youngest and greatest fuel efficient fleets which consist of jet and turboprop aircrafts. These include series of Boeing Next-Generation 737-600,700 and 800. The Boeing series 737-700 and 737-800 are prepared with specialized blended winglets which are designed to improve smooth performance...

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  • Westjet

    WestJet Introduction Under the leadership of Clive Beddoe, WestJet was founded in 1996 by a team of Calgary entrepreneurs as a western Canadian regional carrier serving five cities. WestJet is Canada’s high-value low-fare airline offering its services to 85 destinations in Canada, the United States...

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  • Westjet

    highs, while we continued to earn awards for being a top employer. We are expanding our network and airline partnerships, and will see the launch of WestJet Encore in 2013. Last year, we simplified the paper version of our annual report to use less paper and reduce our costs, and this year, we’re continuing ...

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  • westjet

    Company Overview WestJet Airlines Ltd. is a Canadian low-cost carrier that provides scheduled and charter air service to 85 destinations in Canada, the United States, Europe, Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean, and has partnership agreements with over 30 airlines around the world. Founded in...

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  • westjet

    S w WESTJET IN 2009: THE FLEET EXPANSION DECISION1 Ken Mark wrote this case under the supervision of Professor Stewart Thornhill solely to provide material for class discussion. The authors do not intend to illustrate either effective or ineffective handling of a managerial situation. The authors...

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  • Jetblue

    JetBlue Beginnings and Operational Methods Steve Brindza Ohio Dominican University JetBlue Beginnings and Operational Methods This section details the history of JetBlue, focusing on the activities of founder, David Neeleman. JetBlue Airways, based...

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  • Jetblue

    Strategic Report for JetBlue Airways Harkness Consulting Innovation through Collaboration Rosanna Smart Alisher Saydalikhodjayev Sayre Craig April 14, 2007 Table of Contents Executive Summary ………………………………………………..3 Company History ………………………………….………………..4 Competitive Analysis ………………………………………………7 ...

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  • Jetblue

    Introduction This paper is an analysis of JetBlue Airlines and its early problems as a new company. Our team identified two problems that could derail the company. The first of these problems was the rapid growth of JetBlue. In one year the company went from 10 employees to 1,000 and had plans...

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  • Jetblue

    1) What is JetBlue strategy for success in the marketplace? Doe the company rely primarily on a customer intimacy, operational excellence, or product leadership customer value proposition? What evidence supports your conclusion? # 1 Based on the company's 10-K/A filing with the SEC, JetBlue's strategy...

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  • jetblue

    million dollars of revenue are generated from their passengers, while only 148 million dollars are generated from other revenues. However, recently JetBlue has begun contracting out, LiveTV, a complimentary service that they purchased to other competitors. This may explain the increase in other revenues...

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  • JetBlue

    Introduction JetBlue truly is a creative genius and a leader in its innovativeness in understanding its target market. With CEO and founder David Neeleman at helm it has had the right idea from the start, giving value to every customer by providing the best service and doing it while keeping the cost...

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  • Jetblue

    Strategic Management JetBlue After reading the case I feel that JetBlue’s mission is the idea of putting humanity back into the airline industry, by offering inexpensive flights, outstanding customer service, guaranteeing saftety, and using technology to make your experience with JetBlue the very best you’ve...

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  • Jetblue

    examples of the airline………………………………………………………………….. 4 Cost Structure………………………………………………………………………………… 5 Pricing…………………………………………………………………………………………5 JetBlue in the context of bottlenecks………………………………………………………….6 JetBlue's value chain activities……………………………………………………………….7 Competitive Overview………………………………………………………………………...

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  • Jetblue

    Week 8 Case Study – JetBlue Man Hon Chan 22002960 Introduction An initial public offering (IPO) refers to the initial stage of shares offering to the public market for subscriptions by a company to raise capital for the purpose of expansion. It is considered as a big issue for companies as...

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  • Jetblue

    industry, the threat of potential entrants is rather low. Rivalry among existing firms—high: Since JetBlue has entered the global market there are several more airlines worldwide that JetBlue has to compete with, as well as domestic and startup airlines to compete with. They must keep their prices/margins...

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