Regional Hubbing By Bowon Kim Essays and Term Papers

  • Business Models in the Airline Industry

    Outline —  Evolution —  Hub-and-spoke route networks —  Legacy carriers —  Low cost carriers (LCCs) —  Ultra low cost carriers (ULCCs) —  Regional and charter carriers Evolution —  Before deregulation —  Full service network carriers —  No low cost models —  No price competition (same...

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  • Nothin' Happen

    customers in the long run. HF 5415.55 G87 Hrebiniak, Lawrence. (2005). Making strategy work : leading effective execution and change. HD 30.28 H73 Kim, Bowon. (2005). Mastering business in Asia : supply chain management. HD 30.28 K54 Lachotzki, Fred and Robert Noteboom. (2005). Beyond control : managing...

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  • Financial Analysis Starhub

    developed in the local industry known as "hubbing". It refers to bundle offerings of their main services (broadband, cable TV, mobile etc) to consumers. Hubbing has also contributed significantly to Starhub's branding. Starhub has been synonymous with hubbing to consumers. In addition, its management's...

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  • Price Change Decisions Can Even Be Made

    deregulation of the industry competition intensified, prices dropped, and the number of people travelling increased. Many new companies emerged and regional airlines saw deregulation as an opportunity to expand. Due to the rise in competition, by 1986 mergers started to take place and in 1987 64.8% of...

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  • Project Sample

    can be readily developed; serving key niche markets where demand is either unmet or poorly served; and meeting peak traffic demands on certain key regional, seasonal, and variable routes where very high load factors can be predicted despite existing but lower-quality competition, or where competition...

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  • Singtel Services

    challenger brand and led the way in technological innovations and breakthroughs. Over the years, SingTel has grown to be a global player with a strong regional heritage. With one of the most extensive and advanced telecommunications infrastructure, the Group offers unparalleled reach in Asia and beyond. SingTel's...

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  • Air Traffic Forecasting Aci

    exposure in those two regions those results would tend to make sense. Elements which are important for the Middle East, aside from the economy, are the hubbing activity, open sky and expansion of base carrier. Since the region tends to focus its development around long haul activity catering among other things...

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  • assignment

    Association for Regional Cooperation Kishor Pradhan and Harsha Liyanage INTRODUCTION T he South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) was formed by the governments of Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka in 1985 to catalyze regional cooperation in...

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  • Annual Report 2012. Hubbing Delivers

    Ahead with Hubbing Annual Report 2012 Hubbing Delivers In two short years, after the commercial launch of StarHub in 2000, we became Singapore’s fi rst fully integrated info-communications and entertainment company. We have continuously created compelling reasons for customers to use Hubbing, a ‘quadruple...

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  • Kennyvu

    To Main Proceedings Document Firms’ Global Expansion and Sustainability Bowon Kim KAIST Graduate School of Management, Seoul, 130-012 KOREA T. +82 2 958 3610, F. +82 2 958 3604; bwkim@cais.kaist.ac.kr Abstract Firms globalize when their domestic market can no longer offer growth opportunities. But...

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  • Operation Research

    distinct stages and the results are then collated and summarized. The first study addresses the alliance of international service networks of two regional airlines and develops an alliance model. By examining the alliance effect on market outcome, profit and social welfare, the decision analysis tools...

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  • The Airline Industry: Trends, Challenges, Strategies

    and Policy Seminar Series Sydney, Australia 23 February 2010 Presentation Objectives • Provide background on the global industry • Present a regional analysis • Discuss current and future evolvement of the industry (trends) • Discuss challenges and strategies impacting the industry • Discuss the...

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  • Overview of the Postal and Courier Services Sector in the Region: Definition Scop E and Coverage of the Sector

    countries. Within this grouping are three countries on the Central and South American mainland. The regional organization which brings together the majority of these States is CARICOM. There is also a regional organization which facilitates the work of the postal sector it is the Caribbean Postal Union (CPU)...

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  • Korean War

    “The Korean War was essentially regional, but the superpowers made it personal and therefore, global.” Discuss. The Korean War, 1950 can be argued to be a civil war which was and later evolved to become a proxy war. Here, “regional” can be defined as the civil war between North and South Korea whereby...

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  • Aviation

    and Policy Seminar Series Sydney, Australia 23 February 2010 Presentation Objectives • Provide background on the global industry • Present a regional analysis • Discuss current and future evolvement of the industry (trends) • Discuss challenges and strategies impacting the industry • Discuss the...

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  • The Political Economy of South Korea

    administration with that of his presidential opponents, Kim Young-Sam and Kim Jong-Pil. Kim Young-Sam won the next president election in South Korea in December 1992. The Kim administration adopted local autonomy in following the democratic-style government. Kim believed that reducing the government’s involvement...

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  • PRC FP towards DPRK policy memo

    North Korea’s young and ambitious dictator Kim Jong-Un, whose unfortunately loose-cannon style of government has put the tentative ceasefire between DPRK and Republic of Korea under serious strain. The context of the problem is largely focused around Kim Jong-Un’s ascension to leadership in 2012 and...

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  • Airport Privitisatiion

    Switzerland. In the United States, commercial airports have traditionally been independent of the national control, operated locally by local or regional authorities and highly influenced by private interests, specifically the airlines (with enough power to decide major facets of airport management...

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  • Article 16 of the Bill of Rights protects the freedom of opinion and expression of everyone.

    of expression to criminalize defacing of national or regional flag. There were three considerations about the case. First, it was the role of the national or regional flag. The national flag symbolizes the whole nation of China PRC. The regional flag symbolizes that Hong Kong is a part of China, i.e...

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  • Jet Airways by Naresh Goyal

    Qatar Airways) based on deployed capacity. It  flew 10.29 million passengers last year and has a fleet of 64  wide body planes. And like its bigger regional peers, Etihad's ambitions too are grand. | | Etihad's CEO James Hogan stated in an interview "Our goal is to be a profitable, sustainable business...

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