• Shaheen Air Line
    Shaheen Air International operating as Shaheen Air is a private Pakistani airline with its head office on the grounds of Jinnah International Airport in Karachi.[1] Shaheen Air, which provides passenger, cargo and charter services, serves the major cities of Pakistan and Persian Gulf. It was...
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  • Shaheen Air International
    regional and international airline. TIME LINE · The airline was established and started in December 1993. It was formed as a project of Shaheen Foundation, Pakistan Air Force. · In October 1994 it was designated as the second national carrier of Pakistan · In February 1995 it began International...
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  • Voilation of Media Ethics in Pakistan Electronic Media
    in a reputable newspaper at all (which we do not support), it would only be appropriately published as an ‘Opinion’. By publishing the piece as ‘National News’, Jang blurs the line between opinion and fact. This was demonstrated by the reactions we received to the Tweet, many of which supported...
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  • Airblue Pakistan
    extent that its management does not need offices to function. 7. The air blue aircraft are the latest fly-by-wire technology Airbus A320's and A321's. This allows the airline more flexibility and scales of economy in crew planning and maintenance capability, adding directly to bottom-line...
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  • case study about PIA
    also been modified to include gold and has extended to the rear of the fuselage. Most of PIA's fleet will use this livery until 2015, where their new livery will be introduced. Domestic competitors: Pakistan International Airlines domestic competitors are: Air blue Air Indus Shaheen Air...
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  • Car Sharing
    CARSHARING IN NORTH AMERICA: MARKET GROWTH, CURRENT DEVELOPMENTS, AND FUTURE POTENTIAL Susan A. Shaheen, Ph.D. Honda Distinguished Scholar in Transportation, University of California, Davis, & Policy and Behavioral Research Program Leader, California PATH University of California, Berkeley th...
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  • Low Cost Airline
    another factor is government subsidiary normally offered in US and Europe to low cost air lines to promote them which was big advantage to them (Pels 2008). In Pakistan currently there are three airlines operating naming Pakistan Airlines (Premium airline), Air Blue and Shaheen airlines (low cost...
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  • Swot Analysis of Pia
    conducting the research in the Preston University, EMBA students have rated the different airlines in the following manner. |Attributes |PIA | Air Blue |Shaheen Air | | Destinations...
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  • Customer Relationship
      Airblue Bhoja Air (not operating currently) Pakistan International Airlines Shaheen Air FUTURE AIRLINES Air Indus (Pvt.) Ltd. CRM IN AIRLINES INDUTRY The airline industry has reached cross roads. The effects of the worldwide economic slump and the aftermath of the September 11, 2001...
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  • military
    security competition need to take these complexities into account. 1 The South Asian Security Dynamic In its third missile test of the year, India conducted the first test launch of its new Agni V ballistic missile on April 19. Six days later, Pakistan tested the Shaheen IA, also a...
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  • Air Line
    Shaheen. Air Blue and Shaheen are operating on specific routes where as PIA holds most of the market share and operates on all the routes in the country. Air routes between Lahore-Karachi, Lahore-Islamabad and Karachi-Islamabad can be considered as the busiest routes in terms of air traffic...
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  • Mba Student
    Customer service Economical Technological Advancements Services 35 | P a g e PIA 6 5 5 6 5 5 5 Air Blue 5 6 6 5 5 5 5 Shaheen Air 4 4 5 5 5 5 4 Corporate image Total Points 6 43 3 40 4 36 36 | P a g e References Sites www.piac.com.pk http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki...
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  • Callsigns
     - Asiana Airlines (Korea - Rep. of)  Astair - Astair (Russian Federation)  Astana Line - Air Astana (Kazakhstan)  Asur - Aerosur (Bolivia)  Athabaska - Athabaska Airlines (Canada)  Atlanta - Air Atlanta Icelandic (Iceland)  Atlantic - Atlantic Air Transport...
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  • Research
    for community development in line with the hard-to-reach school programmes. Family support to access the schools is essential to the success of the programme and the futures of thousands of working children. UNICEF and the Government of Bangladesh, with funding from the Canadian International...
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  • Company Profile
    safely and successfully, creating value for partners and host governments. To solve the puzzle of the tight fields in the Danish North Sea, its home for 50 years, Star Oil developed a suite of innovative tools and techniques, which it then adapted to the giant but complex Al Shaheen field...
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  • Automobile Industry - Bailouts, Going Green and Hyundai
    the costly issue of regular maintenance. Car sharing also provides energy savings and air quality benefits (Shaheen, 2009). With fewer cars on the road, the environmental impact from vehicle use decreases. Since the introduction of the Honda Insight, Hybrid cars have been hailed as the next...
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  • Maersk Report
    Analysis Conclusion Page No. 3 5 18 19 21 23 24 27 2 INTRODUCTION: A.P. Møller - Maersk A/S (A.P. Møller), known throughout the world for its Maersk shipping line, is a diversified conglomerate operating in the shipping, oil and gas, shipbuilding, retail, IT, and other industries. The...
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  • Report on Shaheen Air
    The airline was established and started operations in December 1993. It was formed as a project of the Shaheen Foundation, Pakistan Air Force. In October 1994 it was designated as the second national carrier of Pakistan and in February 1995 began international operations, with a scheduled service...
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  • startegic
    retirement from Air Force as Chief of Air Staff had given impression that he lacked understanding of the competitive environment of aviation industry, handling of unions, motivating the staff and corporate financial matters. He told his team members that it was important that the strategies which...
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  • Shift of Us Maritime Priorities from Atlantic to Pacific Region and Its Implication for Pakistan
    Almazbek | |Afghanistan – 2430 km (1893 Durand line) |Tajikstan Imam Ali Akil Akilov | |Coastal Line - 1046 km...
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