Alitalia Airlines: Financial Crisis Management

Crisis survival for Alitalia: Strategy re-evaluation for its continuous viability in the medium and long term. Contents (Jump to) Introduction Alitalia Management Re-focusing Alitalia Recovery Conclusion Bibliography Introduction Based out of Rome, Alitalia is the national airline of Italy which was founded on 16 September 1946 under the name ‘Aerolinee Italiane Internazionali’ and is known as ‘Linee…

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Facilities Layout Applied in the General Aviation Airport Planning Industry

Facilities Layout Applied in the General Aviation Airport Planning Industry     Abstract   Purpose: This paper discusses how facilities layouts can further aid to improve airport planning within the general aviation industry. A well-designed airport allows for easier travel for individuals as well as faster travel. This creates a more holistic and user-friendly customer service…

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Effects of Perception, Attention and Arousal on Aviation Incidents

How might our understanding of perception, different categories of attention, and arousal help us understand common causes of aviation incidents? Introduction Human error plays a pivotal role in aviation incidents, it accounts for over 70 percent of aircrafts damaged beyond economic repair. Within the Human Information Processing (HIP) system perception, attention and arousal (P.A.A) all…

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Analysis of UAV Manoeuvrability

Table of contents Introduction 1. Literature review History 2. Designs and configurations Conventional Unconventional 3. Aerostatic Principles 4. Lifting Gases Similar projects Aerodynamics and Stability 5. Manufacturing and materials Conclusion References List of figures Figure 1‑1: Pilatre de Rozier crossing the English Channel. (Pozdravish , 2011) Figure 1‑2: Hindenburg disaster. (Syon G., Time, 2017) Figure 2‑1: Traditional airship configurations. (Khoury…

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History of Malaysia Airlines

Basically, Malaysia Airlines was established from a joint initiative and venture of Imperial Airways and the Ocean Steamship Company of Liverpool, the Straits Steamship of Singapore. This collaboration had piloted to a proposal towards the government of the Colonial Straits Settlement (CSS) to operate an air services between Penang and Singapore as these states are…

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The Strategies of Ryanair

Ryanair Holdings is Europe’s leading low-fare scheduled passenger airline, carrying roughly 34 million passengers per year, across 19 countries (Ryanair, 2006). The company operates short-haul, point-to-point routes between Ireland, the UK and Continental Europe, and the company’s leading market position provides the company with the ability to leverage its market position to further expand its…

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Singapore Airlines

Executive Summary: Singapore Airlines Singapore Airlines was established as a separate entity in 1972, when it split up with the Malaysia-Singapore Airlines. However, if the actual history of the formation of the company is considered, then, Singapore Airlines was founded in 1947, when it was inherent to the Malayan Airlines. In those days, just three…

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Aircrafts

Abstract: Aircrafts throughout their journeys need to be in contact with air traffic controllers. Long haul ocean crossing flights are increasing steadily every year due to growing demands. The increasing air traffic over the ocean is a serious concern for the controllers where the aircrafts are beyond the eye of the radar and ground stations…

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British airways

Executive Summary: British Airways is one of the International Airlines that provides its flights to 570 destinations in 133 territories. It mainly operates from the Heathrow and Gatwick. It faces many problems like 531 million pounds loss in revenue because of lack of international market study, employee relationship (strike problem) and many more. Hence an…

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Challenges of Customer Service in an Airline Industry

Communication(Phone) Communication problems in the workplace can cost your company productivity and money. Without efficient communication, your company is unable to exchange information essential to daily operations and create a communication network to carry new product data. Understanding examples of workplace communication issues can help you to create policies that will address problems and create…

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