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  • Potential Threat To Southwest Airlines
    408 words
    Jeff Bradford MBA 634 Southwest Airlines 1.) Many changes have occurred and are occurring in the airline industry, which pose a potential threat to Southwest Airlines. The airline industry has traditionally had many airlines receive annual loses on their income statements. This trend is still continuing today as many airlines stand in financial trouble. Some of these financial troubles arise from changes brought upon them from the ever-changing governmental regulations. The most recent change in...
  • Pilot With United Airlines
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    Does Bigger Really Mean Better When looking at the aviation industry desire to merge into one mecca airline, a good example is with United Airlines and US Airways, many consumers forget about those who are actually working for those airlines Consumers beware - further consolidation could lead to higher prices and poorer service (Marks). Sure bringing together two ideas to make the route system of one particular airline vaster, but the effects on the employees can be very stressful and sometime t...
  • Delta Air Lines Inc
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    While sitting in Atlanta's Hartsfield International Airport, one cannot help but to notice and feel an overwhelming dominant presence of one particular airline. Delta as we know it today, traces its roots way back to 1924. Huff Dal and Dusters was founded as the world's first aerial crop dusting organization. In 1928 the company became Delta Air Service, and the following year Delta carried its first passengers over a route stretching from Dallas, Texas to Jackson, Mississippi with stops in Shre...
  • Pension Plans By United Airlines
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    "UNITED AIRLINES PENSION PLAN WOES" An event in the headlines today that will require human resource involvement is United Airline's decision to most likely terminate all of its employees pension plans due to bankruptcy and turn them over to the PBGC or Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation. The PBGC is a federal agency that insures traditional pensions in case companies go "belly up". Basically what this amounts to is that United Airlines worker's retirement plans could be cut by up to 75 percen...
  • O'hare International Airport
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    A plan to expand O'Hare International Airport has begun to look more promising, but backers of a proposed airport near Peotone said last week they don't expect the plan to change the debate over a third airport. 'It's still not going to add air capacity, and won't solve their long-range problem,' said Don Goff, chairman of the Third Airport Alliance. 'I don't see it as any setback,' he said of the plan to build more terminals and gates. Goff said that even if O'Hare expansion proponents later us...
  • Airlines Analysis Statistics In Aviation
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    Report of "Why do airlines collect statistics? Definition and illustration of how to use five different statistics to compare airlines.? Twins en, KC Wong Student number: 3057075 (A) Why do airlines collect statistics? Define and show how to use five different statistics to compare airlines using some real examples. This report will illustrate the reasons of airlines collection of statistics, definition of statistics, and comparison of airlines. Statistics in aviation are significant for the avi...
  • First Bombing Of The World Trade Center
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    Terrorist attacks occur all over the world nearly every day. Many attacks are so minuscule that nobody really hears about them. The majority of terrorist attacks occur over seas. Very rarely do terrorists venture onto United States's oil to commit acts of violence. The first major attack on the United States occurred on December 7, 1941. On December 7, 1941 the Japanese attacked a United States naval base called Pearl Harbor. The bombing was sudden and unsuspected. It caused mass destruction of ...
  • Members Of Airline Alliances
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    Situation: Throughout the time one of the most regulated industries has been the airline industry. The creation of the European Union (EU) had allowed for the airlines from those countries to fly among each other's with fewer regulations. This deregulation has propelled a wave of changes for the carriers based on these countries. One of these changes is the proliferation of strategic alliances as the globalization of this market increases. These alliances are created with the purpose of lowering...

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