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by Torquay
7 years ago
Airline Culture Strength and Success

The importance of a strong and successful culture has grown in recent decades, in particular for airlines as their industry has faced greater competition from continual deregulation and global financial pressures. The examples of Southwest Airlines, Ryanair and SIA demonstrate the superior business results that can be achieved where a strong and successful culture is achieved.

Business & Money
by Torquay
7 years ago
Airline Short Term Liquidity - Long-Term Profitability

Despite the many challenges that airline managers face, from political environmental costs to open sky agreements and alliance membership, no issue has been more pressing for carriers than their immediate short-term liquidity positions and long-term profitability. The examples provided highlight the types of actions carriers have taken to ensure they are able to carry out their core functions of delivering a service to customers and providing a return to shareholders.

Business & Money
by Torquay
7 years ago
The Global Airline Alliances

Airline alliances have come along way, with the dominance of the three global alliances now having a significant presence. The alliances have provided advantages through improved profitability, customer delivery and strategic leverage. While the alliance structure can also impact on market competition, brand equity and strategic freedom. Although regulators appear to continue their warming support for the global alliances, as the industry continues to consolidate and ownership structure complexity increases, their future support is by no means certain.

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