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  • Strategic and Tactical Use of Icts in the Airline Industry

    These are faced with both technological and business challenges. As with many other organisations, most airlines are used Table 4 Opodo and Orbitz ownership Company Opodo Owners Aer Lingus, Air France, Alitalia, Austrian Airlines, British Airways, Finnair, Iberia, KLM, Lufthansa, and Amadeus (GDS) American, Continental, Delta, Northwest, and United 6. ICT-empowered strategic alliances Interviewees suggested that ICTs and the Internet have gradually enabled new types of strategic alliances and have

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  • Dictionary of Travel, Tourism, and Hospitality

    23 B seats on every Virgin flight between London and a number of US cities, thereby gaining access indirectly to London Heathrow, as well as boosting Virgin’s load factor. Among European airlines the approach is particularly favoured by Finnair, Swiss, SAS, CSA and LOT Polish Airlines. prior to boarding an aircraft, showing the passenger’s name, flight number, section of aircraft and seat number. The analogous pass used in ships is called an embarkation card. boat and breakfast

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  • American Airlines Growns Environment

    network to some 800 destinations in 150 countries. oneworld is the world’s premier global airline alliance. It brings together some of the best and biggest names in the airline business – Airberlin, American Airlines, British Airways, Cathay Pacific, Finnair, Iberia, Japan Airlines, LAN, Qantas, Royal Jordanian and S7 Airlines plus around 20 affiliates including Austria’s NIKI, American Eagle, Dragonair, LAN Argentina, LAN Ecuador and LAN Peru. Malaysia Airlines will join later this year, with Kingfisher

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  • Math

    check your answers to end-of-chapter problems or examination questions. 582 CHAPTER 15 • MARKOV ANALYSIS MODELING IN THE REAL WORLD Defining the Problem Airline Uses Markov Analysis to Reduce Marketing Costs Defining the Problem Finnair, a major European airline, was experiencing very low customer loyalty. The company’s numbers for repeat business were much lower than industry averages. Developing a Model Developing a Model Analysts at IBM tackled the problem using Markov

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  • Term Paper

    usage of Boryspil Other airlines operating in this airport are  flydubai,  Germanwings,  Wind Jet, Austrian, Lufthansa, Alitalia, Iberia, LOT, Estonian Air, Air Baltic, Adria Airways, British Airways, Delta Air Lines, Turkish Airlines, Finnair, SAS, Air France, MALEV, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines and Royal Jordanian. KBP serves 62% of international air travel in Ukraine. From Kiev, Boryspil there is a huge choice of countries to fly to 49. In terms of destination, the most popular

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  • 국제 마케팅 케이스

    indicates bilateral links established before the creation of Star Alliance. It appears that the network had emerged from several bilateral agreements. The ‘OneWorld’ network After its creation in 1999, the OneWorld alliance has been extended to Finnair and Iberia in 1999, and to Aer Lingus and LanChile in 2000. After the merger of Air Canada 591 IntMk-CStud-4.qxd 26/05/2005 14:10 Page 592 section 6 case studies section 4 (member of Star Alliance) and Canadian Airlines (member

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  • British Airways

    Airways and United Airlines. [edit]Partnerships and codeshare agreements British Airways has codeshare agreements and/or partnerships with the following airlines:[77] * Aer Lingus * Air Berlin * American Airlines * Cathay Pacific * Finnair * Flybe[78] * Iberia * Japan Airlines | * LAN Airlines * Loganair * Meridiana Fly * Qantas [JSA Ends 31 March 2013][79] * Royal Jordanian * S7 Airlines * WestJet[80] | British Airways also has interline agreements with the following

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  • The Case Study of Eva Airways Core Competencies in Airline Industry

    a number of the perfect record of zero defects. Since 1992 to date, won numerous the German Airlines professional journals-AERO International competitions for the world's top ten safest airlines with international flight safety known for Qantas, Finnair, Cathay Pacific, All Nippon Airways, Virgin Atlantic Airwayspar. Excellent flight safety record, making the fleet insurance premium rate year after year lowered not only helpful in reducing the company's operating costs, and focus on the company is

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  • Sustainable Aviation

    made by various companies such as Airbus and Boeing which are working towards creating more environmentally friendly aircrafts. In addition, according to Heathrow Skyport (2011), in July 2011 Finnair operated the first longest commercial biofuel flight in the world, from Amsterdam to Helsinki. Finnair used fuel which was made from recycled vegetable oil which was a mixture of 50% biofuel and 50% ordinary aviation fuel; this cuts down emissions by 50%. Also, BA (2003:333) indicates that a lot has

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  • I Ricavi Ancillari Nelle Compagnie Aeree: Caso Alitalia

    il vettore italiano ad una compagnia low-cost, applicando però tariffe medie più elevate. I principali vettori tradizionali europei non hanno invece puntato su questo settore (per vettori quali British Airways, Iberia, Lufthansa, Austrian, Sas e Finnair tali proventi non superano l’1 % dei ricavi totali), probabilmente in base alle differenze fin qui descritte tra compagnie low-cost e fullcarrier. Tale differenza, condivisibile in linea di principio, si scontra con la necessità contingente di trovare

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  • Iata Annual Review

    Airways Czech Airlines Delta Air Lines DHL Air DHL International E.C. Donavia Dragonair Dubrovnik Airline Egyptair EL AL Emirates Estonian Air Ethiopian Airlines Etihad Airways Euroatlantic Airways European Air Transport Eurowings EVA Air FedEx Express Finnair flybe Freebird Airlines Garuda Georgian Airways Gulf Air Hahn Air Hainan Airlines Hawaiian Airlines Hong Kong Airlines Hong Kong Express Airways Iberia Icelandair InselAir Interair Iran Air Iran Aseman Airlines Israir Japan Airlines 2 Jat Airways

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  • British Airway

    Performance Incentive Plans Summary Financial / Operating Statistics Principal Investments Shareholder Information Share Price History Section 5 - Global Partners Overview BA Connect Franchisees oneworld Aer Lingus American Airlines Cathay Pacific Finnair Iberia LanChile Qantas oneworld At A Glance Section 6 - Route Network British Airways Franchisees Section 7 - General Information Airport Three Letter Decodes Outside Advisors Abbreviations & Specialist Terms How To Contact Us 2 3 3 4 4 5 6 6 7

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  • Merger

    Transport Leipzig | |Eurowings | |Finnair | |Flybe

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  • Marimekko Case Study

    http://company.marimekko.com/sites/company.marimekko.com/files/documents/Marimekko%20Yearbook_2012.pdf Marimekko. (October 27, 2012). News and Events. Retrieved on May 18, 2013, from http://www.marimekko.com/marimekko/news-and-events/marimekko-and-finnair-launch-design-collaboration-20111 Marimekko. (2013). Sales and Stores. Retrieved on May 18, 2013 from http://company.marimekko.com/investors/marimekko-investment/business-operations/sales-and-stores Marimekko. (2012). Manufacturing and origin. Retrieved

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  • British Airways

    British Airways franchise destinationsBritish Airways franchise destinations   United Kingdom  British Airways destinations  Destinations served only by British Airways franchise British Airways 7 • • • • • Aer Lingus Air Berlin • • Finnair Flybe Iberia JetBlue LAN Airlines • • • • Loganair Meridiana Fly Royal Jordanian S7 Airlines WestJet American Airlines • Bangkok Airways • Cathay Pacific • • Japan Airlines • Fleet With the exception of the Boeing 707 and early Boeing

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  • Positioning Strategy with a New Identity: a Case Study of Vietnam Airlines

    alliances |72 |71 |50 |- |- | |Number of airlines |177 |159 |153 |136 |30.1 | Most new agreements 1997: American (8), Finnair (7), and Swissair (7). Most agreements overall: Lufthansa (26), Air France and MAS (25 each). Source: Adapted from Gallacher, June 1997 3.2 Airlines Industry in Vietnam 3.2.1 Brief History of Vietnamese Civil Aviation:

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  • Fairo Contract

    Mediterranean Airways USAIR AER LINGUS AIR ALGERIE AIR FRANCE AIR INDIA AIR MAURITIUS ALBANIAN AIRLINES ANA ALL NIPPON AIR AUSTRIAN AIRLINES BRITISH AIRWAYS CATHAY PACIFIC AIRWAYS CYPRUS AIRWAYS CUBANA DE AVIACION D.A.T. AIR TRANSPORT EGYPTAIR EMIRATES FINNAIR GHANA AIRWAYS J A L Japan Airlines K L M – Royal Dutch Airlines KUWAIT AIRWAYS M E A - Middle East Airlines NIPPON CARGO AIRLINES P I A - Pakistan Intl Airlines QANTAS AIRWAYS ROYAL AIR MAROC S A S - Scandinavian Airlines SINGAPORE AIRLINES SWISS

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  • Malaysia Airlines Background

    the below airlines: Airline Country Air Mauritius Mauritius American Airlines U.S.A Bangkok Airways Thailand Cathay Pacific Hong Kong China Southern Airlines China Dragonair Hong Kong EgyptAir Egypt Etihad Airways United Arab Emirates Finnair Finland Firefly A subsidiary of MAS Gulf Air Bahrain Japan Airlines Japan Jet Airways India KLM Netherlands Korean Airlines South Korea Oman Air Oman Philippines Airlines Philippines Qatar Airways Qatar Royal Brunei Airlines Brunei Royal

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  • Tourism and Internet

    will offer services through different platforms. Tourism providers already use WAP and SMS for distributing information, for allowing consumers to check flight arrivals and departures and for checking in. Examples mentioned include airlines (e.g. Finnair: www.finnair.fi/wap/index.wml), destinations (e.g. Tirol: wap.TIScover.at), electronic Travel Agencies (e.g. Expedia to Go: www.expedia.co.uk) and hotels (e.g. Amari wap.amari.com). Interviewees felt that tourism organisations will expand their Internet

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  • Ryanair Case

    Holdings plc 106-003 Exhibit 11 Comparison of Costs per Available Seat Kilometer for Various Airlines 0.16 SAS Group Luft Group 0.14 Cost per Available Seat Kilometer (€) Alitalia 0.12 Swiss Air 0.10 Austrian Air France Finnair KLM British Airways 0.08 Iberia 0.06 easyJet Southwest 0.04 Ryanair Jet Blue 0.02 0.00 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 Average Stage Length (km) Source: Davy Stockbroker report on Ryanair, February 16, 2004. 21

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  • Airline Code

    OV | Estonian Air | RJ | Royal Jordanian | 9U | Air Moldova | ET | Ethiopian Airlines | WB | Rwandair | SW | Air Namibia | BR | EVA Airways | FR | Ryanair | NZ | Air New Zealand | EV | Expressjet | S7 | S7 Airlines | EL | Air Nippon | AY | Finnair | 9R | Satena | PX | Air Niugini | 7F | FirstAir | SV | Saudi Arabian Airlines | TL | AirNorth | BE | Flybe | SK | Scandinavian Airlines | FJ | Air Pacific | F9 | Frontier Airlines | YR | Scenic Airlines Inc. | GZ | Air Rarotonga | 2F | Frontier

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  • Finland Pestle

    many ways, foreigners usually remain unaware of the local ways and then there are clear groups formed separating locals from the outsiders. The distance between the two countries is further narrowed down because of the direct flight started by Finnair which connects Helsinki and Mumbai/Delhi in just six and half hours. This will surely increase the trade and movement between the two countries. People of both the countries need to know more about each other (history and developmental phases) so

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  • Mergers and Acquisitions

    any of the company websites, there is increased access to one world alliance. This involves the increased networking opportunities for the airline through business agreements with other players in the industry such as British Airways, Iberia and Finnair. It allows the customers more air travel choices and memorable travelling experiences across a larger and more enhanced network. This improves customer satisfaction levels and is essential in developing customer loyalty. The merger also creates

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  • Nature of the Hospitality Industry

    Air France Iberia Lufthansa SAS SABRE American Airlines All Nippon Airways Cathay Pacific Airways China Airlines Singapore Airlines Aer Lingus Air Canada Alitalia Swissair TAP United Airlines Galileo Worldspan Delta Northwest Patheo ICHM KLM Finnair Orbitz Hotwire Priceline Online Travel agencies including Airgorilla Page 83 Introduction to Hospitality Industry Lufthansa VA Flights Kayak Anyfares American Express Online travel agencies including Zuji Over 450 individual airlines Over 25 countries

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  • Kidding

    5% Traffic up 6.6% 5.1% 2007 2008 2009 2010 Emerging economies are leading the way Source: OAG (October2010 data), * 54 emerging economies, Airbus 5 Airbus 2010 firm orders – activity in all regions Aeroflot 11 A330-300 Finnair Hawaiian 1 A330-200 United 25 A350-900 Aercap 3 A320 Air Lease Corp 31 A320 20 A321 BOC Aviation 30 A320 CIT Leasing 8 A330-200 GECAS 60 A320 TAM 6 A319 7 A320 7 A321 5 A350-900 SAA 5 A320 5 A321 Germania 5 A319 Germanwings 8 A319 Iberia 5 A320 Lufthansa

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  • Mister

    Green 11/22/2013 CX Slogan People They Make an Airline http://www.youtube.co m/watch?v=lz1RfUTC 7mI 7 11/22/2013 8 Members of oneworld Alliance: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Cathay Pacific, HKG American Airlines, USA British Airways, UK Finnair, Finland Iberia, Spain 9. Qantas, Australia 10. Royal Jordanian Airlines, Jordan 11. S7 Airlines, Russia 12. Air Berlin, Germany 13. Malaysian Airlines, 6. LAN Airlines, Chile 7. Japan Airlines Malaysia 14. Qatar Airlines, Qatar, Middle

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  • Airlines

    | |Air France-KLM |Lufthansa |United |British Airways | |Delta |Spanair |Varig |Finnair | |Alitalia |Austrian Airlines |Singapore Airlines |Aer Lingus | |Northwest |British Midland |Thai Airlines

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  • International Marketing

    have joined one of the three strategic groups: Star, SkyTeam, and Oneworld. The SkyTeam group consists of Delta, Air France, Aeromexico, Alitalia, Czech Airlines, and Korean Air. Oneworld has American, British Airways, Aer Lingus, Cathay Pacific, Finnair, Iberia, Japan Airlines, LanChile, and Qantas. The Star alliance, the largest group, comprises United, Air Canada, Air New Zealand, ANA, Austrian, British Midland, Lauda, Lufthansa, Mexicana, Scandinavian, Singapore, Thai, Tyrolean, and Varig. Turkish

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  • Management

    Delta, Northwest, Air France, KLM, Alitalia and Czech Airlines engaged into a transatlantic joint venture involving a metal neutral joint venture between Delta, Northwest, Air France and KLM and (iv) Oneworld’s American Airlines, British Airways, Finnair, Iberia and Royal Jordanian Airlines engaged into a transatlantic joint venture involving cooperation on all flights and services. Nowadays, 14% of Star Alliances routes and 38% of OneWorld routes are operated with non-members. CAPA (2013) ‘Airline

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  • Finance

    In the United States, this category included Delta, United, American, Continental, and US Airways. In Europe, legacy carriers included British Airways (UK), Lufthansa (Germany), Air France/KLM (France, Netherlands), SAS (Sweden), Iberia (Spain), Finnair (Finland), and Aer Lingus (Ireland). Most European legacy carriers had partial or full government ownership through most of their existence. Since the 1980s, most European governments gradually divested their interests in their “flag carriers,” which

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  • Manager

    360 aircraft to nearly 270 destinations in some 97 countries. It owned minority stakes in Australia’s Qantas and Spain's Iberia. BA was part of the Oneworld global marketing alliance, which also included American Airlines, Cathay Pacific Airways, Finnair, Qantas, and Iberia. BA had been formed in 1974, as a result of the merger of the state run British Overseas Airways Corporation (BOAC), which handled long haul international routes, and British European Airways (BEA) that mainly covered destinations

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  • Emirates Airline

    customerservice@harvardbusiness.org or 800-988-0886 for additional copies. Emirates Airline: Connecting the Unconnected 714-432 Exhibit 18 List of alliance members and market share oneworld airberlin American Airlines British Airways Cathay Pacific Finnair Iberia Japan Airlines LAN Airlines Malaysia Airlines Qantas Airways Qatar Airways Royal Jordanian S7 Airlines Invited to join SriLankan Airlines Total fleet: 2,488 SkyTeam Aeroflot Aerolineas Argentinas Aeromexico Air Europa Air France Alitalia

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  • Delts

    competitive against the LCC’s. This may involve the continuing development of new businesss models; including lower cost subsidiaries (e.g. Virgin Australia’s acquisition of Tiger Airways); outsourcing of some or part of short-haul operations (as with Finnair and Flybe); or potentially, closer alliances between LCC’s and legacy carriers (as has previously been explored with JetBlue and Lufthansa with feeder traffic beyond Lufthansa’s US gateways). Cost outlook We expect legacy airlines to continue to focus

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  • -No-

    discussion of business analysis and valuation throughout the chapters. The examples are from European companies that students will generally be familiar with, such as AstraZeneca, Audi, British American Tobacco, BP, Burberry, Carlsberg, easyGroup, Finnair, GlaxoSmithKline, Hennes and Mauritz, Lufthansa, Marks and Spencer, and Royal Dutch Shell. n The chapters dealing with accounting analysis (Chapters 3 and 4) prepare European students for the task of analyzing IFRS-based financial statements

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  • Klm Marketing Strategy

    that would benefit the economy and business class travellers such as post cards, sky shop, local groceries etc. KLM should be presented as one product that meets the needs of both leisure and business class travellers, who would normally take Finnair, or Lufthansa instead. Not only should KLM meet the needs of these travellers, it also has a goal of exceeding the needs by insuring the quality and increasing product innovations. All KLM flights are intending to alter the kind of fuel to benefit

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  • Caso Lan Expansion

    Mexico, North America, Europe, Australia and Polynesia. Additionally, another vital point in the globalization of LAN has been entering the OneWorld Alliance (which include American Airlines, British Airways, Cathay Pacific Airlines, Qantas, Iberia, Finnair and AerLingus, which initially came LAN Chile and LAN Peru), since June 2000. Subsequently, in 2007, joined LAN Argentina and LAN Ecuador. The internationalization process has been based on internal policies focused on quality and good customer service

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  • South Africa and Anglo American Plc

    to make the plane-change. In such a situation, airlines must adhere to a longer minimum connecting time when showing a through/connecting flight. The oneworld Alliance The oneworld Alliance comprises 12 airlines (AA, BA, Cathay Pacific, Finnair, Iberia, JAL, LAN, Malév, Mexicana, Qantas, Royal Jordanian, and S7). The adjacent picture shows the tail fins of these 12 airlines in alphabetical order going from the right to the left. Three other airlines (Air Berlin, Kingfisher, and Malaysian

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  • Finnair

    decrease their airfares. (Datamonitor,2010) COMPANY BACKGROUND Finnair Oyj was established in 1923 by the name of Aero Oy, and at present it is one of the oldest functioning airlines in the world. The company is public limited and the 55.8% of the shares are of Finnish government; the institutional investors hold the rest. More than 50% of the stake is always held and retained by the Finnish government. The Finnair Group comprise of numerous business offering such as scheduled traffic, charter

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  • Business

    στελεχών ή υποστήριξης από την ανώτατη διοίκηση. • Ελλιπής εκπαίδευση των εμπλεκόμενων στελεχών. © Βασίλ Πααδ κη ης π ά ς One World Alliance Δημιουργήθηκε το 1999 Αριθμεί 11 βασικά μέλη (American Airlines, British Airways, Cathay Pacific, Finnair, Iberia, LAN, Qantas, Canadian Airlines, Swiss International Airlines, Malev, Aer Lingus) • Κάλυψη παγκόσμιας αγοράς περίπου 20% • 134 χώρες και 599 προορισμοί • πάνω από 240 εκατομμύρια επιβάτες • περισσότερες από 8.000 αναχωρήσεις ημερησίως

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  • Strategy Sas

    considering its geographical position near Asia and Scandinavia. It is not used to a great extent at the moment and could possibly act as an alternative value constellation for SAS’s emergence to the Asian market (CAPA 2014). 4.2.3 Competitors Finnair, Norwegian AS and Ryanair together with SAS cover more than 65 % of the capacity in the Nordic Market (CAPA 2013). Other significant competitors as Lufthansa, KLM and Air France are not taken into account because they are part of the Star Alliance

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  • Quantas Airways

    It is also the sponsor of the Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix. Qantas Airways flies to 20 local destinations and 21 international locations within 14 nations across the world. The company has formed partnerships with different companies including Finnair, British Airways, American Airlines, LAN airlines, Japan, and SriLankan Airlines. Financial/ Economics This section focuses on understanding the financial performance of the organization through comparing the financial of the different

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  • Culture

    Inc. Alaska Air Group, Inc. Air Canada China Airlines Ltd. Singapore Airlines Ltd. Qantas Airways Limited Eva Airways Corporation Air France-KLM SA Grupo Aeromexico SA de CV Deutsche Lufthansa AG Delta Air Lines, Inc. American Airlines Group, Inc. Finnair Oyj Air China Limited Class H China Eastern Airlines Corporation Limited Class H Air New Zealand Limited ANA Holdings Inc. International Consolidated Airlines Group SA Japan Airlines Co., Ltd. Virgin Australia Holdings Limited Virgin America, Inc

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  • British Airways

    Consolidated Airlines Group S.A; • Joint business agreement with Iberia, which coordinates schedules, marketing, sales, freight, pricing and customer service activities; • Codeshare agreements with Aer Lingus, American Airlines, bmi, Cathay Pacific, Finnair, Flybe, Iberia, JAL, LAN, Malev, Meridiana Fly, Qantas and Royal Jordanian; and • Contracts to sell miles to Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, American Express Services Europe Ltd, Chase Bank USA N.A., Lloyds TSB plc, Royal Bank of Canada and Tesco

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  • Strategic Allia

    of traffic at hub airport to other airline. An example is the One World Alliance that was founded on February 1, 1999. The founder members of the Alliance are American Airlines, British Airways, Cathay Pacific and Qantas. Later, in September 1999, Finnair and Iberia joined in the alliance. This expanded further with the inclusion of Aer Lingus (June 2000) and LAN Chile (June 2000). This alliance has assets of nearly 2000 aircraft with more than 300 still on order. It is spread in more than 130 countries

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  • How Did the Deregulation of Air Transportation in Europe Foster Entrepreneurial Behavior and Innovation in the European Airline Industry over the Last Twenty Years

    airlines are330: There are more people to support you You can get greater Rewards if you are frequent flyers Your transfers are smoother Oneworld has more value You have access to many lounges Members American Airlines British Airways Cathay Pacific Finnair Iberia Japan Airlines LAN 330 http://www.oneworld.com/ow/FFP-oneworld-benefits 67 Chapter 5 Empirical Data Presentation Malév Qantas Royal Jordanian The Oneworld network employs 265,000 people in 150 countries in almost 700 destinations

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  • Examining a Business Failure

    would give them an increased market share with the minimum amount of administrative commitment. Between 1989 and 2004 the SAirGroup had entered into alliance agreements with Delta Airways, Singapore Airlines, SAS, Continental, Austrian Airlines, and Finnair. Besides these partnership alliances the company’s holdings also consisted of 126 subsidiary companies. By 2002, most of the alliances with the above mentioned airlines were abandoned due to SAirGroup’s alliance partners defecting to other alliances

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  • Chaos in the Skies – the Airline Industry Pre- and Post-911

    Austrian Airlines BMI Lauda Lufthansa Mexicana SAS Singapore Airlines Thai Tyrolean United Varig OneWorld™ Combined revenues: US$49.1bn Combined profits: US$2.2bn Aircraft in fleet: 1481 Aer Lingus American Airlines British Airways Cathay Pacific Finnair Iberia LanChile Qantas SkyTeam™ Combined revenues: US$31.0bn Combined profits: US$0.8bn Aircraft in fleet: 1047 AeroMexico Air France Alitalia CSA Czech Delta Korean Air Source: www.oneworldalliance.com, www.star-alliance.com, www.skyteam.com,

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