Research Paper On Airline Industry
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JetBlue Case Study
This 42 page paper examines the airline JetBlue in the context of the US airline industry. After an introduction the paper discusses the condition of the airline industry, the profitability of the industry and uses a pest analysis to examine the macro environment. The strategies of JetBlue are then examined at firm, business and operational levels and compared to strategies of competitors. With an understanding of the industry and the firm the writer goes on to suggest potential future strategies. Each of the suggested strategies is analysed and recommendations made for viable future strategies and how they may be implemented. The bibliography cites 10 sources.
Transportation Industries and the Impact of 911
5 pages. The effects of September 11 had, of course, a huge impact on every industry one can think of. The transportation industries were hit particularly hard and this paper will discuss that influence. Topics will include the rail, trucking, pipelines and seagoing industries as well as a short summary on the airline industry. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
The Position and Strategy of JetBlue Following the Valentines Day Debacle
This 6 page paper looks at JetBlue in 2008. The positions of the firm, as well as conditions of the US airline industry, are considered. The paper then looks at the strategy of the firm and the way it changed before discussing whether or not the new strategy was likely to succeed. The bibliography cites 10 sources.
Low Cost European Airline Industry Literature Review and Categories of Information
This 11 page paper examines the way a information for a literature review may be divided into different sections. The literature review this considers is the way low cost airlines compete in Europe, specifically Ryanair and whether it should become a global company. The paper divides the subjects into the generic strategy areas and more specific air industry categories.