The low-cost airline companies are subject to the same safety rules and controls on airplanes than any scheduled airline. They meet all the various conventions, protocols and agreements, of European and international standards. At the national level, even though France is part of the European Union and gradually conforms to all other member states as regards the rules for transportation, the air transport rules are enacted by the union through the National Department of Transportation agency. It regulates the national air transport under the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGAC). The DGAC has one central mission of aviation safety and comprises two major pillars of management control Security (DCS) and the direction of air navigation services (DSNA).
The management of safety control (DCS) organizes the aircraft certification and monitoring of technical control throughout the aircraft life. Services Branch of Air Navigation (DSNA) provides continuous monitoring of all events that occur in aviation. It performs safety analysis, both prior to and after the journey. The European air traffic control is one of the most complex sectors as compared to the energy sector, railways etc. Air traffic control is a major challenge of the European Union. To this end, the European Union has developed various organizations including Eurocontrol.
The European body was created in 1960 and its mission is to cater for the European air traffic management. It is the European agency for aviation safety. Air transport is governed internationally by international conventions, and protocols for amending those agreements, and inter-carrier agreements of IATA. Here is a comprehensive directory not conventions and agreements: A Convention was signed in Warsaw on October 12, 1929. The Chicago Convention was signed December 7, 1944, the Hague Protocol on September 18, 1955, Guadalajara Convention on September 18, 1961, Guatemala Protocol on March 8, 1971 and the Montreal Convention on May 28, 1999.
Of all these agreements, we have: agreements of international carriers (IIA) on the liability of carriers of passengers, signed on October 31, 1995 in Kuala Lumpur; agreement (MIA) signed on April 3, 1996 in Montreal, on the implementation of international agreements carriers (IIA) on environment economic social and cultural; the different models.
Today, at three air business models coexist: the first is built on the basis of a network structured around one or several points of correspondence, "hubs". It bases its performance on its ability to provide global service to its customers, allowing them to travel around the world with minimum travel time, on a tiered pricing and capacity optimized, requiring the implementation of alliances between large companies.
The second approach is to develop a "low cost": the development of a point to point network, structured around the bases, offering regular flights with low cost, low rates and without benefit of additional services.
The third is based on the concept of flight "charter": the chartering of aircraft at a given date for a given route, at low cost.
In each sector, the challenge for a low cost business is to find a way to optimize the use of the money raised by its activity. For low-cost airlines, this strategy has led them to densify the number of seats available in the device: there are 156 seats in the Airbus A319 Easyjet, usually against 142, which increases the capacity each aircraft by 10%.
Tags: EasyJet; low cost airlines; strategic analysis of EasyJet
[...] - Serving major airports Disadvantages: - Lack of quality and comfort - Weak security - Terrorism - Lack of punctuality - Frequency of low flights Quantitative segmentation: Size of the segment: As of September EasyJet operates in 100 airports in Europe. The analysis of the strengths to simulate a competitive situation. - Competitive Intensity It is quite high because there are many airlines, both of which there is no offer of low-cost: even among those specializing in cheap flights, and they do not serve at all same places. - Bargaining power of customers and distributors Customers do not really use their words to say in regard to low-cost EasyJet as the the quality is precisely principle. [...]
[...] Distributors are : - Airports: so the state that controls and regulates all, or in the case of France, the European Union. - Web sites: once again the state may have something to say but if the company is not French, it will be very difficult to regulate. - Threat of substitutes The threat is very low because the alternative products such as boats or trains have drawbacks: While the price may be lower, but with the low-cost, it is not always the case. [...]
[...] To answer this question, we must know the current trends in this market and its prospects: we will therefore study a specific market of low-cost flights and environment in air traffic and an analysis of main Easyjet competitors (both direct and indirect). An internal analysis of the company, its performance and image will also be undertaken in order to achieve a synthesis to study the strengths, weaknesses, threats and opportunities of EasyJet in its market. - Issue of study The issue of study will attempt to answer the follows: What is the future of the aviation of low-cost market? [...]
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[...] Ticket sales online: By selling the tickets through a call center and website, the company can reap the full sale price of the ticket, and should not pay any commission to the reservation system and 3.50 per booking to the travel agency about of the value of the ticket. Uniform and recent fleet: A fleet of youth allows savings on maintenance costs because the parts are identical for all devices, and also the training of pilots, in fact, a pilot can fly a Boeing airbus with a prior training. [...]
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