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27 Jan 2011

The low-cost airline industry

Market study - 5 pages - Business strategy

In this paper we will analyze the airline sector using various theories and tools to examine it. As part of our strategic focus, we will first study the overall market and then, by using the example of Ryanair, look at the features of a low cost airline. The passengers of the airline industry...

29 Sep 2010

Boeing corporation case

Essay - 6 pages - Management

Travelling has become very easy and cheap in the last few years. You just have to book your flight early in order to be able to travel all over Europe for less than 60 Euros. For example, if you want to go in Spain, you can visit the website of Ryanair, choose your flight and book...

27 Aug 2014

Aircraft Cabin Load

Case study - 3 pages - Business strategy

Aircraft Cabin Load is the maximum load that can be carried by an individual sortie during a given flight. Aircraft cabins are configured according to the load that they are made to carry. Passenger aircrafts can be re-configured to carry cargo by removal of the seats; however, this...

29 Sep 2010

Organizational Behavior, Delta Airlines

Case study - 3 pages - Management

Organizational structure is an important question that all companies have to face and find a solution to. In this paper we will get an insight into the company Delta Airlines, which decided to set up a network design system. First of all we will briefly view some facts about Delta Airlines, and...

27 Jan 2011

Differences between Air France and Emirates with respect to recruitment process or policies

Case study - 5 pages - Management

The airline companies in the West are currently experiencing a mass exodus of their pilots, who have been leaving their national companies or national carriers for other new airlines where the salaries and perks are two to three times higher than their current salary. Most of these new airlines...

31 Jul 2014

Application of management information systems

Case study - 2 pages - Business law

In 1995 the World Bank introduced a knowledge management (KM) programs that is a new form of management information system (MIS). This was a system that could be used to define a strategy on the business needs of the organization (Zeleny, 2005). On the other hand, American airlines developed a...

29 Sep 2010

"Flying Carpet", Steven Millhauser - "flying up to the sky"

Book review - 4 pages - Literature

Steven Millhauser is a writer of realist fiction. However, his work cannot be limited by labeling it only realistic. Another dimension is added to his short stories. They are full of interpretations. In Flying Carpet, though the story seems to be quite casual, even banal - a child trying to reach...

16 Feb 2011

The Serious Game: Strategy and market analysis

Case study - 20 pages - Business strategy

Mobiclic, MS Flight Simulator, NASCAR Racing, RollerCoaster Tycoon, Dance Revolution are all concrete examples of the explosive popularity of the serious games. Classified by their nature, they satisfy different needs. Mostly played by the young generation, these games are also a source...

12 Jan 2009

Economy of Mexico

Thesis - 11 pages - Economy general

From the 1940's until the 1960's there was a strong economic growth in Mexico. This strong economic performance proceeded into the 60's. Manufacturing was the country's dominant growth sector and attracted many foreign investors. Although there was a growth in Mexico, there was fiscal...

14 Dec 2010

Inter-nation marketing: Easy-jet in India

Thesis - 4 pages - Business strategy

Easy jet is one of the most surprising companies in the last decades. It's business model based on cheap price for a service that is supposed to be expensive made its success and is the base of the “Easy” strategy. Created in 1995 by Stelios Haji-loannou, Easy Jet is now one of the most...

16 Feb 2011

The company EasyGroup

Thesis - 22 pages - Management

Stelios Haji-Ioannou, the "serial entrepreneur", launched EasyJet in March 1995 and in 1998, founded EasyGroup. EasyGroup has the strategy that every company bearing the name "easy" should refocus its activities by reducing costs, and have lower priced products but by keeping a wide margin....

06 Jun 2012

The United Nations and Libya

Case study - 9 pages - Political science

Violence used against Libya's citizens created a monumental concern for the United Nations organization—the country waged war on its own people. By “repress[ing] peaceful demonstrators and rejecting unequivocally the incitement to hostility against the civilian population,” the...

14 Apr 2008

Troia 2002 A Case Study in the Applications of Magnetometry

Tutorials/exercises - 11 pages - Geology

Between July 26 and August 3, 2002, research was conducted by Prof. William Aylward of the UW-Madison Classics Department, Dr. Jim Compton Tucker of the NASA Goddard Space Flight Research Center, and Jamon Van Den Hoek in partnership with the Troia Project by using a magnetometer linked...

17 May 2009

Marketing strategy: Case study of Easy Mobile

Case study - 10 pages - Services marketing

Throughout the years, the Easy Group strategy kept a clear readability built around some corner-stones principles: a no-frills/low-cost approach, an identifiable and recognizable simple communication strategy mainly focused on price and entertainment, constant expansion, development of new...

21 May 2009

A fractured fluency: Amy hempel's exploration of grief

Thesis - 5 pages - Humanities/philosophy

Amy Hempel's story “The Cemetery Where Al Jolson is Buried” appears to be a bleak depiction of human selfishness and avoidance in the face of death. A woman visits her dying friend in hospital, but instead of staying to offer comfort, she departs abruptly, leaving her friend crying in...

29 Sep 2010

Analysis of Ryanair's Strategies

Case study - 3 pages - Business strategy

For many years, air travel was a distant dream for the common man.Thanks to the emergence of low cost airline companies such as Ryanair, flying is no longer reserved for the elite class. Ryanair, the pioneer of low-cost airlines, is an Irish company that was created in 1985 by Michael O'Leary....

02 Aug 2013

PBL: Human resource management

Case study - 5 pages - Human resources

AsiaAir has a very diverse workforce that is made up of flight attendants, pilots, maintenance workers, baggage handlers, cleaners, office workers and the call center operators. All the groups of the employees at AirAsia that is a low cost carrier in the South East Asia region all want...

29 Sep 2010

Air France-KLM Marketing Study: Becoming More Competitive in Front of The TGV

Case study - 11 pages - Services marketing

Today, AIRFRANCE-KLM is the largest airline company in the world in terms of total operating revenues and passenger-kilometers. The company's CEO is, since January 1st 2009, Pierre-Henri Gourgeon. With a turnover coming close to 24 billion Euros as on 31st March 2009 and having taken over 74...

30 Jun 2011

Different views on the 'definition of death'

Essay - 3 pages - Social sciences

What exactly is death? What is the after life? Is it even possible to define them? Pose these questions to several different people, and several different answers will be the result. Death itself and other related ideas such as the after life are presented in many different ways in each of...

04 Jan 2008

Short Story Review

Book review - 2 pages - Literature

Readers love the story of the predator and the prey, regardless of where or with whom the sympathy falls. A tale of survival or near-survival keeps us craving more, and if the creator or messenger of that story can secretly divulge wisdom along the way, then both reader and author benefit....

09 Feb 2008

Technical Aspects and the Drive of the Protagonist in Run Lola Run

Essay - 4 pages - Literature

In Tom Twyker's film Run Lola Run, Lola is a character kinetically driven by her love for her boyfriend, Manni, and her desire to save him. This drive takes her on three separate but similar journeys, with fate and timing to decide the outcome. Lola's drive to find a hundred thousand marks...

03 Jun 2008

Monarch Conservation and Justice in Mexico

Essay - 5 pages - Ecology & environment

Monarch butterflies are among the most charismatic of endangered fauna. Because of not only their visual beauty but also their enchanting migrations, they have achieved striking popularity especially among Northern conservationists. While these migrations may be spectacular, they are also...

19 Jun 2008

An investigation of Edgard Varèse's Poème Électronique

Essay - 5 pages - Sociology

To those who are familiar with the unique historical context in which he was growing up, it comes as little surprise that Edgard Varèse was a composer at the forefront of the twentieth-century electronic music movement. As Malcolm MacDonald claims in his treatise on the artist, Varèse grew up...

09 Jan 2009

Postmodernism and cinema

Thesis - 7 pages - Film studies

‘It's about flights of fantasy, and the nightmare of reality, terrorist bombings, and late night shopping, true love, and creative plumbing.' (Gilliam; 1985). This tagline for the film Brazil highlights most of the concepts present in postmodernist criticism of cinema and television....

05 Mar 2009

Can psychological stress cause physical illness?

Thesis - 4 pages - Psychology

Stress is a fundamental human coping mechanism for dealing with threats and adjusting to new (often sudden) changes in the demands of the environment. Fundamentally it can be described as an individual's perception of the balance between the demands placed on them and their ability to cope with...

09 Mar 2021

SWOT Analysis - Boeing

Case study - 5 pages - Automotive marketing

With its official name 'the Boeing Company', Boeing is an American company based in Chicago that operates in the aircraft and aerospace manufacturing sectors. Boeing relies mostly on the construction of civilian aeroplanes, helicopters, satellites, military aircraft, etc. In this area,...

28 Aug 2009

Marketing of high technology products

Tutorials/exercises - 32 pages - Services marketing

Technology has encompassed all human activities spread from farmers in the remote areas to the human activities reaching out into outer space. Managing this tool of "Technology" which governs the future of the mankind, planet and the universe covers multiple disciplines of sciences and mankind....

04 Sep 2009

Smart tips for blackberry users

Thesis - 3 pages - Computer science

One of the most popular and efficient business phones, the Blackberry is an application rich and feature-loaded smart phone for the professional on the go. However, most owners of Blackberry phones do not use all the features and are seldom aware of what they can do with all the goodies loaded in...

29 Sep 2010

Museums and heritage

Essay - 9 pages - Psychology

The interest of tourists in death, disaster and atrocity is undeniable (Lennon and Foley, 2000). Dark sites are fashionable: tourists rush to visit Père Lachaise, San Vicente, or Highgate cemeteries (The Guardian, 2005), in-flight magazines talk of the "joy of prison museums" (Strange and...

29 Sep 2010

Zipcar, wheels when you want them

Case study - 18 pages - Services marketing

Introduction Our subject is a growing company which is developing in the face of global competition. This company uses new technologies and the internet to be more successful and to have a sustained growth in the future. We chose this company because we are very interested by environmental...