By Gerald N. Cook, Bruce Billig
Airline Operations and administration: A administration Textbook is a survey of the airline undefined, as a rule from a managerial standpoint. It integrates and applies the basics of numerous administration disciplines, fairly economics, operations, advertising and finance, in constructing the evaluate of the undefined. the focal point is on tactical, instead of strategic, administration that's really good or detailed to the airline undefined.
The basic audiences for this textbook are both senior and graduate scholars of airline administration, however it also needs to be priceless to access and junior point airline managers and professionals seeking to extend their wisdom of the past their very own practical zone.
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16 How did the introduction of wide-body aircraft (B-747, DC-10, L-1011) in the early 1970s contribute to industry losses? 17 What factors led to airline losses in the early to mid-1970s? How did these losses contribute to the move toward deregulation? 18 What was the result of American Airlines’ SuperSaver fares in terms of the number of passengers carried? What solution to airline overcapacity does this result suggest? How does this reflect on the CAB’s control of fares? 19 What were the arguments for and against deregulation?
To encourage airline growth and expand the passenger market, the CAAC allowed airlines to provide several layers of discount tickets. A fare war promptly ensued. The CAAC attempted to regain control of fares by limiting the range of discounts, revenue-sharing schemes, and punishing non-compliant airlines with route expulsions. Airlines circumvented all attempts at control. Interestingly, by 2004, the CAAC essentially acknowledged defeat and gave up on efforts to control fares even as it remained nominally in control.
By 1949, it was in service with United, American, and Delta, among others. The DC-6 cruised at 300 miles per hour and carried about 60 passengers, depending on the model and airline configuration. 6a. By the mid-1950s, piston engine technology reached its zenith with turbocompound radial engines capable of 3,500 hp. The Douglas DC-7C, tagged the 7 Seas, and the Lockheed Super Constellation represent the pinnacle of piston aircraft technology. Both were capable of transcontinental and trans-Atlantic non-stop service.
Airline Operations and Management: A Management Textbook by Gerald N. Cook, Bruce Billig