The good reputation and business image derived from the firm’s state-of-the-art flight services has also enabled Delta Airline to attract partners within the highly competitive global airline industry, leading to mergers and successful expansion into new markets beyond the United States (Jane, 2012).
This paper addresses one of the developments that have taken place in the field of air transportation, and that relates to the emergence of strong alliances and mergers between airlines. It studies alliances and mergers implications on air transport, and suggest s the development of frameworks for their regulation.
Downloadable (with restrictions)! This paper provides a methodology to analyze the potential benefits and costs of airline mergers. The methodology is applied to the recent merger between North Central Airlines and Southern Airways -- the superior product created by a merger which increases the amount of single-carrier versus multiple-carrier service.
American Airlines is the most profitable and the biggest airline in the USA, which became the most influential and greatest airline in the world in 2013 after the merger with US Airways. The company transports the highest quantity of passengers per year. The airline serves for more than 330 million passengers every year and owns about 655 aircraft, which fulfill various types of transportation.
Secondly, American Airlines and US Airways would result in a horizontal merger that would form a strong pillar to achieve a competitive edge in the global scale. This would lead to achieving additional value in airline operations and business on the international market. The projected synergy value, would direct the combined companies to forms that could yield higher revenues, lower expenses.Learn More
Airline industry mergers happen in line with changes in the dynamic economic conditions of the aviation industry. The nature of international aviation has changed dramatically as international markets have been gradually deregulated. Mergers are considered to be an efficient response to deregulation. Deregulation of the airline industry has also led to the rise of low-cost airlines. The.Learn More
The airline traffic polarization being generated by the formation of a merger may be significantly detrimental for standalone airlines whose interlining capabilities are limited, since mergers would provide connections with the priority to their members. Thus, being out of a merger may clip the strength of standalone airlines, making it impossible for them to form a parallel network. The.Learn More
According to research, the last few years weren’t an acceptable period for the air line industry as a result of rapidly increasing fuel costs and due to economic downturn. Airline mergers and acquisitions have clustered and most of the airline bosses exclaimed “consolidation is inescapable”. The prominent examples of merger and.Learn More
Indian Airlines started its operations from 1st August, 1953, with a fleet of 99 aircraft and was the outcome of the merger of seven former independent airlines, namely Deccan Airways, Airways-India, Bharat Airways, Himalayan Aviation, Kalinga Air Lines, Indian National Airways and Air Services of India. The year 1964 saw the Indian Airlines moving into the jet era with the introduction of.Learn More
Abstract We investigate the impacts of five airline mergers on one quality dimension, namely route frequency. We use monthly data on routes between the largest 64 US cities from 1999 to 2016. On average, the mergers decrease the frequency, but there are large differences between the five mergers.Learn More
Complementary to a few theoretical studies focusing on service-related effects of airline mergers, several papers provide empirical evidence for the relevance of such factors. For example, Mazzeo (2003) investigates the relation ship between high market concentration and airline service.Learn More
In the paper “Impact of Domestic and Non-Domestic Forces,” the author analyzes fleet planning, which is a very important aspect of any airline’s. StudentShare. Our website is a unique platform where students can share their papers in a matter of giving an example of the work to be done. If you find papers matching your topic, you may use them only as an example of work. This is 100%.Learn More
The papers should discuss research and practical implications within the special issue theme. Indeed, we are especially looking for papers that shed light on case study settings. Prospective authors should submit their papers in a structured format that includes abstract, introduction, literature review, research design, discussions and conclusions. While, authors are suggested to present.Learn More
This paper explains the challenges faced by two major U.S. airlines, United and Continental airlines in an attempt to merge, and form the world's largest airline based in the United States. This consideration is based in relation to the movement of passengers via air traffic. The airline merge occurred in order for each airline to survive and be competitive within the airline industry. The.Learn More
Downloadable! We examine how mergers affect quality provision by analyzing five U.S. airline mergers, focusing on on-time performance (OTP). We find mild evidence that merging carriers’ OTP worsens in the short run. However, we find consistent evidence that in the long run, their OTP improves. Subsequent analyses indicate efficiency gains, not reduced load factor or passenger volume.Learn More
Mergers and Acquisitions: In the light of theory and evidence There can be a number of issues arising in the cross border acquisitions in various countries. There can be structural barriers including statutory, regulatory and infrastructural issues.Strong power of the supervisory boards, the union and worker’s councils can have serious say on the acquisition process and can possess strong.Learn More