Air Transportation Paper Examples

British Airways

 Introduction This report gives a comprehensive overview of the business organization processes of British Airways (BA). Several aspects of the organization’s structure, including the structural style, management style, leadership style, motivation style, organizational design, organizational control structures, and the organizational culture constitute this analogy. This assessment will be an interesting analogy of British Airways because […]

British Airways

Introduction British Airways was started in 1974 as a result of merger between two airlines, British Overseas Airways Corporation (BOAC) and British European Airways (BEA). BA is known to be one of the Leading Airlines in the world. By the year 2001, the company had approximately 360 aircrafts and operates in ninety seven countries covering […]

“The World’s Leading Airline Partnership Alan Joyce, Qantas Group CEO”

Introduction The article chosen for analysis is about a business partnership between two of the most respected airlines in the world; Emirates and Qantas Airlines. It was an interesting article to analyze because it can act as a blueprint for other multinationals that want to participate in international alliances. This case study will provide an […]

Airport Screening

Airport screening has become an essential component of transportation security policy in the United States following a security breach that precipitated the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 (Fritteli, 2005). In response to the terrorist attacks, the US Congress moved with speed to pass the Aviation and Transportation Security Act (ATSA), which in turn established […]

Deregulation of the Air Transport Industry in the Middle East

Executive Summary This research seeks to investigate issues surrounding deregulation of the air transport industry in the Middle East. Restrictions in the distribution of traffic rights have caused a key barrier to the entry and development of new carriers functioning intra-regional routes. The open skies policies of the UAE and the carriers’ triumph have granted […]

Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

Introduction The interest in the development of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV), or better known as drones, has increased in the defense industry, particularly in military, where they are primarily designed for carrying various military operations. UAVs offer a more efficient and less risky way of carrying military operations when compared to the typical manned aircrafts. […]

Pilots and Minimum Flight Hours

Outline FAA – Minimum 1500 –Flight Hours –for Commercial airline Pilots – Whether CASA of Australia attempt to increase the flight hours as that of FAAs is justiable. Higher flight hours -to be prescribed in Australia – as done by FAA in USA- there will negative impact among regional and small airline operators in Australia […]

The airbus A380 supply chain

The Airbus A380, also known as Superjumbo, is the largest passenger airplane ever manufactured in the world. The plane has four engines, a wide double deck body and an upper deck that spans the whole fuselage length. Its big size can accommodate 525 passengers divided into the usual three classes or maximum of 853 passengers […]