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  • Posted By: hamster
  • Date Posted: 10/20/2010
  • Category: Business
  • Words: 588
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Airline Analysis

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Airline Analysis

These flights operate only between the hours of 6:00 AM and 6:00PM-10:30PM, depending on the day. And according to their online reservation system, they do not offer one way trips, only round-trips (this may be different, if calling the airline directly or booking flights by other means). It would be virtually impossible for SlugAir to compete with United, because United is such a huge, world-renowned corporation. United could respond to SlugAir's competition by doing one of a few things; they could introduce more low fare deals, and in the long-run could probably create additional direct routes to and from Seattle to San Francisco themselves. They can also do nothing at all about SlugAir's imposition on their territory. They are making so much money from their other domestic and international routes, that SlugAir's imposition wouldn't even cause a dent on their total revenue. United has bigger issues to worry about, like their planned merger with US Airways; which will make them an even greater Corporation. Whichever way they choose to react to SlugAir's imposition, they are still powerful enough to compete on their own, and still be the strong name and corporation that they are. Delta Airlines Delta Air Lines, the #3 US carrier (behind UAL's United and AMR's American), is expanding its US regional operations while building a global alliance. With hubs in Atlanta, Dallas/Fort Worth, Cincinnati, New York City (Kennedy), and Salt Lake City, Delta flies to 205 US cities and about 45 foreign destinations. It also serves more than 220 US cities and nearly 120 destinations abroad through code-sharing agreements. In the US, Delta owns regional carriers Delta Express, Atlantic Southeast, and COMAIR. Internationally, it has formed the Sky Team alliance with Air France, Aero Mexico, and Korean Air Lines to compete with rival alliances Star and ...

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