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Special Report on

Internal Marketing at Continental Airlines

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This report compares the market share of three European airports: Heathrow, Paris-Charles De Gaulle and Frankfurt. Their position is discussed in terms of their proposed growth plans and projected custom. The types of customers included in the report are categorized as: passengers, business-to-business customers (supply chain partners/ industry suppliers allied retail companies who provide food, cleaning services, engineering service etc.), and stakeholders. External and internal pressures that affect each company’s ability to increase their individual market share is discussed. KEYWORDS:   Airlines , travel , airports , ...
global airline alliance. Air France serves 32 destinations in France and operates worldwide scheduled passenger and cargo services to 184 destinations in 87 countries (including Overseas departments and territories of France ). The airline's global hub is at Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport , with Paris Orly Airport , Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport , and Nice Côte d'Azur Airport serving as secondary hubs. 1 Air France's corporate headquarters, previously in Montparnasse , Paris , are located on the grounds of Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport , north of Paris. Air France was formed on 7 October 1933 from a merger of Air ...
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Continental and United: This "Merger of Equals" Isn't a Great Plan ...
,” which is pretty ridiculous on its face. Calling it a merger of equals either means you’re lying (not good) or that you’re bound to have an absurd amount of gridlock (also not good). When it comes to mergers, the math for the headquarters staff is not good. While you need people to fly a bunch of planes around, you don’t need duplicate headcount in the head office for the most part. That’s where it becomes one or the other. When you call it a merger of equals, what happens? Everyone thinks they’re entitled to stay and it ends up creating fiefdoms of insanity. Last week, United CEO Glenn ... market research, surveys and trends


Articles about Continental Airlines - Chicago Tribune
Continental Airlines Inc. Chief Executive Larry Kellner said his company has no plans to merge with another carrier despite industry speculation it could join forces with United Airlines. "We're in a position that is very good competitively. We're in a position where we can grow. And we're in a position where I'd prefer to remain independent," Kellner said at a luncheon Monday at the American Chamber of Commerce in Mexico. Kellner said he did not plan to meet with United officials while in Mexico City. Continental Airlines Inc. said Friday that it will not make any contributions to its ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Continental Airlines Flies High with Real-time Business Intelligence
Continental has realized more than $500 million in cost savings and revenue generation .... Figure 2: Continental Airline Internal Communications Poster .... Continental's marketing department uses the warehouse for customer ...... percent. The benefits from real-time BI at Continental range from better pricing of ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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IT spend trends: The IT investment picture
we emerge from one of the worst downturns in living memory, how is the harsh economic climate impacting IT investment plans? The benchmark Airline Business/SITA Airline IT Trends Survey offers some clues , writes Gillian Jenner If you want to take the temperature of the airline industry, tracking the money being pumped into information technology and services is a good starting point. But to get the real story you have to dig into just how smartly chief information officers are spending that investment and where they are using IT to innovate . Buffeted by global recession, fuel hikes and, most recently, volcanic ash clouds , ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Internal Marketing at Continental Airlines: Convincing Employees ...
reported expectation since it has an incentive to lie by claiming a very high value (see Section 4 below). INTERNAL MARKETING AT CONTINENTAL AIRLINES ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Trial Brief Of The United States : U.S. v. Northwest Airlines ...
                                    Plaintiff,                   v. NORTHWEST AIRLINES CORP., and CONTINENTAL AIRLINES, INC.,                                      Defendants. TRIAL BRIEF OF THE UNITED STATES James R. Wade John R. Read United States Department of Justice Antitrust Division 325 7 th Street, N.W., Suite 300 Washington, DC 20530 October ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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