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Analysis of Global Airline Alliances as a Strategy for International
the degree of dependence of airlines on alliances to develop their international networks. By most indicators, the largest alliance, Star Alliance, is the GAL in which member airlines rely more on their alliance partners when developing code share agreements with foreign airlines. In all three GALs, code share agreements ...
Airline Choices for the Future: from Alliance to Mergers
The Air France-KLM merger, followed suit by the Lufthansa-Swiss merger announcement, has changed the ... the members of the three strategic alliances ( Star Alliance, oneworld and SkyTeam) perceive alliance ... as well as the obstacles they might encounter and in which areas these benefits and/or problems could arise.
Measuring the vulnerability of global airline alliances to member exits
normalized vulnerability for Star Alliance, oneworld and SkyTeam using airline schedules data and derive a ranking of member airlines according ... bodies of an alliance how to accurately assess the impact of a (potential) exit of a given member airline (e.g. in case of bankruptcy) and ... strategic alliance partners. Different ...
the value of strategic partnerships for european airlines
Jun 8, 2016 ... collaborations, the joint venture of Lufthansa,. SWISS, Austrian Airlines, Brussels Airlines, Air. Canada and United Airlines, denoted with A++, holds the largest market share of 28%. All of the above mentioned carriers are members of the Star Alliance and formed this cooperation in order to coordinate flights ...
Jun 12, 2014 ... Airline competition issues and antitrust enforcement . .... position in a hub airport or engage in a predatory strategy with a view to deterring entry into the market in which they are present. 9. ..... For example, (i) Star Alliance's United/Continental, Lufthansa and Air Canada engaged into a transatlantic.
The Impact of Membership in Competing Alliance Constellations
choose the services of the “Star Alliance”—e.g., United Airlines through Chicago and then. Lufthansa through Frankfurt—or, alternatively, the services of the “ Oneworld” constellation—. e.g., American Airlines ... competition is shifting from firms to constellations, strategic implications can be profound, as a firm's performance ...
Transatlantic airline alliances: competitive issues and regulatory
Nov 16, 2010 ... Europe. 13. The global alliance strategy is rooted in the fundamentals of network economics and a ... is not a member of a larger strategic alliance. .... These Lufthansa affiliates are, for the time being, not party to the Star JV. 24. As shown above, the core members of the global alliances have deepened their.
The “Dark Side” of Brand Alliances: How the Exit of Alliance
effects of brand alliances on individual brands, effects of entry or even exit of brand alliance members on the brand alliance itself seem to be under ... Almost ten years ago, Air Canada, Lufthansa, SAS, Thai Airways International and United Airlines launched the first strategic airline network, the. Star Alliance. Since then, the ...
The Impacts of Globalisation on International Air Transport Activity
This paper was prepared by Prof. Ken Button of School of George Mason University, USA, as a contribution to the OECD/ITF Global Forum on Transport and Environment in a Globalising World that will be held 10-12 November 2008 in Guadalajara, Mexico. The paper discusses the impacts of increased globalisation on ...
Airline Business Models
Dec 17, 2008 ... Examples are Air France/KLM, Lufthansa, British Airways, Iberia, Austrian Airlines ,. LOT or the multi-national .... Low cost carriers (LCC) focus on cost reduction in order to implement a price leadership strategy ...... the second biggest carrier in Heathrow is British Midland, a member of Star Alliance, and the.
Score Expert Session
Accounts for 75% of Lufthansa Group's passenger revenue and 60% of total LH Group revenue. Global network, founding member of STAR alliance, joint venture partner with UA/CO/AC and ANA. >200 destinations, revenue: ... Strategy for the market includes introduction of two-class fleet and earning capacity measures ...
The Future of Airline Distribution, 2016 - 2021
plates its distribution strategies and tactics, we hope this report will serve as ... alliances (Oneworld, SkyTeam, Star Alliance). A substantial number ... of Atmosphere Re- search based on its research and analysis, and do not necessarily reflect the views of IATA or its member airlines. Future of Distribution Report 2016-2021 ...
Lufthansa Technik | Technik Connection | September/October 2015
Oct 13, 2015 ... Lufthansa Technik in Europe. “Best value for money”. Maintenance international. Thumbs up in Frankfurt. Fleet Exit Services. Carefree final years ..... ICAO-Code: UAL. Founded: 1926. Headquartes: Chicago, IL, USA. Fleet: 712. Employees: 84.000. Passengers: 138 million. Alliance: Star Alliance ...
Tourism in the Age of Alliances, Mergers and Acquisitions
Sep 11, 2001 ... the various types of alliances, highlighting the specific issues affecting the airline industry ...... does have very few members and covers a relatively limited geographic area. Star Alliance. Star bills itself as a “consensual” alliance, meaning a sort of ..... Airlines and Lufthansa are the originators of this strategy.
Annual Report 2012
Lutz Hecker, Director Strategy and SCORE programme director, Lufthansa Systems. “LSG Sky Chefs is challenging conventional processes around the world to make sustainable changes that reduce structural and ...... oneworld, whereas TAM is a member of Star Alliance. The other large airline alliances oneworld and ...
Competition and regulatory issues in the civil aviation sector
Nov 4, 2014 ... likely value of my remarks today is simply discussing the competition issues in the airline ... Strategic barriers originate from the exclusionary behavior of firms present in the market, which ... 2 In 2009, SAA applied for another exemption in respect of a new Star Alliance product called the Meeting Plus.
Factors affecting the operational success of strategic airline alliances
KLM and Northwest, the Star Alliance, and the proposed American/British. Airways alliance grouping. ... RPKs. 7.5% of world. SIA announced a strategic alliance with Lufthansa in September 1997. Data for 1997. ... exit barriers which force firms to remain in the alliance even though it has achieved its intended goals.
Key data on sustainability within the Lufthansa Group Issue 2012
May 18, 2012 ... Stakeholder dialogue. The Lufthansa Group fleet. Prizes and awards. Economic Sustainability. Group strategy. Management and corporate structures ..... Star Alliance. Lufthansa is a founding member of the Star Alliance – the world's leading airline network. Founded in 1997, the alliance currently con-.
41 THE AIRLINE BUSINESS: GLOBAL AIRLINE ALLIANCES
entry and exit. More difficult but possible to exit. Very difficult or impossible to exit. Commercial Alliance. Strategic Alliance. Phase 3: Joint Venture Oriented .... 5.1 Star Alliance. Star alliance is the largest and most geographically diverse alliance in the world. United and Lufthansa are the core and founding members of the ...
How to Prey on Predators? - The Lufthansa-Germania Case
but often anti-competitive business strategy, the central problems for antitrust authorities lie in ... changes in market structure (e.g. forced exit or deterrence of entry) and/or a change in the nature of .... Since that year, Lufthansa is also an important member of the worldwide “Star Alliance” together with the founding members ...