Sustainability and Climate Leadership: JetBlue Airways focuses on recycling and reusing materials both in air and on ground. Likewise, there are a number of low-cost airlines which operate in the Indian subcontinent, Middle East, and Asia. Strengths include benefits derived from its strong brand image. Over the past years, customers have been heavily relying on airline reservation systems to book their tickets, reserve seats, pay for the tickets and also check-in online. The aim of the organization is to increase the number of customers through delivering the quality of service and satisfaction. Strengths include strong operational network and well established domestic operations.
The company has a strong brand image and brand recognition in both domestically and internationally. Jet Airways is planning to expand its operational network in the coming years. JetBlue is a non-union airline. Further, as a result of increasing business travel, a number of customers are increasingly looking towards air travel options which allow them to minimize stoppage time at airports caused due to various reasons, including baggage handling and refueling. Financial Ratio Analysis After computing the current ratio of Jet Blue… 2660 Words 11 Pages Analysis of the Force Overall, the five forces model suggests that the overall intensity of competition in the airline industry is likely to be severe. However, the influence or the impact of the various economic uncertainties creates a great challenge in the organization. Economic This section is available only in the 'Complete Report' on purchase.
Secondly the supply of new products is not regular thus leading to high and low swings in the sales number over period of time. In January 1994 a change in the law enabled Jet Airways to apply for scheduled airline status, which was granted on4 January 1995. TrueBlue and Partnerships: With the launch of new co-branded credit card partnership with Barclaycard on MasterCard network will help them in making travelling easier and more affordable. Data Collection Secondary data collected through various magazines, books, Newspapers , case studies and internet will be used. This has led an increasing number of business organizations to invest in private jets, which are jointly owned along with certain airlines, or completely owned.
Over the past few years, the company was focused on business travelers in Boston, as well as travelers to the Caribbean and Latin America. As of December 31, 2014, the fleet consisted of 13 Airbus A321s, 130 Airbus A320s, and 60 Embraer 190s. Opportunities Expanding into New and Existing Markets: The Company plans to grow its high-value geography in the coming quarters. A business analysis of JetBlue Airways Corp. Considering cash and other receivables, it is still insufficient to cover its liabilities.
Thus, vertically integrated operations allow the company to cater to a wide range of customer needs and conveniences, which in turn give a competitive edge over its competitors. It also has focus city operations at Fort Lauderdale — Hollywood International Airport and Orlando International Airport. Back in the early 1980 's competition was very intense. Leveraging on the strength to be service oriented help them to differentiate from the competitors. New and efficient aircrafts in its fleet 4. In addition, the company has a strong network base across the globe.
It started commercial airline operations on 5 May 1993 with a fleet of 4 Boeing 737-300 aircraft, with 24 daily flights serving 12 destinations. How does it impact operational activities and decision making? It operates over 355 daily flights to 43 destinations across the country and 15 overseas. Page 1 of 27 Managerial Economics Project Report: Jet Airways Introduction to the Aviation Industry Aviation Industry in India is one of the fastest growing aviation industries in the world. For customers, this has been a very convenient method and they are able to easily plan their trips. It has codeshare agreements with 17 airlines, including Air Canada, All Nippon Airways, Brussels Airlines, Etihad Airways, JetKonnect, Kenya Airways, Malaysia Airlines, Qantas, Thalys and United Airlines. This relatively high level of debt will require high interest payments, and interest expense, which will temper profitability. Political factors can be tax policy, labor law, environmental law, trade restrictions, tariffs, and political stability.
Threats to the company include increase in aircrafts fuel costs and intense business competition. Historically, fuel costs have been subject to wide price fluctuations. With its strong capital base, Jet Blue was able to acquire a fleet of new airbus A320 aircraft. They can provide tour 1316 Words 6 Pages Jet Blue Case Part 1 Analysis: Financial Analysis- JetBlue, despite the hard times facing the airline industry, is doing well in comparison to its competitors. It also provides cargo services to courier companies, the postal department of the Government of India, international airlines, and financial institutions. The resulting airline would have been the country's largest, but the deal fell through in June 2006.
We would also like to thank the Director and Principal for this course. Subscribers interested in learning more about JetBlue should check out our full-page report in The Value Line Investment Survey. JetBlue is predominantly a point-to-point carrier, with the majority of its routes touching at least one of its six focus cities of New York, Boston, Fort-Lauderdale-Hollywood, Orlando, Long Beach, and San Juan, Puerto Rico. It follows the low cost strategy of Southwest Airlines but differentiate itself by facilitating customer with entertainment stuff. Legal This section is available only in the 'Complete Report' on purchase. The British Airways expects that due to the tope of the economic challenges, the organization should stay competitive in the industry. Geographic Risk: As mentioned above, JetBlue is expecting to expand its geographic reach into Latin America.