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    • Starting from boeing777 passenger carrier do a research (study) on that current scenario in aviation industry with active references to the latest aircrafts, safety equipments, upgraded in-flight services in a competitive scenario. Clearly specify the methods that you used in collecting this data and the sources there of your research should be backed by referencing bibliography.
    • Lufthansa IATA ICAO Callsign LH DLH LUFTHANSA Founded 1926 (as Deutsche Luft Hansa Aktiengesellschaft), refounded 1954 Frankfurt International Airport Hubs Munich Airport Düsseldorf International Airport Hamburg International Airport Focus cities Berlin-Tegel Airport Frequent flyer program Miles & More Member lounge HON / Senator Lounge Alliance Star Alliance 323 (+ 171 orders + 90 options); Lufthansa AG including subsidiaries: Fleet size 531 Destinations 209 in 81 countries (by June 2008) Company slogan There's no better way to fly. Headquarters Cologne, Germany Jürgen Weber (Head of Supervisory Board and former CEO), Wolfgang Key people Mayrhuber(CEO), Stefan Lauer (Aviation Services and Human Resources), Stephan Gemkow (CFO)
    • Expertise advantage through worldwide customer base Long gone are the days when Lufthansa Technik's expertise advantage stemmed solely from its support of Lufthansa s flight operation. The company now serves customers all over the world: airlines large and small, charter carriers, operators of VIP aircraft, airlines whose aircraft have to fly under extreme climatic conditions, or whose aircraft are subject to the strain of short-haul traffic with frequent takeoffs and landings. More and more airlines are outsourcing some or all of their fleet maintenance and overhaul to external specialists with strong technical know-how. They seek a partner with a wide range of skills that can assist them in every aspect of service and provide them with true added value – with everything they need coming from a single source, including engineering and logistics.
    • The world's leading provider of MRO services In an era of worldwide cooperation the aircraft is an indispensable means of travel. It can fly to virtually anywhere on earth within a day. In addition to its unique capabilities, it provides a degree of safety and reliability unmatched by other means of travel. The reasons for that are modern aerospace technology and meticulous servicing of aircraft on the ground. Lufthansa Technik AG is one of the world's leading providers of aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services. Safety, reliability and economy A modern airliner is a highly complex machine consisting of hundreds of systems and subsystems. To ensure the safety of passengers and to keep the airline's flight operations reliable and cost -effective, all these many components have to work together flawlessly. The technical servicing of aircraft, including engines and all components, is what Lufthansa Technik does to perfection. It offers airlines and other operators of commercial airliners whatever they need to keep their fleets in the best possible condition and their operating costs at a low level — everything from minor maintenance to complete overhauls, from repair of defective components to comprehensive spare-parts logistics.
    • First Class Business Class
    • Nice glass of Piper-Heidsieck A rose at every table Champagne to start off the flight Meal - Lufthansa Regional Business Salad With Balsamic Dressing Class
    • Appetizers
    • Wild Berry Charlotte in its Consommé, Horseradish-Pepper Crusted Beef with Sweet Cream Tenderloin, Spätzle, Asparagus and Rosemary Jus After-dinner chocolates Grilled Vegetable Antipasti With Sweet and Sour Sauce
    • History The United Arab Emirates was originally formed from tribally-organized Arabian Peninsula sheikhdoms along the southern coast of the Persian Gulf and the northwestern coast of the Gulf of Oman. It had been part of Oman and was then called Oman's Gulf. The UAE was established in 1971 when the emirates bonded together and became one united country. It has since evolved into a modern, high-income nation. The UAE, rich in oil and natural gas, has become highly prosperous after gaining foreign direct investment funding in the 1970s. The country has a relatively high Human Development Index for the Asian continent, ranking 31st globally, and had a GDP purchasing power parity of $200.5 billion in 2009 according to the IMF. Before 1971, the UAE were known as the Trucial States or Trucial Oman, in reference to a nineteenth-century truce between Britain and several Arab Sheikhs. The name Pirate Coast was also used in reference to the area's emirates in the 18th to early 20th century.
    • First class passengers have a full suite, First Class complete with closing doors to ensure privacy, a mini-bar, a coat rack and ample storage. They also feature the ICE system and a 23quot; LCD screen. The seat converts into a 2 metre (6 foot 7 inch) fully-flat bed. Private suites are currently being introduced on the latest B777- 300ER/ULRs and B777-200LRs and are already installed on all of Emirates' 10 Airbus A340-500 aircraft. Emirates 777 Business Class In business class, the following features are included on Boeing 777-200LRs, selected Boeing 777- 300ER/ULRs and selected Boeing 777-300s
    • The seat has a seat pitch of 34 in (86 cm) (Boeing 777-200/300 On the Airbus A340- 500, B777-200/LR, B777-300ER and Certain B777-300 and A340-300 aircraft there is a 10.6 in (25 cm) screen, and 16.5 cm (6.5 inches) on Airbus A330-200, certain Airbus A340-300 and older Boeing 777-300 aircraft that have not been retrofitted with the new cabins, for in-flight entertainment. The B777-200LR and select 777-300ERs also feature an in-seat power outlet. Emirates 777 Economy class
    • Baked fish, salmon salad Entrée and apple pie Japanese style, with teriyaki beef and rice, dorayaki, buckwheat noodles, and a beverage
    • critically analyze the advantages and disadvantages of the current scenario in the aviation industry. justify your reasons with the help of the data collected by you for your presentation. your presentation should conclude3 by comparing the latest technology with that available on an airbus A-300.your concluding statement should give your own opinion as a consequence of the research conducted by you. where do you fit the picture? what is your future in the aviation sector? how did you benefit from doing this research?? with the help of data collected by you, write a short essay for the aviation times magazine on the quot;future of domestic aviation sectorquot;
    • The Airbus A300 is a short to medium range wide body aircraft. Launched in 1972, it was the first twin-engined wide body in the world, and the first aircraft created by the Airbus consortium of European aerospace companies, which is now fully owned by EADS. The A300 (along with the A310) ceased production in July 2007. Freighter sales which the A300 competed for are to be fulfilled by a new A330-200F derivative Technology Airbus A300 fuselage cross-section, showing the passenger compartment above and the baggage area below. On display in the Detaches Museum in Munich, Germany. Egypt Air Airbus A300-600RAirbus partners employed the latest technology, some derived from the Concorde. On entry into service, in 1974, the A300 was very advanced and influenced later subsonic airliner designs. The technological highlights include: Advanced wings by de Havilland (later BAE Systems) with: supercritical airfoil section for economical performance advanced aerodynamically efficient flight controls 222-inch diameter circular fuselage section for 8-abreast passenger seating and wide enough for 2 LD3 cargo containers side-by-side Structures made from metal billets, reducing weight First airliner to be fitted with wind shear protection Advanced autopilots capable of flying the aircraft from climb-out to landing Electrically controlled braking system
    • Imagine sleeping on a fully flat bed in your own private bedroom, 40,000 feet above the earth. Close the dual sliding doors to create your own private suite, offering unrivalled privacy and more personal space than one can imagine. It’s not a dream; it’s our luxurious new First Class. With only 8 seats in the cabin and a seat pitch of 90 inches you'll be travelling in utmost comfort. When it’s time to unwind, slip on your Bose noise cancelling headphones and enjoy the latest in-flight entertainment on your 23-inch flat screen TV. You can relax through the journey by watching from over 75 movies, various Business programmes and a number of short programmes. We also have 9 audio channels so you can listen to the music of your choice. Of course, it’s all on demand so you control what you watch and when you watch it. Want to work from your private bedroom? We provide you with a laptop power plug and adapters. With high speed connection and Wi-Fi onboard, you'll be thoroughly prepared for your business by the time you arrive.
    • Your personal Amenity Kit boasts of Bulgarian EDT White tea Spray, comb, a Gillette razor and Shaving Cream, socks, Mouthwash, toothbrush and Moisturizer are the blanc body lotion. Other articles that we provide for your comfort are lip balms, facial sprays, sleeper suits, eye masks and slippers. There’s a private wardrobe, too. So you’ll arrive in style no matter where your travels take you. Come dinnertime, select from a tantalizing menu specially created to suit every palate. Personalize your five-course meal and choose what you want and when you want from our wide selection of world-class cuisine. Be spoilt for choice with two of the world’s finest champagne, or appreciate our extensive selection of fine award-winning wines.
    • MEALS SERVED They will be served food and drinks of a gastronomically high level and in tune with the times. Information about the food and wine is provided on menus, with the service taking the customer’s individual preferences and wishes into account. At the beginning of the flight, each customer is served with a bottle of fresh spring water to enjoy on the journey. An example of the meal service onboard an intercontinental flight operated in the daytime: two choices of starters a soup either as a fast meal, as a supplement or as a choice three choices of main course as dessert a cheese plate, fruit and ice-cream, on flights towards Finland also a pastry as a snack sandwiches and fruit from basket and ice-cream snack service before landing On night flights the meal service is lighter to ensure undisturbed travel and time for rest. A large assortment of coffees and teas is available in Business Class on intercontinental flights. We serve Robert's Coffee, espresso and cappuccino, plus decaf of US flights. Our tea assortment includes sugar.
    • SPECIAL MEALS A special meal can be ordered when you book a flight through a travel agent, your local Finnier Customer Care Center in Helsinki. If any information (flight number, airline, travel class or date of travel) in a flight reservation is changed, the meal must be ordered again. The special meals may contain traces of almonds, nuts or celery. A few jars of baby food for infants are carried on scheduled European and intercontinental flights. The meal onboard is also served to children under the age of 2, if a seat has been reserved for them. A special child meal can only be ordered for Business Class, since the meal in Economy Class is quite suitable for children as well.
    • personal in-flight entertainment systems Everything in general Helpful staff, comfortable planes, individual screens and good food. prices, service  Modern aircraft. Excellent in flight service  Cheap, good food, better than average legroom. Well maintained modern fleet and excellent in flight service  Excellent service Good value for money Good staff and aircraft Staff, efficient, good entertainment, punctual Comfortable, efficient airlines New planes and friendly service New Aircraft.
    • Broken in-flight entertainment systems Absolutely nothing None really, but often a bit more expensive than budget flights just those you get with any long haul flight! Air miles hard to claim with their partner KLM. In flight cuisine is average quality lacking in amenities Food is a bit dodgy for Western taste The airport, time delays
    • BASIC RULES FOR FIRST AID INFLIGHT Listed below are six basic rules for administering first aid in-flight. They are applied in all first aid situations. Keep calm and determine the injuries or sudden cause of illness. Find out exactly what happened. Information may be obtained from the customer, friends, family or witnesses. Put on latex gloves before administering first aid, particularly when treating an open wound. Gloves are available in the CPR bags, Vital 1 and one box is attached to each First Aid Kit. Check for an emergency medical alert emblem or other identification, such as a card, bracelet or necklace to provide information on the customer's condition (have a witness when searching for identification). If customer's condition appears serious, do not hesitate to use the P.A. and request medical assistance from a doctor that may be on board. Credentials should always be checked before relinquishing your duties. Treat injuries in order of their importance.
    • The urgent conditions first. Breathing Bleeding Broken bones Burns Loosen tight clothing around neck and waist. Do not give liquids to an unconscious customer. Maintain communication with flight deck.