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    • AIR INDUSTRY II Airline Business Prepared by: Arthur Digman II
    • OBJECTIVES  Identify the airlines of the world.  Identify types of the aircraft, aircraft manufacturing companies.  Identify the corresponding classes of service available depending on capacity.
    • COMMERCIAL AIRLINES  SKYTRAX - is a United Kingdom-based consultancy (originally known as Inflight Research Services), which runs an airline and airport review and ranking site.
    • TOP 10 BEST AIRLINES IN THE WORLD (2013) 10. 5. 9. 4. 8. 3. 7. 2. 6. 1.
    • LIST OF AIRLINE IATA CODES (CURRENT MEMBERS) ASIA PACIFIC AIR INDIA – AI JET AIRWAYS – 9W AIR NEW ZEALAND –NZ KOREAN AIR - KE AIR NIUGINI – PX MALAYSIA AIRLINES - MH ALL NIPPON AIRWAYS – NH PAL – PR ASIANA – OZ PIA - PK BANGKOK AIR –PG QANTAS - QF BIMAN – BG ROYAL BRUNEI -BI GARUDA – GA SIA - SQ FIJI AIRWAYS – FJ SILK AIR - MI JAPAN AIRLINES – JL THAI AIRWAYS - TG VIETNAM AIRLINES – VN SRILANKAN - UL
    • LIST OF AIRLINE IATA CODES (CURRENT MEMBERS) CHINA AND NORTH ASIA AIR CHINA – CA AIR MACAU – NX CATHAY PACIFIC – CX CHINA AIRLINES – CI CHINA EASTERN – MU CHINA SOUTHERN – CZ DRAGONAIR –KA EVA AIR –BR HONG KONG AIRLINES –HX
    • LIST OF AIRLINE IATA CODES (CURRENT MEMBERS) RUSSIA AEROFLOT –SU AIR ASTANA –KC AIR MOLDOVA -9U AZERBAIJAN -J2 GEORGIAN AIRWAYS –A9 SIBERIA AIRLINES –S7 UKRAINE AIRWAYS -PS
    • LIST OF AIRLINE IATA CODES (CURRENT MEMBERS) MIDDLE EAST AND NORTH AFRICA AIR ARABIA –G9 EGYPTAIR –MS EMIRATES –EK ETIHAD – EY GULF AIR –GF IRAN AIR –IR KISH AIR –Y9 KUWAIT AIRWAYS –KU LIBYAN AIRLINES –LN MEA –ME OMAN AIR –WY QATAR AIRWAYS –QR ROYAL JORDANIAN –AT SAFI AIRWAYS -4Q SAUDIA –SV SUDAN AIRWAYS –SD SYRIANAIR- RB TUNISAIR- TU
    • LIST OF AIRLINE IATA CODES (CURRENT MEMBERS) AFRICA AIR BOTSWANA –BP AIR MADAGASCAR –MD AIR MAURITIUS –MK AIR NAMIBIA –SW AIR SEYCHELLES –HM COMAIR- MN ETHIOPIAN AIRLINES –ET KENYA AIRWAYS –KQ SOUTH AFRICAN EXPRESS -XZ
    • LIST OF AIRLINE IATA CODES (CURRENT MEMBERS) EUROPE ADRIA AIRWAYS –JP AEGEAN AIRLINES –A3 AER LINGUS –EI AIR BERLIN –AB AIR CORSICA –XK AIR EUROPA –UX AIR FRANCE – AF AIR MALTA –KM ALITALIA – AZ AUSTRIAN –OS BLUE1 –KF BM1 –BM BRITISH AIRWAYS –BA BRUSSELS AIR –SN BULGARIA AIR –FB CONDOR – DE CROATIA AIRLINES –OU CYPRUS AIRWAYS –CY CZECH AIRLINES –OK ESTONIAN AIR –OV FINNAIR –AY IBERIA –IB ICELANDAIR –FI KLM –KL LUFTHANSA –LH SWISS –LX TAP PORTUGAL –TP TAROM – RO TURKISH AIRLINES –TK VIRGIN ATLANTIC -VS
    • LIST OF AIRLINE IATA CODES (CURRENT MEMBERS) NORTH AMERICA AIR CANADA –AC ALASKA AIRLINES –AS AMERICAN AIRLINES –AA DELTA AIRLINES –DL FEDERAL EXPRESS –FX HAWAIIAN AIRLINES –HA JETBLUE –B6 US AIRWAYS –US UNITED AIRLINES –UA UPS AIRLINES -5X
    • LIST OF AIRLINE IATA CODES (CURRENT MEMBERS) SOUTH AMERICA AERO REPUBLICA –P5 AEROLINEAS ARGENTINAS –AR AEROMEXICO –AM AVIANCA –AV COPA AIRLINES –CM CUBANA –CU LACSA –LR LAN AIRLINES –LA TACA PERU –T0 TAM –PZ
    • MAJOR AIRCRAFT MANUFACTURERS -Founded in 1916 by William E. Boeing. -An American multinational aerospace and defense corporation. -Merged with McDonnell Douglas in 1997. - With a revenue of $81.70 billion (2012). -Headquartered in Chicago, Illinois, US. - Delivered 601 commercial jets in 2012.
    • RECENT PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
    • COMMERCIAL PLANES Aircraft Model Description Capacity Released 787 Twin-engine, twin aisle, wide body 210-330 DEC 2009 777 Twin-engine, twin aisle, medium to 301-550 JUN 1994 long rage, ultra long-range, large wide body 767 Twin-engine, twin aisle, medium to 180-375 SEP 1981 long-range wide body 747 Four-engine, partial double deck, 467-605 FEB 1969 twin aisle main deck,medium to long range wide body. 737 Twin-engine, single aisle, short to 85-215 APR 1967 medium range narrow-body
    • • An aircraft manufacturing and subsidiary of EADS; European aerospace company. • Headquartered in Toulouse, France. • It began as consortium of aerospace manufacturers, Airbus Industrie. • Has 63,000 employees at 16 sites in 4 European Union countries: France, Germany, UK and Spain. • Fabrice Bregier as the Chief Executive Officer, Gunter Butschek as the Chief Operating Officer. • Producer of the first viable commercial aircraft, A320; and the world’s largest passenger airliner, A380. • Has a revenue of 33.10 Billion Euro in 2011.
    • PRODUCT LIST AND DETAILS AIRCRAFT DESCRIPTION CAPACITY RELEASED A300 2 engines, twin aisle 361 1972 A310 2 engines, twin aisle, modified A300 279 1982 A318 2 engines, twin aisle, shortened 6.17 m from A320 117 2002 A319 2 engines, twin aisle, shortened 3.77 m from A320 156 1995 A320 2 engines, twin aisle 180 1987 A321 2 engines, single aisle, lengthened 6.94 m from A320 220 1993
    • PRODUCT LIST AND DETAILS AIRCRAFT DESCRIPTION CAPACITY RELEASED A330 2 engines, twin aisle 440 1992 A340 4 engines, twin aisle, modified A300 440 1991 A350 2 engines, twin aisle 550 2013 A380 4 engines, twin aisle, double deck 853 2005
    • CLASSES OF SERVICE
    • CLASSES OF SERVICE A Travel Class is a quality of accommodation on public transport. The accommodation could be a seat or a cabin for example. Higher travel classes are designed to be more comfortable and are typically more expensive. • The business class and the first class are sure to get executive lounges and mileage bonuses. • The seats would be wide and flat bed type and would be within plastic shells. This would ensure more space and privacy. • The quality of the food had been improved with celebrity chefs creating the menu.
    • CLASSES OF SERVICE SQ BUSINESS CLASS SQ FIRST CLASS
    • CLASSES OF SERVICE CODES • A fare basis code or FBC specifies the rules of an airline's fare. • Fare codes starts with a single letter, called a booking code, representing the type of ticket and fare, followed by optional letters and digits, representing a specific set of fare rules, for instance how many days in advance the ticket needs to be booked, corporate discounts, or other special promotional elements. • F for first class • J for business class • Y for economy class • R, A, D, I, Z usually refer to special types of premium class tickets • W, T usually refer for premium economy class • B, H, K, L, M, N, Q, T, V, X generally to various types of discounted or restricted economy class tickets.
    • CLASSES OF SERVICE CODES
    • CLASSES OF SERVICE CODES