Houston, We Have a Problem<br />Delta’s bankruptcy<br />Victoria Shaul<br />http://web.ebscohost.com/<br />
Case Summary<br />Some problems within the U.S Airline Industry<br />Airline Deregulation Act, 1978<br />Delta #3 after 9/...
Study Goals	<br />Understanding airline bankruptcy<br />Examine foreign airlines and their success<br /> Would they set a ...
MPR LINK<br />
Questions<br />How are US airlines becoming bankrupted?<br />Should Delta encourage a merger?<br />How are international a...
Methodology<br />Qualitative.<br />Various articles<br />Excessive research<br />Interviews of airline managers<br />
Reveals<br />Research shows that the US airlines are declining in value and continuing to struggle<br />There is a lot of ...
Conclusion<br />If  Delta would merge with Northwest Airlines and consider being more like foreign countries there will be...
Since 2007<br />Delta has bought out Northwest airlines<br />Delta has become a part of the SkyTeam Alliance (consist of 1...
Analysis<br />Interesting case<br />More interviews with other managers, employees and stockholders<br />Interviews with i...
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  • Problems:Deregulation Act is:Terrorist attacksFuel costBorrowing money, can’t pay backMoney to keep up operations and staffPassengers shopping for best priceExcessive seat availability, lower tix prices so fill upSolutions:Be similar to foreign airlines: Cheaper labor costs fuel surchargers – that passengers know about less competition, share routes
  • Houston, we have a problem

    1. 1. Houston, We Have a Problem<br />Delta’s bankruptcy<br />Victoria Shaul<br />http://web.ebscohost.com/<br />
    2. 2. Case Summary<br />Some problems within the U.S Airline Industry<br />Airline Deregulation Act, 1978<br />Delta #3 after 9/11 to file Chapter 11<br />Fuel cost<br />Loans<br />Staffing<br />Solutions<br />Be similar foreign airlines<br />
    3. 3. Study Goals <br />Understanding airline bankruptcy<br />Examine foreign airlines and their success<br /> Would they set a good guideline for the US airline industry?<br />
    4. 4. MPR LINK<br />
    5. 5. Questions<br />How are US airlines becoming bankrupted?<br />Should Delta encourage a merger?<br />How are international airlines escaping bankruptcy?<br />Are Unions affecting airlines?<br />
    6. 6. Methodology<br />Qualitative.<br />Various articles<br />Excessive research<br />Interviews of airline managers<br />
    7. 7. Reveals<br />Research shows that the US airlines are declining in value and continuing to struggle<br />There is a lot of competition within the industry<br />There is a lot of money issues<br />Foreign countries seem to have the industry under control<br />
    8. 8. Conclusion<br />If Delta would merge with Northwest Airlines and consider being more like foreign countries there will be a less stake at hand for bankruptcy.<br />
    9. 9. Since 2007<br />Delta has bought out Northwest airlines<br />Delta has become a part of the SkyTeam Alliance (consist of 14 international airlines)<br />Took 3 years to get out of bankruptcy<br />Delta has become a guideline for companies striving to get out of bankruptcy<br />
    10. 10. Analysis<br />Interesting case<br />More interviews with other managers, employees and stockholders<br />Interviews with international airline managers<br />Statistical graphs<br />
    11. 11. END<br />

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