The Airline Industry and African-Americans Essay by Calwriter

The Airline Industry and African-Americans
This paper discusses the outlook within the airline industry regarding the job prospects for African-Americans and the overall future of the airline industry.
# 57207 | 1,965 words | 4 sources | APA | 2004 | US

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This paper discusses two problems that the airline industry faces: the lack of representation of African-Americans within the air industry and the shrinking overall outlook for the industry as a whole. The author stresses that the airline industry must turn to groups representing minority interests within the industry, such as the Organization of Black Airline Pilots (OBAP), which remains committed to increasing the representation of blacks in all spheres of the aviation industry, federal and commercial, and in management as well. The paper suggests that, even though there are objections, greater government intervention may be necessary to re-regulate the industry by instituting price controls, rationing fuel at airports, controlling the airports, and bringing in the Equal Opportunity Commission.

Table of Contents
Introduction and Project Objectives
Methodology for Addressing Problem
Strategy for Obtaining Input and Support
Project Plan with Timelines and Deliverables

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