South West Airlines
This paper presents an historical overview of the company, discusses the reasons for the company success, identifies financial strengths, and provides a final conclusion.
# 47537 | 5,021 words | 8 sources | MLA | 2004 |
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A thorough business analysis of Southwest Airlines. It begins with a thorough company history, from its early start to recent times. It then provides a financial analysis of the company, including graphs and tables. The paper then provides a SWOT analysis of the company and examines its competitive advantages and disadvantages.
From the Paper:"In 1978, the airline deregulation act enabled airlines to set their own fares and enter or exit routes without government approval (Lam, 2003). The major airlines responded by dropping the unprofitable routes, in favor of the more profitable ones that were the long haul flights between big cities. Short haul flights still operated, but only as feeder flights to the major airports where the long haul flights departed from. In many cases, passengers had to fly short haul to a hub airport, then connect to another hub airport and take another flight to reach their final destination."
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