Saying "no" 80% of the time. Or, an airline's guide to weathering regional economic challenges through a strict alignment of strategy and execution.
EasyJet's mission is to deliver market leading returns to its shareholders through maintaining a leading European network at primary airports, with a clear focus on making travel easy and affordable for its customers.
Ryanair, Europe's largest airline is a low cost carrier with a formidable track record of implementing low-cost carrier business model, by keeping costs low, volumes high and finding additional revenue sources.
How an airline that consumers claim to hate continues to outperform competitors on profit margin and revenue growth
Ryanair, the Dublin-based low cost carrier (LCC), celebrates its 30th birthday this year. Though some may scoff at the company’s claim to be “Europe’s favorite airline,” the numbers are hard to dispute. This year the airline will carry 105m customers […]
JetBlue is the leisure traveler’s airline, offering leather seats and DirectTV at a discount to legacy airlines. But how will their customers react to an expensive premium cabin? Is JetBlue still a low cost carrier?
JetBlue is a full service, low cost airline that serves as a great example of a company whose business model and operating model exist in harmony. At its’ inception, JetBlue’s hybrid full service, low cost business model shocked the traditional airline industry. However, the balance between customer service and investor demands have recently tested JetBlue’s true value proposition.
Southwest Airlines continues to touch the sky in low-cost operations and superior customer service — proving the ability to sustain competitive advantages in the face of fierce industry competition by effectively aligning its operating and business models.
Ryanair case – Low-cost philosophy revolutionized airline business in Europe
Surf Air has proven to be a game changer in an era where commercial air travel has come to be detested.