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Airlines. Group 1 Rina , Marya , Shizuka and Chiho. A irplane companies. Why do people use airlines?. To carry people To carry packages One way of traveling . Other reasons to travel . Relaxing Business Interact with other people Shopping Studying Sports Scenic beauty .

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airlines

Airlines

Group 1

Rina, Marya ,Shizuka and Chiho

why do people use airlines
Why do people use airlines?
  • To carry people
  • To carry packages
  • One way of traveling
other reasons to travel
Other reasons to travel
  • Relaxing
  • Business
  • Interact with other people
  • Shopping
  • Studying
  • Sports
  • Scenic beauty
year 1978 deregulation act
Year 1978 Deregulation Act
  • What is deregulation act?
  • Airline deregulation: is the process of removing entry price restrictions on airlines in particular, the carrier permitted to serve any routes.

This had a big influence on airplane companies

before the deregulation
Before the deregulation
  • Government CAB and CAA had control of the airplanes.
  • Airplanes are carrying the government mail
  • Then, the airplane companies pay by the government.
what is cab
What is CAB?
  • The full name is Civil Aeronautics Board.
  • This was entrusted with safety rulemaking, accident investigation, and economic regulation of the airlines
what is caa
What is CAA?
  • CAA is the shortened name.
  • Full name is Civil Aeronautics Act.
  • CAA was responsible for airman and aircraft certification, safety enforcement, and airway development
effects
Effects
  • Abandoned less profitable routes
    • Ex. Until 1978, United Airlines had flown to Bakersfield, California, a booming oil town of 225,000 people
    • Deregulation: United pulled out of Bakersfield, depriving the city of any flights to bigger cities, such as San Francisco or Las Vegas.
effects1
Effects
  • Point to point air transport declined
    • Favored hub and spoke system
      • Ex. Delta Air Lines had a major hub at Atlanta while Eastern ran its hub operations from Miami
      • Both airlines ran many daily round trip flights from their hubs
      • Planes in the air for more hours each day and filling more seats
effects2
Effects
  • Brought competition
    • Heavy loss and conflicts with labor unions
    • 9 major carriers and more than 100 smaller airlines – BANKRUPT or LIQUIDATED
      • Ex. Number of major carriers in the US fell from 6 in 1978 (including United, American, Delta, Eastern, TWA, and Pan Am) to three by 1991 (United, American, and Delta)
effects3
Effects
  • Fare per passenger mile – 9% lower in 1994 than in 1979
    • Adjusting for inflation
    • Ticket buyers saved $100 billion on fares alone
  • Passenger loads rose
    • Airlines can now transfer longer aircraft to longer, busier routes and replace them with smaller ones on shorter, lower traffic routes
  • Total operating revenues for the major national and international airlines rose in 1979
effects4
Effects
  • Fuel costs, economic recession, wanton overexpansion
history
History
  • Hawaiian Airlines was incorporated on January 30, 1929.
  • The name Inter-island Airways Ltd.
  • Thousands of people gathered in Honolulu to see the departure to other islands.
  • Also, the authorized inter-island airmail service.
history1
History
  • In 1941, Inter-Island changed the name to Hawaiian Airlines.
history2
History
  • In 1960: Dramatically increased air traffic.
  • In 1966: Added first jet.
  • Travel time between the islands was reduced.
history3
History
  • In 1990, flawless safety and premium services started.
  • These service started to catch attention of international travel publication,
history4
History
  • In 2001,they began a comprehensive fleet modernization program.
  • In 2002, 2003: They changed the model of the airplanes.
  • In 2010: Added 27 more airplanes.
history5
History
  • Today, Hawaiian Airlines carries an average 8 million customers a year and serves 20 domestic and international destinations in the Pacific region.
hawaiian airlines meals
Hawaiian airlines’ meals
  • Comprehensive meals
complimentary
Complimentary

Branch before 10a.m.

Lunch after 10a.m.

Choice of Spinach & Cheese Manicotti & Chocolate Cake OR

Ham & Cheese Sandwich & Chocolate Brownie

Turkey Sandwich & Macadamia Nut Cluster

  • Breakfast Frittata with Spinach, Peppers, Onions & Cheese
  • Blueberry Muffin

Late Night

  • Turkey & Swiss Sandwich
  • Turkey & Swiss on Sweet Bread Roll
  • Dried Fruit & Nut Mix
available for purchase
Available for Purchase

Continental U.S. to Hawaii

Hawaii to Continental U.S.

Taco Salad w/ Chicken, Tortilla Chips, Salsa, Guacamole, Sour Crème, Ranch Dressing, Milano Cookie, Hawaiian Springs Water

Cheeseburger 5oz Angus Beef Patty w/ cheddar cheese, lettuce, tomato, pickles, potato chips and Hawaiian Springs Water

  • Greek Salad w/ Chicken, Greek Vinaigrette, Pita Chips, Hummus, Milano Cookie, Hawaiian Springs Water
  • Sushi Plate w/ California Roll, Teriyaki Chicken, Side Salad w/ Oriental Dressing, Milano Cookie, Hawaiian Springs Water
other airlines meals

$10-20

Other airlines’ meals
  • Continental airlines
  • American airlines meals
in seat entertainment

$15

In-Seat Entertainment

digEPlayers

  • On-demand movies, TV, cartoons, and more
  • Lightweight, portable, device
  • Listen to music or audio books
  • Include two rental headsets
slide30
Value pack

TV Shows

Two and a Half Men

Rap's Hawaii

Family Guy

The Simpsons

Glee

Man vs. Wild

Mystery of the Hope Diamond

E! THS: Taylor Swift

Hokulea

Textured Lives

Holo Mai Pele

Vampire Diaries

Hawaii Five-0

Kath & Kim

Movies

  • The King's Speech
  • Unstoppable
  • True Grit
  • Black Swan
  • The Fighter
  • Last Samurai
  • Lake House
  • The Town
  • Devil Wears Prada
  • Titanic
  • Honeymoon in Vegas
  • North Shore
slide32

Frequent Flyer Program 1

Loyalty program by airlines

Customers enrolled in the program accumulate frequent flyer miles

corresponding to the distance flown on that airline or its partner

slide33

Frequent Flyer Program 2

  • Using co-branded credit and debit cards for free air travels
  • Miles can redeemed for free air travel
slide34

You can earn HawaiianMiles when you fly on Hawaiian Airlines

  • Also, you can earn HawaiianMiles when you fly on partner airlines

Continental Airlines

Delta Airlines

Island Airlines

Virgin Atlantic Airlines

Korean Airlines

slide35

1. Earn HawaiianMiles→ Continental Airlines/Continental Express/Continental Connection flight

within or between the 48 contiguous U.S and Alaska

2. Flight to and from Hawaii, or outside of the United States are excluded.

EX) if you want to go to Japan vie Los Angeles, you will only earn HawaiianMiles from Honolulu to Los Angeles.

slide36

You can earn HawaiianMiles on all route Delta Airlines flies

Island Air Codeshare

To Molokai/Lanai/Kapalua/Maui airports.

Reservation must be made by phone through Hawaiian Airlines Reservations or online.

Booking directly with Island Air does not qualify.

slide37

Make your reservation with Virgin Atlantic Airlines or Korean Airlines, and provide your HawaiianMiles membership number.

if you want to share HawaiianMiles with your Family, you can give your miles to your family.

Also!!

slide38

Yield Management Program

Meaning-

1. optimizes the allocation of seat inventory and

pricing on a flight-by-flight, minute-to-minute basis

2. thereby enhancing the revenue potential of every

flight.

combines- historical/current data directly

                 ↓

using actual transaction and creates passenger

demand forecasts by segment face class.

slide39

1. Revenue management is a key part for the future and foundation financial success.

2. After evaluating other systems, Hawaiian choose SDT’s application as the tool to implement this key business strategy.

3. Hawaiian has an excellent opportunity to generate stronger utilization of its assets and, thus improved profitability.

source of information
Source of Information
  • http://www.centennialofflight.gov/essay/Commercial_Aviation/Dereg/Tran8.htm
  • http://www.hawaiianair.com/Aboutus/Hawaiian-/
  • http://www.centennialofflight.gov/essay/Commercial_Aviation/Dereg/Tran8.htm
references
References
  • http://www.centennialofflight.gov/essay/Commercial_Aviation/Dereg/Tran8.htm
  • http://www.fundinguniverse.com/company-histories/Hawaiian-Airlines-Inc-Company-History.html