I think they do the best they can with the cer fica on process Stacey Tyler Aug

I think they do the best they can with the cer fica

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erent repair processes that have to be performed. I think they do the best they can with the cer ! fica ! on process. Stacey Tyler Aug 31, 2020 # Reply " Hi David- Nicely Done! You men ! oned, “The DOT formerly held much more authority over airlines prior to the deregula ! on act of 1978, and even less following their sunset on approving airline mergers in 1989, an act now overseen by the department of Jus ! ce (DOJ). An example of the DOT's role is when Delta and Northwest Airlines were planning to merge. According to Michael Reynolds, the Ac ! ng Assistant Secretary for Avia ! on and Internal A ff airs at the USDOT, "DOT would then consider a wide range of issues that fall within its jurisdic ! on, including interna ! onal route transfers, economic fitness, code-sharing, and possible unfair or decep ! ve prac ! ces" Since Deregula ! on in 1978, the avia ! on industry encountered a significant loss of nearly $60 million and increasing year over year. U.S. opera ! ons encountered most of the lost since 9/11. September 11 had a drama ! c impact on the avia ! on with the decline in demand and resul ! ng in the liquidity crisis, which steered towards billions in government cash and loan guarantees, which is known as a bailout. In addi ! on, September 11 created a major doom for the avia ! on in regards to unemployment, cu & ng wages and working long hours, not including mergers and bankruptcies. Management philosophy is to work more for less by ge & ng more work out of an employee for lower wages. I have experienced several mergers from American and TWA; Delta and Northwest; US Airways and America West; US Airways and American; and US Air bankruptcy. Thanks for your insight! Dr. Tyler Cook, G. N., & Billig, B. G. (2017). Airline opera ! ons and management: A management textbook . London; New York: Routledge. Reynolds, M. (May 2008). DOT's Role in the Airline Industry's Ongoing Restructuring. transporta ! on.gov. Retrieved from: h % ps:// ! on.gov/tes ! mony/dots-role-airline-industry%E2%80%99s-ongoing- restructuring#:~:text=The%20DOT%20has%20the%20obliga ! on,and%20decep ! ve%20prac ! ces%20by%20airlines.&text=This%20OpSpec%20pro vides%20legal%20authority,authority%20over%20the%20combined%20opera ! on. Samanta Mederos Garcia Aug 26, 2020 # Reply " Airlines carry out the huge responsibility of providing safe passage for the traveling public and the transporta ! on of goods. The airline is under contract to ensure proper avia ! on safety for the passenger who bought the ! cket, for their checked baggage or belongings, as well as for any cargo onboard the aircra $ . Not surprisingly, airlines opera ! ons must be in compliance with a set of rules, regula ! ons, and standards established by mul ! ple agencies that oversee the industry levels of safety and e ciency. U.S. Department of Transporta " on (DOT) Airlines opera ! ng in the United States must be in compliance with DOT Avia ! on Enforcement Orders. These orders are oriented to consumer protec ! on, prohibi ! ng airlines against unfair and decep ! ve prac ! ces. Airlines are prohibited from subjec ! ng a person in air transporta ! on to discrimina ! on on the basis of race, color, na ! onal origin, religion, sex, or ancestry (U.S. Department of Transporta ! on, 2020). The DOT compila

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