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benefit passengers. More so, alliance partners work together to pool resources that can be used amongst themselves to o ff er be % er services to consumers. Regardless, each type of agreement plays a crucial role in today’s air transporta ! on system because of globaliza ! on and demographics (Cook & Billig, 2017). These agreements aim to expand networks and establish compe !! ve advantages against other carriers not part of these agreements.” Deregula ! on allowed free-market compe !! on, routes, and maximize consumer welfare without government restric ! on or interference. The consumers’ demands were provided by the airlines with full in-cabin service, legroom, comfortable sea ! ng, and reasonable fare pricing. With the establishment of new carriers such as low-cost carriers, regional carriers, charters, and legacy carriers the compe !! on was maximized. The consumer had a plethora of op ! ons to choose from especially pertaining to the fare war. September 11 had a drama ! c impact on the folding of many of the carriers with mergers, bankruptcies and the poor financial health to maintain in the industry caused a dras ! c hit to the avia ! on industry. Streamlining the air carriers increased the load factors, pricing remains moderate with ameni ! es for purchase. Globaliza ! on is impera ! ve in the airline industry. Airlines can establish themselves globally by becoming partners or alliances with other interna ! onal airlines to provide the customer with the best of both worlds, absolute reliability coupled with constant innova ! on with aircra $ type and the luxuries of the “First Class Cabin.” Thanks for your insight! Dr. Tyler Cook, G. N., & Billig, B. G. (2015). Airline opera ! ons and management . New York: Routledge. Kendall Terrell Aug 18, 2020 # Reply " Airline Deregula ! on. U.S Airline Deregula ! on Act of 1978. The avia ! on industry has taken a 180-degree turn since the Act of 1978. The Airline Deregula ! on Act of 1978, promulgated by President Carter, was the turning point for airlines, when economists put pressure on congress encourage compe !! on to promote lower fares and be % er service. The e ff ects of the new regula ! ons helped stabilized the avia ! on industry, but that stability wasn’t 100% guaranteed yet. Some of the main e ff ects the Deregula ! on Act of 1978 had on the airline can be classified as: 1. Hubs and Spoke: Airlines developed hub-and-spoke systems because they enable them to serve far more markets than they could with the same size fleet if they o ff ered only direct point-to-point service. Once on the ground, the arriving passengers and cargo from those flights are transferred conveniently to other planes that will take them to their final des ! na ! ons. 2. New Carries: The number of carries has doubled since 1978. Deregula ! on did more than prompt a major reshu ffl ing of service by exis ! ng carriers.
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