environmental impact the aircraft can cause. Aerospace and air transportation industries also expand the abilities for regions to join the global economy. Regions that are otherwise “landlocked” become open to imports and exports, creating economic development for the region. This market has restrictions set by multiple governments, ensuring that trade remains fair. User charges and taxation are also significant to this market. Additional service capabilities at these destinations is also vital to the success of the aerospace/air transportation industry. If aircraft are unable to receive services at these destinations, airlines and general aviation pilots are limited in how they are able to operate. The more services that are available, the better opportunity the airport has in receiving regular flights, ultimately benefiting their economy. Air Transport Action Group. (2011). The economic and social benefits of air transport . Retrieved from sport.pdf Sgouridis, S. (2011). Air transportation in a carbon constrained world: Long-term dynamics of policies and strategies for mitigating the carbon footprint of commercial aviation. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 45 (10), 1077-1091. doi: 10.1016/j.tra.2010.03.019
Andrew, This was a great post in comparing these particular airlines. In the end, a customer’s experience with the airline is most of time going to outweigh everything else. If a customer has a good experience with an airline, they are more likely to conduct business with them again. A bad experience could lead to negative reviews, making customers less likely to use the particular airline. Each individual has different factors that contribute to their decision to use a particular airline.
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