The Resource Ready for takeoff? : the potential for low-cost carriers in developing countries, Charles E. Schlumberger and Nora Weisskopf

Ready for takeoff? : the potential for low-cost carriers in developing countries, Charles E. Schlumberger and Nora Weisskopf

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Ready for takeoff? : the potential for low-cost carriers in developing countries
Title
Ready for takeoff?
Title remainder
the potential for low-cost carriers in developing countries
Statement of responsibility
Charles E. Schlumberger and Nora Weisskopf
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Language
eng
Summary
The emergence of Low-Cost Carriers (LCCs) has been a key catalyst for the development of the aviation industry in the last decade. This book identifies various definitions that have been applied to describe the LCC business model. In essence the majority of researchers define LCCs as carriers, which, through a variety of operational processes, have achieved a cost advantage over Full-Service Carriers. The key characteristics that can generally be found in LCCs are: (i) Simple service offering; (ii) Short-haul, point-to-point route structure; (iii) Usage of secondary airports; (iv) High aircraf
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Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
387.7/42091724
Index
index present
LC call number
HE9783.3.D44 2014
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Series statement
Directions in development. Infrastructure
Label
Ready for takeoff? : the potential for low-cost carriers in developing countries, Charles E. Schlumberger and Nora Weisskopf
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
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online resource
Carrier category code
cr
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rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Front Cover; Contents; Foreword; Acknowledgments; About the Authors; Executive Summary; Abbreviations; Introduction; Chapter 1 The Low-Cost Carrier Business Model; Definition; Key Elements of the LCC Business Model; Figures; Figure 1.1 Average Daily Aircraft Utilization by LCCs, 2011-12; Figure 1.2 LCC Average Stage Length, 2013; Figure 1.3 Online Distribution as Percentage of Total Distribution, 2011-12; Figure 1.4 Labor Productivity Comparison, 2011-12; Figure 1.5 Adherence to Low-Cost Model, 2011-12; Are Low-Cost Carriers Really Low Cost?
  • Figure 1.6 Comparison of U.S. CASM, Network Carriers, and LCCs, 2005-11Conclusion; Figure 1.7 Comparison of Network and LCC Fuel CASM; Notes; References; Chapter 2 The Impact of Low-Cost Airlines; Empirical Evidence for the Impact of Air Transport; The Impact of Low-Cost Airlines; Figure 2.1 Flowchart of LCC Impact; Tables; Table 2.1 Selected Air Transport Impact Studies; Box 2.1 Demand Stimulation-The Case of VivaAerobus; Boxes; Figure B2.1 Traffic Evolution Pre- and Post-LCC Entrance, Monterrey-Verracruz; Conclusion; References; Chapter 3 Two Case Studies: Mexico and South Africa
  • Figure 3.6 Trends in Economy Class Fares on the Johannesburg-Cape Town Route, 1989-96Conclusion; Notes; References; Chapter 4 Transferability of the LCC Model to Developing Countries-A Framework; Table 4.1 The Framework; Demand Conditions; Figure 4.1 Flight Intensity, 2012; Air Transport Infrastructure; Figure 4.2 Air Transport Infrastructure Quality, 2012; Air Transport Liberalization; Figure 4.3 Selected Lowest Economy Fare for African Routes, August 2012; Table 4.2 Elements of Air Service Agreements; Labor; Table 4.3 Intra-Regional Traffic by Type of Agreement; Safety and Security
  • Figure 4.4 Percentage of Firms Identifying Labor Regulation as a Major ConstraintTable 4.4 Accident Statistics and Accident Rates, 2012; Maps; Map 4.1 USOAP Results, 2012; Distribution; Aircraft Financing; Figure 4.5 Aircraft Financing: 2011 versus 2012; Table 4.5 Aircraft Financing Sources and Mechanisms; Fuel; Map 4.2 Ratification of Cape Town Convention; Governance; What Matters Most?; To Enter or Not to Enter? A Market Entry Model for an LCC in Egypt; Figure 4.6 Cost Advantage by Element, 2011; Table 4.6 Key Results Entry Behavior Model; Conclusion; Notes; References
  • The Mexican Wave: Growth and InnovationBox 3.1 From Bus to Plane-LCC VivaAerobus Partnership with Grupo IAMSA Bus Operator; Figure 3.1 Domestic Passengers, Mexico, 2000-12; Figure 3.2 Domestic Total, Trunk, and Regional Passengers, 2004-08; Figure 3.3 Fare Comparison Mexico City-Cancun, April 2012; Now Anyone Can Fly-The Impact of Low-Cost Carriers in South Africa; Figure 3.4 South African Airways International and Domestic Departures, 1990-94; Figure 3.5 Trends in Passenger Transport on Major Domestic Routes, 1986-96
Control code
ocn881318325
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781464802829
Lccn
2014022695
Media category
computer
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rdamedia
Media type code
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.b30926798
Specific material designation
remote
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  • (OCoLC)881318325
  • pebcs1464802823

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