Was born the largest airline in the world after it became official a merger agreement between the American airlines and juve
Is the new company will operate in nine central airports will have a fleet of 950 aircraft will have 6,700 flights a day and transport to a total of 187 million passengers the airline industry in the last ten years has suffered from severe crises
The rising price of fuel and the strong demands for the birth of low-cost airlines
This has led large companies to have to use an unconventional mechanism until about 20 years ago
The functions as well today the managers of the most important airlines of the United States started one of the largest alliances in the world we are proud to launch the new american airlines the first global airline perfectly prepared for
Compete and win against the best in the world with this union the new airline that will operate under the name of american
Airlines aims to get annual benefits of around 40 billion dollars and a savings by 2015 of more than 1 billion thanks to this type of partnership.
Although analysts believe that with this unification the rates could increase considering that the values of tickets have increased 11 percent of 2009 the new American airlines will have to present prices of competitive flights
If you do not want to be forgotten quickly and get millionaire losses as it has happened to other airlines in the world
hello everyone thank you for your attention it’s time to get you ready for takeoff we know you have lots of choices so thanks for choosing American we’re happy to be your airline now if you’ll just follow along with me we’ll be on our way welcome aboard before we depart here are
some important safety instructions first things first let’s buckle those belt insert the metal end into the buckle and pull the strap to tighten to open simply lift on the top of the buckle and remember seatbelts should be fastened whenever you’re seated just in case of unexpected turbulence to get us on our way make sure your seat is up all electronic devices are put away and your trade table is stowed if you have a
carry-on push it all the way under the seat in front of you if it won’t fit place it in the overhead bin if you have a handheld device please switch it to airplane mode now you’ll find our full electronic device policy in the back of your American Way US law prohibits smoking including electronic cigarettes at any time tampering with disabling or destroying smoke detectors in the laboratories may result in a fine u.s. law requires all to comply with lighted and posted signs and crew member instructions now let’s review the safety card please pay close attention and before you know
it we’ll be off all exits on this airplane are clearly marked take a moment to locate the nearest one keep in mind it may be behind you all exits have evacuation slides to use in an emergency when directed to exit jump onto the slide and move away from the airplane some slides may also be used as a wrap except those over the wings you’ll find the exact location on your safety card this aircraft is designed with escape
lighting on or near the floor a sign will indicate you have reached your exit in the event of an evacuation escape path lighting will appear follow the lights until you’ve reached your exit leave all carry-ons behind just head quickly and safely to the nearest exit and don’t forget it may be behind you
now if the airplane loses pressure oxygen masks will drop automatically while remaining seated with your seatbelt fastened pull down on the mask to extend the tubing the yellow cup goes over your nose and mouth like so then slip the band over your head to secure the mask to your face the band adjust automatically normal breathing will start the flow of oxygen and remember to always put your own mask on first before helping others life vests are located either under or next to your seat turn over the vest pull the tab or compartment handle to break the seal for
help locating them see your safety card remove the vest from the package like this put the vest over your head wrap the strap around your waist attach the buckle and pull tight once outside pull the tab to inflate your vest or blow into the red tube on the side in the water a light on your vest will illuminate and please only inflate your vest outside the airplane now your seat cushion may be used as a flotation device just remove the lower cushion and put your arms through the straps found on the opposite side the crew will now be coming around to do a final cabin check after takeoff we’ll be back with more information and if you need anything don’t hesitate to ask as always we’re here to make your flight great coz
Have you ever wondered why super-successful companies like Nokia or Kodak suddenly lose s your advantage? Or how companies like Commodore Computers, Grundig, Nakamichi, Newsweek or Polaroid could fail? They do not have abundant R & D resources, the best employees and deep knowledge of their ?
Yes, but they had something else in common:
All of them missed the moment when they should have left their successful path to rethink your business model. They lost out on radical innovation because were too busy managing daily activity and serving their current customers – rather than for future opportunities. In other words: Today’s success is the enemy tomorrow’s success! The innovation cycle spins faster than ever in almost every industry. Whether innovation increases the value to the customer of a product or service, or reduces its costs
and thus creates a competitive advantage. Apple, for example, creates a high perception value for the customer with its new and innovative products. And Dell, reduces its costs and capital work through the processes of build on orders. But although its importance is indisputable, there are many misconceptions about innovation. Three myths are particularly pervasive: The First; Innovation comes from ideas that no one has had before. Second; Great success requires great resources. and third; Disruptive innovations are always based on fascinating technologies. Fortunately, they are all wrong! IBM did not invent the personal computer, Apple did not invent the MP3 technology, and Amazon did not invent the online bookstore. Successful innovators learn and recombine – while the pioneers are devoured by the wolves. Cisco had practically no R & D resources, but its innovation exceeded the largest research laboratory in the world; The AT & T – Bell Labs.
Today, 14 of the 25 most innovative companies have innovated in their business model – and not just its technology! Considers companies like Google, Amazon or Ebay. Great algorithms, yes, but it’s the
business model, and not just the technology that is responsible for its success. So, what exactly is an innovation in the business model?
A business model offers answers to four questions: Who is your target customer? What does it offer to customers? How do you create the value proposition? And how do you generate income?
And a business model innovation changes at least two of these four dimensions! In our research, we have seen the biggest innovations in business models in the last 50 years. All of them have revolutionized one or more industries. For example, Ikea has redefined the way of buying furniture, TomTom has transformed the navigation business, or Ebay has changed the world of commerce. However, only 10% of these innovations in business models were new and introduced new business model patterns. The other 90% just adapted, refining or combining said patterns. For example, innovative companies often creative imitation. They wondered: How does innovation in another’s business model
Could industry revolutionize our own industry? In total, we have identified 55 patterns of business models that are responsible for all
innovations in business models. For example fixed rates, supermarket, rent instead of buying, selling experience, e-commerce or
The Rake and Blade Pattern.
Let’s take a look at this: Since 1904, Gillette has been offering traps, but instead sells the blades to obscenely high prices. Nespresso has creatively imitated this pattern, selling cheap coffee and expensive coffee – and revolutionized the coffee industry. And many other companies have also applied the Rake and Blade model, Do you remember Apple’s iTunes, Amazon Kindle or Hewlett Packard inkjet printers? Now, what do YOU have to do to innovate in YOUR business model? We advise you to follow these four steps: Initiation, ideation, integration and implementation. During the Initiation, you must analyze your current business model. Once again: Who is your target customer? What does it offer to customers?
How do you create the value proposition? And how do you generate income?
During the Idea, this business model contrasts with the 55 patterns of innovation in business models and develops new models. How would Nespresso conduct your business?
O is there a match between your product and the sales experience pattern