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Air Astana 2013

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Aizhana Zaleden

on 4 December 2013

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Transcript of Air Astana 2013

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Outline:
Introduction
Company background
Major products
Major Competitors
Body:
1) Location
2) Managing Quality
3) Supply-chain management
4) Human Resource
5) Inventory
6) Training of the engineering
7) SWOT Analysis
8) Problems/Recommendations
Conclusion

PURPOSE?
Supply Chain Management
Human Resource Management
Managing Quality
1. Safety
2. Staff & Trainings
3. Flight Operations
4. On-time Performance
5. On-board Services

Inventory
Inventory







On-time performance
Not enough direct destinations

Workforce
Workplace safety
Stuff development
SWOT analysis
Asiana Airlines
Austrian Airlines
Etihad Airways
KLM
Rossiya Airlines
Turkish Airlines

History
Major Products
Major Competitors
Founded: 2001
First flight: May 15, 2002
President: Peter Foster starting from 2005
Staff: 3 500 employees
Head office located in Almaty
A joint venture: Samruk-Kazyna National Welfare Fund of Kazakhstan (51%) and the UK’s BAE Systems (49%).


High Risk Flights
Problems with luggage
Restricted items
Problems
Training of the engineering
and maintenance team
Current Situation
Rated by Skytrax
Revenues
US$ 875.1 million, up 13% year-on-year
Net Profit
US$ 61.1 million
Passengers carried
US$ 3.24 million, up 6% year-on-year
Cargo
22,076 tonnes

Market Share
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