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Pegasus sunum

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Oğuzhan Özer

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Swot Analysis
Porters Five Forces Analysis of the Airline Industry
On 1 December 1989 two businesses, Net and Silkar, partnered with Aer Lingus to create an inclusive tour charter airline called Pegasus Airlines
By 1992, tourists began returning to the country and Pegasus grew with the acquisition of a third 737-400.
In 2008, it carried a total of 4.4 million passengers. In 2013 the passenger traffic grew even further to 16.8 million passengers carried.
In 2007, Pegasus carried more passengers in Turkey than any other private airline.
In January 2005, ESAS Holdings purchased Pegasus Airlines and placed Ali Sabanci as the chairman. Two months later, he changed the airline from a Charter airline, to a Low-Cost airline.
Sevim Bayraktar
Cansu Tiryakioğlu
Oğuzhan Özer
Ahmet Arıca

- Strong balance sheet and growing cash flow with in system

- Online service

- Appropriate, accessible price policy with low-cost strategy

- First-mover advantage in Turkey

- Reduced labor costs

- In-depth industry experience

- direct customer sales and distribution

- Innovative cost reduction

- Brand name

- Substantial growth in Europe according to Official Airline Guide’s report in 2011 and 2012

- Flight at the time performance

- Fleet – Pegasus Airlines ordered a fleet that contains 100 planes which cost 12 billion $

- Use of technology

- Customer services (problems about tickets for example, they show the price unless taxes and service cost at their advertising and web site, restrictions, extra costs)

- Quality of service

- Having insufficient social responsibility projects

- Limited locations and traveling routes

- Geopolitical location of Turkey
- Building third airport in Istanbul and second runway in SAW.
- Technological development
- Agreements with other companies (renting car, ordering meal before flight to eat while flying, booking a hotel room)
- Growing industry
- Decreased product costs through scales of economy.
- The ability to leverage other industry participants marketing efforts to help grow the general market.
- Innovation
- Tourists destination
- Increased in demand

- Future/ potential competition from an already established market participants (new low cost entrants, mergers/ alliance between competitors)

- Increasing costs

- A slump in the economy that could have a negative effect on people's spending discretionary income.

- Government regulation (max-min price, taxes, regulations, etc.)

- Slow economic growth in Turkey

- Weather conditions

- Substitute transportation (cars, buses, speed trains)

The company offered 34.5% of its shares of stock to the public.
Fastest growing Airline Company in Europe according to Official Airline Guide’s report in 2011 and 2012.
Tows Matrix
Leading low-cost airline in Turkey
Source: centerforaviation.com
Source: centerforaviation.com
Pest Analysis
Porter's Competitive Advantage
Porter's Value Chain
Financial Analysis

1) Introduction
1.1) About the firm: PEGASUS
1.2) Company’s Position in the Life Cycle

2) External Environment
2.1) Porter’s Five Forces Analysis of the Airline Industry
2.2) PESTEL Analysis

3) Internal Analysis of Pegasus Airlines Corporation
3.1) Pegasus SWOT Analysis
3.2.) Pegasus TOWS Matrix
3.3) Porter's Competitive Advantage
3.4) Value Chain
3.5) Financial Analysis

4) Strategic Map and Probable Scenarios

5) Strategy Recommendation

6) Strategy Implementation

Primary Activities
Inbound logistics
Operations
Marketing and sales
Service

Support Activities
Firm Infrastructure
HR Management
Technology development
STRATEGY RECOMMENDATION
Our strategy recommendations after Pegasus' strategic analysis are to;

- Create routes in Eastern Europe, Middle East, South Africa and the Balkans using some of their low cost strategies to enter those regions

- Stay steady market share increase

- Increase the investment in becoming as green as
possible not only for the airline image but also to meet the EU carbon emission levels limits

- Use the brand name to provide their customers a benefits membership card to minimize the impact of the lack of loyalty and price focus
STRATEGY IMPLEMENTATION
After our strategy recommendation, we can chose a better strategy for Pegasus Airlines Corporation to increase this company's strategy, operational and financial situation in the industry and the share market to increase investments in the company.

Choosing a SO (strengths-opportunity) and ST (strengths-threats) strategies, could help this company getting better;

Creating routes in Eastern Europe, Middle East, South Africa and the Balkans using some of their low cost strategies to enter those regions and;

increasing the investment in becoming as green as possible not only for the airline image but also to meet the EU carbon emission levels limits would be strategies that Pegasus should implement in its company.
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