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LCC and Future prospect of Airline Industry

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Transcript of LCC and Future prospect of Airline Industry

Penetration of LCC in different markets
Positive and Negative factors
Low Cost Carrier in Asia, Japan marketing
LCC AND FUTURE PROSPECT OF AIRLINE INDUSTRY
FUTURE STRATEGY OF JAL AND ANA
Our prospect for the future growth of airline industry in the world
1 - The total consumption of airline will go up
2 - The FSC will develop rather than
LCC
3 - The routine around Asia and Pacific and routines all over the world will be quite popular
4 - The ticket price will keep steadily among years
5 - The service will be much more better than it now

Competitive Price
Guaranteed stability
Saving time for Check in
Not so much crowded in airplane
Advantages of LCC
Disadvantages of LCC
Need to buy airline food
Overcharge about luggage
hard to find dedicated terminal
Change and Cancellation is not easy
Air Asia in Nagoya 2015
Decrease in domestic LCC flights for ANA and JAL
JAL
No plans to expand for LCC
Joining hands with U.S. companies ( Delta, American Airlines)
Focus on new equipment, new routes
I think JAL will be fine just serving its more traditional flights
ANA
Vanilla Air
Expand to 10 air crafts from 2 by 2015
To Sapporo, Okinawa, Honolulu, Guam and Saipan (also includes on international flights)
Increasing LCC support
I think ANA should continue and try to merge with Air Asia
AIR ASIA :
The first truly low-cost airline in Asia on Air Asia incorporated in Malaysia
In Japan, the low-cost airline is a relatively new thing. However, in 2012 there are three Japanese carriers launched a low-cost airline business. This is a three airlines Jetstar Japan (Jetstar Japan), Peach (Peach Aviation) and AirAsia Japan (AirAsia Japan).
Low Cost Carrier in Japan marketing
Low Cost Carrier in Japan marketing
In June 2014, Asia's largest low-cost airline AirAsia and Japan's largest online retailer Rakuten the parties have agreed to establish a joint venture to operate a low-cost airline in Japan.
LCC’s development and prospects in
Europe and North America
LCC’s penetration rate in different regions in 2010
The tendency of market
developments of Europe
STRATEGY FOR TOTAL GROUP COMPANY
Diversification
LCC's market penetration rate
Alliances
Thank you for your attention
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