The Revenue and Cost of the Airline Company

Peng Qin


The airline industry is characterized by a number of business models with the most prominent being the Full Service Network Carriers (FSNC) and Low Cost Carriers (LCC) models. The main difference between full service network carriers and low cost carriers is how the airline companies operation their revenue and cost.

The advanced developments in telecommunications, air pollutions and the competition of high rail are three new challenges for the airline industry globally while an increasing passengers and the government policies are two big issues for Asia/Pacific regional airline companies. The fuel price and human-related costs are two big issues affecting the company’s cost. Code-sharing and advertising are two possibly ways in increasing company’s revenue, cutting down the fuel cost, advertising costs, controlling the human cost and cooperating with airports are four possibly ways in reducing company’s cost.

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