Logistics and Corporate Airplane Travel

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Logistics and Corporate Airplane Travel
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March 5, 2011
Logistics is inextricably intertwined with the realm of corporate airplane travel. Kress (2002) argued that "logistics includes planning, managing, treating and controlling" resources in order to keep operations going in order to achieve desired objectives (p. 7). There are two ways of looking at the relationship between logistics and corporate airplane travel. The operational functioning of corporate airplane travel can be regarded from the perspective of the airlines, travel agents, and other travel service providers. From this perspective, the passengers may be regarded as the product of focus. From the perspective of the corporate...
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..... The era of environmental responsibility is one feature of the modern world which will have a definitive affect on the future of logistics and corporate airplane travel.
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