The Impact of the Cabin Crew Strike at British Airways

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Micro Economics
March 23, 2010
The Impact of the Cabin Crew Strike at British Airways
Introduction
British Airways plc, which is the flag carrier airline for the United Kingdom is also the largest airline in the United Kingdom. British Airways began its operations 90 years ago on August 25, 1919 (British Airways). British Airways was the largest airline in the United Kingdom in terms of passenger numbers until 2008 when Easy Jet was successful in taking this title away from British Airways.
This paper intends to discuss the impact, which the recent cabin crew strike has had on British Airways, its customer’s, suppliers and the competitors. The discussion will fundamentally be based on the theory...
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.....ompromise (Rothwell, 2010). British Airways should therefore, now look at bouncing back from this crisis as it did back in the year 2000.
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Harvey, Kathy, Back to Business. Marketing Business. July/August 2001.
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Accessed on 23 March 2010 <http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20100321/ap_on_bi_ge/eu_britain_british_airways>
Rothwell, Steven. BA Stock Gains Show Investors Back Walsh’s ‘Hardball’ Stance. Business Week. Accessed 24 March 2010 < http://www.businessweek.com/news/2010-03-23/ba-stock-gains-show-investors-back-walsh-s-hardball-stance.html>