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GMAT Essay Topic 547 - The following appeared in a memorandum from the CEO of Volare Airlines. "Even though our record last year of on-time takeoffs and arrivals was not as good as that of several other major airline companies, our total revenues were among the highest of any airline. Clearly, an on-time record is not the passengers' first concern, and so we should not risk reducing our revenues by trying to improve our record. Instead, we should try to attract new passengers by announcing a program of incentives and discounts. Consider that Flugel Airlines saw ridership increase last year after it lowered fares on its most popular routes, whereas Aero Airlines lost customers even after its president appeared on television to apologize publicly for flight delays." Discuss how well reasoned . . . Etc.

Score:5 June 6th, 2015 by
In the argument, the author concludes that the airline company should use their capital to lure new passengers by offering incentives and discounts on their flight tickets. He basis his conclusion ... Read more
Volare Airlines. Score:4.5 June 2nd, 2015 by
The argument states that even though the airline's record for last year of on-time takeoffs and arrivals was not as good as that of several other major airline companies, still the total revenues f... Read more
essay Score:5 March 23rd, 2015 by
The argument claims that Flugel airlines is massive change in their total revenue within a year. Hence, the airlines increase productivity should be overseen by an independent body. Stated in this ... Read more
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Volare Airlines Score:4 August 4th, 2014 by
The author of this argument concluded that on-time record are of little concern to the passengers and they should not risk reducing their revenues by trying to improve their records.Instead they sh... Read more
Up in the Air Score:4.5 September 27th, 2013 by
The airline business today like other industries has intense cut-throat competition. A small mistake or bad strategic decision could cost millions of dollars to an airline company.In the preced... Read more
On time services and their affects on Volare airlines Score:2.5 March 19th, 2012 by
As the learning curve increases the cost of production decreases thereby increasing the profits of the company.This has been explained by quoting an example of a photo processing company.However th... Read more
Incentives and Discounts enough for Airlines revenues Score:5 January 17th, 2010 by
The CEO of Volare Airlines argues that punctuality of airlines does not effect the revenues, on the contrary if the airlines focus on incentives and discounts the profits of the company will rise. ... Read more
Score:5 November 11th, 2009 by
This given argument from a memorandum from the CEO of Volare Airlines is based on weak logic because there is not enough evidence to support the claim that the flight record is not related to the r... Read more
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Volare Airlines Essay Score:4 October 24th, 2007 by
The CEO fo Volare Airlines states that flight puncuality is not a factor in a passenger's decision to fly, instead incentives and discounts are factors that will bring in more customers. This concl... Read more
Airline Policy Score:4.5 October 20th, 2007 by
The CEO's argument that an on-time record is not the passenger's first concern because despite our airline poor performance on arrival and departures didn't affect airline revenue and it was higher... Read more
argument essay Score:4.5 June 6th, 2007 by
In the argument above the airilines CEO tries to convince the reader that in order to increase revenues the company shouldn't focus on reducing the the delays on its aeroplanes but it should try ... Read more
Airlines Score:4 May 25th, 2007 by
The argument presented by the author for concentrating on introduction of incentives and discounts rather than on timely arrival and departure of flights is based on weak reasoning and flawed assum... Read more
Keeping records of Airlines Arugument 547 Score:4.5 January 22nd, 2007 by
The CEO of Volare Airlines' conclusion that improving their record precisely is nothing to do with their revenue and they ought to select a new way of attracting much more passengers such as discou... Read more

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