Boeing Vs

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1. Running Head; Boeing Vs. Airbus 1 (NAME) BOEING VS AIRBUS (COURSE) (PROFESSOR) (DATE) Total World count; 6386 2011
2. Boeing VS Airbus 2 Abstract The demand facing aircraft manufacturers for new orders is in principal derived fromthe perceived future demand for commercial aviation. Several key external economic factorsare likely to outline demand for new aircraft. These factors are accessed from the perspectiveof decision makers in the airline industry, Airbus and Boeing, in this paper. Also analysed inthe paper are the relevant strategies employed by both airliner makers to manipulate thisfactors or manoeuvre around them in order to survive in the market. The relevant theories ofstrategic management are also analysed in the paper. The
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In the 1960s,Boeing launched 727 while Douglas also stayed in the game by bringing its DC-9 to themarket. Towards the end of the Vietnam War, Boeing, Douglas, and Loughead all enduredeconomic difficulties.12Gradually recuperating from post-war economic circumstances,Boeing launched airliner 747. However, this model was too huge, which gave Loughead andDouglas the chance to manufacture smaller airliners. Loughead manufactured L-1011 whileMcDonnell Douglas presented DC-10. However, this was a blunder since there was just roomfor one model of miniature airliner in the market13. This ended in both corporations losingcapital and shoved Loughead in leaving the commercial aircraft development, becoming asolely military designer. Douglas continued the business but was monetarily feeble from thecompetition with Lougheadand thus it could not support the research and development ofnew planes. These issues raised the likelihood of Boeing to become a near monopoly in theaircraft industry. Although this outlook made Airline executives provisionally concerned,during the late 1970s, European plane producers totally altered the nature of the industry.France and UK, which had powerful aviation industries, had created the Concorde, the11 ibid12 ibid13 ibid
6. Boeing VS Airbus 6world’s single supersonic aeroplane.14These countries united with West Germany to form theAirbus Industries. During

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