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09 April 2010 @ 05:13 pm
Last resort, I hope?  
I am working on this report for my Global Strategic Management class and came across the point of listing potenital synergies among the airline industry.  I have been going at this thing for three days now and this is the last part I need to do before I proofread, edit, and turn it in.  I swear, my brain is leaking out my ear - what does the word 'synergies' mean in this context?  I'm on the seventh page of this report.  I just want to get it done and have a weekend without it. 

If you can help, please do!  It will be a big help.  I have been bugging my teacher about it all day and he must think I'm crazy at this point.  I'm really insane about getting between a 98% and 100% on everything so I can maintain my 4.0 GPA.  This is my last core class, so I don't want to mess it up now! 
I feel: confusedconfused
I'm listening to: Antonella87's 'Obsession Without a Cure' fanmix
Princess Robot Bubblegum!astrothsknot on April 9th, 2010 11:44 pm (UTC)
Maybe they mean ways of working, like similar routes and staffing, between arelines that could be used in future cost reduction plans.

like mergers or if a smaller airline can fly to a destination that costs say British Airways too much, but they want to offer it, they might affiliate or commission a smaller and/or local airline to do it for a profit split, which might suit the smaller airline because otherwise it couldn't afford the landing fees?