Year : 2017 Volume : 2 Issue : 1

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Havayolları İçin Karar Vermenin Değeri: Check-in'lerde Yolcu Tercihlerinin Bir Analizi

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Abstract

Havalimanlarındaki iş ortamının doğası operasyonların hızını önemli hale getirmiştir. Bu noktadan hareketle, havalimanlarındaki check-in alanları operasyonların hızının gözlemlenmesi için en önemli yer haline gelmiştir. Havayolu şirketleri check-in işlemleri için yolculara birçok yöntem sunmakla beraber self-check-in’lerde büyük bir artış söz konusudur. Bu aşamada karar verme devreye girmektedir. Bu çalışma, check-in’lerde yolcu tercihlerini analiz ederek havayolları için karar vermenin değerini ortaya koymaya yönelik bir girişimdir. Sayısal veriye dayanarak korrelasyonel analiz yöntemi uygulanmış ve tüm hesaplamalarda RStudio kullanılmıştır. Sonuç olarak, bu analize dayanarak bazı kararlar verilmiştir.

Keywords

Karar-Verme   Havayolu   Check-In  

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Doğuş Aygün

References

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DOI 10.22532/jtl.299879

Submission : 22 Mar 2017

Published : 28 Nis 2017

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The Value of Decision Making to the Airlines: An Analysis of Passenger Preferences on Check-ins

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Abstract

The nature of business environment in airports has made speed of operations crucial. From this standpoint, check-in areas in airports have become the most important place for monitoring the speed of operations. Airline companies offer many methods for check-in processes to the passengers and along with that there has been a huge increase in usage of self-check-ins. In this phase, decision making comes into play. This study is an attempt to reveal the value decision making for the airlines by analysing the passenger preferences on check-ins. Based on the quantitative data, correlational analysis method is performed and RStudio is used for all computations. Hence, some decisions are made based on that analysis.

Keywords

Decision   Making   Airline   Check-In  

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Doğuş Aygün

References

  • Adeoti Adekeye, W. B. (1997). The importance of management information systems. Library Review, 46(5), 318–327. https://doi.org/10.1108/00242539710178452
  • Asemi, A., Safari, A., & Zavareh, A. A. (2011). The Role of Management Information System (MIS) and Decision Support System (DSS) for Manager’s Decision Making Process. International Journal of Business and Management, 6(7), 164–173. https://doi.org/10.5539/ijbm.v6n7p164
  • Banerjee, A. (2005). Financial Accounting. New Delhi: Excel Books India.
  • Barich, F. (2011). Guide to the Decision-Making Tool for Evaluating Passenger Self-Tagging (Airport Cooperative Research Program (ACRP) No. 41). Washington, D.C.: Transportation Research Board.
  • Bewick, V., Cheek, L., & Ball, J. (2003). Statistics review 7: Correlation and regression. Critical Care, 7(6), 451. https://doi.org/10.1186/cc2401
  • Bruce, P. J. (2016). Understanding Decision-making Processes in Airline Operations Control. New York, NY: Routl
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Details

DOI 10.22532/jtl.299879

Submission : 22 Mar 2017

Published : 28 Nis 2017

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