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The Influence of Internet Technology on the Aviation Industry: Existing Tactics and Future Advancements

Country Saudi Arabia
Abstract This paper focuses on the customer interface effects that Internet technologies are having on airline firms; the examination centres on many airline businesses that have been utilizing Internet technology for their own profit. It is demonstrated how airline operators are utilizing the Internet to provide their consumers cutting-edge transaction structures and exchange methods. Customers' expectations of what and how these businesses supply products and services are growing as the Internet becomes more widely used. In reality, the Internet has become critical to the strategic development of the airline corporations under consideration. The use of Internet technology at the user interface has made the limits and extent of the aviation sector less obvious. The availability of a diverse variety of products and services is driving industry convergence, which has significant consequences for business strategy formation. The use of the Internet at the consumer interface has become a critical driver in the development of the airline business. Further exploitation of the Internet will result in increased levels of complexity, which will raise customer expectations about what and how these firms supply products and services.
Keywords Internet Technology, Aviation Industry, Consumers, Services, Convergence
Published In Volume 6, Issue 1, January-February 2024
Published On 2024-02-08
Cite This The Influence of Internet Technology on the Aviation Industry: Existing Tactics and Future Advancements - SHEIKH BILAL - IJFMR Volume 6, Issue 1, January-February 2024. DOI 10.36948/ijfmr.2024.v06i01.13173
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