有關航空的!急需翻成中文!拜託了 !因為有些字真的看不懂!

This paper investigates whether or not the efforts by two of the largest US airlines to increase seat pitch (i.e. legroom) across their aircraft fleet during 2000 resulted in fare premia relative to the other ‘full service carriers’. The rapid expansion of low-cost carriers (LCCs) and recent bankruptcy filings by both United and US Airways has focused most of the recent attention regarding airline costs and service quality on the differences between the low cost (i.e., Southwest and JetBlue) and ‘full service’ (i.e., American and Delta) carriers. 1 In contrast, relatively little attention has been paid to the differences in service quality among carriers within either of these two groups. One area of service-quality competition that has received some recent attention is flight cancellations and delays ( Mazzeo, 2003). Rather than explicitly attempting to link prices and service quality, this literature has focused primarily on the relationship between service quality and market concentration. 2 With regards to in-flight service quality, the literature has typically assumed that full service carriers are, for the most part, fairly homogeneous.

In any given city or airport-pair market, there are numerous of factors that may account for differences in average fares across full service airlines. Numerous studies ( Borenstein, 1989; Evans and Kessides, 1993) have attempted to identify and assess the degree to which factors such as market share (both in the market and at the endpoint airports), network size, and the number of destinations served by a carrier from the endpoint airports impact a carrier's costs, potential market power and/or service quality—and hence its relative fares—in a given market. A unique change in relative service quality that occurred during 2000 among the ‘full service’ carriers in the US airline industry is examined. In particular, two of the largest US carriers—United and American—reconfigured their aircraft fleet to provide additional seat pitch (i.e., legroom) in their coach class cabins.

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  • 2 decades ago
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    這一張紙調查是否努力最大的美國航空公司中的二家增加座位頂點 (也就是 legroom)橫過他們的飛機艦隊在 2000的時候造成與另一個相關的費用 premia ’全部維修運送者’.兩者的廉價運送者 (LCCs)和最近破產銼屑的迅速擴充聯合,而且美國空中航線已經關於航空公司費用和服務集中大部份的最近注意品質在不同之上在低的費用 (也就是,西南和 JetBlue)之間和 1 在差別中,相對小的注意對在其中任何一個這二個團體裡面的運送者之中的服務品質的不同已經被支付。 已經受到一些最近的注意服務-品質競爭的一個區域是取消班機和延遲。( Mazzeo, 2003) 不願明確地嘗試連接價格而且維修品質,這文學已經在服務品質和主要地集中之間的關係上市場集中。 2 關於在飛行中的服務品質,文學已經典型地假定 , 那大致上完全地維修運送者,非常同種

    在任何的給予城市或機場-雙的市場中,那裡對因素是很多的以可能在全部對面的平均費用中解釋不同服務航空公司。 很多的研究( Borenstein, 1989;埃文和 Kessides, 1993) 已經嘗試識別並且估計程度到那一個因素 , 像是市場佔有率 (兩者的在市場中和在端點機場),網路大小,和被來自端點機場的一個運送者服侍的目的地的數字影響運送者的費用,潛能推銷力量及[或] 發生的一個在相關的服務品質方面的獨特改變在 2000的時候在美國航空公司業的’完整的服務’運送者之中被調查。 尤其,最大的美國籍的運送者中的二個-統一和美國人-再配置他們的飛機疾馳在他們的教練班級小屋中提供附加的座位頂點 (也就是, legroom)。

    對不起喔!我不知道有沒有錯誤>"<

  • 2 decades ago

    ㄜ!這應該訴用翻譯軟體翻的吧?

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