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Southwest Airlines & Lessons In Social Media Crisis Communications

Media relations and corporate communications are a 24/7/365 cycle. No one knows when an incident will occur, but when one does occur companies must be ready to react, especially an airline.   On the 6th of July 2013 Asiana Flight 214 landed short at San Francisco International Airport, breaking the tail off of the Boeing…

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The Crash Of Asiana Flight 991 & A Pilot’s Seven Life Insurance Policies

On July 28 2011 Asiana Cargo Flight OZ 991, a Boeing 747-48EF/SCD, flying from Seoul’s Incheon International Airport (ICN) to Shanghai’s Pudong International Airport (PVG) reported a fire in the cargo hold then crashed into the sea roughly 65 miles west Jeju City, on Jeju Island, killing the two pilots on board, Sang-Gi Choi, 52…

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Tokyo’s New International Airport Opens & no one cares

Two days ago, on March 11 2010, the new Tokyo-Ibaraki Airport (IBR) opened. The inaugural flight to arrive was an Asiana Airlines‘ Airbus A321 from Incheon International Airport (ICN) followed by … well by nothing else… …normally the opening of an international airport is big news celebrated by promotions and fanfare. While the opening of…

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The Airline Of The Year Is…

Web: www.stevenfrischling.com — E-Mail: fish@flyingwithfish.com 05/04/2009 – The Airline Of The Year Is… On an unlikely day last week, April Fools Day, the airline industry gathered in Hamburg Germany, to find out whom SkyTrax would name as the ‘Airline of the Year.‘ SkyTrax received more than 16.2 million completed surveys from frequent flyers, representing passengers…

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