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Low-Cost Aerial Transport in Europe

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The Development of the Low-Cost Carriers’ Business Models. Southwest Airlines Case Study

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Hybrid” airlines – Generating value between low-cost and traditional

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Low Cost Integrated Navigation System for Unmanned Vessel

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Large errors of low-cost MEMS inertial measurement unit (MIMU) lead to huge navigation errors, even wrong navigation information. An integrated navigation system for unmanned vessel is proposed. It consists of a low-cost MIMU and Doppler velocity sonar (DVS). This paper presents an integrated navigation method, to improve the performance of navigation system. The integrated navigation system is tested using simulation and semi-physical simulation experiments, whose results show that attitude, velocity and position accuracy has improved awfully, giving exactly accurate navigation results. By means of the combination of low-cost MIMU and DVS, the proposed system is able to overcome fast drift problems of the low cost IMU.

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The Role of e-Commerce in the Success of Low-cost Carriers

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LOW-COST NAVIGATION AND GUIDANCE SYSTEMS FOR UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLES — PART 2: ATTITUDE DETERMINATION AND CONTROL

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Economic and Financial Viability Plan for the Enterpreneurship of a Lyric Theatre Low-Cost Company: The Case of Zarzuela in Spain

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Low-Cost Navigation and Guidance Systems for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles — Part 1: Vision-Based and Integrated Sensors

-372. [10] Godha S., Performance Evaluation of Low Cost MEMS-Based IMU Integrated with GPS for Land Vehicle Navigation Application, UCGE Report, 2006, No. 20239, University of Calgary, Department of Geomatics Engineering, Alberta, Canada. [11] ICAO - Annex 10 to the Convention on International Civil Aviation, Aeronautical Telecommunications, Volume 1: Radio Navigation Aids., ed. 6, July 2006. [12] Matsumoto Y., Sakai K., Inaba, M., Inoue H., View-based approach to robot navigation, Proceedings of the 2000 IEEE/RSJ Conference on Intelligent

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Problems of Identification of Operation Processes for Low Cost Carriers

Problems of Identification of Operation Processes for Low Cost Carriers

Article discusses chosen aspects of low cost carriers airships' operation. Proper planning of net connection is one of the most important factor of their functioning as well as the creation of the ideal maintenance schedules. Reasonable service system, dedicated to maintain high aircrafts' airworthiness, seems, however, to be feasible to create. Important factors influencing the process of airships' operation are highlighted: port slot, sectorial capacity, base maintenance, line maintenance. Moreover, further directions of research are also described in the final part of the article.

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Factors that Determine the Capital Structure: An Empirical Study on Low-cost Airlines

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The purpose of this study is to identify the factors that determine the capital structure of low-cost airlines. Accordingly, it is aimed to test the factors that determine the capital structure in low-cost airlines in the context of capital structure theories. In the study, 15 airline companies, which had continuous financial data during the 2004-2015 period, were examined empirically. Panel data analysis was used as a method in the study. Findings of the study show that low-cost airlines generally operate based on the trade-off theory while borrowing in the short-term and based on the pecking order theory while borrowing in the long-term.

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