Moreover, this study is quantitative in nature as it involves identifying the impact of customer expectations on marketing strategies of Easy Jet with the help of SERVQUAL model. By selecting a sample of 100 passengers who had travelled through Easy Jet’s airline services, the researcher adopted purposive sampling technique. Survey questionnaire was developed to carry out the primary research. The empirical discussion revealed that SERVQUAL model is a valid and reliable tool which helps in measuring the overall performance of different dimensions of service quality. The results retrieved from the statistical analysis of the primary data highlights that Easy Jet provides quality services to its customers and is very close to meeting the customers’ expectations. Moreover, the regression analysis of the primary data revealed that that the service dimension “Empathy” and “Reliability” are the most excellent performing service attributes of Easy Jet, which implies that the respondents are emotionally attached with using the services of the Easy Jet airline and consider it a reliable source of travelling. Contents 1.Background to the Context 6 2.Research Aims 7 3.Research Objectives 7 4.Research Questions 7 5.Scope of Research 8 6.Significance of Research 8 7.Problem Statement 9 8.Purpose of the Research 9 1.Introduction 10 2.Theoretical Framework 10 2.1.Literature Review 10 2.2.Customers’ expectations and Marketing Strategies 11 2.2.1.What is Marketing Strategy? 11 2.2.2.How consumers’ expectations influence Strategies? 11 2.3.Theory of the Gaps Model 12 2.3.1.SERVQUAL Gaps Model 12 2.4.Importance of Marketing Strategy for Companies and the Low Cost Airline Industry 14 2.5.Factors affecting Marketing Strategies 16 2.6.Trends of Low Cost Airlines for Marketing Tactics 18 2.7.Easy Jet’s Marketing Strategies and Benefits 19 2.8.Factors Influencing Easy Jet’s Marketing Strategy 20 3.Conceptual Framework 20 3.1.Customer Satisfaction 20 4.Summary 22 Chapter 3 23 Research Methodology 23 1.Introduction 23 2.Applied Methodology 23 3.Data Collection 24 3.1.Primary Data Collection 24 3.1.1.Survey Questionnaire 24 3.1.2.Analysis of Primary Research Findings 25 3.1.3.Reliability Analysis 26 3.1.4.Regression Analysis 26 3.1.5.Gap Analysis 26 3.1.6.Sampling 27 3.1.7.Justification for Primary Research Methodology 27 3.2.Secondary Research 27 4.Summary 28 Chapter 4 29 Findings and Analysis 29 1.Introduction 29 2.Reliability Analysis 29 3.Demographic Analysis 29 3.1. Gender 29 3.2. Age 30 4.Descriptive Analysis 30 4.1.Tangibility 30 4.2.Reliability 31 4.3.Responsiveness 32 4.4.Assurance 32 4.5.Empathy 33 5.Gap Analysis 35 5.1.Tangibility 35 5.2.Reliability 35 5.3.Responsiveness 36 5.4.Assurance 36 5.5.Empathy 37 5.5.1.Overall Gap Analysis 37 6.Regression Analysis 37 7.Discussion 42 8.Hypothesis Test 44 9.Summary 45 Conclusion & Recommendations 47 1.Conclusion 47 2. Recommendations for Future Research 48 3.Limitations of the Research Work 49 List of References 51 Appendix-I 55 Survey Questionnaire 55 Table of Figures, Tables and Equatio Figure 1 SERVQUAL Gap Model (Parasuraman et al., 1988) 13 Figure 2 Scattered Plot: Tangibility and Customer Satisfaction 39 Figure 3 Scattered Plot: Reliability and Customer Satisfaction 40 Figure 4 Scattered Plot: Responsiveness and Customer Sati
Abstract This study aims to analyze the relationship between customers’ expectations and marketing strategy in the case of Easy Jet (a low cost airline service company). The case of Easy Jet has assisted the researcher to analyze the relationship between customers’ expectations and marketing strategy in the more deliberate and comprehensive way…
d me in making this project realizable. A big thank to all my friends who helped me to collect data for the survey. And special thank to my supervisor, who was very supportive through the process. Despite all the difficulties I was through, my supervisor was always there, supporting me.
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to 2009-10 28 4.4 Trend in Retained Earning between 1996-97 and 2009-10 30 Chapter 5 – Conclusion and Recommendations 32 References 34 Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development. (1999). The Economic and Social Impact of Electronic Commerce: Preliminary Findings and Research Agenda.
This is carried out through the one-way analysis of variance (one-way ANOVA). The next portion then uses linear regression to ascertain which demographic variables significantly predict the ratings given made for each statement. These results are then analysed side by side with those yielded from past literature.
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a analysis 26 Chapter 4 27 Data and Findings 27 Chapter overview 27 Importance of Service Quality Dimensions (SQD) to airline passengers 27 Respondent profile 27 Respondents’ perceptions 30 SkyTrax customer reviews on Norwegian 38 Chapter 5 44 Qualitative Data 44 Chapter overview 44 Skytrax customer feedback 44 Positive feedback, Rated 10 44 Negative feedback, Rated zero 45 Middle feedback, Rated 5 45 Chapter 6 47 Conclusion and Recommendations 47 Summary of findings 47 Conclusion 48 Implications for theory, methods and management 49 Directions for future research 49 References 51 Chapter 1 Introduction Chapter overview The first chapter of this dissertation lays down the research problem t
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