A major airline is considering acquiring an existing route from Tokyo to New York.
Our job is to help determine whether or not this is a good move.
Your client is a major airline looking at expanding into a new route. In this EY (Ernst & Young) Profitability Scenarios case study, it’s your responsibility to gather all the information needed to determine if it makes sense for the client to move forward with the expansion.
Want to prepare for a first round EY interview? While you can use the Profitability Framework to solve this case study, top casers blend frameworks to create a framework customized to the case at hand.
This case has no math exhibits. This is a beginner level case with a qualitative difficulty of 1 out of 4, meaning you would most likely see it in an EY first round interview
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