Passenger perceptions of service quality: Korean and Australian case studies
Journal of Air Transport Management, 2007, vol. 13, issue 4, 238-242
This paper investigates air passengersâ€™ perceptions of 11 factors that may influence their buying behaviour namely, in-flight service, reservation-related service, airport service, reliability, employee service, flight availability, perceived price, passenger satisfaction, perceived value, airline image, and overall service quality. Analysis of variance and an independent sample t-test are applied to data collected from Korean and Australian international air passengers. The results reveal that passenger perceptions are significantly different across airlines, seat classes, and usage frequencies.
Keywords: Passenger segmentation; Airline passenger perceptions; Airlines choices; Buying behaviour (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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