DASC Research Center http://rc.dasceurope.com/index.php/DASC-RC <p>Journal Management Research by DASC UK has a team of 13 members, 3 are directors and 10 are staff.</p> <p><strong>Journal of the DASC UK Research Center (RCJ)</strong></p> <p><strong>Objectives</strong><br />One of the most competitive businesses on the planet is the aviation industry. Globalization propels the industry forward in a dynamic manner; at the same time, the rising trend toward deregulation compels managers to challenge long-held traditions and look for new solutions and management tools.</p> <p>It is critical to provide an international platform for executives and academics to analyse and debate current advances in air transportation. The goal of the DASC UK Research Center Journal (RCJ) is to address contemporary concerns in aviation management by bridging the gap between research and practice and encouraging interaction.</p> <p><strong>Readership</strong></p> <p>Academics and researchers working on aviation management and related topics</p> <p>Managers and policymakers in the aviation sector, such as airline executives, airport executives, and air traffic controllers</p> <p>Executives who work for government regulatory and other organizations</p> <p><strong>Among the topics discussed are:</strong></p> <p>- Issues of strategy<br />- Operations in logistics and air freight<br />- Methods of forecasting and revenue management<br />- Economics and finance<br />- Topics related to intermodal transportation<br />- Aviation Management<br />- Concerns about the environment<br />- Policy and regulation in the aviation industry<br />- Aviation legislation<br />- Problems with macroeconomics<br />- Scheduling, slot allocation, and network planning<br />- Control of air traffic<br />- Planning and administration of airports<br />- Business of Aviation</p> DASC Research Center en-US DASC Research Center The Congestion Management, A Mechanism To Relief Demand http://rc.dasceurope.com/index.php/DASC-RC/article/view/11 <p>Long hours induce traffic congestion at many big airports, causing delays in the morning, afternoon, and nighttime. When Global corresponding flight are involved, delays during the morning rush hour might have a detrimental impact, resulting in additional delays of a day or more. Because of poor management or bugs in system management, airport terminals are blocked, which means that one aeroplane postpones use of the terminal and denies use of the terminal to another aeroplane in that allotment of time. This results in a significant financial loss to the airline as well as a significant loss of time. The vector's tiny pulses are normally correct, and the plane is likely to improve as a result of them. The cost of postponement must be weighed against the value of the small flight as well as the cost of deferred relief. Installing new infrastructure on the terminal and designing a research-based design while monitoring flight for casting and data analytics was the solution. Also, obtaining new terminal management plans from research businesses that specialise in terminal management and operation strategies using cutting-edge-technology.<br /><br /></p> Muhammad Shahzeb Shaigan Umer Minhas Sherdill Rehman Malik Javaid Copyright (c) 2022 Muhammad Shahzeb, Shaigan Umer Minhas, Sherdill Rehman, Malik Javaid https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0 2022-06-14 2022-06-14 1 2 Effects of Covid-19 on Food Supply Chain http://rc.dasceurope.com/index.php/DASC-RC/article/view/2 <p>A serious COVID-19 viral epidemic has created a new age on the globe, while we sort out the consequences in all aspects of our daily lives. There is no exception in the food sector and food supply chain. Considering the food supply chain, commercial activities and the supply of various food products have been halted due to a reduction in demand, the closure of food manufacturing facilities, and financial constraints<strong>. &nbsp;</strong></p> <p>Due to Given current issues in the food supply chain, there is growing worry regarding food production, processing, distribution, and demand. COVID-19 caused labour movement limitations, changes in consumer demand, the closure of food manufacturing facilities, restricted food trade laws, and financial constraints in the food supply chain. As a result, governments should make it easier for labour and agricultural products to transfer. Furthermore, small farmers and vulnerable people should be financially supported. By changing safety measures, facilities can improve working conditions while also protecting employees' health and safety. To avoid an increase in food prices, food protectionist policies should be avoided. To summarise, each country must recognise the gravity of the situation and, depending on the development of the pandemic, either tighten or ease its controls. To be able to respond quickly when existing sources are affected, the food supply chain relies on an open and predictable international trading environment. There have been other actions taken by policymakers to guarantee that food supply systems continue to function, including avoiding some of the mistakes made during the food price crisis of 2007-8.</p> <p>As of this writing, we know how much stress COVID-19 has put on the food supply chain, how these supply systems have responded and how resilient they have remained, and where the remaining bottlenecks are. Copies of the COVID-19 report, as well as this follow-up comment, are available (29 April 2020). Focus here is on food availability and access to food, not on the livelihoods of farmers and other supply chain actors or the environmental or health consequences.... Because of the lack of information on the effects of COVID-19 on developing nations, this note concentrates on OECD countries. Food supply chains in underdeveloped nations are more likely to be affected by the lack of health care, the prevalence of informal work, the lack of efficient logistics channels, and the more labor-intensive nature of farming.</p> Usman Muhammad Qasim Muhammad Munaim Abdul Hamid Arshad Copyright (c) 2022 Usman Muhammad, Qasim Muhammad, Munaim Abdul, Hamid Arshad https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0 2022-02-22 2022-02-22 1 2 The Factors affecting Safety Management of Aviation: A study of Pilot experience and Leadership style on safety Management of Aviation http://rc.dasceurope.com/index.php/DASC-RC/article/view/9 <p>The study was performed to understand the nature and purpose of factors affecting the safety and security of the aviation industry and how strategic management systems affect the safety of airports and their importance in the current Aviation industry. In the research, high significance is given to safety policies and the role which they play in keeping the airports and airlines safe by providing safety barriers.</p> <p>In this study, for the research philosophy, we have incorporated Positivism in our research. To understand the variables of the research as much as possible and to complete the research objectives, a quantitative method was used in this research. As for the data collecting tool, the research used survey-type close-ended questionnaires. &nbsp;A total of 150 questionnaires were distributed to the aviation sector people in Pakistan. Through the questionnaires, the study represents the impact of pilot experience and leadership style adopted by organizations on the safety management of Aviation. The research describes how significant is the pilot experience in relation to the chances of accidents occurring and how leadership style and better management decisions how a great impact on the performance and safety of the Aviation industry.</p> <p>In the research, the analysis finding suggests that it is true that Pilot experience is a necessary element to prevent accidents and the chances of an error occurring are less. Likewise, the leadership style adopted by the organization is also quite important as the safety policies and environment have a great impact on safety management in Aviation.</p> Raeed Ahmad Khan Ahmad shah Durrani Ali Sher Babar Ayaz Siddiqui Copyright (c) 2022 Raeed Ahmad Khan, Ahmad shah Durrani, Ali Sher Babar, Ayaz Siddiqui https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0 2022-06-08 2022-06-08 1 2 The Air Traffic Controller’s (ATC) Occupational Stress effect on Performance on the Future of the Air Traffic Management http://rc.dasceurope.com/index.php/DASC-RC/article/view/7 <p>Occupational pressure or stress that influences regulators' everyday execution and appropriately being seen that diminish the responsibility, comprehensive of many site guests load and new working cycles, can reason strain which influences by and large execution. As the responsibility will increment, more prominent handling measurements can be required. Truth be told, various avionics wounds are because by UAVs that slam into other planes, and many close leave out occurrences have occurred in unambiguous nations as one of the basic parts to make specific flying security, Air Traffic Control (ATC) has been expected to reevaluate on airspace shape to make UAVs practicable with present-day guests. Our investigation hypothesis relies upon the positivism objective-based and strong the sensible technique through the positivism and 135 members were to be enlisted for this examination. As we examined the 28 questions which duplicate by 10 which turns into the 280. Utilizing likelihood see, people were to be browsed the open individuals through electronic mail from the Master Science of Aeronautics (MSA) program and propelling advertising material posted around the Embry RIDDLE Aeronautical University (ERAU) grounds. &nbsp;This study concluded that has to be brought to our thought whether using full UAVs robotic or unmanned aircraft vehicles would have gainful for easiness ATC commitment and work force strain while refreshing the capacity of ATC. More noteworthy assessments ought to be worked with to review such as the belongings in doing UAV automated to drive the most advantages of motorization. It very well might be variant that probably, air traffic regulators would encounter broadened pressure and direct awful appearance when they face blended traffic in with to be noticed plane and UAVs.</p> Javied Malik Hafiza Marriam Minahil Zulfiqar Shazina Arshad Copyright (c) 2022 Javied Malik, Hafiza Marriam, Minahil Zulfiqar, Shazina Arshad https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0 2022-06-04 2022-06-04 1 2 The Impact of Service Quality on Customer Satisfaction in Aviation http://rc.dasceurope.com/index.php/DASC-RC/article/view/5 <p>In today's competitive sectors, many organizations’ place a high value on their customers' happiness and the quality of their service. The airline industry, already fiercely competitive, has become much more so with the emergence of low-cost carriers that provide lower prices but lower quality service (LCCs). Academics and marketers have a dilemma in determining the quality of a service. This problem has been addressed with the creation of the satisfaction scale. Ideally, we'd want to find out which of these aspects has the largest influence on customer satisfaction when it comes to the relationship between it and the qualities of the service provided. This is followed by an investigation of the discrepancies in how passengers view the quality of airline customer care.&nbsp;</p> <p>Literature research findings on customer happiness and service quality, as well as differences in airline types are analyzed. The study's hypotheses were based on these foundations.&nbsp;</p> <p>Only a handful of the customer satisfaction metrics are reliable, so we looked at the others separately. Customer satisfaction has a huge impact on the airline industry's service quality, with the quality of the crew having the most critical effect. Low-cost airlines and full-service airlines have vastly different perspectives of what constitutes high-quality service&nbsp;</p> Ahtisham Yaseen Farhana Yaseen Hajra Noor Hassan Raza Imran Yousaf Hussnain Shehzad Jhangir Toor Copyright (c) 2022 Ahtisham Yaseen, Farhana Yaseen, Hajra Noor, Hassan Raza, Imran Yousaf, Hussnain Shehzad, Jhangir Toor https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0 2022-03-09 2022-03-09 1 2 The Role of Aviation Industry in the Destruction of Environment http://rc.dasceurope.com/index.php/DASC-RC/article/view/12 <p>As we know that there are more than 10000 airports assist the 15001 flights in all over the world. These flights cover the distance of approximately 15M kilometers. About 2.2×10<sup>9</sup> passengers use that source of transportation in order to get rid from heavy traffic and to save the time. As well as goods also transported through the air system. Aviation industry provides career opportunities to about 32millions in all over the world, it significantly contributes in the economy of the world. But there are many issues arising regarding to the increased trend of airline application. In that time of advance technology aviation industry have to face many challenges due to the increasing level of CO<sub>2 </sub>in the air which leads to global warming, also causes the destruction of natural habitats of living organisms hence increased possibility of endangered species especially that are living in open places. More and more airports are established on the increasing demand of people for air transportation. During the process of construction of an airports many things disturb like a piece of land comprises of many acres. With the increase in the population no. need for houses is also increasing. Now there are two challenges. Make arrangements for the survival of population like more houses, factories and industries. With the increase in population growth global warming and pollution also increases. Establishment of new airport in order to facilitate the people with comfortable transportation demands many acres of land as the result in order to meet the demand of land agricultural land is converting into other forms it also disturbs the life. A single air craft produces many tons of carbon dioxide, CO<sub>2 </sub>is the main source of global warming as it forms a layer around the earth crust as the result waves of longer wavelengths could not cross the barrier of CO<sub>2 </sub>and meanwhile they come back to earth surface and results in the heating up of earth.</p> Fajar Shakeel Ishraq Shakeel Tajamul Iqbal Malik Javied Copyright (c) 2022 Fajar Shakeel, Ishraq Shakeel, Tajamul Iqbal, Malik Javied https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0 2022-06-14 2022-06-14 1 2 The Impact of Innovation & Infrastructure of Green Airports Toward Airlines and Passengers http://rc.dasceurope.com/index.php/DASC-RC/article/view/3 <p>In this paper, we have analyzed the response of airlines and passengers by changing airport infrastructure and providing innovations. However, by doing a thorough empirical analysis of different Green International airports, we learned that passengers and airlines could differentiate between eco-friendly and regular airports. Different technologies are being used in these green airports; for instance, they utilize and convert natural recourses like sun and rainwater in a helpful manner for additional facilitation. Furthermore, our targeted samples airlines and passengers are willing to work for a sustainable, eco-friendly environment to breathe in. Therefore, airports are a great place to promote green living and reduce carbon emissions. In addition to the survey, web-based research was undertaken to evaluate the present state of sustainability efforts at various airports and passenger and airline attitudes regarding them.</p> Minal Shahzad Kaynat Dilawar Ali Raza M. Shajee-ul-Hassan Maha Nadeem Copyright (c) 2022 Minal Shahzad, Kaynat Dilawar, Ali Raza M., Shajee-ul-Hassan, Maha Nadeem https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0 2022-02-22 2022-02-22 1 2 The Effect of Airport Security on Crime Rates http://rc.dasceurope.com/index.php/DASC-RC/article/view/10 <p>Security has a crucial influence in the flight industry. Security screening advancements are utilized to either examine travelers or their baggage. The ascent in the On the one hand, the amount of travelers makes the need to speed up security examinations. Whenever you include the rising assumptions for travelers and the craving to reinforce security, you have a catastrophe waiting to happen. In this article, we inspect the screening issues in airports and how to direct these issues. Flight security system expects imperative part for a useful or effective stream of Aviation traffic. The primary objective of the flight industry is the prosperity of by and large populace and air terminal and airplanes. From one perspective, strategies should be improved, and on the other, the nature of such control should be improved. The air terminal is a bustling spot. This new environment will adjust numerous things as it acts notwithstanding changing worldwide danger systems. All players in the avionics business should progressively focus on inventive innovation that could be useful to protect benefits and, eventually, give a superior client experience. Security will be smoothed out because of cooperation and information trade. A screening problem's solution must not be correct, but acceptable. Registration technology, PC tomography in security, gear conveying robots, or self-administration programmed stuff registration, where getting into a bag with a belt is get the job done, and It can require as long as 20 seconds to finish the registration interaction. Screening of individuals strolling through gateways requires refined innovation. Air traveler travel has been steadily expanding for a long time.</p> Asadullah Rashid Nasir Rasheed Malik Javeed Anwar Fazal-e-Azeem Copyright (c) 2022 Asadullah Rashid, Nasir Rasheed, Malik Javeed Anwar, Fazal-e-Azeem https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0 2022-06-12 2022-06-12 1 2 The Effect of Leading Pricing on Sales Performance in Pakistan's Aviation and Airline Sector http://rc.dasceurope.com/index.php/DASC-RC/article/view/8 <p>The purpose of this study is to see how competitive pricing affects sales numbers in the Pakistan aviation industry. The information was gathered using a constructed survey method from two seventy respondents in Pakistani air travel services. The data was examined using the Simple linear regression analysis. The findings show that discriminatory, penetration and reduced prices (Independent Variables) strategies in the Pakistan aviation industry had a positive and significant impact on sale performance which is a Dependent Variable. The researchers indicated that fair pricing was crucial for increasing and improving the Pakistan aviation industry's sales performance. Based on the study's dimensions and relevant literature, four hypotheses were developed. In a questionnaire with twenty questionnaires, the dimensions and research hypothesis were designed to collect data, analyze the hypothesis, and reach conclusions. The questionnaires were then distributed to passengers of Pakistan Airlines. The data collection yielded 230 completed questionnaires, 200 of which were processed for further research. Overall, the results of this study findings provide and support the study's model. As a result of the overall analysis, Hypothesis 1 and 2 are assumed to be rejected, while Hypothesis 3 and Hypothesis 4 are assumed to be accepted.</p> Mehak Nasir Zara Zafar Ali Gohar Copyright (c) 2022 Mehak Nasir, Zara Zafar, Ali Gohar https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0 2022-06-15 2022-06-15 1 2 The Effect of Human Resources Management in Business Sustainability http://rc.dasceurope.com/index.php/DASC-RC/article/view/6 <p>There is a developing requirement for the fuse of natural administration into human asset the board (HRM) that is to rehearse Green HRM in research. Present examination means to decide the association between the green human asset factors like administration responsibility, worker strengthening, input and survey, rewards and exit with maintainability through ecological administration frameworks execution. Information was gathered by circling self-regulated surveys of workers of associations in Pakistan. A quantitative exploration strategy and accommodation examining method were utilized. Information has been dissected through graphic insights, relationships, and different relapses utilizing SPSS. Results demonstrate a critical impact of all GHRM measurements on maintainability and attest that assembling firms in a non-industrial nation like Pakistan should cultivate the green component in its HRM rehearses.</p> Muhammad Ammar Tahir Muhammad Ali Hassan Muhammad Bilal Malik Javeed Anwar Copyright (c) 2022 Muhammad Ammar Tahir, Muhammad Ali Hassan, Muhammad Bilal, Malik Javeed Anwar https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0 2022-06-02 2022-06-02 1 2 The Environmental Impacts of Airline Industry & Passengers’ Perception on It http://rc.dasceurope.com/index.php/DASC-RC/article/view/4 <p>Due to the aviation industry's increased focus on environmental challenges, including as anthropogenic global warming, the world has become more aware of these issues. Airline environmental concerns have been more prominent in previous years, and several airline companies have taken the initiative to show their "green" characteristics. Increasing attention has been paid to the environmental impact of air travel by world governments and environmental agencies, and major airlines have begun to react to this growing knowledge. The goal of this study is to learn more about how people who go on trips by passenger airlines think about airlines' environmental marketing strategies. Additionally, Airlines need to know how their passengers perceive about these activities in order to better plan their ecological marketing campaigns. There are just a few studies on how passengers feel about ecological airlines. As a result, the research investigated passengers' overall environmental knowledge and attitudes toward green airlines. Numbers of airline passengers were questioned randomly for the study. Attitudes towards airlines, as well as steps airlines may take to enhance their performance on the environment constitute the subject of this research. About half of those asked were able to tell which airlines were more environment friendly than others when given a set of possible options. According to the findings, low-cost carriers are not seen to be more or less ecological beneficial than full service network carriers. The environmental perceptions of passengers on other airlines, on the other hand, do vary.</p> Shajee-ul Hassan Maha Nadeem Minal Copyright (c) 2022 Shajee-ul Hassan, Maha Nadeem, Minal https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0 2022-03-09 2022-03-09 1 2