Opaque web practices among low-cost carriers
|dc.contributor.author||Torres, Ann M.||en|
|dc.identifier.citation||Torres, A. M., Barry, C., & Hogan, M. (2009). Opaque Web practices among low-cost carriers. Journal of Air Transport Management, 15(6), 299-307.||en|
|dc.description.abstract||The low-cost airlines' adoption of Web technologies to facilitate direct sales has accelerated their market penetration. However, some low-cost carriers are increasingly using Websites to create distance between themselves and their consumers in specific areas of their operations, while simultaneously developing excellence in sales transaction completion via self-service. The ¿opaque¿ practices many low-cost carriers employ appear to be intentional design features and are contrary to the ethos of designing a ¿good system¿ to facilitate the full spectrum of customer service. As a result, the low-cost sector has come under increased scrutiny for engaging in unfair practices and violating consumer protection law.||en|
|dc.title||Opaque web practices among low-cost carriers||en|
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