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Airline alliance and alliance carrier brand

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Hello All,

I am writing this message in connection to an academic research survey to understand the passenger’s perception of an airline alliance brand and alliance carrier’s brand.

This survey is designed purely for academic purposes. And the main objective of this survey is to understand the relationship between an airline alliance brand and the alliance carrier's brand through the eyes of the airline passengers.

I am attaching herewith the link of the survey. And I will be thankful if you could participate in this survey in large numbers.

http://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/2194316/Brand-Perception-of-airline-alliances

I thank you for your help and I am looking forward to hearing your opinions through this survey
Kind Regards
Vik

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