Despite the many travels that characterized much of my childhood, I had never been on a trip quite like that of my first visit to South Africa. To me Africa existed through my father's journals, letters exchanged between my grandparents, an array of photographs and wonderful stories of what it was like having Africa as a home. However now for the first time, I was actually arriving at the small town on the eastern coast of South Africa where four generations of my paternal side had grown up. Driving through the town of Estcourt for the first time seemed somewhat like a dream. As we passed the small stone church where my grandparents were married, a small black- and-white picture rushed to my mind. The beautiful stained windows over my grandparents' heads were somehow familiar. Jacaranda trees stood proudly between houses and along sidewalks with little blue flowers seated delicately on the top of most branches, so fragile due to the heat that when a warm breeze ruffled the branches, the flowers would float slowly to the pavement.
According to this report, this is based on secondary research shows that Easyjet has achieved 80% of its mission and vision statement. Easyjet promised to be of low cost and has stood by its statement, which has made its competitors' to reduce their fair cost and has taken away the monopoly power from other budget airlines. This shows how well Easyjet has done and is doing, as it continues to implement its proven strategy for strong growth. Despite,their weaknesses mentioned above, Easyjet airline is even affordable to people who are living on benefits or pensions to go for holidays. In today's market place, Easyjet continues to use low prices, to bring value to customers, to stimulate the market and to compete with the competitors.