Provide a 6 pages analysis while answering the following question: Quality Control in the Fly Emirates. Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide. An abstract is required. Quality is always been considered as the societal impact overconsumption. According to Dooley in 2006, the reasons for having such a conception is that in one level the lack of quality can result in making the customers feel unsatisfied and the products or service been delivered to the customers is not up to the mark and in the second level quality has been evolved over the years as a factor of control, assurance and also related to the management. In 1945 Juran followed by Crosby in 1981 and Reeves and Bednar in 1994 did explain that quality is the perception of the ability of the service that is been provided to the customer in a way that can satisfy the customers (Wireman, 2004). They also said that the quality has got many factors included as in the conformance, attractiveness, etc. which the customers expect to get from a particular product or service in return for the payment they make. As per the American Society for quality in 2007, quality is related to the way the particular person has got his/her perception towards that particular service or product. This implies that the quality of a particular product or service is related to the way the particular product or service meets the expectations of the needs and demands of the customers (Monden, 2011). As per Gunter in 1998, quality management is made up mainly of two aspects quality assurance and quality control. Quality assurance is related to the basic standard that is been set for the production process or for providing the service to the customers and the quality control is related to the review and check over the output of the particular service or the product.According to Cronin and Taylor in 1992, the concept of service quality is still a myth for all to define it in a single sentence. It is very difficult to measure and also control the quality in the service sector compared to the production sector.