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  • 1. Role of Venture Capitalist inRole of Venture Capitalist in Growth of Industrial SectorGrowth of Industrial Sector  ---- In Special reference to Indian Civil AviationIn Special reference to Indian Civil Aviation Industry - Passenger LinesIndustry - Passenger Lines  BYBY  CMA. G.RamkumarCMA. G.Ramkumar  MA,MCom,MBA,ACMA,ACA,MPhil,NET,SLETMA,MCom,MBA,ACMA,ACA,MPhil,NET,SLET  Asst ProfessorAsst Professor  D.G.Vaishnav CollegeD.G.Vaishnav College
  • 2. INDIAN AVIATIONINDIAN AVIATION  Initially Indian Aviation is operated wholly byInitially Indian Aviation is operated wholly by Government Under Ministry of Civil AviationGovernment Under Ministry of Civil Aviation  Air India , Indian Airlines and Vayudoot wereAir India , Indian Airlines and Vayudoot were the Government Airline operators.the Government Airline operators.  Airports Operation falls under the control ofAirports Operation falls under the control of Airport Authority of India, Ministry ofAirport Authority of India, Ministry of Defense and in case State GovernmentDefense and in case State Government Concerned.Concerned.
  • 3. Venture Capital BeginsVenture Capital Begins  After the fall of 1990 Liberalisation entered in mostAfter the fall of 1990 Liberalisation entered in most of the Industrial Sectors.of the Industrial Sectors.  Civil aviation became Air Open by 1994Civil aviation became Air Open by 1994  Private Venturers started their carriers in MetrosPrivate Venturers started their carriers in Metros and other developed states , Presently we haveand other developed states , Presently we have Jet Airways, King Fisher, Spice Jet,Jet Airways, King Fisher, Spice Jet, Sahara(JetLite) , ModiLuft , Air Deccan etcSahara(JetLite) , ModiLuft , Air Deccan etc  Presently Government allow 100% FDI by NRIsPresently Government allow 100% FDI by NRIs and 49% Direct FDIs.and 49% Direct FDIs.
  • 4. Airline OperationsAirline Operations  Jet Airways operates from 1994 with Present fleetJet Airways operates from 1994 with Present fleet Capacity of 101 aircrafts – 12 Airbus , 20 ATRCapacity of 101 aircrafts – 12 Airbus , 20 ATR Aircrafts and 69 Boeing 737 Operating 52Aircrafts and 69 Boeing 737 Operating 52 destinations in india and 22 internationaldestinations in india and 22 international destinations.destinations.  Air Sahara(Now JetKonnect) operates around 27Air Sahara(Now JetKonnect) operates around 27 Aircrafts with 25 Boeing 737 with 56 destinationsAircrafts with 25 Boeing 737 with 56 destinations in India.in India.  King Fisher with more than 70 Jet Crafts travelKing Fisher with more than 70 Jet Crafts travel across India.etc with 25 domestic destinations.across India.etc with 25 domestic destinations.
  • 5. Plan Outlay(2007-12)Plan Outlay(2007-12) Indian Government made a Plan InvestmentIndian Government made a Plan Investment of Rs 49267 Crores. Projected Investmentof Rs 49267 Crores. Projected Investment in Airport Infrastructure Developmentin Airport Infrastructure Development Rs30968 CroresRs30968 Crores India Has 450 Airports out of which 251India Has 450 Airports out of which 251 operational airports wherein 25 metrooperational airports wherein 25 metro airports maintained by AAI with partnershipsairports maintained by AAI with partnerships from State Governements etcfrom State Governements etc
  • 6. Airport VenturesAirport Ventures  Green Field Airports were built inGreen Field Airports were built in Hyderabad , Karaikkal Bangalore, Kerala,Hyderabad , Karaikkal Bangalore, Kerala, Navi and SikkimNavi and Sikkim  Cochin Airport is the First Airport of Public-Cochin Airport is the First Airport of Public- Private Partnership with 283 Crores outlayPrivate Partnership with 283 Crores outlay with Public Deposits from NRI Keralites.with Public Deposits from NRI Keralites.  Bangalore Airport was Partnership withBangalore Airport was Partnership with Karnataka Government and SiemensKarnataka Government and Siemens Project Ventures and Larsen and Toubro.Project Ventures and Larsen and Toubro.
  • 7. Venture – ContinuesVenture – Continues  Hyderabad International Airport was in VenturialHyderabad International Airport was in Venturial Collaboration with GMR Infrastructure Limited andCollaboration with GMR Infrastructure Limited and Malaysia Airport Holdings BerhardMalaysia Airport Holdings Berhard  Mumbai International Airport with GVK IndustriesMumbai International Airport with GVK Industries Limited and Airports Companies South Africa.Limited and Airports Companies South Africa.  Delhi Internationa Airports with Fraport, EramanDelhi Internationa Airports with Fraport, Eraman International and GMR Infrastructure.International and GMR Infrastructure.
  • 8. Venture ContinuesVenture Continues  AAI has been Appointed in ModernisingAAI has been Appointed in Modernising Chennai and Kolkatta Airports.Chennai and Kolkatta Airports.  New International Airport is constructed inNew International Airport is constructed in Navi Mumbai under Green Fields Projects.Navi Mumbai under Green Fields Projects.  GMR Group undertakes construction ofGMR Group undertakes construction of New Airport in Greater Noida – Delhi.New Airport in Greater Noida – Delhi.  AAI also undertakes to Modernise 35AAI also undertakes to Modernise 35 Nonmetro Airports with PrivateNonmetro Airports with Private Partnerships.Partnerships.
  • 9. Venture - ContinuesVenture - Continues  Government to Allow Green FieldsGovernment to Allow Green Fields Merchant Airports for Reliance IndustriesMerchant Airports for Reliance Industries where by it will be a Total Private Airportwhere by it will be a Total Private Airport with Funding by Reliance Industries – Planwith Funding by Reliance Industries – Plan Outlay Rs 200 Crores – Durgapur WestOutlay Rs 200 Crores – Durgapur West Bengal.Bengal.
  • 10. Venture _ ContinuesVenture _ Continues  Tata Advanced System Limited has Proposed forTata Advanced System Limited has Proposed for Building a Helicopter Manufacturing Company atBuilding a Helicopter Manufacturing Company at Adhibatla Near Hyderabad .Adhibatla Near Hyderabad .  Tata enterns into Joint venture with US basedTata enterns into Joint venture with US based Skorsky Lc for manufacturing Aerospace EnginesSkorsky Lc for manufacturing Aerospace Engines  HAL Enters into Agreement with BOEING forHAL Enters into Agreement with BOEING for supply of Flaperonssupply of Flaperons  Mahindra Aerospace has Partnered with RollsMahindra Aerospace has Partnered with Rolls Royce to Make Aircraft Engines in INDIARoyce to Make Aircraft Engines in INDIA
  • 11. DrawbacksDrawbacks  Roads and Flyovers to be Built for betterRoads and Flyovers to be Built for better infrastructure and Transportation ofinfrastructure and Transportation of Passengers to HotelsPassengers to Hotels  Better Tourism Attaction is Missing due toBetter Tourism Attaction is Missing due to poor maintenance of Roadways.poor maintenance of Roadways.  Absense of Technical ManpowerAbsense of Technical Manpower  Lack of Comprehensive IT basedLack of Comprehensive IT based operational Systemsoperational Systems
  • 12. DrawBacksDrawBacks  Frequent Rise in FuelFrequent Rise in Fuel  Maintence of Aircraft a Major ExpenditureMaintence of Aircraft a Major Expenditure ProblemProblem  Lack of Government Support to PrivateLack of Government Support to Private OperatorsOperators  Internal Tax SystemInternal Tax System  Domestic AirLine CompetitionDomestic AirLine Competition  Unrest Political SituationUnrest Political Situation
  • 13. Final NoteFinal Note  Rise the level of Foreign Tourist and HealthRise the level of Foreign Tourist and Health TourismTourism  Government Support for PassengerGovernment Support for Passenger  Domestic And International Passengers areDomestic And International Passengers are in Rise due to Indian Openings andin Rise due to Indian Openings and Demand Rise.Demand Rise.  New Airlines Crops due to Low EntryNew Airlines Crops due to Low Entry Barriers like 10 Million Slot for Opening.Barriers like 10 Million Slot for Opening.
  • 14. NoteNote  Indian Aviation Sector is regulated byIndian Aviation Sector is regulated by  Ministry of Civil AviationMinistry of Civil Aviation  Director General of Civil AviationDirector General of Civil Aviation  Airport Authority of India (AAI)Airport Authority of India (AAI)  Airport Economic Regulatory AuthorityAirport Economic Regulatory Authority  International Air Transport Assn ( IATA -International Air Transport Assn ( IATA - Canada )Canada )