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Airlines Databank - India - Sample

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India is one of the fastest growing aviation markets in the world. After liberalization of the Indian aviation sector, the industry had witnessed entry of the privately owned full service airlines and …

India is one of the fastest growing aviation markets in the world. After liberalization of the Indian aviation sector, the industry had witnessed entry of the privately owned full service airlines and low cost carriers. However, the growth in the sector has slowed with the rise in fuel prices and decline in passenger traffic. The increasing losses of domestic carriers are expected to lead to some consolidation and regulatory changes in coming years.

The report is a databank providing financial and operational data of each domestic airline in India. It begins with an overview of the regulatory changes in Indian aviation space highlighting changes in FDI policy, taxes and duties and airport infrastructure. The report provides a snapshot of leading domestic carriers in India including their financial performance, revenue breakdown and domestic operations. The reports also provide historical traffic and operational statistics of each carrier. Traffic statistics includes parameters such as fleet size, number of flights operated per day, average passenger load factor etc. Operational performance includes parameters such as number of employees per aircraft, operating revenue per employee, operating expense per employee etc.

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  • 1. Airline Databank - India June 2009
  • 2. Backdrop of Regulatory Change
    • x % FDI under automatic route is permissible for Greenfield airports
    • For existing airports, FDI up to x % is permitted through automatic approval and upto y % through special permission
    • FDI level in domestic airlines under the automatic route increased from x% to y%, but not by foreign airline companies
    • FDI limit in the air cargo segment increased from x % to y %
    SAMPLE Source: Ibef “Aviation” April 2009; “ A short history of Indian Aviation preface to a long and fruitful future? “ June 2007 ; Domain b.com “Aviation Outlook India 2008: Massive growth gradient for India, says CAPA chief news “ June 2008; Indiabusiness.nic.in “Civil Aviation” Changes in FDI Policy
    • Mumbai and Delhi airports have been privatized and are being upgraded
    • Greenfield airports are operational at Bangalore and Hyderabad
    • Greenfield airport planned at Navi Mumbai using public-private partnership (PPP) mode
    • X other city airports proposed to be upgraded
    • Over the next 5 years AAI has planned a massive investment of INR X bn
      • x% of will be for three metro airports in Kolkata, Chennai and Trivandrum, and the rest will go into upgrading other non-metro airports and modernizing the existing aeronautical facilities
    Airport Infrastructure
    • x % tax exemption for airport projects for a period of 10 years
    • Foreign Travel Tax (FTT) and x% inland air travel tax (IATT) charged on Basic airfare abolished by the government wef from January 9,2004 to reduce fares
    • With effect January 9,2004, the excise duty on ATF reduced from x to y %
    • Landing charges for aircrafts with less than 80 seats abolished and landing charges for larger aircraft reduced by x% with effect from February 11,2004
    Changes in Taxes and Duties
  • 3.
    • Comparison
  • 4. Combined Statistics of all Private Scheduled Airlines During 2006-07 SAMPLE Traffic Statistics Jet Airways Air Sahara Air Deccan Kingfisher Airlines Spice Jet Indigo Airlines Go Air Paramount Airways Indian Airlines Fleet Size -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- No. of flights operated per day -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- No. of passengers carried per day -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Average Passenger Load Factor -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Cargo carried per day (Tonnes) -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Average Weight Load Factor -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Operational Performance Jet Airways Air Sahara Air Deccan Kingfisher Airlines Spice Jet Indigo Airlines Go Air Paramount Airways Indian Airlines No. of Employees per aircraft -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Operating Revenue per Employee ( INR mn) -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Operating Expenses per Employee ( INR mn) -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Operating Revenue per Passenger carried (INR) -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Operating Expenses per Passenger carried (INR) -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Operating Revenue per RPKM (INR) -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Operating Expenses per RPKM ( INR) -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
  • 5.
    • Jet Airways
  • 6. Company Snapshot : Jet Airways SAMPLE Corporate Information Financial Performance Domestic Operations (2008) Revenue breakdown* Revenue INR mn Profit INR mn x 2004 y 2005 z 2006 u 2007 v 2008 Revenue Profit 0 D Y% 2007 x% z% x% z% 2006 x% y% C y% E 2008 z% y% x% B 2005 z% Passenger Cargo Others y% x% A 2004 z% Note: Air Sahara has been acquired by Jet Airways in April 2007 and re-branded as Jet Lite Source: DGCA * Revenue from Scheduled Services only. 0% Headquarters Mumbai Founded May 5, 1993 Employees -- Parent Tail Winds Limited Subsidiaries Jetlite and Jet Cargo Key People
    • Naresh Goyal (Founder and Chairman)
    • Carl Saldanha (CFO)
    • Wolfgang Prock-Schauer ( CEO)
    Fleet Size -- Destinations -- Hubs
    • Primary : Mumbai
    • Secondary: Delhi, Kolkata, Chennai, Pune, Bangalore
    Service class Business & Economy Market Share Passenger: x% (as of Jan-Feb 2009) Cargo: y% (as of Jan-Feb 2009)
  • 7. Operational Performance SAMPLE
    • Definitions:
    • Avg. Passenger Load Factor: Percentage of available seats that are filled with paying passengers
    • Avg. Weight Load Factor : Tonne-kilometres performed expressed as a percentage of tonne-kilometres available
    • RPKM (Revenue Passenger Kilometres): Measure of sales volume of passenger traffic
    Traffic Statistics 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 Fleet Size -- -- -- -- -- -- -- No. of flights operated per day -- -- -- -- -- -- -- No. of passengers carried per day -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Average Passenger Load Factor -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Cargo carried per day (Tonnes) -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Average Weight Load Factor -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Operational Performance 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 No. of Employees per aircraft -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Operating Revenue per Employee ( INR mn) -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Operating Expenses per Employee ( INR mn) -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Operating Revenue per Passenger carried (INR) -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Operating Expenses per Passenger carried (INR) -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Operating Revenue per RPKM (INR) -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Operating Expenses per RPKM ( INR) -- -- -- -- -- -- --
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