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    Market Research India - Airlines Databank for India 2009 Market Research India - Airlines Databank for India 2009 Presentation Transcript

    • Airlines Databank ‐Airlines Databank IndiaJune 2009
    • Backdrop of Regulatory Change Changes in FDI Policy • 100 % FDI under automatic route is permissible for Greenfield airports • For existing airports, FDI up to 74 % is permitted through automatic approval and upto 100 %  through special permission  • FDI level in domestic airlines under the automatic route increased from 40% to 49%, but not  by foreign airline companies • FDI limit in the air cargo segment increased from 49 % to 74 % Airport Infrastructure Changes in Taxes and Duties• Mumbai and Delhi airports have been privatized and  • 100 % tax exemption for airport projects for a period of  are being upgraded 10 years• Greenfield airports are operational at Bangalore and Greenfield airports are operational at Bangalore and  • Foreign Travel Tax (FTT) and 15% inland air travel tax Foreign Travel Tax (FTT) and 15% inland air travel tax  Hyderabad (IATT) charged on Basic airfare abolished by the • Greenfield airport planned at Navi Mumbai using  government wef from January 9,2004 to reduce fares  public‐private partnership (PPP) mode  • With effect January 9,2004, the excise duty on ATF • 35 other city airports proposed to be upgraded reduced from 16 to 8 % •OOver the next 5 years AAI has planned a massive  th t5 AAI h l d i • Landing charges for aircrafts with less than 80 seats Landing charges for aircrafts with less than 80 seats  investment of INR 153.5  bn  abolished and landing charges for larger aircraft   43% of will be for three metro airports in Kolkata, Chennai  reduced by 15% with effect from February 11,2004 and Trivandrum, and the rest will go into upgrading other  non‐metro airports and modernizing the existing  aeronautical facilities AIRLINE DATABANK – INDIA.PPT 2
    • Despite the regulatory changes, aviation industry is running in losses due to high fuel prices and decline in passenger traffic • ATF accounts for about 40% of the operating cost of the domestic carriers  Aviation turbine  • Effective April 2001, prices of ATF in India are based on the International Import Parity Prices  fuel (ATF) prices • ATF prices for domestic operations in India are higher than international benchmarks ATF Prices Comparison (INR/Kl) ATF Prices Comparison (INR/Kl) 2004 2005  2006  2007 Bankok 11,499  16,069  22,383  21,272 Singapore 11,272  15,816  22,111  20,779 Kuala Lumpur  11,044  15,589  21,427  20,874 India 21,200  27,400  37,000  36,100  Decline in  • Domestic passenger traffic has declined to 6.4 mn in April 2009 compared to 7.6 mn in April  passenger traffic ffi 2008  15.4% decline y o y 2008 ‐ 15 4% decline y‐o‐y • Decline in passenger traffic can be attributed to global meltdown   mn Domestic Passengers 20 7.6 8.1 6.9 5.9 59 5.8 58 5.2 52 6.1 61 6.0 60 6.5 65 6.5 65 6.5 65 6.2 62 6.4 64 10 0 Apr May Jun July Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr 08 08 08 08 08 08 08 08 08 09 09 09 09 Distressed financial performance of the Indian carriers have put the aviation industry in dire need of restructuring Di t d fi i l f f th I di i h t th i ti i d t i di d f t t i AIRLINE DATABANK – INDIA.PPT 3
    • Comparison AIRLINE DATABANK – INDIA.PPT 4
    • Combined Statistics of all Private Scheduled Airlines During 2007‐08 Jet  Air  Air  Kingfisher  Indigo  Paramount  Indian Traffic Statistics Spice Jet Go Air Airways Sahara Deccan  Airlines Airlines Airways AirlinesFleet Size 81 25 41 41 19 17 6 5 72No. of flights operated  per day 347 111 253 203 91 83 37 35 295No. of passengers carried per day 31264 9032 19445 15851 11218 10658 4948 1786 25671Average Passenger Load Factor 69.20% 71.1% 73.3% 68.1% 72.2% 72.7% 77.4% 70.8% 68.6%Cargo carried per day (Tonnes) 453 29.3 0 99 0 89 8 0 273Average Weight Load Factor 56.3% 73.5% 71% 58.7% 68.3% 71.5% 76.8% 68.6% 71% Jet  Air  Air  Kingfisher  Indigo  Paramount  Indian Operational Performance Spice Jet Go Air Airways Sahara Deccan  Airlines Airlines Airways AirlinesNo. of Employees per aircraftNo of Employees per aircraft 163 102 81 123 122 122 200 122 246Operating Revenue per Employee ( INR mn) 6.7 5.89 4.67 5.35 5.58 5.5 4.26 4.39 NAOperating Expenses per Employee ( INR mn) 7.14 7.49 8.5 6.98 6.72 6.5 5.92 4.01 NAOperating Revenue per Passenger carried  7731 4567 2177 4645 3163 2912 2823 4112 NA(INR)Operating Expenses per Passenger carried  8237 5808 3962 6058 3809 3458 3925 3758 NA(INR)Operating Revenue per RPKM (INR) 5.21 3.8 2.47 5.23 3.00 2.9 3.33 9.34 NAOperating Expenses per RPKM ( INR) 5.55 4.8 4.49 6.82 3.60 3.5 4.63 8.53 NA AIRLINE DATABANK – INDIA.PPT 5
    • Jet Airways AIRLINE DATABANK – INDIA.PPT 6
    • Company Snapshot : Jet Airways Corporate Information Financial Performance Headquarters Mumbai Revenue Revenue Profit INR mn INR mn Founded May 5, 1993  Profit 120,000 120 000 10,000 10 000 Employees 13,163 88,224 Parent Tail Winds Limited 5,000 80,000 70,578 56,961 0 0 Subsidiaries  Jetlite and Jet Cargo 43,398 40,000 40 000 , 34,484 Key People K P l •NNaresh Goyal  (Founder and Chairman) h G l (F d d Ch i ) ‐5,000 • Carl Saldanha (CFO) • Wolfgang Prock‐Schauer  ( CEO) 0 ‐10,000 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Domestic Operations (2008) Revenue breakdown* Fleet Size 81 Destinations 42 32,664 42,442 56,076 69,347 86,398 Others 5% 1% 4% 1% 5% 1% 6% 0% 7% 0% Cargo Hubs • Primary : Mumbai Passenger • Secondary: Delhi, Kolkata, Chennai, Pune,  Bangalore 94% 95% 94% 94% 92% Service class Business & Economy Market Share Passenger: 18% (as of Jan‐Feb 2009) 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Cargo: 27% (as of Jan‐Feb 2009) * Revenue from Scheduled Services only Financial year ending in March Note: Air Sahara has been acquired by Jet Airways in April 2007 and re‐branded as Jet Lite AIRLINE DATABANK – INDIA.PPT 7
    • Operational Performance Traffic Statistics 2001‐02 2002‐03 2003‐04 2004‐05 2005‐06 2006‐07 2007‐08 Fleet Size 38 41 41 42 53 63 81 No. of flights operated  per day 219 238 248 264 287 326 347 No. of passengers carried per day 15944 17539 18898 22288 26150 29423 31264 Average Passenger Load Factor 61.4% 62.3% 63.8% 71.3% 72% 69.9% 69.2% Cargo carried per day (Tonnes) 154.1 170 201 271 318 385 453 Average Weight Load Factor 64.4% 58.3% 63% 70.7% 69.1% 64.2% 56.3% Operational Performance 2001‐02 2002‐03 2003‐04 2004‐05 2005‐06 2006‐07 2007‐08 No. of Employees per aircraft 171 159 163 188 167 176 163 Operating Revenue per Employee ( INR mn) Operating Revenue per Employee ( INR mn) 39.04 39 04 4.417 4 417 5.165 5 165 5.51 5 51 6.43 6 43 6.37 6 37 6.7 67 Operating Expenses per Employee ( INR mn) 38.41 4.497 4.634 4.54 5.82 6.41 7.14 Operating Revenue per Passenger carried (INR) 4353 4494 4998 5335 5968 6572 7731 Operating Expenses per Passenger carried (INR) 38.41 4.497 4.634 4.54 5.82 6.41 8237 Operating Revenue per RPKM (INR) 5.3 5.44 5.9 6.21 5.95 5.7 5.21 Operating Expenses per RPKM ( INR) 5.22 5.54 5.29 5.12 5.39 5.8 5.55Definitions:1. Avg. Passenger Load Factor: Percentage of available seats that are filled with paying passengers2. Avg. Weight Load Factor :Tonne‐kilometres performed expressed as a percentage of tonne‐kilometres available3. RPKM (Revenue Passenger Kilometres): Measure of sales volume of passenger traffic AIRLINE DATABANK – INDIA.PPT 8
    • Kingfisher Airlines AIRLINE DATABANK – INDIA.PPT 9
    • Company Snapshot : Kingfisher Airlines Corporate Information Financial Performance Headquarters Bangalore Revenue Revenue Profit INR mn INR mn Founded 9 May 2005 Profit 30,000 30 000 26,875 26 875 0 0 Employees 5023 ‐2,000 Parent United Breweries Group 20,000 15,085 ‐4,000 Subsidiaries  Kingfisher Red ‐6,000 10,000 Key People Key People • Dr Vijay Mallya (Chairman & CEO) Dr. Vijay Mallya (Chairman & CEO) 4,250 4 250 ‐8,000 8 000 • Mr. A. Raghunathan (CFO) 0 ‐10,000 • Mr. N. Srivatsa (Company Secretary) 2006 2007 2008 Domestic Operations (2008) Revenue breakdown* Fleet Size 41 4,184 13,613 26,856 Destinations 64 0% 0% 3% 0% 3% 0% Hubs • Primary : Bangalore Others • Secondary: Mumbai, Delhi y , Cargo g 100% 100% 96% 97% Service class  Premium Business Class  96% Passenger  Premium Economy class   Low fare basic class of service Market Share Passenger: 28 % (as of Jan‐Feb 2009) g ( ) 2006 2007 2008 * Revenue from Scheduled Services only * f S h d l dS i l Cargo: 23% (as of Jan‐Feb 2009) Financial year ending in March Note: In December 2007, Air Deccan and Kingfisher Airlines decided to merge following which Air Deccan was re‐branded as Kingfisher Red. AIRLINE DATABANK – INDIA.PPT 10
    • Operational Performance Traffic Statistics 2005‐06 2006‐07 2007‐08 Fleet Size 11  25 41 No. of flights operated  per day 34 109 203 No. of passengers carried per day 3362 8933 15851 Average Passenger Load Factor 59.3% 68.2% 68.1% Cargo carried per day (Tonnes) 1.5 5.3 99 Average Weight Load Factor 59.2% 61.6% 58.7% Operational Performance 2005‐06 2006‐07 2007‐08 No. of Employees per aircraft 158 127 123 Operating Revenue per Employee ( INR mn) Operating Revenue per Employee ( INR mn) 2.45 2 45 4.75 4 75 5.35 5 35 Operating Expenses per Employee ( INR mn) 3.79 6.43 6.98 Operating Revenue per Passenger carried (INR.) 3464 4626 4645 Operating Expenses per Passenger carried ( INR) 5369 6261 6058 Operating Revenue per RPKM (INR) 3.65 5 5.23 Operating Expenses per RPKM ( INR) 5.65 6.8 6.82Definitions:1. Avg. Passenger Load Factor: Percentage of available seats that are filled with paying passengers2. Avg. Weight Load Factor :Tonne‐kilometres performed expressed as a percentage of tonne‐kilometres available3. RPKM (Revenue Passenger Kilometres): Measure of sales volume of passenger traffic AIRLINE DATABANK – INDIA.PPT 11
    • SpiceJetAIRLINE DATABANK – INDIA.PPT 12
    • Company Snapshot : Spice JetCorporate Information Financial Performance Headquarters New Delhi Revenue Revenue Profit Founded May 2005 INR mn Profit / Loss / INR mn Employees 2321 15,000 12,949 0 0 Parent Spice Jet 10,000 ‐1,000 7,574 Subsidiaries  N.A. 5,000 3,419 ‐2,000 Key People • Mr. Siddhant Sharma – Chairman and CEO • Mr Peter Hill (COO) 0 ‐3,000 • Mr Gary Osborne (CFO) 2006 2007 2008 Domestic Operations (2008) Revenue breakdown* Fleet Size 19 3,119 7,292 12,164 0% 5% 1% 2% 1% 0% Destinations 18 Cargo Hubs • Primary – New Delhi • Secondary ‐ Mumbai, Hyderabad and  95% 97% 99% Others Ahmedabad.  Passenger Service class Low Cost Carrier Market Share Market Share Passenger: 12% (as of Jan‐Feb 2009) Passenger: 12% (as of Jan Feb 2009) 2006 2007 2008 * Revenue from Scheduled Services only Financial year ending in March AIRLINE DATABANK – INDIA.PPT 13
    • Operational Performance Traffic Statistics 2005‐06 2006‐07 2007‐08 Fleet Size 5 11 19 No. of flights operated  per day 23 56 91 No. of passengers carried per day 3036 7119 11218 Average Passenger Load Factor 82.9% 76.6% 72.2% Cargo carried per day (Tonnes) N.A. N.A. 0 Average Weight Load Factor Average Weight Load Factor 78.4% 78 4% 72.4% 72 4% 68.3% 68 3% Operational Performance 2005‐06 2006‐07 2007‐08 No. of Employees per aircraft 213 151 122 Operating Revenue per Employee ( INR mn) Operating Revenue per Employee ( INR mn) 3.21 3 21 4.55 4 55 5.58 5 58 Operating Expenses per Employee ( INR mn) 3.66 5.55 6.72 Operating Revenue per Passenger carried (INR) 3085 2915 3163 Operating Expenses per Passenger carried ( INR) 3523 3556 3809 Operating Revenue per RPKM (INR) 2.91 2.80 3.00 Operating Expenses per RPKM ( INR) 3.33 3.41 3.60Definitions:1. Avg. Passenger Load Factor: Percentage of available seats that are filled with paying passengers2. Avg. Weight Load Factor :Tonne‐kilometres performed expressed as a percentage of tonne‐kilometres available3. RPKM (Revenue Passenger Kilometres): Measure of sales volume of passenger traffic AIRLINE DATABANK – INDIA.PPT 14
    • Indigo Airlines AIRLINE DATABANK – INDIA.PPT 15
    • Company Snapshot : Indigo AirlinesCorporate Information Financial PerformanceHeadquarters Gurgaon RevenuesFounded 2005 Profit 15,000 15 000 0 0Employees 2074 11,328 ‐500 10,000Parent Interglobe Enterprises ‐1,000Subsidiaries  N.A. 2,163 ‐1,500 5,000 ‐2,000 2 000Key People • Mr. Aditya Ghosh (President) 0 ‐2,500 • Mr. Riyaz Peermohammed (CFO) 2007 2008Domestic Operations (2008) Revenue breakdown*Fleet Size 17 2,151 11,259 1% 6%Destinations 17Hubs • Primary – New Delhi Primary  New Delhi Cargo 99% 94% • Secondary ‐ Bangalore and Mumbai  PassengerService class Low Cost Airline (LCC)Market ShareMarket Share Passenger: 13.6% (as of Jan Feb 2009) Passenger: 13 6% (as of Jan‐Feb 2009) 2007 2008 Cargo: 13.8%(as of Jan‐Feb 2009) * Revenue from Scheduled Services only Financial year ending in March AIRLINE DATABANK – INDIA.PPT 16
    • Operational Performance Traffic Statistics 2006‐07 2007‐08 Fleet Size 8 17 No. of flights operated  per day 20 83 No. of passengers carried per day 2501 10658 Average Passenger Load Factor 70.1% 72.7% Cargo carried per day (Tonnes) 1 89 Average Weight Load Factor 63% 71.5% Operational Performance 2006‐07 2007‐08 No. of Employees per aircraft 136 122 Operating Revenue per Employee ( INR mn) O ti R E l ( INR ) 2 5.5 55 Operating Expenses per Employee ( INR mn) 3.6 6.5 Operating Revenue per Passenger carried (INR.) 2369 2912 Operating Expenses per Passenger carried ( INR) 4276 3458 Operating Revenue per RPKM (INR) 2.4 2.9 Operating Expenses per RPKM ( INR) 4.3 3.5Definitions:1. Avg. Passenger Load Factor: Percentage of available seats that are filled with paying passengers2. Avg. Weight Load Factor :Tonne‐kilometres performed expressed as a percentage of tonne‐kilometres available3. RPKM (Revenue Passenger Kilometres): Measure of sales volume of passenger traffic AIRLINE DATABANK – INDIA.PPT 17
    • Go AirAIRLINE DATABANK – INDIA.PPT 18
    • Company Snapshot : Go AirCorporate Information Financial PerformanceHeadquarters Mumbai Revenue Profit RevenueFounded June 2004 INR mn INR mn Profit / Loss /Employees 1198 6,000 5,099 0 0 5,000Parent Wadia Group 4,000 3,483 ‐1,000Subsidiaries  N.A. 3,000 2,000 ‐2,000Key PeopleKey People • Mr Edgardo Badiali (CEO) Mr. Edgardo Badiali (CEO) 1,000 384 • Mr. Jeh Wadia (Managing Director) 0 ‐3,000 • Mr. GP Gupta (CFO) 2006 2007 2008Domestic Operations (2008) Revenue breakdown*Fleet Size 6 382 3,474 4,706Destinations 12 2% 1% 0% 2% 2% 1% Others CargoHubs • Primary – Mumbai Primary  Passenger • Secondary ‐ Ahmedabad 98% 98% 98%Service class Low Cost CarrierMarket ShareMarket Share Passenger : 2.5% (as of Jan Feb 2009) Passenger : 2 5% (as of Jan‐Feb 2009) 2006 2007 2008 * Revenue from Scheduled Services only Financial year ending in March AIRLINE DATABANK – INDIA.PPT 19
    • Operational Performance Traffic Statistics 2005‐06 2006‐07 2007‐08 Fleet Size 3 5 6 No. of flights operated  per day 5 28 37 No. of passengers carried per day 457 3460 4948 Average Passenger Load Factor 45.1% 69.1% 77.4% Cargo carried per day (Tonnes) 1 9 8 Average Weight Load Factor 48.6% 67.6% 76.8% Operational Performance 2005‐06 2006‐07 2007‐08 No. of Employees per aircraft 259 192 200 Operating Revenue per Employee ( INR mn) Operating Revenue per Employee ( INR mn) 0.49 0 49 3.62 3 62 4.26 4 26 Operating Expenses per Employee ( INR mn) 1.24 5.86 5.92 Operating Revenue per Passenger carried (INR) 2305 2757.3 2823 Operating Expenses per Passenger carried ( INR) 5808 4461 3925 Operating Revenue per RPKM (INR) 3.88 2.8 3.33 Operating Expenses per RPKM ( INR) 9.78 4.5 4.63Definitions:1. Avg. Passenger Load Factor: Percentage of available seats that are filled with paying passengers2. Avg. Weight Load Factor :Tonne‐kilometres performed expressed as a percentage of tonne‐kilometres available3. RPKM (Revenue Passenger Kilometres): Measure of sales volume of passenger traffic AIRLINE DATABANK – INDIA.PPT 20
    • Paramount Airways AIRLINE DATABANK – INDIA.PPT 21
    • Company Snapshot : Paramount AirwaysCorporate Information Financial PerformanceHeadquarters Chennai Revenue Revenue Profit INR mn INR mn Profit / LossFounded ou ded 2005 4,000 4 000 400Employees 611 2,550 2,680 200Parent Paramount Airways 2,000 0 0Subsidiaries Subsidiaries N.A. NA 144Key People Mr. Thiagarajan (CEO) 0 ‐200 2006 2007 2008Domestic Operations (2008) Revenue breakdown*Fleet Size 5 128 2,545 2,676 0% 1% 0%Destinations 12 Others Passenger gHubs Chennai 100% 99% 100%Service class Business ClassMarket Share Passenger: 2% (as of Jan‐Feb 2009) g 2006 2007 2008 * Revenue from Scheduled Services only Financial year ending in March AIRLINE DATABANK – INDIA.PPT 22
    • Operational Performance Traffic Statistics 2005‐06 2006‐07 2007‐08 Fleet Size 1 5 5 No. of flights operated  per day 2 26 35 No. of passengers carried per day 81 979 1786 Average Passenger Load Factor 44.1% 53.1% 70.8% Cargo carried per day (Tonnes) 0 0 0 Average Weight Load Factor Average Weight Load Factor 43.4% 51.6% 68.6% Operational Performance 2005‐06 2006‐07 2007‐08 No. of Employees per aircraft 214 129 122 Operating Revenue per Employee ( INR mn) Operating Revenue per Employee ( INR mn) 0.66 0 66 3.95 3 95 4.39 4 39 Operating Expenses per Employee ( INR mn) 1.5 3.57 4.01 Operating Revenue per Passenger carried (INR.) 4769 7139 4112 Operating Expenses per Passenger carried ( INR) 10850 6458 3758 Operating Revenue per RPKM (INR) 6.64 16.5 9.34 Operating Expenses per RPKM ( INR) 15.1 14.9 8.53Definitions:1. Avg. Passenger Load Factor: Percentage of available seats that are filled with paying passengers2. Avg. Weight Load Factor :Tonne‐kilometres performed expressed as a percentage of tonne‐kilometres available3. RPKM (Revenue Passenger Kilometres): Measure of sales volume of passenger traffic AIRLINE DATABANK – INDIA.PPT 23
    • Air Deccan AIRLINE DATABANK – INDIA.PPT 24
    • Company Snapshot : Air Deccan (now Kingfisher Red) Corporate Information Financial Performance Headquarters Bangalore INR mn Revenue INR mn Founded 23 August 2003 Profit /Loss / 30,000 30 000 5,000 5 000 Employees 3310 21,423 13,518 0 0 20,000 15,454 Parent United Breweries Group ‐5,000 Subsidiaries  N.A. 10,000 3,203 3 203 ‐10,000 682 Key People • G. R. Gopinath 0 ‐15,000 • Vijay Mallya 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Domestic Operations ( 2008) Revenue breakdown* Fleet Size 41 314 2,751 11,726 17,103 14,073 1% 0% 1% 1% 1% Destinations 65   Others Hubs • Primary : Bangalore Primary : Bangalore Passenger 99% 100% 99% 99% 99% • Secondary: Chennai Service class Low Cost Carrier (LCC) Market Share Market Share Passenger: 16% (as of March 2008) Passenger: 16% (as of March 2008) 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 * Revenue from Scheduled Services only  * f S h d l dS i l Financial year ending in MarchNote: In December 2007, Air Deccan and Kingfisher Airlines decided to merge following which Air Deccan was re‐branded as Kingfisher Red. AIRLINE DATABANK – INDIA.PPT 25
    • Operational Performance Traffic Statistics 2003‐04 2004‐05 2005‐06 2006‐07 2007‐08 Fleet Size 4 16 29  39 41 No. of flights operated  per day 14 58 133 212 253 No. of passengers carried per day 408 2683 8330 18220 19445 Average Passenger Load Factor 61.9% 70.9% 74.7% 78.8% 73.3% Cargo carried per day (Tonnes) 0 0 0 0 0 Average Weight Load Factor g g 61.1% 69.4% 75.6% 76.9% 71% Operational Performance 2003‐04 2004‐05 2005‐06 2006‐07 2007‐08 No. of Employees per aircraft 72 74 93 78 81 Operating Revenue per Employee ( INR mn) Operating Revenue per Employee ( INR mn) 2.385 2 385 2.707 2 707 5.03 5 03 7.02 7 02 4.67 4 67 Operating Expenses per Employee ( INR mn) 2.244 2.813 6.24 8.18 8.5 Operating Revenue per Passenger carried (INR.) 4585 3270 4446 3221 2177 Operating Expenses per Passenger carried ( INR) 4316 3399 5506 3753 3962 Operating Revenue per RPKM (INR) 12.18 4.68 5.12 3.8 2.47 Operating Expenses per RPKM ( INR) 11.46 4.86 6.35 4.4 4.49Definitions:1. Avg. Passenger Load Factor: Percentage of available seats that are filled with paying passengers2. Avg. Weight Load Factor :Tonne‐kilometres performed expressed as a percentage of tonne‐kilometres available3. RPKM (Revenue Passenger Kilometres): Measure of sales volume of passenger traffic AIRLINE DATABANK – INDIA.PPT 26
    • Air Sahara / Jet Lite AIRLINE DATABANK – INDIA.PPT 27
    • Company Snapshot : Air Sahara / Jet Lite Corporate Information Financial Performance Headquarters New Delhi Revenue Revenue Profit INR mn INR mn Founded 1991 Profit / Loss 30,000 30 000 2,000 2 000 Employees 2557 20,617 20,153 0 0 Parent Jet Airways 20,000 17,883 15,055 Subsidiaries  N.A. 13,305 ‐2,000 9,598 10,000 Key People Key People •Mr.Subrata Roy (Founder), •Mr Subrata Roy (Founder) ‐4,000 4 000 •Mr. Naresh Goyal (Owner, Jet Airways) •Mr. Gary Kingshott (CEO) 0 ‐6,000 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Domestic Operations ( 2008) Revenue breakdown* Fleet Size 25 9,061 12,949 17,603 20,410 19,974 14,631 3% 1% 3% 0% 2% 1% 2% 1% 2% 1% 2% 0% Destinations 24 Hubs • Primary – New Delhi Others • Secondary – Hyderabad ,Mumbai, Chennai Secondary   Hyderabad ,Mumbai, Chennai  Cargo g and Kolkata 96% 97% 97% 97% 97% 98% Passenger Service class •Economy class •Business class Market Share Passenger: 7.4% (as of Jan‐Feb 2009) 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Cargo: 3.7% (as of Jan‐Feb 2009) * Revenue from Scheduled Services only Financial year ending in MarchNote: Air Sahara has been acquired by Jet Airways in April 2007 and re‐branded as Jet Lite AIRLINE DATABANK – INDIA.PPT 28
    • Operational Performance 2001‐ 2002‐ 2003‐ 2004‐ 2005‐ 2006‐ 2007‐ Traffic Statistics 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 Fleet Size 10 12 20 22 29 27 25 No. of flights operated  per day No of flights operated per day 37 55 92 114 116 113 111 No. of passengers carried per day 1680 3567 5271 7423 8081 8714 9032 Average Passenger Load Factor 37.5% 57.7% 60.8% 69.9% 69.9% 67.5% 71.1% Cargo carried per day (Tonnes) 27 48.2 54 61 56 52.5 29.3 Average Weight Load Factor 34.2% 48.4% 58% 67.8% 68.6% 71.4% 73.5% 2001‐ 2002‐ 2003‐ 2004‐ 2005‐ 2006‐ 2007‐ Operational Performance 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 No. of Employees per aircraft 237 237 164 186 156 137 102 Operating Revenue per Employee ( INR mn) 20.62 3.376 4.046 4.38 4.55 5.43 5.89 Operating Expenses per Employee ( INR mn) 23.84 3.267 3.8 4.02 4.69 6.93 7.49 Operating Revenue per Passenger carried (INR) 7995 7372 6913 6600 6990 6336.1 4567 Operating Expenses per Passenger carried (INR) 9242 7133 6491 6052 7192 8085 5808 Operating Revenue per RPKM (INR) 6.96 5.92 5.87 5.83 5.83 5.2 3.8 Operating Expenses per RPKM ( INR) 8.04 5.73 5.51 5.35 6 6.6 4.8Definitions:1. Avg. Passenger Load Factor: Percentage of available seats that are filled with paying passengers2. Avg. Weight Load Factor :Tonne‐kilometres performed expressed as a percentage of tonne‐kilometres available3. RPKM (Revenue Passenger Kilometres): Measure of sales volume of passenger traffic AIRLINE DATABANK – INDIA.PPT 29
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