1. AVIATION INDUSTRY IN INDIA AND THE GROWTH STORY VIAPUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP By: Santosh Patra & Abhay Shah
2. • PPP• History• Number Matters• Passenger AND Cargo Traffic Growth• Requirements• Airport Development Fund Requirements• PPP in Indian Airports• Airport Development Process has taken off in the country• Some Success Stories• Conclusion
3. •Arrangement for providing support for the provision ofinfrastructure.•Funded and operated through a partnership.•Payment of a stream of services.
4. HISTORY Civil Aviation DepartmentInternational National AirportAirport Airports Authority ofAuthority of Authority IndiaIndia
6. Passenger AND Cargo Traffic GrowthinCivil Aviation Sector International Domestic Total YEAR No.in %age No.in %age No.in %age million change million chang million chang e e 2003-04 16.64 12.2 32.14 11.2 48.78 11.6 2004-05 19.42 16.7 39.86 24.0 59.28 21.5 2005-06 22.90 17.9 50.88 27.64 73.78 24.45 (estimated) International Domestic Total YEAR %age %age %age Quantity change Quantity chang Quantity change e 2003-04 693.2 7.3 375.4 12.7 1068.6 9.1 2004-05 823.6 18.8 456.7 21.6 1280.3 19.8 2005-06 902.7 9.6 479.1 4.9 1381.8 7.93 (estimated)
7. REQUIREMENTS• New Airports• Expansion of capacity at existing airports• Induction of Technology for efficient handling of Passenger and cargo.• Better Management Practices
8. Airport Development Fund Requirements – Rs. 40,454 crores Particulars Airport Indicative Cost Rs. In crores Restructuring/ Delh & Mumbai 15,000 Modernization for world Chennai & Kolkatta 5,000 class airports Green Field Airports Bangalore, Hyderabad, Goa, Pune, 10,000 Navi Mumbai, Nagpur (Hub) and Greater Noida Upgradation 25 selected airports 7,000 Modernization/ 55 airports 3,000 Improvement Total investment by 2010 40,000Dev. Of airports in North Terminal Air Side ATS TotalEast Region (excluding Building/Car Facility Rs. InGreen Field Airports PRK/Cargo etc. croresTotal 225 167 62 454
9. PPP IN INDIAN AIRPORTSTo build world-class airports.To make the airport user friendly.Development of infrastructure.To provide airport capacity .To encourage greater efficiency.Multi-modal linkages.
10. Airport Development Process has taken off in the country -• PPP in the country began with CIAL.• Green field airports in two metros.• Airports were handed over to Joint Venture Companies.• PPP has been approved for the city side development of airports.• Proposals of green field airports.
11. SOME SUCCESS STORIESNavi Mumbai International Airport:-Private sector partner getting 74%AAI and Govt of Maharashtraholding 13% eachTwo parallel runways each 3700 mtrslong.Terminal area of 250,000 m², and a Cargo area of 100,000 m².50-55 million passengers annually.9,000 crore (US$2.01 billion).
12. Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGI),Terminal 3 (T3)Delhi:-GMR Group (54%)AAI (26%)Fraport & Eraman Malaysia(10% each).T3 covers 5.5 million square feet.It has 8 levels and 78 aero bridges.98 immigration counters for international passengers.Multi-level car parking facility.34 million passengers annually.
13. Other success stories:-• Cochin International Airport• Bangalore International Airport• Hyderabad International Airport• Kolkata International Airport• Chennai International Airport
14. Depends on EGAP principle (EverythingGoes According to Plan)It helps our airport infrastructure toachieve new heights and gain fame inworlds infrastructure so India should geton with it.