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factors have effected the development of the Aviation Industry.

factors have effected the development of the Aviation Industry.
Low cost Airlines.
Increased Number of domestic Airlines.
India’s improving economy.

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  • -:Submitted To:- Ms ANKUR. N Submitted By - Deepak Mistry Batch :- G-4 2009-2010 FIAT INDORE
  • Introduction
    • Mr. JRD TATA is know as the ‘Father of Indian Civil Aviation’.
    • On 8th March 1948,AIR INDIA INTERNATIONAL was incorporated.
    • 15th June 1953 two Corporations- AIR INDIA INTERNATIONAL LIMITED & INDIAN AIRLINES CORPORATION came into formal existence.
    • 1st Aug 1953 the AIR CORPORATION ACT was passed by the parliament, whereby all airlines in INDIA were nationalized.
    • Explain how the following key factors have effected the development of the Aviation Industry.
    • Low cost Airlines.
    • Increased Number of domestic Airlines.
    • India’s improving economy.
    Unit 4. Task-2 View slide
  • A low cost airline is an airline that offers generally low fares in exchange for eliminating many traditional passengers services. The term originated within the airline industry referring to airlines with a lower operating cost structure than their competitors. Low-cost carriers pose a serious threat to traditional "full service" airlines, since the high cost structure of full-service carriers prevents them from competing effectively on price - the most important factor among most consumers when selecting a carrier. Low-Cost Airlines View slide
  • Air-India Express JetLite Kingfisher Red Spice-Jet Go-Air Indigo
    • Effects-
    • High profit to aviation industry as it is attracting the common man to fulfill his wish of flying.
    • Cost effective, employment generation & takes less time to travel.
    • Increase in number of flights.
    • Increase in economy.
    • Major chaos at ticketing counter
    • High consumption of fuel
    • High risk of accidents.
    • More an more profit.
    • Increase in share market and hence more investment in aviation industry.
    • Domestic airlines are helping the aviation industry to grow. The regional are spreading into all parts of their countries, especially those areas which were remote and inaccessible to the major airlines. While acting as feeders, they cater to that segment of the population who were benefit of air travel. With increase in flight operations, the civil aviation sector also benefits (which is the part of the industry).
    • The airports are forced to grow along, with the aviation population, more maintenance facilities come on stream and more people find aviation related jobs. These domestics, feed the international airlines with more passengers helping them to progress as well, with increasing payloads.
    • Some domestic Airlines are- Jet Airways, Kingfisher Airlines, Spice Jet, Indigo Airlines, Go Airways, Paramount Airlines.
    Increase Number of Domestic Airlines
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    • Effects-
    • Flying domestic or international has become much more convenient and easier.
    • Passengers can now reach their destination in lesser time compare to travelling by road transportation.
    • Due to huge competition low cost carriers and full fledged airlines the air fare has reasonably become affordable.
    • Open sky policy has resulted into severe air traffic congestion over domestic and international airports.
    • Due to circling of aircrafts the cabin crew’s flight limitations are getting exceeded, and hence leading to fatigue and physical stress.
    • With the on sent of the recession the domestic airlines are declining towards cost cutting methods, hence reducing the staff I.e. decline in employment opportunities
  • India’s Improving Economy
    • Consumers have capacity to afford air travel.
    • Consumers have money to spend on tourism, religious tourism & business trips, etc.
    • Competition amongst the Airlines has resulted in sharp decline in air fares.
    • Standard of living has increased.
    • Due to improving economy & industries, more an more foreign companies have invested.
    • MNC’s have also started a new airlines.
    • Due to growing AVIATION INDUSTRY, a number of job opportunities are being applicable for air staff & pilots.
    • Infrastructure is improving.
    • These factors are interrelated as in
    • Low cost airlines
    • Increased in number of domestic airlines
    • INDIA’S improving Economy
    Profit to Aviation Industry
  • Indian Aviation industry is one of the fastest growing aviation industries in the world. India has 454 Airports and airstrips of thee, 16 are designated international airports. With the liberalization of the Indian aviation sector, aviation industry in India has undergone a rapid transformation. From being primarily a government-owned industry, the Indian Aviation Industry is now dominated by privately owned full-service airlines and low-cost carriers. Private airlines account for around 75 per share of domestic aviation market. Current Scenario of Indian Aviation Industry
  • From this task I understood what is Aviation Industry, how aviation effected Indian Economy and how what are low cost airlines and how it grow. Conclusion
  • Acknowledgement My sincerely thanks for Guidance , provided to me by Ms Ankur.N , my Aviation Trainer who guided and Motivated me. My parents & my sister who Chose FIAT and send me here to learn. I am also very grateful to “ Frankfinn Institute” for Teaching Aviation. Thank you all