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  • 1. 7 PS ANALYSIS OF KINGFISHER AIRLINES WITH RESPECT TO CUSTOMER SATISFACTION
  • 2. Product  Roving agents: A roving agent is a check – in counter on the move. The guests with hand baggage are not required to stand in the queue at the check – in counters. The roving agents come to the customers and assist them.  Different check – in options: The airlines allows it customers to do a web check – in from its website apart from the option of the airport check – in.  Special care for unaccompanied minors, senior citizens and those with reduced mobility: The airline takes the responsibility of escorting the children safely to their destination. The flight attendants take care of the child to ensure a comfortable and enjoyable flight. At the destination, the staff escorts the child to the arrival terminal and meets the person named earlier. Only after checking the credential of the assigned person is the child released.  Guest with disabilities can expect a personalized and caring treatment. An escort with a wheel chair can be assigned to the Guest. Help in check-in, boarding and disembarkation can also be availed by guests.  In – flight entertainment: Every seat is treated to an individual TV with Live TV as well as well as pre recorded in-flight entertainment channels and Radio.
  • 3. Place  Connectivity: Kingfisher Airlines flies to 38 destinations across India. These 38 locations cover a wide geography of the country and connect all the metros and the major cities. It also has connectivity among the tier 2 cities of the country.  Frequency of flights: The airline currently operates 218 flights everyday across its 38 domestic destinations. The frequency between the four metros and other major cities such as Bangalore, Ahmadabad, Hyderabad and Pune accounts for the maximum number of take – offs every day.  Booking of tickets: The customers have an option of booking tickets at the airport, by calling the customer care, through travel agents and by logging on to their website.
  • 4. Price  Kingfisher Airlines has been termed as the “first full frills – true value carrier.”  Well defined target audience which is the Sec A and Sec B+ of the Indian economy and that falls within the age group of 25 – 45 years with high disposable incomes.  The whole “Kingfisher experience” is about luxury, comfort, enjoyment and relaxation. This passengers are looking for value for money and the airline is able to live up to their expectations
  • 5. Promotion  They reach out to their customers through all media of communication such as television, radio, print, outdoor, malls and multiplexes, clubs and pubs and their in – flight magazine.  They have tied up with several brands across industries such as Tata Tetley, Pepsi, Microsoft, Inox, ICICI bank and the Park Hotels.  King Club is the airline’s loyalty program. As a member of King Club, customers enjoy a range of exclusive privileges and benefits for each membership level from the moment they have reserved their travel till the time they reach their final destination.
  • 6. People  The real winning factor for Kingfisher Airlines is the quality of staff service being provided to customers.  The crew undergoes rigorous training programs and kingfisher has also instituted the Kingfisher Training Academy to cater to the growing demand for trained Service oriented professionals.  This academy provides intensive training on Airlines Orientation covering Airline Rules & Regulations, Cabin Familiarization, Galley Management and Announcement Delivery.
  • 7. Process  Kingfisher Airlines facilitates easy booking of tickets. The passengers can book their seats by calling their 24/7 customer care, by logging on to their website, designated travel agents and at the airports.  The airline provides its customers with a personalized valet service at all airports across the country. The valet service staff assists the passengers’ right from the time they reach at the airport till they check – in and also upon arrival at the destination. Upon arrival, this staff guides the passengers to the right baggage belt and assists them with it.  The airline tries to ensure that the passengers can retrieve their baggage after they disembark from the aircraft in the shortest possible time. However, this is also subject to the infrastructure of the airports
  • 8. Physical Evidence  Fleet: The airline has a brand new fleet of aircraft comprising of 18 ATR 72s, 4 A 319s, 13 A 320s, 8 A 321s, 2 A 330s.  Interiors of the aircraft: All the aircrafts of Kingfisher airlines have designer interiors. The moment a passenger enters the aircraft, what strikes him is the bold use of red color.  Cleanliness inside the aircraft: All the aircrafts are well maintained for cleanliness and a pleasant experience
  • 9. SWOTANALYSIS (a) Strengths:  Strong Brand value & Reputation in the minds of customers.  Quality of the service.  First airline to have new fleet of airbuses. (b) Weaknessess:  High Ticket prices.  Still not a profit-making organization.
  • 10. (c) Opportunities:  The expanding tourism Industry.  Untapped Air cargo market.  Under penetrated Domestic Market. (d)Threats:  Competitors.  Fuel Price Hike.  Economic Slowdown/Recession.  Alienation of Government passengers. The Government servants travelling on Official Duty have to use Air-India only.  Tourism Saturation.  Declining Promotions and sponsorship.

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