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Aviation - Pass Criteria

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  • 1. AVIATION
  • 2. ATTRIBUTES REQUIRED BY CABIN CREW
    • Hardworking
    • Adaptability
    • Confident
    • Pleasant Personality
    • Diplomatic
    • Polite and Calm
    • Modulated Voice
    • Friendliness
  • 3. AVIATION INDUSTRY
    • The effects of the following key factors in the development of Aviation Industry
    • Low Cost Airlines
    • Increased Number of Domestic Airlines
    • India’s Improving Economy
  • 4. LOW COST AIRLINES A Low-Cost Airline is an airline that offers low fares by eliminating many traditional passenger services. Also known as a No-Frills or Discount Airlines.
  • 5. LOW COST AIRLINES IN INDIA
    • Jagson Airlines
    • Go Air
    • Paramount Airways
    • IndiGo
    • SpiceJet
    • JetLite
    • Kingfisher Red
    • Air-India Express
  • 6. ADVANTAGES OF LOW COST AIRLINES
    • Airline for price conscious customers
    • Increase in employment
    • New Short-Haul air routes are serviced
    • Smaller countries can rely on low cost airlines to service them
    • Allowed more people to fly
  • 7. DISADVANTAGES OF LOW COST AIRLINES
    • No frills such as “free” food/drinks
    • Increase stress on Air Traffic Controllers
    • Lower Safety Standards Followed
    • Greater pollution in Sky
  • 8. INCREASED NUMBER OF DOMESTIC AIRLINES An Airlines that operates its services within the boundaries of that country.
  • 9. ADVANTAGES OF INCREASED NUMBER OF DOMESTIC AIRLINES
    • Gives People Choice
    • Prices usually come down
    • More People can afford to Fly
    • Allows People to travel to new cities that previously were not serviced
    • Improved Services
    • Employment Generation
  • 10. DISADVANTAGES OF INCREASED NUMBER OF DOMESTIC AIRLINES
    • Increase in Air Traffic Congestion
    • Delays
    • Increase in Air Pollution
    • Wastage of Fuel
    • Increase in Prices of Fuel
  • 11. INDIA’S RISING ECONOMY
  • 12. EFFECTS ON AVIATION INDUSTRY
    • Organized country’s first aviation show
    • Infrastructural Development
    • Better Quality of Fuel for Planes
    • Pricing Policies get competitive
    • Increase in number of domestic airlines
    • Foreign Players entered the Indian markets
  • 13. CURRENT SCENARIO
    • The Oil Prices increasing
    • Prices of Air tickets are increasing
    • Mergers and Acquisitions
    • Sacking of Employees
    • Cancellations of Flights on some routes
    • Decline in the rate of people traveling by air
    • Many airlines are facing losses
  • 14. CONCLUSION
    • The Role of Government is Vital
    • Use of more fuel efficient Aircrafts
    • Airlines have to come together
    • Standardizing more Airports
  • 15. THANK YOU Mohit Koyande A4 Batch Nasik Center