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  • Kingfisher Airlines ……….The king of good times
  • AVIATION INDUSTRY
    • One of the fastest growing industries in the world.
    • India has the private airlines as its key players and 75% of the market share is owned by the private sector.
    • Problems that the Indian aviation industry is facing are:
    • High rising prices of the ATF.
    • The cost of labour is rising in our country.
    • Shortage of skilled labour.
    • Infrastructure constraints.
  • Kingfisher Airlines
    • REGISTERED OFFICE :
      • UB Tower, Level 12, UB City,
      • 24, Vittal Mallya Road,
    • Bangalore – 560 001
  • Kingfisher Airlines BOARD OF DIRECTORS Dr. Vijay Mallya, Chairman & CEO Capt. G. R. Gopinath, Vice Chairman Capt. K.J. Samuel Mr. A.K. Ravi Nedungadi Mr. Vijay Amritraj Mr. Anil Kumar Ganguly Mr. Piyush G. Mankad Dr. Naresh Trehan Diwan Arun Nanda Mr. Ghyanendra Nath Bajpai
  • Kingfisher Airlines COMPANY SECRETARY Mr. N. Srivatsa CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER Mr. A. Raghunathan
    • Kingfisher Airline is a private airline based in Bangalore, India.
    • The airline is owned by Vijay Mallya of United Beverages Group.
    • Kingfisher Airlines started its operations on May 9, 2005 with a fleet of 4 Airbus A320 aircrafts.
    • The airline currently operates on domestic routes. The destinations covered by Kingfisher Airlines are Bangalore, Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, etc
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    • In a short span of time Kingfisher Airline has carved a niche for itself.
    • The airline offers several unique services to its customers.
    • These include: personal valet at the airport to assist in baggage handling and boarding, accompanied with refreshments and music at the airport, audio and video on-demand, with extra-wide personalized screens in the aircraft and three-course gourmet cuisine .
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  • Kingfisher Airlines Kingfisher Airlines starting operating with a brand new fleet of 8 Airbus A320 aircraft, 3 Airbus A319-100 aircraft and 4 ATR-72 aircraft. It was the first airline in India to operate with all new aircrafts. Kingfisher Airlines is also the first Indian airline to order the Airbus A380. UB holdings Ltd , has acquired 46% stake in the budget airline Air Deccan
  • MARKET SHARE Current Scenario Kingfisher Airlines -> 20.8% Jet Airways -> 19 % Indian + Air India -> 18.3% Indigo -> 15.4 % Spice Jet -> 12.9% Others -> 13.6%
  • Kingfisher Airlines KFA at a Glance Total connections to 70 cities including 7 international destinations flying over 350 flights a day. Over 45 million guests flown since inception Current Fleet size of 67 aircraft (39 Airbus and 28 ATRs’). Market Share of 20.8% Recognized as one of India’s Most Respected Companies in 2006 and 2007 –Business World India’s only 5 star airline –by independent agency Skytrax
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    • Domestic operations have achieved an EBITDA profit of Rs 15 Cr in the 9 months ended Dec 09 vs a loss of Rs 1058 cr in the same period last year
      • Domestic revenue up 17%
      • Guests flown increased by 5% despite 3% reduction in capacity
      • Capacity deployed decreased by 1.06 lac seats.Guests flown increased by 1.14 lacs
      • Highest ever seat factor of 80.2% achieved during December 2009
    KFA at a Glance
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  • Kingfisher Airlines Kingfisher Airlines, India’s only Five Star Airline rated by Skytrax, has been granted traffic rights to operate on seven new international routes. The new international routes for which traffic rights have been granted are: 1New Delhi – London – New Delhi 2New Delhi – Hong Kong – New Delhi 3New Delhi – Bangkok – New Delhi 4New Delhi – Dubai – New Delhi 5Mumbai – Colombo- Mumbai 6Mumbai – Bangkok- Mumbai 7Mumbai – Dubai – Mumbai Expansion Plans :
  • Kingfisher Airlines Kingfisher Airlines will soon be commencing flights from New Delhi to London Heathrow along with six other new international routes. The launch of these new flights will further enhance the international route network of Kingfisher Airlines. The addition of these new services will mean that we will now be able to further leverage the unparalleled domestic route network of Kingfisher Airlines to maximize yields. With their unique domain expertise in aviation in general and in network planning in particular, Seabury, Kingfisher Airlines’ globally renowned advisors will ensure excellent connectivity for all these new services Expansion Plans :
  • Kingfisher Airlines Expansion Plans :
  • Kingfisher Airlines Financial Highlights Total Operating Revenues of Rs 3776 Cr (-9% over YTD FY 09) (Domestic Revenues of Rs. 3412 Cr vs. Rs. 4132 Cr in YTD FY 09) EBITDAR profit of Rs 485 Crvs. loss of Rs 442 Cr for YTD FY 09 (Domestic EBITDAR of Rs. 679 Cr vs. loss of Rs.246 Cr in FY 09) -improvement of Rs 925 Cr EBITDA loss of Rs. 355Crvs. loss of Rs. 1342 Cr in YTD FY09 (Domestic EBITDA profit of Rs.15 Cr vs. loss of Rs 1058 Cr in FY 09) -improvement of Rs 1073 Cr Revenue passengers carried 8.22 Mn vs. 8.11 Mn (up 1.4% over YTD FY09)
  • Kingfisher Airlines Company P&L
  • Kingfisher Airlines Projected P& L for next 5 years
  • Kingfisher Airlines KFA: Debt Profile
  • Kingfisher Airlines Key Initiatives planned to further enhance performance
    • Further Initiatives to generate higher revenues & improve consumer
    • connect
    • New frequent flyer program launched with unique features like non-air
    • rewards, family club etc.
    • New Internet booking engine driving greater consumer traffic towards
    • online bookings
    • Incremental passenger connections generated through launch of
    • ‘ One Stop Connect’campaign
  • Kingfisher Airlines Key Initiatives planned to further enhance performance
    • Stringent actions planned and undertaken to keep costs under control
      • Reduced lease costs by >25% (over Q3 FY09) through redelivery of
      • non-operational aircrafts
      • Reduced personnel costs by >20% (over Q3 FY09) through replacing
      • high cost expects
      • Planned to reduce Engineering costs by 10-15% by induction of new
      • key vendor
      • Successfully implemented ‘Fuel Monitoring System’ for targeted
      • reduction in fuel consumption
      • Exercised stringent controls across over heads to reduce costs
      • e.g. Optimize office & warehouse spaces across all locations,
      • planned reduction of communication costs etc.
  • Kingfisher Airlines S.W.O.T. ANALYSIS STRENGTHS Strong brand value and reputation in the minds of customers. Quality of the service. Route rationalization. First airline to have a new fleet of airbuses. Quality and continuous innovation. WEAKNESSES Still a not in profit organization. High ticket pricing. Facing a tough competition from competitors.
  • Kingfisher Airlines S.W.O.T. ANALYSIS OPPORTUNITIES The expanding tourism industry. The non penetrated domestic market. International market. Untapped air cargo market. THREATS Competitors Infrastructure issues. Fuel price hike. Economic slowdown.
  • Thank You
  • Any Questions??
  • By -Palak Thareja