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India Aviation ICT Forum 2013 - G. Chandramouli, MD, Kunnur International Airport


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Small airports working smarter – G. Chandramouli, MD, Kunnur International Airport

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India Aviation ICT Forum 2013 - G. Chandramouli, MD, Kunnur International Airport

  2. 2. With 16% CAGR, India ATI set to be among top 3 civil aviation markets globally, therefore making it a highly attractive market Second Fastest growing, 4th largest economy in world International traffic will exceed 80m PAX p.a.; Domestic to reach 160m- 180m PAX p.a. Traffic to likely to grow 1.5-2 times GDP growth as it has during the last few years Tremendous growth potential with only less than 2% Indians travel by air per year i.e. 0.04 trips per capita as compared to 0.15 of China and 2.2 of US Innovation potential is complemented by the following: Availability of large pool of skilled resources India as powerhouse of IT and Outsourcing India has a tremendous potential Source: CAPA, WEF, AAI
  3. 3.  Metro Airports  Delhi & Mumbai, the two major International Airports restructured through JV route (2006)  Operation, Management and Transfer (OMT) 6 Airports through PPP.  Greenfield Airports  New Greenfield Airports at Kochi , Hyderabad and Bangalore  Non Metro Airports/ Regional airports  State owned AAI completed modernization of select non-metro Airports.  City side development of non-metro Airports through PPP.
  4. 4.  Important for regional connectivity and development of regional hubs.  Places of major tourist attraction covered.  Business hubs covered.  Project span – next 2 years. Work on many of these has begun.  Investment required - US $ 1.3 billion.  City side development (land use plans), through PPP mode
  5. 5.  There is a huge growth opportunity in smaller towns due to increase in middle class group.  With increase in per capita GDP, there is appetite to move to air travel at regional level  With increase in costs, airlines will see regional airports as their HUB  Airports like Kannur where in there is huge opportunity for international traffic to middle east as approx 20% of the population is employed in middle east  Surge in international and domestic tourism will further boost regional airports.  Enhancement of Non Aero Revenues.
  6. 6.  Airports have started competing with each other with more Private players getting in to the Airport Business.  Limited traffic at these airports in short run.  High costs of obtaining services for reserved activities such as ATC, Security, etc.  Limited revenue generation opportunities in the short to medium term.  Competition from from competing modes of transport-rail and road.  No assurances from airlines in short run.
  7. 7. Business Model  PPP basis and on a build-own-operate (BOO) model.  KIAL is a Public Limited Company set up by the Government of Kerala to build and operate Kannur International Airport.  The proposed equity structure of the company is as follows:  Authorized share capital INR 1,000 Cr .  26% by the State Government (in the form of land).  23% for the State-owned Public Sector Organizations.  2% for government sponsored companies.  49% by small investors and institutional investors.
  8. 8. 9/30/2013 ● The new International Airport is to be developed in 2000 Acres of land. ● Phase wise development of Airport 1. Phase-I 2015-2025 2. Phase-II 2025-2045 The total project cost for Phase I is USD 300 Million ● Project implementation Schedule ● Award of EPC-I Oct-2013 (30 MONTHS Covering All Air side Works) ● Award of EPC-II April-2014 (24 Months Covers Terminal , Technical Block cum Control Tower) ● Commencement of Commercial Operations - April 2016
  9. 9.  Airport Code 4E Type suitable for B-747-400 / B-777-300 ER  Runway length for (07/25) – Phase-I 3050 M (3400 M).  Fuel farm and fuel hydrants (JV with BPCL/KIAL).  Airport Terminal (Green Building Concept)Three level operation. Intergerated for Domestic and International - 50,000 Sq. Mtr.  Technical block with ATC Tower 35 Mt. Height.  Car Parking for 700 Cars and 25 Buses.  Airport will be fully compliant with CAR / ICAO requirements.
  10. 10. t c c k k k Proposed International Airport is located in the North Malabar Region of Kerala in Kannur District. Airport Site is 22 Km. from Kannur Rly Station . - Nearest Functional Airports ● CALICUT INT’L AIRPORT - 120 KM ● MYSORE AIRPORT - 160 KM ● MANGALORE INT’L AIRPORT - 170 KM ● COCHIN INT’L AIRPORT - 260 KM ● TRIVANDRUM INT’L AIRPORT - 475 KM
  11. 11. Cochin 58% Trivandrum 31% Calicut 11% DomesticFlight Movementfor the Year 2012-13 Total Movements - 33,948
  12. 12. Kerala Airports Traffic Share Data Trivandru m 9.88 30% cochin 19.61 60% Calicut 3.11 10% Trivandrum cochin Calicut Domestic Passenger movement 2012-13 Total Passengers – 32.6 Lakhs Cochin
  13. 13. Cochin 43% Trivandrum 30% Calicut 27% InternationalFlightMovementfor the Year 2012-13 Total Movements -47,538
  14. 14. Kerala Airports Traffic Share Data Trivandru m, 18.5, 28% cochin, 29.1, 43% Calicut, 19.62, 29% Trivandrum cochin Calicut International Passenger movement 2012-13 Total Passengers – 67.22 Lakhs
  15. 15. Kerala Airports Traffic Share Data Trivandru m, 48243, 41% cochin, 43048, 36% Calicut, 27612, 23% Trivandrum cochin Calicut Total Cargo Movement 2012-13 – 1,18,903 Ton
  16. 16. 9/30/2013 Passenger(Million) 2016-17 2025-26 2045-46 International 1.65 4.25 16.14 Domestic 0.14 0.42 1.66 Aircraft Movements International 14,746 33,984 1,07,590 Domestic 2,245 5,654 16,647 Cargo in MT 20,926 60,758 3,39,645
  17. 17. 9/30/2013 Middle East Destinations (UAE, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Bharain, etc.) South-East Destinations (Hongkong, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, etc.) Catchment Area KERALA STATE KARNATAKA STATE KANNUR KASARKODE CALICUT WAYANAD COORG DIST. MYSORE
  18. 18. Airport has more than 700 Acres identified for Non Aero revenue and scope for development of Aerotropolis. CUPPS to result in a common, standardized system platform for agent-facing common-use implementations at Airports. Airport Operations Control Center (AOCC) The AOCC focusses on the end- to-end processes . Driver the collaborative decision making (CDM) processes around specific issues across all stakeholders. Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM) is an emerging form of data center management which extends the more traditional systems and network management approaches to now include the physical and asset-level components
  19. 19. STRENGTH • GoK and State run PSU has a stake of 51%. • Land Acquisition completed • Suitable for all types of Aircrafts operating in this sector • Strong catchment area with maximum NRK population • ICAO/ CAR Complaint Airport planned. WEAKNESS • Equity for Phase 1 is yet to be tied up. • EPC contracts are yet to be awarded. • Access road to Airport yet to be developed by State Authorities. • In the initial years cash flow are not adequate to meet Debt servicing requirements. OPPORTUNITIES • Traffic study shows very good traffic potential • GoK PSU are planning to develop Business hubs in the District. • A sizable land available for exploiting non Aero Revenue. THREATS • Construction and Expansion of similar Airports in nearby location may divert traffic • International Traffic is totally dependent on NoRK from Middle East any adverse impact on the opportunities of Keralites will have serious impact on Business plan.