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Jet Airways 2013

  1. 1. • • • • • • • • • • • • • Company Background Light On Naresh Goyal Key Dates Market Share Passenger Load Factor Cargo Load Factor Operating Revenue Profit After Tax Key Strategies Communication Channel Company Hierarchy SWOT Analysis Conclusion Outlines
  2. 2. Company Background • Jet Airways was started by Naresh Goyal. • It was incorporated as an air taxi operator on 1 April 1992. • It started commercial operations on 5 May 1993 with a fleet of four leased Boeing 737-300 aircraft. • Fleet Size-118 (including subsidiaries). • Hub-Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (Mumbai) (Primary & Maintenance Base). • Secondary Hubs-Brussels Airport, Chennai Airport, Delhi Airport.
  3. 3. • • • • • • • • • Frequent Flyer Program-Jet Privilege Airport Lounge-Jet Lounge Subsidiaries-Jet Lite & Jet Konnect Domestic Destinations-69 International Destinations-26 Company Slogan-The Joy Of Flying Parent Company-Tailwinds Limited Headquarters-Mumbai, India Key People-Naresh Goyal, Founder & Chairman Gary Toomey, Appointee CEO
  4. 4. Capt. Hameed Ali, Interim CEO & COO • Employees-13,945 • Operates over 370 daily flights to about 68 destinations both in India and international.
  5. 5. Light on Naresh Goyal: Founder • Naresh Goyal is the founder and Chairman of Jet Airways, India's largest domestic airline. • In May 1974, Naresh Goyal founded Jet air (Private) Limited to look after Sales & Marketing operations of foreign airlines in India. • Naresh Goyal took advantage of Open Skies Policy of the Government of India and set up Jet Airways.
  6. 6. Key Dates • 1993: Jet Airways begins domestic operations flying Boeing 737 jets. • 1997: Kuwait Airways and Gulf Air sell their stakes in Jet Airways. • 1999: A regional network is launched with turboprop aircraft. • 2004: The first international services are started. • 2007: Acquired Air Sahara and re launched it as Jet Lite.
  7. 7. Market Share Spice Jet 17% Go Air 9% Air India 20% Mantra 0% Jet Airways+Jet Lite 23% Indigo 31% Chart issued by DGCA
  8. 8. Passenger Load Factor (Percentage) 82 80 78 76 74 72 70 68 66 64 62 60 77.4 78.6 79.3 78.8 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 67.7 2008-09 2009-10 Passenger Figure issued by Jet Airways Annual Report 2012-13
  9. 9. Cargo Load Factor 250000 200000 181433 187802 2008-09 2009-10 205942 212162 2010-11 2011-12 230057 150000 100000 50000 0 Cargo (Tonnes) 2012-13 Figures issued by Jet Airways Annual Report 2012-13
  10. 10. Operating Revenue 1800000 1685259 1600000 1481591 1400000 1200000 1147697 1273677 1046964 1000000 800000 600000 400000 200000 0 2008-09 Figures Issued By Jet Airways Annual Report 2012-13 2009-10 2010-11 Operating Revenue (Rs Lakh) 2011-12 2012-13
  11. 11. Profit After Tax Profit After Tax (Rs Lakh) 20000 0 -20000 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 -40000 x a T e A t i f o r P -60000 -80000 -100000 -120000 -140000 Figures are issued by Jet Airways Annual Report 2012-13
  12. 12. On Time Performance At Six Airports 100.00% 98.70% 98.20% 98.00% 96.00% 95.00% 95.70% 94.00% 92.00% 90.50% 90.00% 87.90% 88.00% 86.00% 84.00% 82.00% BLR BOM DEL MAA CCU HYD Figures are issued by DGCA
  13. 13. Key Strategies • Focus on improving service, reliability and on time performance. • Measures to negate effect of unprecedented increase in prices of fuel • Maintain its leadership position in the Indian aviation industry • Improve On-time performance. • Explore the potential for sustained growth in Indian passenger traffic because of low penetration in the medium to long term.
  14. 14. • Keep operations and growth in line with expected Indian economy growth which is around 7% – 8% per annum • Manage risk & short term crisis on account of any global financial risks • Manage short term spike in crude oil prices. • Minimize passing the fuel price fluctuation to customers. • Network expansion will be around the key focus specially Gulf and Middle east.
  15. 15. Communication Channel
  16. 16. Company Hierarchy Board of Directors • Mr. Naresh Goyal | Chairman • Mr. Ali Ghandour | Director • Mr. Victoriano P. Dungca | Director • Mr. Iftikar M. Kadri | Director • Mr. Javed Akhtar | Director • Mr. Aman Mehta | Director • Mr. Gaurang Shetty | Director
  17. 17. Senior Management • Mr. Gary Kenneth Toomey | Chief Executive Officer • Mr. Abdulrahman Albusaidy | Chief Strategy & Planning Officer • Mr. Sudheer Raghavan | Chief Commercial Officer • Capt. Hameed Ali | Chief Operating Officer • Mr. Ravishankar Gopalakrishnan | Chief Financial Officer • Mrs. Anita Goyal | Executive Vice President – Network Planning & Revenue Management • Mr. Gerry Oh | Vice President - Asia Pacific • Mr. Gaurang Shetty | Sr. Vice President – Commercial
  18. 18. • Dato K. Jeyakanthan | Sr. Vice President - Aircraft Projects & Product (Technical) • Ms. Sonu Kripalani | Vice President - Sales (India) • Mr. Mohammad Ali El Ariss | Vice President – Cargo • Mr. Raj Sivakumar | Sr. Vice President – Alliances and Planning • Dr. Samar B. Srivastava | Vice President – Human Resources • Mr. Ashok Barimar | General Counsel & Vice President Legal • Ms. Ragini Chopra | Vice President – Corporate Communication and Public Relations
  19. 19. • Mr. A K Sivanandan | Vice President – Public Relations • Mr. Krishnan Balakrishnan | Vice President – Fleet and Management Control • Mr. Manish Dureja | Vice President - Marketing • Mr. Arun Kanakal | Company Secretary and Associate Legal Counsel • Mr. Bram Steller | Executive Vice President - International Sales & Services • Mr. Emmanuel Menu | Vice President - Continental Europe, Americas & Canada • Mr. Belson Coutinho | Vice President - eCommerce & Innovations
  20. 20. • Mr. Arindam Banerji | Vice President – Customer Services • Mr. Chhattar Singh Tomar | Vice President - Engineering & Maintenance
  21. 21. SWOT Analysis
  22. 22. Strength • Strong presence & good name in the Indian Aviation market. • Taking the plane on lease rather than purchasing. • Ready made distribution network. • Innovation in services. • Experience exceeding 20 years. • Large fleet size. • Among top 3 in India.
  23. 23. Weaknesses • Too many players. • Salaries was not high as compared to other airlines so difficulty to retain employees. • Financial not sound as compared to others airlines. • Loosing domestic market share. • Weak brand promotion. • Need improvement in in-flight services. • Old fleet average age 4.78 years.
  24. 24. Opportunities • • • • Untapped air cargo market. Scope in global services and tourism. Increasing salaries of people. Scope in global services and tourism.
  25. 25. Threats • • • • • Ongoing economic weakness. Rapid increase in fuel prices. Strong competitors. Overseas market competition. Regulations
  26. 26. Conclusion • Concentrate on the SWOT analysis. • Improvise on branding strategies. • Improving technology to overcome unfavorable weather conditions. • Create a program training program for employees.

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