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Civil Aviation in India

Civil Aviation in India

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Prof Ajit Parulekar
Group 8A
Goa Inst. Of Mgmt.
Pritam Patnaik (43)
Ribandar, Goa

Radhika kayal (44)
Rahul Batta (45)
Rahul Singh (46)
Richa Ahuja (47)
Ramesh Jain (48)

CONTENTS
Page
1. INTRODUCTION
3
2. MAJOR PLAYERS
5
3. MACRO ENVIRONMENT ANALYSIS
6
4. PORTER\u2019S FIVE FORCE ANALYSIS
12
5. THE SWOT ANALYSIS FOR FIAT
15
6. FUTURE OF THE INDUSTRY
19
7. PROJECTIONS FOR THE INDUSTRY
23
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1. INTRODUCTION
1.1 GENESIS / HISTORY

The birth of civil aviation in India began happened on Feb 18, 1911 when Henri Piquet flew a Humber biplane. In 1932, JRD Tata, a visionary launches India\u2019s first scheduled airline, Tata Airline and also piloted its first innaugral fight. In early 1948, a joint sector company, Air India International Ltd. was established by the Government of India and Air India (earlier Tata Airline) with a capital of Rs 2 crore and a fleet of three Lockheed constellation aircraft. The joint venture was headed by J.R.D. Tata.

After the Second World War as many as eleven private domestic airlines operated in India. The supply-demand was not in balance as the Indian aviation market was still in a fledgling state. Many of these airlines were making heavy losses as a result of which the government decided to nationalise the airlines by forming one domestic carrier and one international flag carrier. In 1953 Air-India International (name truncated to Air-India in 1962) became a public sector corporation along with Indian Airlines Corporation (catering to domestic and regional routes). Eight erstwhile private airlines were merged to form Indian Airlines Corp., namely Deccan Airways, Bharat Airways, Air India, Himalayan Aviation, Kalinga Airlines, Indian National Airways, Air Services of India and Air- Services India. The fleet was fairly big consisting of 73 DC-3 Dakotas, 12 Vikings, 3 DC-4s and some other smaller aircraft. (*)

(Source :(*) www.knowindia.net)
1.2 TODAY

There has been a marked change in the civil aviation scenery in India. Whereas prior to 1992 when the two public sector airlines, namely Air-India and Indian Airlines enjoyed a monopoly in the domestic sector, today a dozen airlines are competing for a market share. The Indian civil aviation industry is expanding by leaps and bounds. A slew of low-cost airlines is operating or will commence operations during the current year. India's main airports are beginning to face capacity constraints and are in the process of being modernized. Indian airlines have lately placed a record number of aircraft orders. As an example, ATR received firm orders for 90 new aircraft in 2005 of which India's (Kingfisher Airlines and Air Deccan) share was 55 per cent.

1.3 INDIAN AIRPORTS

A government controlled body AAI (Airports Authority of India) manages 127 airports in the country comprising 15 international airports, 7 restricted international airports, 80 domestic airports and 25 civil enclaves at defence airfields. Indian airports handled 51.9 million domestic, 22.4 million international passengers and 1.4 million tons of cargo in the year ended March 2006. projected traffic for 2012 is 130 million passengers.

(Source : PPT by Exec Dir (AAI) at Airport forum in Dubai)
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