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 NATIONAL AIRLINES

 FOUNDED IN 1932

 BY J.R.D TATA AS TATA AIRLINES

 16TH LARGEST AIRLINE IN ASIA

 SERVING TO 25 DESTINATION

 A FLEET OF 159 PLANES


 PRIMARY HUB – MUMBAI

 SECONDARY HUB – NEW


DELHI

 CHAIRMAN AND
MANAGING DIRECTOR-
MR.ARVIND JADHAV

 PARENT COMPANY –
NACIL
 SUBSIDIARIES – AIR INDIA
EXPRESS,AIR INDIA
CARGO

 MERGED WITH INDIAN


AIRLINES

 IN 2001 IT WAS PUT FOR


THE SALE

 KNOWN FOR ITS


EXTRAVAGANZA
 AROUND 2006-07 IT BEGAN
SHOWING SIGNS OF LOSS.

 THE COMBINED LOSS OF AIR-


INDIA AND INDIAN AIRLINES
WAS RS.7.7 BILLION .

 AFTER THE MERGER OF THE


AIRLINES THE LOSS WENT UP
TO RS.72 BILLION.
 ASKED GOVERNMENT FOR
BAILOUT PACAKAGE OF
RS.10000 CRORE.

 ANNUAL LOSS OF RS.5000


CRORE.

 AIR INDIA HAS 10% OF THE


TOTAL GLOBAL AIRLINES
REVENUE LOSS WITH JUST
0.35% OF THE GLOBAL
TRAFFIC.
 BAD MANAGEMENT
 HIGHEST EMPLOYEES PER AIRCRAFT IN
THE WORLD 200:1,WHEREAS DESIRABLE IS
130-170:1
 MELTDOWN
 LOANS
 STRIKES
 COMPETITION
 RED CARPET FOR FOREIGN
AIRLINES AND RED LIGHT FOR DESI
ONES.

 BILATERAL AGREEMENT.

 MOST SHARES OF SEATS ARE TAKEN


UP BY FOREIGN AIRLINES.

 ALL DESI AIRLINES CAN’T FLY TO


MOST OF THE DESTINATIONS.
 5 YEARS, AND 20 PLANES

 FOREIGN AIRLINES CAN FLY


EVEN TO DOMESTIC ROUTES

 EVEN CARGO CARRIERS CAN


FLY TO DOMESTIC ROUTES

 GROUNDING GROUND
HANDLING
 THERE IS NO RESTRICTIONS TO FOREIGN
AIRLINES IN TERMS OF EXPERIENCE AND
NO. OF AIRCRFTS THEY HAVE.
 EVEN AIRLINES HAVING EXPERIENCE OF
LESS THAN ONE YEAR AND ONLY ONE
AIRCRAFT CAN OPERATE IN INDIA.
 LESS NO. OF HUB
 OUR AIRLINES CAN NOT PROVIDE
CONNECTIVITY