Entire Coverage of Aviation Sector

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Avalon Aviation Academy
Vidya Bhawan, CP, DELHI

Project Name: - Entire Coverage of Aviation Sector

Made by; - Apurva Singh

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

My first experience of project has been successfully, thanks to the support of the Internet and people who have share their views in Net with gratitude. I wish to acknowledge all of them. However, I wish to make special mention of the following.

First of all, I am thankful of our project guide Mr. Abhishek Sharma under whose guideline I am able to complete my project. I am wholeheartedly thankful to him for giving me his value able time & attention & for providing me a systematic way for completing my project in time.

I am also very thankful to respective Trainer Mr. Abhishek Sharma who gave me an opportunity to present this project.

INDEX

SERIAL NO.| CHAPTER NAME| PAGE NO.|
1.| Aviation Industry in India| 1|
2.| Airport Privatization in India| 1-2|
3.| New Private airport in IndiaIndia's 1st private airport to come up in BangaloreOpportunities for Air Cargo Industry in India| 2-4| 4.| Cargo Airlines – Target Destinations in India| 4-5| 5.| Companies involved in Infrastructure Development | 5-10| 6.| Tourist Centres| 10|

7.| Pilot Training Centres in India| 11-12|
8.| MRO (Maintenance, Repairs and overhaul)| 12|
9.| MRO in India| 12-17|
10.| List of Aircraft equipment showroom in India | 17-20| 11.| Aircraft Hangars| 20|
12.| Aviation Equipment and Services
| 21-22|
13.| Aviator Sports and Recreation| 23-24|
Aviation Industry in India
Aviation Industry in India is one of the fastest growing aviation industries in the world. With the liberalization of the Indian aviation sector, aviation industry in India has undergone a rapid transformation. From being primarily a government-owned industry, the Indian aviation industry is now dominated by privately owned full service airlines and low cost carriers. Private airlines account for around 75% share of the domestic aviation market. Earlier air travel was a privilege only a few could afford, but today air travel has become much cheaper and can be afforded by a large number of people.

The origin of Indian civil aviation industry can be traced back to 1912, when the first air flight between Karachi and Delhi was started by the Indian State Air Services in collaboration with the UK based Imperial Airways. It was an extension of London-Karachi flight of the Imperial Airways. In 1932, JRD Tata founded Tata Airline, the first Indian airline. At the time of independence, nine air transport companies were carrying both air cargo and passengers. These were Tata Airlines, Indian National Airways, Air service of India, Deccan Airways, Ambica Airways, Bharat Airways, Orient Airways and Mistry Airways. After partition Orient Airways shifted to Pakistan. Airline industry in India is plagued with several problems. These include high aviation turbine fuel (ATF) prices, rising labour costs and shortage of skilled labour, rapid fleet expansion, and intense price competition among the players. But one of the major challenges facing Indian aviation industry is infrastructure constraint. Airport infrastructure needs to be upgraded rapidly if Indian aviation industry has to continue its success story. Some steps have been taken in this direction. Two of India's largest airports-Mumbai and New Delhi-were privatized recently. Two Greenfield airports are coming up at Bangalore and Hyderabad in southern India. Investments are pouring into almost all aspects of the industry, including aircraft maintenance, pilot training and air cargo services. The future prospects of Indian aviation sector look bright. Airport Privatization in India

With liberalization of air travel services and the advent of low cost airlines, the Indian Civil Aviation Sector is in for a major overhaul over the next few years. As identified by the Naresh Chandra...
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