• Indian Civil Aviation Industry
    KingFisher Airlines 14 Jet Airways 15 Paramount Airways 15 Indigo Air 16 Comparative Analysis 16 Recommendations 17 References 18 History of the Indian Airline Industry Civil aviation in India started on February 18, 1911 with the first commercial flight from Allahabad to Naini, a now...
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  • Indian Aviation
    , comparative matrix and SWOT analysis of the industry leading players: Jet Airways India Ltd., Air India limited & Indian Airlines Limited, Air Deccan, Air Sahara, Kingfisher, SpiceJet, Go Airlines (India) Ptv Ltd., IndiGo Airlines, Paramount Airways (P) Ltd, Mumbai Airport and Indira Gandhi...
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  • Comparative Analysis of Factors Affecting Popularity of Leading Airlines in India
    [pic] COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF FACTORS AFFECTING POPULARITY OF LEADING AIRLINES IN INDIA-KINGFISHER AND JET AIRWAYS [pic] SUBMITTED TO: SUBMITTED BY : Dr. Shalini Trivedi Group No : 2 Sr. Lecturer...
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  • Airlines
    study: Jet Airways ………………………………………….. 40 2. A short overview on the current scenario of Kingfisher Airlines.. 55 SECTION V 1. Comparative analysis of Airlines ………………………………… 64 3. Consumer’s View …………………………………………….…… 66 4. Suggestions and improvements …………………………………… 67 3. Conclusion...
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  • How Kingfisher Can Come Out of Current Adverse Situation?
    dissertation. Vishakha Soni INTRODUCTION- The “King of Good Times” is facing some grim times at the moment. Airline group chief and billionaire business tycoon, Dr.Vijay Mallya is struggling to keep India’s Kingfisher Airlines afloat due the surging fuel costs and fuel taxes. In the past week, the...
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  • Strategy Formulation
    move. COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS 1. REPOSITIONING TO “VALUE CARRIER” AIRLINES Owing to the rising ATF prices and increasing losses and massive cash crunches, intense competition and weak growth in price-sensitive demand India's domestic LCC market appears to be shrinking, Three main players have...
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  • Merger and Acquisation
    in Bengaluru International Airport Ltd (BIAL) Name of the players Market Share Kingfisher Airlines and Kingfisher Red (previously 28% Air Deccan) Jet Airways and Jet Lite (previously Air Sahara) 25% Air India and Indian (previously Indian Airlines) 16% IndiGo 14...
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  • Nutritional Labeling
    designed with above set of variables and responses of 150 fliers of six domestic airlines viz., GoAir, Kingfisher, Jet Airways, Indigo, SpiceJet and Air India (Domestic) was recorded on a five point Likert scale. About 150 respondents were interviewed from different places in NCR: Delhi, Gurgaon...
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  • Benchmarking Hr Practices (Focused on Gender Diversity)
    Imphal via Guwahati. By the end of 2006, the airline had six aircraft. Nine more aircraft were acquired in 2007 taking the total to 15. By December 2010, IndiGo replaced the state run flag carrier AirIndia as the top third airline in India. It already had a 17.3% of the market share, behind Kingfisher...
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  • Reatil in India
    such gloomy environment LCC model bloomed, highlighting its strength. IndiGo reported strong profit in 2009/10. Jet / Kingfisher converted most domestic capacity to low cost operations. From 2010 onwards growth has resumed and domestic traffic is on upswing; private airlines were on track to post...
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  • Indian Aviation Industry
    , IndiGo topped with 27%, followed by Jet Airways with 19.4%, Air India with 18.2%, Spicejet 17.8%, JetLite 7.25%, Go Air 7% and Kingfisher with 3.4% market share. (A detailed pie-chart statistics of the market share provided by DGCA is shown in Exhibit 3.) Indian Aviation Market – A...
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  • Airlines
    nblk.mnm rishav is choootia Ritika is a slut in the last few years makes it stand out in stark contrast to IndiGo—India’s most profitable airline. Why did one soar and the other plummet? Mallya’s many models t While both airlines declined to comment for this story, an analysis of the operating...
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  • Comp
    Kingfisher Deccan Indigo Go Air Paramount Spice Jet Dynamics of the market 2006 2007 Airline (Oct-Dec) (Oct-Dec) Jet Airways 27.0 22.8 Jet Lite 8.8 7.7 Air Deccan 19.1 14.8 Spice Jet 7.5 10.4 Paramount Airways 1.1 1.0 Indigo Airlines 3.7 8.8 Go Air 4.1 3.9 Kingfisher 9.7 13.0 Indian / Air India 18.9...
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  • Kf Strategy
    BUSINESS POLICY AND STRATEGY MANAGEMENT Kingfisher Airline Crisis & Strategy for Sustenance Table of Contents ABSTRACT 2 AIRLINE INDUSTRY IN INDIA 3 KINGFISHER AIRLINES 4 STRATEGIC ISSUES WITH KFA 6 WHAT WENT AGAINST KINGFISHER AIRLINES? 8 AVIATION INDUSTRY ANALYSIS 10 Five...
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  • Aviation - Civil Aviation Industry in India
    operated according to a published timetable. It includes: 1. Domestic airlines, which provide scheduled flights within India and to select international destinations. Air Deccan, Spice Jet, Kingfisher Airline and Indigo are some of the domestic players in the industry. 2. International airlines, which...
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  • Indigo
    already had a 17.3% of the market share, behind Kingfisher Airlines and Jet Airways.[3] By early 2012, IndiGo had taken the delivery of its 50th aircraft in less than 6 years. IndiGo is known to have placed the largest order in commercial aviation history during 2011 at that time, when Airbus won the...
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  • Portfolio Management
    this trouble state and move towards the healthy state slowly and steadily. 11. COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS Particulars | Kingfisher Airlines | Jet Airways | SpiceJet | Net Sales | 5493.41 | 15224.68 | 3943.26 | Net Profit | -2328.01 | -1179.51 | -605.77 | Net Working Capital | 1504.54...
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  • Case Analysis of Airline Industry in India
    Indigo. The year 2007 was the year of merger and acquisitions –the Jet-Sahara deal, the Kingfisher-Deccan deal, Indian-Air India. Full service airlines were forced to drop fares as well though their minimum fares tended to be still higher than those offered by the “low-cost” carriers. These low fares...
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  • Kingfisher Airlines Limite
    Kingfisher Airlines Limited Executive summary This report provides you an analysis and evaluation of the current and prospective problem, which is making Kingfisher Airline Limited in losses from last few month. Through the help of asking questions to frequent flyers and stake holders this...
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  • Strategic Analysis Of Indian Civil Aviation Industry
    the segments (Low Cost: IndiGo & Premium: Kingfisher Airline) and done an extensive research on the strategies followed by them. The passenger load factor (PLF) of an airline, sometimes simply called the load factor, is a measure of how much of an airline's passenger carrying capacity is used...
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