• Indian Civil Aviation Industry
    governance that contribute to the success of the airlines. Further, we define success factors and then evaluate each of the aviation players against these factors based on secondary research. We have selected NACIL, Jet Airways, Kingfisher Airlines, Indigo Air and Paramount Airways for the purpose of evaluation...
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  • Indian Aviation
    Authority of India (AAI) and Federation of Indian Airlines (FIA). It also covers the proposal Airline M&A Policy, Indian airport infrastructure development, low cost carriers market, market outlook, plus the profile, comparative matrix and SWOT analysis of the industry leading players: Jet Airways India...
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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
    PROJECT REPORT ON SERVICE SECTOR MANAGEMENT IN DOMESTIC AIRLINES SUBMITTED BY KHAN HILAL AHMAD ZAMIRUL HAQUE KANIZ FATIMA ROLL NO: S – 318 BACHELOR OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES (SEM V) KHAR EDUCATION SOCIETY’S COLLEGE OF COMMERCE AND ECONOMICS KHAR (WEST) SUBMITTED TO UNIVERSITY...
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  • Strategy Formulation
    STRATEGY FORMULATION THE ECONOMICS OF LOW COST AIRLINES – THE KEY INDIAN PLAYERS AND STRATEGIES ADOPTED FOR SUSTENANCE. SUBMITTED BY: Section B, Group 6 Kunal Jain (089) Maanick Nangia (090) Manish Bengani (091) Mehak Monga (093) Nimisha Goel (094) ACKNOWLEDGEMENT We...
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  • How Kingfisher Can Come Out of Current Adverse Situation?
    SYNOPSIS ON “How kingfisher can manage yield to come out of current adverse situation?” Synopsis submitted to College of Management and Economic Studies for the partial fulfillment of the degree of MBA (AVIATION MANAGEMENT) ...
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  • Merger and Acquisation
    financial losses incurred by the scheduled carriers during this period led to a long-overdue restructuring among the full service carriers (FSCs). Many airlines embarked upon severe cost-cutting and fleet-rationalisation programmes as they struggled to remain afloat. The conditions for FSCs were further worsened ...
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  • Nutritional Labeling
    1. Introduction 1.1 Airline Industry An airline provides air transport services for traveling passengers .Airlines lease or own their aircraft with which to supply these services and may form partnerships or alliances with other airlines for mutual benefit. Generally, airline companies are recognized...
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  • Indian Aviation Industry
    for 50%. Passenger and cargo traffic has growth at an average of about 9% over the last 10 years. Passenger Growth: Passengers carried by domestic airlines during Jan-July 2012 (half yearly) were 354.52 lakhs as against 348.47 lakhs during the corresponding period of previous year thereby registering...
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  • Benchmarking Hr Practices (Focused on Gender Diversity)
    Difference between benchmarking and best practices Benchmarking HR Practices at IndiGo--------------------------------------------------------------- 13 * Setting of objective * Collection of data * Practices at IndiGo * Some of the best practices across industries Conclusion-----------...
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  • Aviation - Civil Aviation Industry in India
    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. Air transportation in India is under the purview of the Department...
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  • Reatil in India
    The domestic sector of Indian civil aviation is also witnessing a boom. The market is dominated by six players: Air India, Jet Airways, Kingfisher, Spice Jet, Indigo and Go Air. Service quality is one of the most important determinants which affect the competitiveness in the aviation industry. In spite...
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  • Airlines
    be seen in the airline industry. While Kingfisher airlines cannot be relegated to the dustheap of airline history as yet, its abysmal performancejkbbm m,nmnm m, m, m m n 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...
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  • Kf Strategy
    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 forces in Aviation...
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  • Case Analysis of Airline Industry in India
    Air Services. Tata Airlines started with an air mail service in the year 1912.It was renamed as Air India in 1946. There were few players at the time of independence including Tata Airlines, Indian National Airways, Deccan Airways .In 1953 ,the government nationalized the airlines via the Air Corporations...
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  • Comp
    Transport Sector -analysis of the nature and degree of competition in the passenger segment of the domestic air transport sector. -provides recommendations to CCI for appropriate action to foster a more competitive environment Methodology •Primary data analysis, secondary data analysis, analysis of information...
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  • Indian Airline Sector Analysis
    INDIAN AIRLINE SECTOR ANALYSIS Ever since the aviation sector opened up the skies to private carriers, air passenger travel in India has been expanding at about 25% a year. The Airline industry has experienced a drastic increase in number of passengers, driven by privatization of aviation industry...
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  • Indigo
     IndiGo Airlines  – A Case study in International Business Strategy The right thing to do is also the smart thing to do The success of Indigo is a mix of a clear brand promise of "on time" and supported with slick branding and signage, smart technology support and a passionate and young work...
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  • Low Cost Airlines Strategy
    | Airlines Low Cost Industry | | | | | | Situation It’s a chilly winter evening in Bangalore and Vijay Mallya looks out of the window with a Kingfisher Beer pint in his hand. He looks out at the...
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  • Portfolio Management
    and major segments that fall under this category include accommodation and catering (hotels, restaurants), transportation (cruise, railway, rentals, airline companies), travel agencies and tour operators. The tourism and hospitality sector together contributed US $32.7bn in 2011, and registered a CAGR...
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