Rise And Fall Of Kingfisher Airlines Essays and Term Papers

  • Collapse of Kingfisher Airlines

    Collapse of Kingfisher Airlines Kingfisher , Sony and Kodak have one thing in common . i.e. They are finding it difficult to reinvent themselves. They are trying hard to be a phoenix but will they truly rise from the ashes or simply fade away is the real question. Let us take the issue of Kingfisher...

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  • Business

    chairman of United Breweries group and Kingfisher Airlines, Vijay Mallya, said with characteristic flourish: "We have given the full service carriers a run for their money. Now, we will give the low cost carriers a run for theirs." Though he did not refer to any one airline, it was clear his statement was...

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  • National Insurance Company Limited

    insurer National Insurance Company released its financials for the financial year 2010-2011. Despite a 32% rise in premium earnings, the insurer has witnessed a 67% fall in its net profits and 73% fall in its operating profits in FY 2010-11.  The dip in the insurer’s net profits was mainly attributed...

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  • Differences between Richard Branson and Vijay Mallya

    the Virgin Group, a conglomerate of over 400 companies that includes airlines, mobile phones, music records, etc. Vijay Mallya is the Chairman of United Breweries Group, which owns many Indian liquor brands, a currently-defunct airline and a Formula 1 racing team, among other businesses. The two industrialists...

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  • Spicejet Airlines - Industry Overview

    SPICE JET AIRWAYS ECONOMICS PROJECT ON SPICE JET 1 SPICE JET AIRWAYS SPICEJET AIRLINES INDUSTRY OVERVIEW At a time when most developed economies shrunk, a 4.7% growth during the first quarter of 2009-10, puts India among the top-most growing nations. In spite of the global recessionary...

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  • Kingfisher Airlines

     RESEARCH QUESTION Will kingfisher airlines be able to recover from the present debt crisis using the current financial strategies? CONTENTS CONTENT’S PAGE………………………………………… 1 BACKGROUND……………………………………………. 2 INTRODUCTION ………………………………………….. 2 ...

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  • Kingfisher Airlines Study

    CEO role The breweries business of Kingfisher has been doing excellent over the years now. UB group should continue focussing on the existing brewery business and try to make it more profitable. The Kingfisher Airlines with its existing debt of close to Rs. 7,000 crores facing the acute problem of...

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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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  • Air India

    Table of Contents: 1) Executive Summary…………………………………………………………………………………………….2 2) Introduction & Rise of the aviation industry in India…………………………………………...3 3) INtorduction of Air India and its International Presence……………………………………….….4 4) Code share agreements of Air India ………………………………………………………………...

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  • Kingfisher Project

    A Report on KINGFISHER AIRLINES CRISIS Submitted to: submitted by: Ms. Roopa Rao group 12(Delight) Raja Utwani Jayesh Arora Jil Shah Suyash Dwivedi Jigar Jain Kingfisher airlines: Kingfisher Airlines was established in 2003. It is owned...

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  • Some Random Bits of Info on Kingfisher

    passengers" Welcome aboard Kingfisher Airlines, where you are made to feel like an honoured guest and not just a passenger. At Kingfisher, a flight is not a journey between two airports but an experience of a lifetime. As our esteemed guest you can experience Kingfisher Airlines in three unique classes...

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  • A Case About Indigo Airlines

    UP, UP AND AWAY AIR OF CONFIDENCE How Indigo went from being a small airline to a spunky player which took on aviation biggies to grab third spot in the market Tushar Srivastava A decade ago, they were just another bunch of travel agents in a sea of similar Commission brokers. But Kabul Bhatia apparently...

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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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  • Kingfisher Airlines

    KFA was an airline for people with a taste for luxury. While its astronomical fares pushed it out of the bounds of the country's biggest consumer section - the middle class - the airline's in-flight service standards were set too high to maintain for a long time . Fliers were treated to expensive...

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  • Introduction to Aviation Crisis

    Aviation crisis * The Kingfisher Airlines financial crisis refers to a series of events that led to severe disruptions within Kingfisher Airlines. Ever since the airline commenced operations in 2005, it has been reporting losses. After acquiring Air Deccan, Kingfisher suffered a loss of over 1,000 crore (US$189...

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  • Kingfisher Airlines

    PROJECT REPORT ON “KINGFISHER AIRLINES” [pic] Submitted in Partial Fulfillment for the Award of the Degree of Bachelor...

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  • Marketing of Kingfisher

    paperless environment. The airline called its aircraft 'Kingfisher Funliners' to represent the fun-filled experience it wished to provide to its customers. All the aircraft had in-flight entertainment systems and well designed interiors. There was only one class, i.e., the Kingfisher Class, rather than the...

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  • Dytryry

    NEW DELHI, JAN. 9 2012:   Kingfisher Airlines has submitted a time-bound recovery plan to the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA). This plan is in response to the findings of Financial Surveillance Test conducted by regulator last month. A Kingfisher spokesperson confirmed submission but refused...

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  • Portfolio Management

    the country’s GDP. The sector encompasses travel and tourism 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...

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  • How Ipo Prices Are Fixed

    the same industry started to give a tough fight to the Railways in terms of attracting the passengers on-board. With the advent of the Low-Cost airlines such as Go Air, Spice Jet, Indigo etc. which were able to cater the needs of the middle class a significant growth in number of passengers was seen...

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