• 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...
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  • Business
    airline - with India and its gigantic market - has to necessarily coincide with the fall of another. "While things may look rosy for Kingfisher right now, Jet has been through and survived worse," says a former Jet Airways board member, his point being that Mallya should not underestimate...
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  • Differences between Richard Branson and Vijay Mallya
    run. Vijay Mallya also likes to be the market leader in every venture he undertakes, from his liquor business, which currently has 50% of the Indian market, to Kingfisher Airlines, which when operational was the biggest Indian carrier. Richard Branson prefers to constantly be in a “Challenger...
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  • National Insurance Company Limited
    % decline. The scrip had also underperformed the market in past one quarter, tumbling 24.26% as against 0.26% rise in the Sensex. The mid-cap private air carrier has an equity capital of Rs 497.78 crore. Face value per share is Rs 10. The Kingfisher Airlines stock rose 2.34% to Rs 21.85 on Tuesday...
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  • Kingfisher Airlines
    case for kingfisher airlines as there crisis has been increasing and increasing as there are no sources for revenue that can be used to pay out even a part of the debt. If the company’s current ratio falls below 1, it implies that the company has a negative working capital, it is then required...
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  • Air India
    also the rise and fall of the Flagship carrier. After a critical analysis of the first airline, we will also discuss about its competitor the Kingfisher Airlines, its overview and how both the airlines fell into a severe financial distress and also their financial statements which led to the financial...
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  • Kingfisher Project
    PERFORMANCE OF KINGFISHER IN RECENT YEARS Latest data from the Indian DGCA (Directorate General of Civil Aviation) for March reveals that Kingfisher Airlines has seen its share of the Indian domestic air travel market fall from almost 19% as recently as last August, to under 7% in March. This now makes it...
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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...
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  • Some Random Bits of Info on Kingfisher
    "Welcome to a world without 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...
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  • Dytryry
    Deccan, an airline formed by Captain G R Gopinath in 2003. I believe the fall of Kingfisher airlines started the very day when they bought Air Deccan. Capt. Gopinath , the owner of Air Deccan can be termed as shrewd but smart investor who knew when to part with his investment , just at the right time...
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  • Spicejet Airlines - Industry Overview
    infrastructure, lack of easy capital availability and stringent regulations make it extremely difficult for new players to enter the segment. This leads to lack of number of sellers in the market thereby less supply. FALL IN DEMAND AND RISES OF SUBSTITUTE SERVICE When airlines started increasing...
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  • Low Cost Airlines Strategy
    Deccan and its subsequent sale to Kingfisher and the emergence of the first air freight carrier Deccan 360 shows an interesting shift in the airlines business and the factors that led to it. Hence we decided to study the rise of Low cost aviation and its current trend and its future with respect to...
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  • A Case About Indigo Airlines
    cautious. "How long can you sustain operations at such high rates is the question. Another crisis in the financial market or a rise in oil prices and the whole thing will fall flat. It will be very difficult for the airline to sustain this kind of growth it has seen in the last few years. The Indian...
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  • Introduction to Aviation Crisis
     Kingfisher would fly into sunset.  * Kingfisher Airlines definitely needs to raise fresh capital as well. Banks did give Kingfisher one last chance last year by infusing capital which was on request converted into shares but due to landslide fall in share price of Kingfisher Airlines, the...
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  • Kingfisher Airlines
    could take to the skies in the months and years to come, as wallet friendly new players like Kingfisher airlines spruced up plans to enter the aviation segment. • According to CAPA (Centre for Asia-Pacific aviation) forecasts, the total air traffic will rise by 5 million actual passengers each year...
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  • Kingfisher Declination
    company and how will the company pay off its debt which is upto such a large extend will it be able to pay it off ? in the later stage what does the latest reports say about this company will the clipped wings of kingfisher airlines rise again in future . will the parent group also fall the( UB...
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  • Kingfisher Airlines
    expensive wine, quality food and best entertainment facilities even on domestic, short distance flights. The airline staff, till the time they got their salaries, were among the best paid in the country. Reasons for down fall... 1.No network planning- "A me too approach" kingfisher...
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  • Marketing of Kingfisher
    The 'Funliner' Experience KFA modeled its strategy on the strategies of JetBlue Airways , in providing value added air travel services at economical prices. KFA purchased brand new A320 aircraft powered; the cockpit was a paperless environment. The airline called its aircraft 'Kingfisher...
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  • Portfolio Management
    1. INTRODUCTION Indian hospitality sector contributes 8-9 percent of 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...
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  • Crm in Airtel
    product features are not shared by its competitors. Kingfisher Airlines has been termed as the “first full frills – true value carrier”. The airline has a well defined target audience which is the Sec A and Sec B+ of the Indian economy which falls under the age group of 25 – 45 years with high...
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