Ppt on indian airline industry

AIRLINE CHALLENGES CURRENT STRATEGIES AIRLINE CHALLENGES CURRENT STRATEGIES A personal perspective by Pierre J. Jeanniot Opening session.

ASIA PACIFIC INDIA World’s largest democracy hard to do business ! new airlines, many LCCs Changing Aviation Policies fuel costs Indian rupee depreciation all LCCs losing money – except Indigo lacked liquidity major losses heavily/ emerging middle class strong services aviation would play an important role ! Africa could industrialize North America Europe Asia Pacific Latin America Africa Gulf Airlines SHAPING FORCES New airplanes and engines Narrow bodiesNarrow bodies Less fuel burn – lower operating/


Indian Economy – Opportunities Unlimited. Fastest Growing Free Market Democracy.

to develop novel products at fast pace Investment Opportunities in Indian Aviation Industry Activities in the Indian Aviation Industry CarrierProposed Requirement Air India50 Aircrafts Indian Airlines43 Aircrafts Jet Airways30 Aircrafts Air Deccan60 Aircrafts Kingfisher48 Aircrafts /years to establish technology centre in India.  Indian carriers have placed orders for approximately 480 aircrafts to be delivered by 2012. State operated carriers – Indian airlines and Air India have placed orders worth USD 8/


Visitor Industry Product Development Workshop Camille Ferguson Sitka Tribe of Alaska’s Economic Development Director.

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1 OVERVIEW ON INDIAN PLASTIC INDUSTRY NOVEMBER 2008.

.vsnl.net.in www.cipetindia.com PLASTINDIA – FOUNDER MEMBERS 6 PLASTINDIA - CHARTER Facilitating export led growth of the Indian plastic industry. Help doubling plastics processing capacity & consumption by 2012. Make India the third largest consumer of polymers in the world/ Airports India has 126 airports in total. Facilities at most of the airports are being upgraded Over 10 domestic airlines flew 59.3 million passengers in 2004-05. 30 LOW COST OF LIVING Adequate and affordable public transportation. Well/


INDIAN INSURANCE INDUSTRY 2001-02 D. SENGUPTA CHAIRMAN GENERAL INSURANCE CORPORATION OF INDIA.

super tankers, Oil cargo shipments and Aviation-airline fleet risks. Largest valued fire risk is an oil refinery with a PML of Rs. 23000 Million (Approx. US$ 490 Million). Insurance Industry Life insurance business was transacted by the /hold a maximum of 26% of the share capital. GIC appointed as the “Indian Reinsurer” with exclusively reinsurance function and corollary functions. Insurance Industry The Industry today Today in addition to the four existing public- sector general insurance companies, six/


INDIA’S HOTEL INDUSTRY Presented by MEDIA INDIA Indias hotel industry is experiencing an unprecedented boom, driven by increasing numbers of business.

airlines, shipping lines, etc) The tourism sector is expected to perform very well in futureand the industry offers an interesting investment opportunity for long- term investors. Most of the five-star hotels are seeing more than 80 % occupancy and some of the lesser- known five-star hotels are overbooked. Incredible India The Ministry of Tourism is pushing the great Indian/Hilt and Mandarin Oriental are planning to enter the Indian hospitality industry in joint ventures with domestic hotel majors. Unitech, /


Tourism in India A service sector growth industry.

over the next five years Air India will be adding 68 aircraft to its present fleet, Indian Airlines 43 and private airlines around 275 By 2010, Indian airports will be handling between 90 and 100 million passengers (59 million domestic & 35 million/ special emphasis on infrastructure development in various rural destinations in India. Medical tourism - the Indian Healthcare Delivery market is estimated at US$ 18.7 billion. The industry is growing at about 13 per cent annually. Luxury tourism – e.g. Palace on/


ARAMEX Total Total Transportation Solutions in serving businesses in the Middle East & Indian Sub Continent Serving the transportation needs of over.

in the Middle East & Indian Sub Continent Serving the transportation / London to New York overnight DHL is called (15h00) Courier dispatched to collect consignment (16h30) Scheduled Airline (18h30) Arrives at JFK (and checked through customs) (21h30/6h00) Shipment sorted at DHL’s / –People –Physical evidence presentation –Process Figure 15.3: Three Types of Marketing in Service Industries Marketing Strategies for Service Firms Service Companies face three tasks: –Competitive differentiation –Service quality /


VUS 8.a & b, Western Settlement, Immigration, and Industrialization Mrs. Saunders.

myths of the old West, even as the frontiers and the "wild Indians" that they supposedly recreated were rapidly disappearing under the pressures of settlement./change in the United States. Inventions and Innovations Technological change spurred growth of industry primarily in the northern cities. Both inventions and innovations caused this technological / covered 120 feet (less than the 196-foot wingspan of todays Boeing 747 airliner). Later that day, Wilbur Wright managed to stay aloft for 59 seconds, /


1 1 TITAN INDUSTRIES LIMITED 12 February 2008 ‘Delivering value by creating desirable brands’

group has achieved many Firsts for India: First private sector Steel mill First private sector Power utility First luxury hotel (Taj) First Airline (now Air India) The World’s least expensive car (Tata Nano) India’s largest software company (TCS) India’s largest watch/ of global challengers Market Cap ($million) ACC 4,590.91 Siemens India 4,320.96 Indian Hotels Co. 2,044.46 Lakshmi Machine Works 1,004.50 Titan Industries 861.56 Marico 742.54 Hotel Leela Venture 530.02 Jain Irrigation Systems 505.19 Source/


Newly Industrializing Countries (NICs) Improving records of political stability and legitimacy Improving records of political stability and legitimacy.

size of Texas3 X the size of Texas Population: 108 million 60% Mestizo 30% Indian 9% Caucasian 60% Mestizo 30% Indian 9% Caucasian 89% nominally Roman Catholic 89% nominally Roman Catholic Life Expectancy: 72./of industries (oil, railroads, banks, airlines) Government ownership of industries (oil, railroads, banks, airlines) Government subsidies to key industries (subsidized workers with housing, food, healthcare to keep labor costs down for domestic industries) Government subsidies to key industries (/


Norhayati Mohd Salleh ADS 465 1 TOPIC 2 EVOLVEMENT OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS UPON COMPLETING THIS TOPIC, STUDENTS SHOULD BE ABLE TO: Discuss the origins.

themselves into triad societies, secret societies etc Norhayati Mohd Salleh ADM 465 4 Malaysian industrial relations … cont’d Chinese and Indian workers (indentured) were influenced by political development in their home country E.g. / in the Malaysian industrial relations e.g. the Airlines Employee Union and the Malaysian airlines System (MAS) and the International Transport Workers Federation intervened the dispute in 1979. Please read … Maimunah Aminuddin (2007), Malaysian Industrial Relations Law and/


AN INDIAN LOGISTICS SERVICE PROVIDER WITH GLOBAL OPERATIONS.

GANDHIDHAM PRESENCE IN INDIAN AIRPORTS PRESENCE IN INDIAN SEA PORTS Mundra Pipavav/ BUSINESSES  ESTABLISHED EXCELLENT RAPPORT WITH AIRLINES, SHIPPING LINES, FEEDER OPERATORS, AIR & SEA PORT AUTHORITIES & CUSTOMS  CONTRACT RATES WITH SHIPPING LINES & AIRLINES  STRONG WORLDWIDE AGENCY NETWORK PRIME /PARTS  TELECOM EQUIPMENTS  TEXTILE MACHINERY  TRANSFORMERS  GARMENTS  FASHION ACCESSORIES  INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY  FOOD PRODUCTS  COTTON YARN  FABRICS. RECENT PROJECTS HARVESTERS HARVESTING MACHINES FROM/


Components & Strategic Electronics Industry

Aircraft configuration management Line maintenance Warehouse logistics Payload tracking Life-limited parts monitoring Future interest for RFID in Aerospace industry from airlines Airframe manufacturers Suppliers & Maintenance, Repair & Overhaul units in Asia India South America 5-Nov-12 Source : http://www.tegoinc.com Global & Indian Players Alien Technology Confidex Impinj Inc. Intermec Inc. Invengo Metalcraft Motorola Omni-ID SMARTRAC TEGO WaveTrend Zebra Technologies Corporation/


India Telecom Overview by Niraj K. Gupta for Indian School of Business December 2004 Data used here is only approximate and indicative. This presentation.

Internet chat Mobile banking Fax and data services Web directory access through SMS Information services such as news, stock quotes, airline and train schedules, cricket scores and horoscopes Games 21 © copyright 2004: Niraj K Gupta. All rights reserved. Presentation /), followed by Karnataka with 63 and Tamil Nadu with 53.  INDIA NEEDS $70 BN FOR TELECOM GROWTH’ The Indian telecom industry will require about $70 billion in the next couple of years to achieve new target of 250 million subscribers by 2007/


SEVEN H GROUP CORPORATE PRESENTATION 22.09.2009. About Vision The Mission Statement Our Global Presence The Indian Network The Solutions The Structure.

bodies of water in the world: The Arctic Ocean, the Atlantic Ocean, the Indian Ocean, the Pacific Ocean, the Mediterranean Sea, the Caribbean Sea, and the Gulf/group is focussed on providing the right equipments for the logistics and construction industry Vast experience in the field of container handling, material handling and construction /the seven seas This division is based out of Mumbai Mainly involved in airline ticketing, hotel reservations and car rentals Caters to the travel requirements of/


1 Department of Industrial Policy & Promotion Ministry of Commerce & Industry Government of India Investing in India.

Exports crossed US$100 billion mark in 2005-06 4 Indian Economy – FDI Inflows FDI inflows grew by 72% in 2005-06 70% of FDI going into manufacturing industry 5 Economic Reforms: FDI Policy Most sectors including manufacturing activities/Development Project Greenfield Airports 8 Main Sectors with FDI Equity/Route Limit FDI equity limit- Automatic route Insurance – 26% Domestic airlines – 49% Telecom services- Foreign equity 74% Private sector banks- 74% Mining of diamonds and precious stones- 74% Exploration/


Indian Generic Drug Industry in the Post- WTO World Srividhya Ragavan University of Oklahoma Law Center.

of intellectual property – both what we can protect and invalidate An element that has been lacking in the Indian mindset 2. Industry has to drive the changes in law Intellectual Property Consciousness Creation & Protection is a two step process We have/ system determines when the request can be accommodated and notifies the passenger when a restroom becomes available. The system improves airline safety by minimizing the time passengers spent standing while an airplane is in flight. What is claimed is: 1. A/


The law and Indian medicines in the USA Professor Amir Attaran Canada Research Chair Institute of Population Health and Faculty of Law.

bother for drug exporters. The SOPs specify: –There are no surprise inspections –Industry self-assessment is the norm This is the inspection scheme with which FDA has/ way, is Congress making Americans over-dependent on Indian drugs of uncertain quality, while killing drug manufacturing jobs here? The/aviation. FAAs cares less about inspecting foreign airlines, than demanding equality from foreign governments aviation regulators. Foreign airlines only into American airspace if their home country/


Board / Staff Structure Board 11 toursim industry representatives, 2 govt. Lodging and Hospitality: Michelle Thom – Marketing Committee Special Lodging:

nps.gov/grsa/index.htmhttp://www.nps.gov/grsa/index.htm Indian Land Ute Mountain Tribal Park, http://www.mesaverdecountry.com/tourism//million visitors, who spent $17.3 billion (a state record) State tourism industry generated $976 million in local and state tax revenue About half of all/: $550,000 of incremental destination marketing investment 100% directly into advertising, $300,000 dedicated to airline marketing support 2015 Lodgers Tax Budget: $927,000 Personnel and related expenses: $420,500 ( 45/


Corporate objectives of market analysis Demand forecasting methods Step by step approach to market analysis STP CASE STUDY: Success Story of Indian Retail.

launching luxury cars in India Competitive intelligence Competitive market intelligence to maintain number one position amongst TV channels for entertainment Cost reductionDesired cost reduction measures for survival in Indian aviation industry like Jet, King Fisher, Indian Airlines, Spice JET, Go air, Indigo, etc Bench marking Product /customer service ICICI Bank V/S Standard Chartered Customer feed backService quality offered by LG to its customers/


SKILL DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVE

. Hindustan Unilever Ltd. ICICI Bank Ltd. India Mart Inter Mesh Ltd. Indian Aluminium Co.Ltd. ( Hindalco Industries) Industrial Development Bank of India Infrastructure Development Finance Co.Ltd. Infrastructure Leasing & Finance Ltd. I-Nova Solutions Ltd. Intel Technology India Pvt.Ltd. IRB Infrastructure Developers Ltd. ITC Ltd. J.K Paper Ltd. Jagson Airlines Ltd. Jain Irrigation Systems Ltd. Jayant Agro Organics Ltd. Jet Airways Jindal/


ABC India! …Outsourcing to India! Siddhant Bhansali

CEO of Tata Consultancy Services, said in a statement: "Today the Indian IT and BPO industry is estimated to be $22 billion. The industry is in a strong position to leverage the global software opportunity and establish/ Shell, St. Paul Travelers, Sun Microsystems, Sunterra - Timeshare company, Target, Tenet Healthcare, US Bank, US Government, United Airlines Reservations Call Center, United Health Group, Veritas Software, Wachovia, Walmart Connect Internet, Washington Mutual, Western Digital Corp, White & /


INVESTIGATION OF THE CRUISE LINER INDUSTRY DRAFT STUDY RESULTS | 7.16.08 MITCHELL DUPLESSIS PROJECTS (PTY) LTD | LANDDESIGN.

A L Y E A R R O U N D CURRENT GLOBAL INDUSTRY CHALLENGES  Dollar weakness  Fuel costs –Cruise lines operations –Impact to key destination delivery components – airlines, shore excursions, ground transportation  Security and terrorism  Inability to raise/MDA / LDI, 2008; Notes: *Assumes Southern Africa welcomes one third of Indian Ocean capacity and one-fifth of world capacity. VESSELS OPERATING IN THE REGION, 2008/09 SOURCES: INDUSTRY WEBSITES, 2008, WWW.CRUISECOMMUNITY.COM, 2008, MDA / LDI 2008 VESSELS /


Transport Services in South Africa

about travel times within the borders of South Africa. In the travel industry, the 24-hour clock is now used world-wide, particularly with regard to timetables of coaches, trains and airlines. Narrow-body aircraft: The Boeing 737 800 has only one aisle Wide/ best and busiest ports and harbours. As one of the world’s few countries that enjoy access to two oceans (the Indian and Atlantic) - South African harbours are generally a beehive of activity. Richards Bay Richards Bay is SAs premier bulk port /


PUBLIC RELATIONS FOR CRISIS COMMUNICATIONS KARA JEWELL Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370.

Reveled last message was “All right, good night.” March 20: Australia finds two objects in Indian Ocean March 24: Malaysia Airlines sends texts to families April 1: Final words from cockpit-Good night Malaysian three seven zero‘ / videos Acknowledge what you are doing Consider culture Admit wrongdoings Enhance the way they are restructuring airline safety Impact of the crisis Society  Mystery Industry  New protocols for Black Box technology  Safety & security  Crisis Communications Plans Public /


About Us Oriental Clearing Agencies was established over 25 years ago

in groupage, consolidation of containers from all the major Indian Ports . Also specializes in imports of fashion goods. Specializes/ clients the best service possible, our air cargo staffs maintain close relationship with all airlines operating in India. We are proud to offer excellent Air Freight Forwarding services at / time Will streamline the GOH operations Product initiated by seeking views from the industry Penciled down to efficient handling of the commodity BENEFITS Reduction in inventory control /


MANAGEMENT POLICY AND STRATEGY SESSION - IV

Capability Analysis Prof. Sushil Department of Management Studies Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi INDIA Email: sushil@/is difficult for competitors to understand how a firm has created its advantage Example: Southwest Airlines’ approach Same plane, routes, gate procedures, number of attendants Culture of fun, family/activities that differentiate the firm Examine value chain based on firm’s mission, unique industry characteristics, and firm’s relative position in a broader value chain system Compare firm/


Hotel Sector By: Harshita Jagwani. Industry Overview Hotel industry has seen huge growth. Strong GDP Growth combined with FDI inflows Increase in business.

bottomline. Future Outlook…cont’d Occupancy levels have reduced Y-O-Y across the industry: -2.18 -1.30 Future Outlook… Negatives Outweighs the positives PositivesNegatives Tourism / have good brand visibility. Apart from that they also have tie ups with airlines & various International consultantsRecession in US Slowdown in IT / ITeS sector, markets /have to rework on there business model. We recommend BUY for Indian Hotels & Hotel Leela venture Indian Hotels-BUY Enjoys strong brand Equity “TAJ” Has a PAN /


CABIN CREW HUMAN FACTORS TRAINING IN MALAYSIA AIRLINES

from B737 to B747 IOSA registered airline Awards World Best Cabin Staff 2007 Skytrax UK, 5 Star airline MALAYSIA AIRLINES CABIN CREW DEMOGRAPHIC Total cabin crew strength - 4171 Malaysian Crew - 4005 Foreign Crew – 166 Japanese, Indian, Chinese, Korean, South African and/Guideline from Human Factors Digest No 15 and Human Factors Training Manual DOC 9683 . Recent development in MAS/industry Cabin event Cabin crew error Passenger events SOURCE OF CRM MODULES Safety issues worldwide Top 10 reported cabin /


1 1 TITAN INDUSTRIES LIMITED 22 MAY 2008 ‘Delivering value by creating desirable brands’

group has achieved many Firsts for India: First private sector Steel mill First private sector Power utility First luxury hotel (Taj) First Airline (now Air India) The World’s least expensive car (Tata Nano) India’s largest software company (TCS) India’s largest watch/ in 2007-08 has been sustained. 16 I Watch Business 17 The Watch Market & Industry in India India is an under-penetrated market for watches – only 27 % of Indians own a watch Total estimated market as of 2007 Volume ~ 42 mn units & Value/


Chapter 5 Hotel / Hospitality Marketing. Overview Introduction to Industry Marketing Mix (8 P’s) 1.Product (Product levels & Service Flower) 2.Price 3.Place.

Productivity & Quality (Service Quality Dimensions/RATER Analysis) What are the determinants of quality in the hotel industry? [Univ Q – Nov 05(10 marks)] ReliabilityAssuranceTangibilityEmpathyResponsiveness Physical Evidence Ability to perform promised service; accurately /the foreign tourist arrival rates. SWOT Analysis Opportunities: – Rising income of Indians which is expected to enhance leisure tourism. – Increased airline activity has stimulated demand and has helped improve the infrastructure. It has/


Pollution Control Strategies – A Chemists Perspective National centre for catalysis Research Indian Institute of Technology Madras Chennai 600 036 April.

2009 National centre for catalysis Research Indian Institute of Technology Madras Chennai 600/Surface and Ground water Pathogenic (Bacteriological) Pollution Salinity Toxicity (micro-pollutants and other industrial pollutants) Surface Water Eutrophication Oxygen depletion Ecological health Ground Water Fluoride Nitrate Arsenic Iron / study: Indonesia 1997 Fires rages out of control (49,000 acres) 20 million treated Airliner crashed in Sumatra Air Quality Index = 800 (4 packs a day) Treatment Settling chambers/


"Global Value Chains, Industrial Upgrading and Jobs in Large Emerging Economies: A Comparison of China, India, and Mexico" Gary Gereffi Duke University.

Value Chains Global perspective – not just US-centric Organization of entire industries: raw materials to production to retail Linkages across firms and countries –/, Dec. 24, 2004. 24 What kinds of work are Chinese, Indian, and American engineers actually doing? Answer: Not just product adaptation, but/, high value, bulk manufacturing, advanced intermediate manufacturing Aerospace In-flight entertainment, airline seat design, collision control systems, navigation control systems, fuel inverting controls,/


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A Passenger Revenue Management System (RMS) for a National Railway in an Emerging Asian Economy (NREAE) Goutam Dutta 1 Priyanko Ghosh 1 1 Indian Institute.

passenger segment is facing challenges from low fare airlines which promise customer satisfaction and less travel time The freight sector is facing challenges from trucks and other road carriers Industries where Revenue Management applies Perishable Services (Products)/ and concrete algorithms Bharill et al. (2008) apply revenue management principles on one of the trains of Indian Railways. They suggest a differential pricing strategy on the basis of passenger demand estimates to increase railway revenue /


The Future of the Global Pharmaceutical Industry: The Quest for Value Ian Morrison www.ianmorrison.com.

and software companies were not measured separately ** Because airlines were not included in 1997, the trend for airlines is from 1998 - 2002 Page 6 Health Care Tops List of Industries Public Wants to See More Regulated Should Be More /want VA prices, governments like Canada want Indian prices n Many countries simply ignore patent and intellectual property claims Page 36 Long Division:Industry Response The Pollyanna Alternative n The Pharmaceutical industry commits to making necessary drugs available to/


China Plastics Industry Conference Ningbo, China May.30 th -May.31 st 2012 Soumen Bhattacharya Country Head China Vinmar International Ltd. Integrating.

(as a substitute for metals) 3Biotechnology Potential push effect for catalysts, industrial cleaning technologies, bio- feedstock 4New materials Rare earth chemistry and high-end/ (MT)MoSPI540.616%1380 Cement (MT)MoSPI193.513%509 Airline PassengersDGCA43.228%452 Mobile subscribers (Additions)TRAI16024%5000 Polymers Industry810/efficiency through common facilities Petroleum, Chemicals and Petrochemicals Investment Region (PCPIR) Indian verbund Eastern India can get in the forefront of attracting FDI Vinmar /


April 14, 2010 New Delhi Doing Business with India Policy Framework & Opportunities Department of Industrial Policy & Promotion Ministry of Commerce and.

Construction Development Project Greenfield Airports Main Sectors with FDI Equity/ Route Limit FDI equity limit-Automatic route Insurance – 26% Domestic airlines – 49% Telecom services- Foreign equity 74% Private sector banks- 74% FDI requiring prior approval Defence production – 26%/ to emerge as small car manufacturing hub World’s largest two wheeler manufacturer is in India Indian auto component industry is well established and supplied to major OEMs in Europe & USA Investment Opportunities – Food /


1 Office of Travel & Tourism Industries, International Trade Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce Malaysia.

northeast. Malaysia Travel & Tourism Industry 3 Office of Travel & Tourism Industries, International Trade Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce With the population of 29 million, which consists of Malays (57%), Chinese (30%), Indians (8%) and indigenous people/.  Malaysian Airlines (MAS) flies to most states in the US. Delta flies their own planes to Malaysia while United, American Airlines and U.S. Airways operates via codeshare. 10 Office of Travel & Tourism Industries, International Trade /


Department of Management Studies Indian Institute of Science

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What’s common to these firms? The largest airline in the United States by number of passengers carried domestically per year. “To Provide the Best Customer.

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IBM Industry Solutions Strategy Creating client value through industry solutions based on SOA Fiona McMaster VP Industry Solutions, IBM Software Group,

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11/23/20161 CAREERS IN LANGUAGES JOB OPPORTUNITIES IN TRANSLATION Ravi Kumar Managing Director - Modlingua Group President - Indian Translators Association.

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1.1Sectors of the Foodservice Industry 1.2Food and Beverage Service Operations 1.3Types of Foodservice Operations BHM 1203: INTRODUCTION TO FOOD & BEVERAGE.

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