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Sunday, November 30, 2014

Indian Aviation Industry Issues Anbd Challenges



Indian Aviation Industry Issues Anbd Challenges



One of the fastest growing aviation industries in the world is Indian Aviation Industry. With the liberalization of the Indian aviation sector, a rapid revolution has undergone in Indian aviation industry. Primarily it was a government-owned industry, but now it is dominated by privately owned full service airlines and low cost carriers. Around 75% share of the domestic aviation MARKET is shared by private airlines. Earlier only few people could afford air travel, but now it can be afforded by a large number of people as it has become much cheaper because of stiff competition.

A wide range of services related to air transport such as passenger and cargo airlines, unscheduled service operators private Jets and helicopters, Airport management, and support services like Maintenance, Repairs and Overhaul (MRO), ground handling, in Flight catering, and training are being offered by Indian Aviation industry. Enormous benefit has reaped by the Aviation sector from the entry of private carriers, especially from those of the low fare ones.

Still the Aviation Sector contributes a small part of the travel and transportation services sector in India. In the year 2006-07 about 96 million passengers were travelled by airlines annually, while nearly 6 billion passengers carried by the railways. In 2006-07 the airlines suffered losses of around USD 500 million and the situation is expected to decline in 2007-08. The reasons of these losses were high cost of operations, intense competition, and unsustainably low fares.

Due to the increasing costs aviation industry is facing the difficulty. India's aviation sector stands up to the crisis and races against its fastest growing global competitors. Enhancement in affordability and connectivity add to the expected improvement in both passengers and cargo traffic. Large public and private INVESTMENTS which are supported by government initiatives in air travel infrastructure are expected to pour in. This paper will discuss about opportunities, issues & challenges faced by Aviation industry.



Indian Civil Aviation Industry was started in the year 1912; it was the year when the first Air Flight between Karachi and Delhi was started by the Indian State Air Services in association with the UK based Imperial Airways. JRD Tata founded the first Indian Airline Tata Airline in 1932.  Nine air Transport companies were carrying both air cargo and passengers at the time of independence namely Tata Airlines, Indian National Airways, Air service of India, Deccan Airways, Ambica Airways, Bharat Airways, Orient Airways and Mistry Airways. Orient Airways shifted to Pakistan after partition.

In early 1948, Government of India established a joint sector company, Air India International Ltd in association with Air India (earlier Tata Airline) with a capital of Rs 2 crore. According to Air Corporations Act, 1953 the Government nationalized nine airline companies.  Indian Airlines Corporation (IAC) was established to cater to domestic air travel passengers and Air India International (AI) for international air travel passengers. Existing airline companies were transferred its assets to these two corporations. According to this Act IAC and AI had a monopoly over the Indian skies. In 1994, Vayudoot, A third government-owned airline, which provided feeder services between smaller cities, was merged with IAC. Indian aviation industry was dominated by these government-owned airlines till the mid-1990s.

In the year 1990, open-sky policy was adopted by the government and it allowed air taxi- operators to decide their own flight schedules, cargo and passenger fares. The monopoly of IA and AI in the air transport services were ended by Indian Government, as a part of its open sky policies in the year 1994. Monopoly was ended by repealing the Air Corporations Act of 1953 and replacing it with the Air Corporations (Transfer of Undertaking and Repeal) Act, 1994. Now Private operators were permitted to provide air transport services.

By the year 1995, numerous private airlines had ventured into the aviation business and accounted for more than 10 percent of the domestic air traffic. These included Jet Airways Sahara, NEPC Airlines, East West Airlines, ModiLuft Airlines, Jagsons Airlines, Continental Aviation, and Damania Airways. But only Jet Airways and Sahara managed to survive the competition. By this time, Indian Airlines began to lose MARKETshare to Jet Airways and Sahara. Today, Indian aviation industry is dominated by private airlines such as Deccan Airlines, GoAir, SpiceJet etc; these include low cost carriers who have made air travel affordable. In India Airline industry is plagued with several problems. Reasons are high aviation turbine fuel (ATF) prices, increasing labor costs and lack of skilled labor, rapid fleet expansion, and strong price competition among the players. Infrastructure constraint is one of the major challenges facing by Indian aviation industry. If Indian aviation industry has to continue its success story Airport infrastructure needs to be upgraded. In this direction some steps have already been taken. The future prospects of Indian Aviation sector look bright.





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Saturday, November 29, 2014

Indore Airport Slips To 12th Spot In Customer Satisfaction Survey


Indore Airport Slips To 12th Spot In Customer Satisfaction Survey


 
The Indore Airport has slipped to 12th position in the latest customer satisfaction survey (July to December) conducted by an external agency on behalf of the Airports Authority of India (AAI).

The Airport was ranked at 9th position in the last survey conducted for January June 2014 period.

The Indore airport got 4.55 points out of a maximum of five to be ranked 12th. Raipur with a score of 4.75 is ranked first on a five point scale in 53 Airports. Bhopal, which was ranked 10th in the last survey, retains its spot while Indore, which was ahead of Bhopal, is now behind by two places.

When contacted, Indore Airport director Manoj Chansoria said, I am out of Indore and have not seen the survey results. Also, I have joined two months ago, so it will be difficult for me to comment. I can only say that I will take the Airport to a higher level than what it is at present.

Each Airport is assessed on 33 parameters including Ground Transportation to and from Airport, parking facilities, value for MONEY of parking facilities, besides availability of baggage carts and trolleys. The surveyors also took into account waiting time in check in queue, efficiency of check in staff, courtesy and helpfulness of check in-staff etc besides courtesy and helpfulness of inspection and security staff, thoroughness of security staff, and personal ID inspection among others.


Incidentally, this survey is intended for Airports that handle less than 15 lakh passengers per annum. There is a separate survey carried out to assess customer satisfaction survey for private Airports in the metros.

Indore Airport recently launched the aero bridge facility that allows the passengers to board the Aircraft directly from the terminal building. However, lack of proper repair facilities results in Frequent Flight delays whenever there is a technical snag in an Aircraft.

The Airport Authorities have written to the Airlines to improve the repair facility at Indore Airport.

According to several passangers thier is all facilitioes are avilable but services are weak.

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Friday, November 28, 2014

Aviation Stocks In Demand As Crude Slumps

Aviation Stocks In Demand As Crude Slumps



Firmness continued on the bourses with the barometer index, the S&P BSE Sensex, and the 50-unit CNX Nifty,both,hitting fresh record high in mid morning trade. The Sensex was currently up 319.55 points or 1.12% at 28,758.46. Overnight steep slide in global crude oil prices triggered fresh rally in benchmark indices today, 28 November 2014. The market breadth indicating the overall health of the market was strong. The BSE Mid-Cap index was up 1.35%, outperforming the Sensex.

Auto stocks edged higher on hopes PSU OMCs may cut petrol and diesel prices after the latest slump in crude oil prices. Airline stocks jumped after global crude oil prices tumbled yesterday, 27 November 2014. Shares of paint makers were in demand as crude oil prices fell, with Asian Paints hitting record high.

Brent crude traded near a four year low after OPEC decided to keep the cartel's production levels unchanged at a meeting in Vienna yesterday, 27 November 2014. Indian government's decision last month to decontrol diesel prices and a sharp decline in global crude oil prices over the past few months will help reduce the government's fuel subsidy burden and help contain its fiscal deficit. The steep slide in global crude oil prices will also help India in containing its current account deficit and fuel price inflation. India imports 80% of its crude oil requirement. However, a weakness in rupee against the dollar will restrict the benefit of falling global crude oil prices to that extent. A weak rupee raises the cost of imports.


  
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) yesterday, 27 November 2014, set Rs 100 crore as minimum paid-up equity capital requirement for setting up payments banks and small finance banks.

Foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) bought shares worth a net Rs 389.73 crore yesterday, 27 November 2014, as per provisional data.

In overseas markets, Japanese stocks led gains in Asian stocks after the latest data showed Japan's October retail sales rose 1.4% on year and industrial production beat forecasts with a month-on-month increase of 0.2

In the foreign exchange market, the rupee edged lower against the dollar.

At 11:17 IST, the S&P BSE Sensex was up 319.55 points or 1.12% at 28,758.46. The index jumped 327.13 points at the day's high of 28,766.04 in mid-morning trade, a record high for the index. The index rose 45.08 points at the day's low of 28,483.99 in early trade.

The CNX Nifty was up 101.60 points or 1.2% at 8,595.80. The index hit a high of 8,597.75 in intraday trade, a record high for the index. The index hit a low of 8,516.25 in intraday trade.

The market breadth indicating the overall health of the market was strong. On BSE, 1,558 shares gained and 896 shares fell. A total of 89 shares were unchanged.

The BSE Mid-Cap index was up 136.99 points or 1.35% at 10,308.91, outperforming the Sensex. The BSE Small-Cap index was up 103.01 points or 0.92% at 11,344.66, underperforming the Sensex.

Auto stocks edged higher on hopes PSU OMCs may cut petrol and diesel prices after the latest slump in crude oil prices. Tata Motors (up 1.67%), Maruti Suzuki India (up 1.33 %), TVS Motor Company (up 0.91%), Hero MotoCorp (up 1.44%), Escorts (up 1.04%), Eicher Motors (up 1.33%), Mahindra & Mahindra (up 0.93%) edged higher. Bajaj Auto fell 0.17%.

PSU OMCs review fuel prices during the middle of the month and on the last day of the month based on the average imported oil price in the preceding fortnight.

Meanwhile, as per recent media reports the government may extend excise duty concessions on automobiles beyond 31 December 2014 as the industry continues to struggle with sluggish demand due to high interest rates. In February this year, the Congress led UPA government in its interim budget had reduced excise duty on automobiles for a limited period until 30 June 2014. Later, the new BJP government which came to power in May this year extended the concessional excise duty on automobiles until 31 December 2014. The excise duty on small cars, scooters, motorcycles and commercial vehicles was cut to 8% from 12%. The same for SUVs (sports utility vehicles) was slashed to 24% from 30%, while on large cars it was reduced to 24% from 27% and mid-sized cars to 20% from 24%.

Airline stocks jumped after global crude oil prices tumbled yesterday, 27 November 2014. Jet Airways (India) (up 11.07%) and SpiceJet (up 4.61) surged. Aviation turbine fuel (ATF) or jet fuel price is linked to international crude oil prices. Jet fuel constitutes about 40% of airlines' operating cost. PSU OMCs review jet fuel prices during the middle of the month and on the last day of the month based on the average imported oil price in the preceding fortnight.

Shares of paint makers were in demand as crude oil prices fell. Berger Paints (up 3.27%), Shalimar Paints (up 6.39%), Akzo Nobel India (up 1.49%) and Kansai Nerolac Paints (up 2.16%), edged higher.

Falling crude oil prices augur well for paints makers. Titanium dioxide is a key raw material for paint companies and is derived from crude oil.

Asian Paints surged 5.17% to Rs 741.90 after hitting record high of Rs 748.25 in intraday trade.

Meanwhile, the National Stock Exchange (NSE) yesterday, 27 November 2014, announced that the exchange has decided to provide a flat concession of 40% in the transaction charges on the incremental billable volume (i.e. the Premium value) above Rs 750 crore in a month for a period of 2 months from 1 December 2014 to 31 January 2015 on a pilot basis on NSE's equity options segment. In order to improve the liquidity in the equity options segment and to align with the feedback received from the market, an exercise to review the transaction charges in the equity options segment was carried out by the exchange, NSE said in a circular.




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Wednesday, November 26, 2014

3 Engineers of Indian Institute of Management Raipur will Provides Services to AeroSoft Corp as Project Managers

3 Engineers of Indian Institute of Management Raipur will Provides Services to AeroSoft Corp as Project Managers 


Interactive Session with final Year Marketing Batch [2012-14 ] and talked about Aviation Industry and Scope in Aviation Blogging and Aviation SEO at 22-11-2014.


AeroSoft Welcomes following Professionals from Indian Institute of Management Raipur as Project Manager


Er Leena Bodo [ B E , PGDM IIM - Raipur ] 




Er Anju Elizabeth [ B Tech, PGDM IIM - Raipur ]








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She is currently pursuing her Post Graduate program form IIM Raipur.I belong from Mumbai "The City that never sleeps”.she is energetic and outgoing individual with ability to gel easily with peers and subordinates alike as also good people management skills.she is passionate, dedicated and work centred individual who thrives on innovative initiatives.

She completed her B. E in IT from University of Mumbai, Maharashtra in 2012. 
Later she was working in Tata Consultancy services as SAP consultant in the domain of Business Intelligence (11th March2013–6th June 2014) 

she will work as Aviation Management Trainee in Aerosoft Corp. 

The Project will be in involved for Conducting Market Research and Surveys, identifying the market potential areas and Generating Leads, following up with the Trained Pilots and Aircraft Operators Conduct research on Trained Pilots, Very Safe Aircrafts.




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Monday, November 24, 2014

Indian Aviation can draw from one of the biggest and busiest Airports

Indian Aviation can draw from one of the biggest and busiest Airports


The experience at Airport Security checkpoints follows a standard script. A snaking queue. A long wait. Anxious moments. Will there be time to shop? Will the gates close before we get there? No telling. The darn queue The security chap finally beckons for the customary patdowns. Hold on, he says brusquely.Take off the belt and shoes for screening." Strange. Didn't have to the last time. Phew It's over. Now to put the belt and shoes back on. Damn it, no place to sit. Forget shopping now. Will be lucky to make it to the gates in time.

Last year, Authorities at the Dallas Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport in Texas decided to do something about this agonizing experience. They first placed couches and chairs just before the queue. Passengers waiting in line receive instructions through speakers and are entertained by a radio channel. As they move, they come across wall coverings with warm-and-fuzzy LED lighting. Flat-panel screens deliver airport messages. Boards display the estimated wait times. For the X-ray process, passengers are provided larger trays to stuff all the belongings into one (avoids a scramble for trays). The area just after screening is again fitted with couches, high top tables to help people gather their belongings, footrests to tie shoes, and a mirror to get dressed.

The results were instant and perceptible. People came through security faster and less agitated. Some even flashed smiles. Agents of the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), tasked with overseeing security at American airports, said their jobs became easier. The Airport folks were happy because passengers had more time to shop.

The DFW Airport had in effect replaced the chaos and discomfort that reigned in one zone in its midst with calm and convenience. We recognised that security checkpoints were intimidating for people,said Cynthia Vega, the Airport's manager of media relations.

The Airport now has only one such checkpoint,in the middle of Terminal E.It will soon retrofit these facilities to other checkpoints in the same terminal and eventually to its other four terminals.

Raft of Amenities


DFW is also the only Airport in the US to offer automated passport processing.US citizens, passengers from 38 visa waiver countries and Green Card holders can pass through Customs with a swipe their passports people who carry restricted items or exceed the limits of carriage will have to meet Customs agent.This allows Customs to deploy more agents to smoothen the entry of other foreign passengers.The average wait time at counters has reduced by 40% to around 10 minutes.

Besides these facilities, the 40 year old Airport is packed with amenities.There is free Wifi and a raft of spa services. Minute suites packed with a workspace,TV, a bed and shower can be rented by the hour they come in handy during airport shutdowns forced by inclement weather for $30. There is even a yoga studio, not to mention classy restaurants, upscale stores and plush lounges.





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Sunday, November 23, 2014

India's SpiceJet Close To Sealing Investment Deal

India's SpiceJet Close To Sealing Investment Deal



Spicejet has reportedly reached an agreement with an as yet unnamed strategic Investor over a possible buy in to the struggling budget carrier. Indian media have been awash with reports the Airline could finalize the deal as early as next month.

Speaking last week during a press conference covering the budget carrier's second quarter numbers, SpiceJet Chief Operating Officer Sanjiv Kapoor said the loss making carrier's quest for a strategic Investor had yielded responses from several interested parties but declined to specify who they were.

Amid Auditors warning the carrier's future was in danger after it posted a INR3.1billion USD50.3million loss,Kapoor said SpiceJet's would only be able to return to profitability 9-12 months after recapitalisation.CAPA has speculated that Spicejet would require close to USD250million in funding to complete its ongoing turnaround exercise.

Until we are able to recapitalise, we will not have the ability to take out costs. The recapitalisation activity is ongoing,he said.

Despite the loss, Kapoor was adamant the carrier's restructuring programme was beginning to bear fruit.

The operating performance improvement in Q2 is real. It is an actual genuine operating performance improvement; it is not impacted by extraordinary revenues or others. We are making significant progress towards a turnaround,he told India's The Hindu newspaper.


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Auditors raise doubts about SpiceJet's going concern status

Spicejet Auditors SR Batliboi & Associates have cast doubt on the Airline's ability to remain a going concern after it posted a INR3.1billion loss for the quarter ended September 30, 2014.

We draw attention to Note 7 of the Statement which indicates that the Company has incurred a net loss of INR3.104billion during the quarter ended September 30, 2014, and as of that date, the Company's total liabilities exceed its total assets by INR14.5973billion
Mysore, India, to lose scheduled services from October 25

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Spicejet will discontinue its Mysore services with effect from October 25 citing inadequate demand for its flights to Bangalore Int'l and Chennai. The move will leave the south-western Indian town without scheduled operations for the second time since its refurbishment and reopening in 2010.



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Thursday, November 20, 2014

Aviation Companies from UK and USA are coming to Indore

Now a Days many Aviation Companies from UK and USA are coming to Indore for
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Blogging is a good way to earn money from home by sitting few hours in front of your computer. With time even in Asia Aviation Blogging industry is changing its trend and people are taking Blogging as a Full-time profession and Job. There are many ways you can be an AviationBlogger, you can start with your own Aviation Blog or you can join some Aviation Blogging company and join their Team of Bloggers. Lets not discus How to be an Aviation Blogger but lets see some Advantages and Disadvantages of Aviation Blogging. (Full-time).

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Wednesday, November 19, 2014

A Cesna 152 VT EUE Aircraft Crashed at the Indore Airport Pilot Capt Arshad Quereshi Died


A Cesna 152 VT EUE Aircraft Crashed at the Indore Airport Pilot Capt Arshad Quereshi Died 

Aircraft  : 1985 Made 
Cessna C-152 
Call Sign : VT EUE
Pilot In Command : Capt Pawandeep Singh Pabla API
Co Pilot : Capt Arshad Quereshi 
Date     : 19 Nov 2014




INDORE:  A Cesna 152 training Aircraft crashed at the Indore Airport 
belongs to MP Flying Club Ltd. on 19 Nov 2014 at 1045 Hrs . Capt Arshad Quereshi One of the two Pilot Instructors on board was killed in the crash; the other one
Capt Pawandeep Singh Pabla API was said to be seriously injured. He has been rushed to the hospital. 

Witnesses said the plane crashed near the boundary of the aerodrome at around 10:45 am.

It was not immediately confirmed whether it was taking off or landing


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