aviation overview

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The Beginning:

The Beginning First commercial flight by a French pilot on Feb 18, 1911 between Allahabad and Naini (10 kms) First Domestic flight -Extension of Karachi-London flight to Delhi in December 1912.

The Beginning-contd.:

The Beginning-contd. After 3 years, the first airline came by Tata Sons Ltd, for airmail service between Karachi and Madras. In 1932, passenger flights were started by Tata Airlines. In 1946, it turned into public company and got the name of Air India.

Airtransport companies during Independence:

Airtransport companies during Independence Tata Airlines Indian National Airways Air service of India Deccan Airways Ambica Airways Bharat Airways Mistry Airways. Orient Airways

Joint Sector Company in 1948 :

Joint Sector Company in 1948 Government of India and Air India (earlier known as Tata Airlines) started a new Air India International Ltd.due to nationalisation with a capital of Rs 2 Crore and 3 aircrafts headed by J.R.D.Tata First flight between Mumbai-London route Second flight between Mumbai and Nairobi

Open Sky Policy:

Open Sky Policy To operate flights from any airport To decide their own flight schedules To decide their own cargo and passenger fares To use aircraft with a minimum of 15 seats To conform to the prescribed rules.

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In 1994, the Indian Government, as part of its open sky policy, ended the monopoly of IA and AI . IN 1995, several private airlines had ventured into the aviation business and accounted for more than 10 percent of the domestic air traffic Indian Airlines, which had dominated the Indian air travel industry, began to lose market share to Jet Airways and Sahara.

Bad Financial Health of Airlines:

Bad Financial Health of Airlines The soaring prices of aviation fuel, Mounting salary bills Disproportionately large fleets


AVIATION TODAY Air transportation in India now comes under the direct control of the Department of Civil Aviation, a part of the Ministry of Civil Aviation and Tourism of Government of India.


JET AIRWAYS After graduating in Commerce in 1967, Mr. Goyal joined the travel business with the GSA for Lebanese International Airlines. Mr. Goyal currently serves on the prestigious International Air Transport Association (IATA) Board of Governors for the year 2009-2010, having earlier served on the Board from 2008 – 2009 and 2004-2006.

Company had acquired 100% shares of Sahara Airlines Limited (SAL) (Now known as Jet Lite (India) Limited) in April 2007 :

Company had acquired 100% shares of Sahara Airlines Limited (SAL) (Now known as Jet Lite (India) Limited) in April 2007 October 15th, 2008 is also a memorable day in the history of Indian aviation but for a wrong reason - it's the day of largest lay-off in the Indian aviation sector . the employees were later asked to return to work.

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In October 2008 Jet Airways and rival Kingfishers announced an alliance which primarily includes an agreement on code-sharing on both domestic and international flights, joint fuel management to reduce expenses, common ground handling, joint utilisation of crew and sharing of similar frequent flier programmes

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On 8 May 2009 Jet Airways launched its low-cost brand, Jet Konnect. The decision to launch a new brand instead of expanding the JetLite network was taken after considering the regulatory delays involved in transferring aircraft from Jet Airways to JetLite, as the two have different operator codes.


SPICEJET Economy class and First class

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Aggarwal is credited with steering SpiceJet into profits in FY10 – for the first time since its inception.


TERMS IATA-International Air transport Association NM- Nautical Mile (1NM=1.85 KM) F.O.D.-Foreign object debris


NACIL Three classes of travel: Economy, Executive, First Class. Frequent flyer programme. Duty free sale on board In-flight refreshment and entertaintment Luxury lounge E-ticket facility

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a 1978 batch Indian Administrative Service (IAS) officer. He was earlier the Principal Secretary, Infrastructure Development Department, Government of Karnataka.


INDIGO Former US Airway executive-Vice President



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Mr. Siddhanta Sharma is the President & CEO for InterGlobe Air Transport . with 30 years of cross-industry experience, focused on setting up and heading various projects for Indian and trans-national companies. Prior to joining InterGlobe, he was the Executive Chairman for the low-fare airline Spicejet. He has been the Managing Director of Westmill Foods, India (subsidiary of Associated British Foods PLC) and Country Head and Commercial Director of Allied Domecq Spirits & Wine India (subsidiary of Allied Domecq PLC).

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