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Premium member Presentation Transcript Slide 1: AVIATION ASSIGNMENT Name: Janki Vallabh Saini Batch: N-3 AssasorName: Mrs.Kavita Slide 2: Introduction This section of the assignment gives me information regarding aviation industry in India ,low cost airlines & its advantages ,advantages of domestic airlines ,current scenario ,parts of aircraft ,safety instruction ,function of aircraft ,cabin layout ,cockpit ,cabin crews ,air crashes land or water . Slide 3: ACKNOWLEGDMENT I TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY TO THANK ALL MY TEACHERS AND COLLEAGUES FOR HELPING ME OUT TO COMPLETE THIS PRESENTATION. I SPECIALLY THANK OUR AVIATION FACULTY MRS.KAVITA FOR GIVING ALL ASSISTANCE IN MY WORK. Slide 4: Aviation industry in India Aviation by its very nature constitutes the elitist part of our country's infrastructure. This sector has substantial contribution towards the development of country's trade and tourism, providing easier access to the areas full of natural beauty. The industry had witnessed a transformation with the entry of the privately owned full service airlines and low cost carriers. Slide 5: A low-cost carrier or low-cost airline is an airline that offers generally low fares in exchange for eliminating many traditional passenger services. It is also known as a no-frills or discount carrier airline. While the term is often applied to any carrier with low ticket prices and limited services, regardless of their operating models. Low cost airlines Slide 6: Airline for price conscious customer. Increase in employment. Allowed more people to fly. Now airlines are not only for business men or for rich persons the common men can also travel by air now a days. ADVANTAGES OF LOW COST AIRLINES Slide 7: Domestic airlines in India INDIGO AIRLINES GO AIR AIRLINES SPICEJET AIRLINES JETLITE AIRLINES KINGFISHER AIRLINES JET AIRWAYS Slide 8: ADVANTAGES OF DOMESTIC AIRLINES Give people choice. Prices usually come down. More people can afford to fly. Improved services. Employment services. Slide 9: Some details about the domestic airlines INDIGO AIRLINES: Indigo Airlines commenced operations on 4th august 2006 with a service from Delhi to Imphal via Guwahati. If you're looking to fly with a low cost airline, Indigo offers good value for money. It has 11% of market share. GO AIR AIRLINES: Go Air is a small privately owned, low cost airline that started operating in late 2005. It has almost a 5% market share. SPICEJET AIRLINES: Spicejet is a low-cost airline based in New delhi,India.It began service in May 2005. Earlier known as Royal Airways. Spicejet marked its entry in service with Rs-99 fares for the first 99 days and there were 9000 seats available at this rate . JETLITE AIRLINES : JetLite used to be Air Sahara until Jet Airways successfully took the company over in mid 2007. The low cost airline focuses on providing flights that connect India's capital cities and it has a 7% share of the market. KINGFISHER AIRLINES: Kingfisher Airlines is another highly regarded full service airline. It started operating in mid 2005 and has a 15% market share. JET AIRLINES: Jet Airways is widely regarded as India's biggest and best airline. It's a privately owned, full service airline that commenced operating in mid 1993. It's now captured almost 23% of the market. Slide 10: India’s improving economy INDIA IS FAMOUS FOR TOURISM. THERE ARE MANY THINGS FOR SEEN LIKE HISTORICAL PLACES, INDIAN CULTURE, TEMPLES. SO MANY OF FOREIGN PEOPLE COME HERE AND SEE THESE PLACES AND BECAUSE OF DOMESTIC AIRLINE THEY CAN EASILY REACH IN DIFFERENT PLACES . AVIATION INDUSTRY ALSO HELP IN DEVELOPING INDIAN ECONOMY. IT THEREFORE ACTS AS A STIMULUS FOR COUNTRY’S GROWTH AND ECONOMIC PROSPERITY. INDIA IS ONE OF THE FASTEST GROWING AVIATION MARKETS IN THE WORLD. Slide 11: CURRENT SCENARIO Oil prices increasing. Prices of air tickets are increasing. Merges and acquisitions. Sacking of employees. Cancellation of flights on some routes. Decline in rate of people traveling by air. Many airlines are facing losses. Slide 12: CONCLUSION The Role of Government is Vital . Use of more fuel efficient Aircrafts. Airlines have to come together. Standardizing more Airports . Slide 13: ADVANTAGES THE INDIAN AVIATION BY INDUSTRY IS ONE OF THE FASTEST GROWING AVIATION INDUSTRIES IN THE WORLD. WITH THE LIBERALIZATION OF THE INDIAN AVIATION SECTOR, AVIATION INDUSTRY IN INDIA HAS UNDERGONE A RAPID TRANSFORMATION. 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 PERCENT SHARE OF THE DOMESTIC AVIATION MARKET Slide 14: DISADVANTAGES A LOT OF AIRLINES ARE GOING BANKRUPT AT THE MOMENT BECAUSE THEIR FUEL COSTS ARE GOING UP, AND THEY HAVE FEWER CUSTOMERS BECAUSE PEOPLE HAVE LESS MONEY TO SPEND THESE DAYS. THERE HAVE ALSO BEEN A FEW MERGERS RECENTLY. THIS MEANS THAT THERE WILL BE LESS COMPETITION WHICH MEANS FLIGHT PRICES WILL GO UP. IT ALSO MEANS THAT THERE WON’T BE AS MANY FLIGHTS SO IT MIGHT BE MORE DIFFICULT TO GET TO YOUR DESTINATION AND THE EXITING FLIGHTS MIGHT BE REALLY BUSY. Slide 15: PARTS OF AN AIRCRAFT Slide 17: CABIN LAYOUT Slide 18: FUNCTIONS OF AN AIRCRAFT Slide 19: AIRCRAFT SEATING Slide 20: OVERHEAD PASSENGER SERVICE UNIT ARMREST PASSENGER SERVICE UNIT Slide 21: OVERHEAD BINS/STOWAGE PERSONAL TV(PTV) BULKHEAD Slide 22: AISLE COCKPIT EMERGENCY EXITS Slide 23: RUNWAY BLACK BOX CABIN Slide 24: COCKPIT Slide 25: PRIMARY FLIGHT DISPLAY Slide 27: SAFETY DEMO IN AIRCRAFT Slide 28: AIR CRASHES EVACUATION ON LAND Slide 31: EVACUATION ON WATER (DITCHING) Slide 33: CABIN CREW FLIGHT ATTENDANTS OR CABIN CREW ARE MEMBERS OF AN AIRCREW EMPLOYED BY AIRLINES TO ENSURE THE SAFETY AND COMFORT OF THE PASSENGERS. Slide 37: MY FUTURE IN THE AVIATION SECTOR The field of aviation is full of glamour and money but along with all this in today’s scenario hard work is very necessary for survival. With my hard work and dedication I will be a cabin crew in one of highly paid airlines. Though due to recession the aviation field has sank down but still after some time everything will be in its right position. Slide 38: CONCLUSION THIS WORK HELPED ME TO IDENTIFY THE PARTS OF AN AIRCRAFT,COCKPIT,ROLES OF A CABIN CREW. THIS ALSO HELPED ME IN KNOWING MORE ABOUT AIRBUS A300. I GOT AN IDEA ABOUT THE EMERGENCIES THAT I WILL HAVE TO FACE. I CAME TO KNOW ABOUT THE SAFETY AND EMERGENCY EQUIPMENTS ALSO. Slide 39: Aviation Times and periodicals (Aviation times VOL. IX.1 December, 2007 Pg.50& 51) Aviation module Internet The information was collected from many internet sites such as: www.airworld.com www.wikipedia.com www.google.com www.answers.com www.airliners.net BIBILIOGRAPHY Slide 40: THANK YOU You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.