Aviation sector---Jet Airways & Qatar Airways Market Analysis

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As a part of our Economics course in MBA we have done market analysis in Aviation Sector. Jet Airways & Qatar Airways are the companies taken for analysis. Report generated by Rajesh Kumar & Chaitanya.

Text of Aviation sector---Jet Airways & Qatar Airways Market Analysis

  • 1. AVIATION SECTORBy Rajesh Kumar SBy GVSK ChaitanyaProduction Function &Market Analysis

2. VIT Business SchoolVellore & Chennai Campus:VIT University was established in 1984 by well-known educationalist and former parliamentarian, Dr. G. Viswanathan, Founder and Chancellor.Dr. V. Raju Vice Chancellor, Dr. Anand A. Samuel, Pro-Vice Chancellor.Chennai Campus is in Vandalur-Kelambakkam Road.VIT University has more than 17 Bachelors and 32 Masters programmes, 29000 (including 1000 foreign students from 44 countries) and 4000 faculty members Accreditation: The National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) of the University Grants Commission (UGC) has accredited the university with a 'A'. The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET), and the Energy Institute, UK have audited the teaching-learning processes at VIT and accredited the programmes in 2004, with the highest validity of five years Programmes at VIT are accredited by the Institution of Engineers, India (IEI). The Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) of the USA accredited the Civil, Mech, CSE, biomedical, ECE, EEE programmes. VIT Business School, under the aegis VIT University has created a niche for itself as an institution promoting excellence in management education and research with Dr. M J Xavier as its Executive Director. 3. ContentsVIT Business School ....................................................................................................................................... 2Vellore & Chennai Campus: .......................................................................................................................... 2Introduction to Aviation Sector .................................................................................................................... 5Introduction to Airline Industry: ................................................................................................................... 6Market Share Analysis .................................................................................................................................. 8Segments Airline Industry Depends ..................................................................................................... 9Capital Labour Ratio ................................................................................................................................... 13Airline Economics .................................................................................................................................. 13JET AIRWAYS ............................................................................................................................................... 16MARKET SHARE (DOMESTIC) ...................................................................................................................... 16REVENUE (Domestic services) : ................................................................................................................... 17REVENUE (International services): .............................................................................................................. 18Turnover Vs Employees Ratio: .................................................................................................................... 19WEKA Prediction: ........................................................................................................................................ 20SPSS Forecasting: ........................................................................................................................................ 21Partners of Jet Airways: .............................................................................................................................. 22More Information about Jet Airways: ......................................................................................................... 23Specifics in Jet Airways: .............................................................................................................................. 24CONCLUSION: .............................................................................................................................................. 25Company Analysis: ...................................................................................................................................... 26Network Across The World ........................................................................................................................ 28BAR GRAPH REPRESENTATION OF TURNOVER ............................................................................. 28BAR GRAPH REPRESENTATION OF TURNOVER AND EMPLOYEES OF QATAR AIRWAYS ... 29LABOUR CAPITAL RATIO OF QATAR AIRWAYS ............................................................................. 30DIFFERENT SECTORS IN QATAR AIRWAYS ..................................................................................... 31Qatar Duty Free....................................................................................................................................... 31Al Maha Services .................................................................................................................................... 32Qatar Aircraft Catering Company ........................................................................................................... 32Qatar Airways Cargo .............................................................................................................................. 33Qatar Aviation Services .......................................................................................................................... 33 4. The Qatar Distribution Company ............................................................................................................ 34Internal Media Services .......................................................................................................................... 34Hamad International Airport ................................................................................................................... 35Qatar Executive ....................................................................................................................................... 35AWARDS AND REWARDS TO QATAR AIRWAYS 2014 .................................................................. 36Conclusion .................................................................................................................................................. 37 5. Introduction to Aviation SectorAviation is the practical aspect or art of aeronautics, being the design, development, production, operation, and use of aircraft."Airlines Of India ( Domestic)1. Air India2. IndiGo3. Jet Airways4. SpiceJet5. Go Air6. King Fisher (Suspended)7. Air Asia8. Jagson9. Vistara. (Introducing)Airlines in India ( International)1. British Airways2. Qatar Airways3. Singapore Airlines4. Emirates5. Etihad Airlines6. Qantas Airlines7. American Airlines8. Malaysian Airlines9. Thai Airways10. Kuwait Airlines. 6. Introduction to Airline Industry: Airline Industry is a system of transportation Part of Aviation industry Moving people and goods Utilizing the airways One of the only true global businessesThis Airline Industry has almost a big network84% of International traffic240 member airlines188 countriesEconomic and Social Impact of Airline Industry:2.5 billion Passengers5.5 million Airline Employees9.5 million Airline Supply chain Employees18 million Indirect Tourism JobsFreedom of Air1: Right to fly across a countrys territory without landing2: Right to land for non-traffic purposes3: Right to carry passengers and goods from OWNs country to another4: Right to carry passengers and goods from another country to one OWNs 7. Cargo Division:Airline Industry Features : 8. Market Share AnalysisFactors That Airline Industry Depend On: 9. Segments Airline Industry DependsMarket Share in Different Countries 10. Global Air Traffic Trends 11. Domestic Airline Turnover:Fuel Growth Effect On Airline Cargo Industry 12. Profit And Loss Over Four YearsOver a last Four Years Airline Industry Has Suffered A lot Of Loss And less Profit because of increase in fuel charges and global crisis and also airline companies has to decrease the prices accordingly to attract more passengers for cover their loss.Low cost Carriers Across Asian Countries And Penetration Rate 13. Capital Labour RatioAirline EconomicsChief Characteristics of the Airline BusinessCapital IntensiveUnlike many service businesses, airlines need more than storefronts and telephones to get started. They need an enormous range of expensive equipment and facilities, from airplanes to flight simulators to maintenance hangars. As a result, the airline industry is a capital- intensive business, requiring large sums of money to operate effectively. Most equipment is financed through loans or the issuance of stock. Increasingly, airlines are also leasing equipment, including equipment they owned previously but sold to someone else and leased back. Whatever arrangements an airline chooses to pursue, its capital needs require consistent profitability.High Cash FlowBecause airlines own large fleets of expensive aircraft which depreciate in value over time, they typically generate a substantial positive cash flow (profits plus depreciation). Most airlines use their cash flow to repay debt or acquire new aircraft. When profits and cash flow decline, an airline's ability to repay debt and acquire new aircraft is jeopardized.Labor IntensiveAirlines also are labor intensive. Each major airline employs a virtual army of pilots, flight attendants, mechanics, baggage handlers, reservation agents, gate agents, security personnel, cooks, cleaners, 14. managers, accountants, lawyers, etc. Computers have enabled airlines to automate many tasks, but th