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The Indian Aviation Industry Product Image

The Indian Aviation Industry

  • ID: 449298
  • February 2007
  • Region: Asia, India
  • 22 Pages
  • Ventursol


  • Air Deccan
  • Airbus
  • Britannia
  • Go Air
  • Indigo
  • Modiluft
  • MORE

An analysis of the current state of the Aviation business in India, along with a critical analysis of Low Cost Carriers, their strategies and impact on the Industry. Projections for passenger growth included.

The Aviation industry in India began with the birth of Tata Airlines, through the business relationship between Mr. Nevill Vintcent, a Royal Air Force pilot and Mr. JRD Tata, the first Indian to get an A-license. Tata Airlines became Air India in August 1946. In 1953, the Air Corporation Act nationalized all existing airline assets and established the Indian Airline Corporation and Air India International for domestic and international air services respectively.

These two companies enjoyed monopoly power in the industry until 1991, when private airlines were given permission to operate charter and non scheduled services under the ‘Air Taxi’ scheme to boost tourism. These carriers were not allowed at the time, to fly scheduled flights or issue air tickets to passengers. As a result, a number of private players including Jet Airways, Air Sahara, Modiluft, Damania Airways, NEPC airlines and East West Airlines commenced domestic operations. In 1994, following READ MORE >


  • Air Deccan
  • Airbus
  • Britannia
  • Go Air
  • Indigo
  • Modiluft
  • MORE

Market Size
Market Structure
Competitive Analysis
Porter’s Five Forces
Regulatory Environment
Low Cost Carriers (LCCs)
Strategies not employed in India
Appendix I: Air Routes Classification
Appendix II: Companies Mentioned in this report
Appendix III: List of Tables and Charts

- Kingfisher airlines
- Indigo
- Go Air
- Indian Airlines
- Jet Airlines
- Air Sahara
- Modiluft
- Damania airways
- NEPC airlines
- East West airlines
- Air Deccan
- Spice jet
- Go airways
- Paramount airways
- Air India
- Royal Airways
- Bombay Dyeing
- Britannia
- UB group
- Tata Airlines
- Airbus
- Boeing
- Airports Authority of India
- Indian Oil Corporation Limited (IOCL)

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