The Airbus A380 is presently most complex passenger aircraft in service. It includes many innovations in its interior as well as engine technology, highly advanced, modern and complex resources are used for its structure, control services, wings, and fuselage. The electronic systems are shape of art. It has variations that allow high levels of customization by airlines in its design. The A380 can carry up to 853 passengers whereas the other Airbus aircrafts carries less than half that number.
In 1940 the British supported them to increase the flights so, they starts to fly to South Africa and Sydney. The runways The airport has two big runways, the runway has expend for the airbus a380 and equipped with ILS (instrument landing system) by 2009 the airport has announced that they installed cat 3 landing system to the first airport who has the CAT 3 in the UAE. The runway is so important to the airport because if there is no runway that means there no flights. The more runway the more
easyJet uses cost advantage as well as network positions in strong markets to deliver low fares and operational efficiency on point-to-point routes, with their people making the difference by offering friendly service for their customers. Southwest Airlines The airline, a U.S. budget airline, was established in 1967 by Herb Kelleher as Air Southwest and then adopted its current name, Southwest Airlines, in 1971 where it began operating as an intrastate airline wholly within the state of Texas. Southwest Airlines is the largest airline in the world by number of passengers carried per year (as of 2009). It maintains the third-largest passenger fleet of aircraft among all of the world 's commercial airlines. According to the U.S. Department of Transportation 's Bureau of Transportation Statistics, Southwest Airlines has carried more customers than any other U.S. airline since August 2006 for combined domestic and international passengers.
TERM PAPER 1 COMPARTIVE ANALYSIS OF INDIAN LOW COST CARRIERS 1 INTRODUCTION: 3 Topics 3 List of LCCs in India 4 Marco environmental factors that affect the airline industry: 6 Strategies followed by IndiGo 7 Strategies by spice jet 7 Market share of airlines: 8 INTRODUCTION: Low cost airlines Firstly, low cost airlines are the airlines which offer cheap flights, cheap fares. Some times by low cost carrier’s flights and these low fares they may not even reach their BEP. Indian aviation market is conquered by the low cost carriers. And India is the second largest populated country in the world and with the most of India is of middle class people and increase of the middle class population
Indian airlines industry, which started in 1932, with Tata Airlines (Now, Air India), has come a long way since then, and is now one of the fastest growing industry. There are more than 1091 registered aircraft and about 450 airports in India. The Airport Authority of India (AAI), which is controlled by Ministry of Civil Aviation, is responsible for managing the Aviation sector in India. The growth of the industry is evident from the fact that Passenger output increased from 73 million in 2006 to over 175 million in 2013. The Indian civil aviation industry is ranked in the top 10 globally with the size of industry being estimated at around US $16 billion, and according to different reports has the capacity to be the 3rd largest aviation industry
Low-cost Carrier Hamida Al Hamhami Ajai Jayathilakan AVIA 120 October 26, 2014 Task 1: IndiGo is one of the most fastest growing and successful low-cost carriers in the region. It 's headquarter is in the state of Gurgaon in India. It was founded in August 15, 2006 by Rahul Bhatia and Rakesh S Gangwal. IndiGo has a fleet size of 83 aircrafts of Airbus A-320, flying over 36 destinations, with 534 daily flights. IndiGo has expanded rapidly till it became the first and largest airline in India in terms of market share by 27% in 2012.
An airline also provides air transport services for traveling passengers and freight (cargo). Airlines may lease or own their aircraft with which to supply these services and may form partnerships or alliances with other airlines for mutual benefit. Generally, airline companies are recognized with an air operator certificate (AOC) or license issued by a state CAA before they can be able to commence business. The conditions for issuance of the AOC are designed in such a manner that the airline has to prove compliance with laid down procedures and regulations with emphasis on aviation safety. There are different types of airlines and can vary from those operating a single aircraft carrying mail or cargo, to the large international airlines operating hundreds of aircraft.
However it was Airbus, not Boeing who first used gust alleviation systems on their aircraft. The Airbus A320 aircraft (introduced in 1987), famous for being the first civilian plane to feature fly-by-wire flight control system originally featured a Load Alleviation Function (LAF). The LAF functionality also provides a 1.3-percent increase in maximum takeoff weight. The Airbus A330 aircraft (introduced in 1994) and the Airbus A340 aircraft (introduced in 1993) incorporated maneuver load alleviation systems as well as a flying quality enhancement system known as Comfort in Turbulence, or CIT. The objective of the CIT system is to increase the fuselage damping response (at 2.0 to 4.0 Hz) by actively controlling the rudder and elevators.
Q1: What are the long term goals of your organization? Ans: The long term goal of an airline is to be a number 1 service provider in all over the globe by making competitive strategies as well as focusing on latent areas and by improving the quality of standards. From Qatar Airways' center point in Doha, the nation's capital, the aerial shuttle has added to a worldwide system of more than 40 destinations, covering Europe, Middle East, Africa, South Asia, Asia Pacific, North America and South America with an advanced armada of more than 130 traveler and payload flying machine. In March 2009, Qatar Airways propelled the longest flight in its worldwide network–scheduled day by day administrations from Doha to Houston denoting its third US destination–
PMCs currently comprise about 3 percent of the structural weight of commercial aircraft such as the Boeing 757, but could eventually account for more than 65 percent. Because fuel savings are a major reason for the use of PMCs in commercial aircraft, fuel prices must rise to make them competitive. The largest volume opportunity for PMCs is in the automobile. PMCs currently are in limited production in body panels, drive shafts, and leaf springs. By the late 1990s, PMC unibody structures could be introduced in limited production.