There has been tremendous growth in the field of both civil aviation and military aviation sector. India is presently among the top 10 civil aviation markets in the world. The airlines industry of India served over 16 million customers in 2013. According to reports, India is poised to become one of the top 5 civil aviation markets by 2020. India has a long history in the field of aviation.
There is a lot of airlines which are successful all through history but there are some which could not reach the goal. The most remarkable sample would be Singapore Airlines and American Trans Air (ATA Airlines). Singapore Airlines is reckoned by airlines industry, tourist and also its rival. It is one of the best among the airlines industry, according to various industry honour had been given. It is constantly better than its competitors in profitability (Chan 2000, 460).
According to Annual Report (2009), PIA currently operates 46 aircraft in its fleet having a range of advanced aircraft, Boeing 777 airplane and Airbus A-310.Pakistan International Airline is the 16th largest flying carrier in Asia, PIA covers 73destination worldwide and 24 domestic. The vision and mission of PIA is Customer Focus and Continual Improvement, to achieve this aim the higher management of PIA has undertaken a number of pioneering initiatives throughout its history.PIA has been divided into thirteen departments controlled by 19,263 employees unfortunately PIA is suffering losses, due to heavy salaries of employees because there are 440 employees per aircraft, whereas the international ratio is 150 to 250employees. Mainly PIA is owned by Government of Pakistan having 87% share and other shareholder are 13% so therefore a main drawback of political influence is present at high level.
Researchers warn that these type of conditions are likely to become more common as the planet warms. For this reason, we have to ask ourselves, have airlines already thought about climate change and aircrafts? Would airports have to lengthen their runways? If we take a look back in 2013, 15 passengers were removed from a Swiss Airlines flight to Geneva after the plane was “deemed too heavy to take off from London City Airport, whose single 4,900-foot runway is one of the smallest in the country.” As outlined above, warmer temperatures mean planes have a tougher time taking off or landing and during heat waves, airports with short runways are the first to face these kind of problems. Unless airports like London City lengthen their runways, this sort of thing could become a regular occurrence in the future.
Introduction Page During 1947, Singapore Airlines was found with Malaysian Airlines was known as Malayan, it was a joint venture between Malaysia and Singapore government, which place their service mainly in the South East Asia region. Singapore Airlines is considered one of the world 's best airlines travelling up to 93 destinations and 38 countries. After Singapore Separated from Malaysia in 1965 and both governments coincide to set up different airlines. Thus, Singapore Airlines was born in 1972. And In 1991, Singapore Airline is one of big successful airline companies, in terms of revenue, profit and reputation.
COMPOSITES IN AEROSPACE INDUSTRY 1. INTRODUCTION Aerospace industry is one of the example man’s skill and precision engineering. Flying, every year millions of people take to the air. In the last 10 year alone 50% of increased passengers, just one of the reasons for airlines to look at one of the bigger and high capacity aircraft. At present most of aircraft are manufactured by 2 companies in the world, one is Boeing in USA and other is Air bus in France.
1. Introduction Singapore Airline was founded in the year 1972. It started as only a regional air carrier but is now a well-respected global airline operating the youngest fleet in the world. Singapore Airline’s mission is to provide the highest quality of air transportation services to its customers and to maximise returns to its shareholders (Singapore Airlines, 2014). The company has its hub in Changi Airport with a great presence in East Asia, Southeast Asia, and South Asia markets.
Malayan Airways Limited (MAL) was established but the first paid service for passengers was only introduced 10 years later on February 2, 1947 and the inaugural flight carrying only 5 passengers was to Kuala Lumpur, not Penang. When Malaysia was established, the company 's name was changed to Malaysian Airways Limited in November 1963. Then, when Singapore split from the Malaysian Union on August 9, 1965, the Malaysian and Singapore governments took over the majority stake of the BOAC and other shareholders and the company changed its name Become Malaysia-Singapore Airlines. On April 3, 1971, the airline was divided into two companies, namely Singapore Airlines and Malaysia Airlines Systems (MAS). By 1972, MAS expanded its operations to over 34 domestic destinations and six international destinations.
INTRODUCTION Malaysian Airlines (MAS) was established in the year 1947 by Malaysian Airways. With the creation of Malaysia in the year 1963 the airline changed its name to Malaysian Airlines (MAS). Malaysian Airlines (MAS) is the government owned flag carrier airline of Malaysia. Flights are operated from KLIA and Kota Kinabalu. It’s also operates transatlantic and transpacific flight.
1.Background of the company AirAsia Malaysia is second national airline. It was a very first successful low cost, ticket-less airline in the Southeast Asian region. On 8 December 2001, Tune Air Sdn Bhd officially acquired 99.25 per cent equity means that 51.68 million shares in AirAsia from DRB-Hicom, one of Malaysia’s giant conglomerates. Tune Air Sdn Bhd is the holding company, while AirAsia remains as the operating company.AirAsia currently operates over hundred point-to-point domestic and international flights from its hubs in Johor Bahru, Kuala Lumpur International Airport ( KLIA) and Senai Airport in Malaysia; Bangkok International Airport in Thailand; and Soekarno-Hatta International Airport in Jakarta, Indonesia. AirAsia believes in the concept of “no-frill, hassle free, fair business”.