Major players in the industry The aviation industry in India has undergone tremendous change in the recent years. With the rising per capita income and increased spending capacity of the people, the air traffic has increased by a whooping ~472% since the turn of the millennium (Figure). There are 22 players in the Indian domestic market with 6 low cost carriers such as IndiGo, SpiceJet, GoAir etc and premium carriers like Jet Airways and Air India. There are various charter carriers and regional players as well. The industry has seen new players joining the market in the recent years, for instance, Air Costa (2013), Air Asia (2014) and Vistara Airlines (2015) and three regional airlines are planned to be started.
2.2. Current Indian Automotive Industry A. Automotive Industry is growing at a rapid pace fairing among top ten in the world. Two wheeler in 2nd position; passenger cars in third position and commercial vehicles in 5th position. B. India has become a major hub for automobiles: i.
This competition would be a difficult one, but if the airline is confident enough to gain the market share then it would definitely achieve a good profit. Analysis of competitors hence becomes an integral part of the strategic setting up method. The direct competitors of Etihad are Emirates Airlines, Saudi Arabia Airlines, Qatar Airways, Singapore Airlines, Malaysian Airlines and Thai Airways operating in different regions across the globe. The biggest of all is the Emirates Airlines. The indirect competitors include Telecom industry and Holiday Cruise Line industry.
The civil aviation industry in India is on a steep growth trajectory, although with minor bottlenecks. Going by just the market size, the Indian civil aviation industry is among the top 10 largest aviation market in the world with a revenue size of around $16 billion. India has the potential of becoming the 3rd largest aviation market in the world by the year of 2020 and is expected to be the largest by 2030 even going past China and US. Despite the fact that in the past few years, the aviation industry has seen lower growth rate akin to the slowing economy of India. The Civil Aviation Industry in India is going through a new era of expansion primarily driven by factors such as Low Cost Carriers (LCC), Foreign Direct Investments (FDI) in domestic airlines, modern airports, opening up of aerodromes and air strips across the country emphasizing regional connectivity and modern age
Airline industry in India Indian Aviation Industry is one of the fastest growing airline industries in the world. India is currently considered the third largest domestic Civil Aviation market in the world. Recently the Aviation industry has been influenced by growth drivers like low cost carriers, Foreign direct investment, Information technology, modern airports and continuous emphasis on regional connectivity. According to the IBEF report Domestic air traffic rose to nearly 16% in Aug 2017. The number of passengers commuting by flight has considerably increased as per the Directorate General Civil aviation.
INDIAN AUTOMOBILE INDUSTRY History of Indian automobile industry shows that it has grown with leaps and bounds since 1898, a time when a car had touched the Indian streets for the first time. But now India is in verge to rewrite history in different conditions as it is home to 40 million passenger vehicles and Indian manufactured cars and other automobile products are touching other nation roads. Presently Indian automobile industry is regarded as largest and second fastest growing industry after China in the world with annual production of over 3.9 million units. Its passenger cars and commercial vehicle manufacturing industry ranked sixth largest in the world. One of the best things happen for the Indian automobile market in the recent years was its improvement in the export sector.
Telecom industry witnessed revolutionary changes in recent years. Indian telecom industry is the fastest growing industry in Indian economy. It has one of the lowest call tariffs in the world enabled by the mega telephone networks and hyper-competition among them. On the basis of data as on 2013 the telecom subscriber’s details are shown in the table, which explains the current status of Indian telecom industry. Table 1.1 Trends in Indian Telecommunication Industry Quarter ending December 2011 Quarter ending March 2012 Telecom subscribers (wireless and wire line)in million Total telephone subscribers 926.53 951.34
Indian IT Industry Management Information Systems Mid-term Review Balasubramanian P [MS14A020] Chandan Kumar Sahani [MS14A023] Chirag Gupta [MS14A024] Overview of Indian IT Industry The Indian IT industry is increasing steadily despite the global slowdown in 2009. When the whole of the world witnessed negative growth, Indian IT industry still managed to showcase a growth of 5.5%. The industry is set to register the historic landmark of US $ 50 billion exports current year, according to the NASSCOM President, Som Mittal. The market of domestic is also hopeful to witness 12% growth, this current year. Potential size of India’s
Post Liberalization The Indian Government re allowed private sector in mid 80 's and with the emergence of new competitors like Indian Airlines faced tough competition from Jet Airways, Air Sahara (now JetKonnect), East-West Airlines, Skyline NEPC, and ModiLuft. Yet till 2005, Indian Airlines was the second largest airline in India after Jet Airways while Air Sahara controlled 17% of the Indian aviation industry.During that time few other domestic carriers like East-West Airlines, Skyline NEPC and ModiLuft discontinued their flight operations. Also during 1993 another Government established regional feeder airline called Vayudoot was merged with Indian Airlines but still operated as a standalone division until 1997 after which its entire flight operations were transferred to Indian Airlines and its employees absorbed into Indian Airlines and Air India. Post Low-Cost