Aps Presentation Essay

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INDIAN AVIATION INDUSTRY CURRENT CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES

COVENTRY UNIVERSITY LONDON CAMPUS APS-PROFESSIONAL AND ACADEMIC SKILLS ASSIGNMENT 4

NAME: VINITHA R
STUDENT ID: 5216846
COURSE: MBA Global Business
DATE: 28/02/2014
SUBJECT: APSLON

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: Aviation plays a vital role in nation’s economic growth. This is an industry which consistently contributes the growth of GDP and provides employment massively. In this study I have found out the challenges faced by the industry and the opportunities raised on aviation industry. INTRODUCTION: The aviation industry in India has the rapid growth in the world with private airline acquiring more than
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2. Non- Scheduled Air transport services- It specifies operating services. 3. Air cargo services- supports cargo and mail transport services.

CHALLENGES 1.Fuel prices in hike: In past several years, there is a hike in the oil industry. There remains a consistent growth in the fuel prices constantly. The Indian operators have the highest operating costs when compared to the other parts of the world operators. 2 .Increase in airport charges: The airport charges are higher when compared to other countries. The AERA has approved that the charges are at peak level and Indian aviation is the world’s most expensive airports. 3.Tax for services: The service tax of air fare in India is about 13.46%. The aviation industry constantly allows third party for food services, ticket section, and maintenance of aircraft. The service tax in the economy should be in the fixed based system so that the percentage of other factors will automatically increase to the standard level in most of the sectors. 4. Lack of proper infrastructure: There is no proper infrastructure to land the airspace and that grows as another barrier for the aviation sector in India. As per the technology development systematic operations and other facilities that support aircrafts should be added. At airports aircrafts cannot be landed at peak hours and without that services passengers are passed through the same facilities and ending

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