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Jet Airways, can the airline weather the storm?

India’s growing, but brutal aviation industry Impact of Jet’s failure on several stakeholders? A brief timeline of the crisis Revival plan, a succinct account on bank-led Provisional Resolution Plan Can the company reinvent its operational model?   ‘Notoriously difficult’ is how India’s airline industry is often described. The cut-throat...

Etihad Airways, what went wrong?

Why is Jet Airways sustenance crucial for Etihad Airways? What went wrong with Etihad’s strategy? Etihad’s restructuring plan   Jet Airways, a full-service carrier accounting for 14% of the market share in India, is yet another airline in the eye of the storm for its financial woes. While the collapse of Jet Airways will benefit other airlines in India, it...

Entrance of ULCCs in Canada, can they survive and thrive?

Why Canada is one of the most expensive nations for air travel? Canada’s airline industry’s duopoly, Air Canada and WestJet commands c. 85% of the market Introduction of ULCC’s into Canada   Canada is said to be one of the most expensive countries for air travel in the world. It is estimated that every year approx. five million Canadians cross the border...

United Technologies Corporation’s new restructuring plan to create a new kind of giant?

Overview of the United Technologies Corporation’s spin-off Dominance of the United Technologies in the aircraft supplies space with the new acquisition Road ahead for the aerospace industry   United Technologies Corporation (UTC), the global leader in providing high-technology products and services to the aerospace and commercial building industries worldwide is...

US commercial space launch industry at a tipping point with the rising of small rocket players

The commercial space launch industry witnessing a transition towards Low Earth Orbit (LEO) satellite launches Emergence of numerous small rocket start-ups Increased consumer affordability for space launches   In the past decade, the global commercial space launch industry witnessed a boom in both the interest and the development, mainly from the communication...

Indian aviation sector woes, Jet Airways facing the brunt

Indian aviation sector, the fastest growing in the world Indian market is unique and is a buyer’s market Jet Airways facing the liquidity crunch and is on the block   India is currently the seventh largest and the fastest growing civil aviation market globally, it has witnessed a healthy passenger traffic growth of 13.4% CAGR (2012-13 to 2017-18) and is poised to...

Air India for sale, no takers for the national carrier?

Overview of the segments for the sell-off Shortcomings and challenges of disinvestment   Air India, which is India’s premier airline and is run by the government has been facing a financial and operational crisis for the past several years. The performance-related inefficiencies and a continuous loss-making made the operations unsustainable. While the talks for...

MC-21, the Russian aviation wonder?

Will MC-21's entry as the medium range commercial aircraft redefine Russia’s role in the sector? MC-21 and its challenges Airbus and Boeing vs. MC-21?   Russian aircraft industry is one of the most innovative in the world, the aviation manufacturing in Russia has a century old legacy. But, the dissolution of the USSR impacted the development of new aircraft, this...

Pressures faced by legacy carriers

Global air travel has immensely grown over the past decade and there are signs of continued expansion. The air connectivity was positively impacted by the increased growth of Middle East hub carriers. The International Air Transport Association (IATA) reported that revenues increased to the US $746 billion (2014) from the US $369 billion (2004).  Thus, besides competition within...

Booming market for the aircraft leasing industry

The sizable portion of the growth in the aircraft leasing industry can be attributed directly to consistent demand from the emerging markets, rising per-capita GDP, growth in passenger traffic and increasing international tourist travel. Airlines lease aircraft to either reduce the financial burden associated with procuring aircraft or to provide flexibility to meet variations in demand. A...

Battle of the Low-Cost Carriers

The aviation industry has witnessed a mammoth growth in the last decade. IATA or the International Air Transport Association reported that revenues in the sector increased to $746 billion (2014) from $369 billion (2004). A significant portion of this growth can be attributed to the low-cost carrier segment, which is said to account for about 25% of the market share. LCCs or the “no-frills...

Budget Vs Premium Airlines.

Operational benchmarks that unmask the financial performances. The strong financial performance of an air carrier requires not only a solid brand proposition, but sound operational strategies, that evolve in a continuous dynamic environment. Although the list could be exhaustive, operating characteristics include high operating margin routes, strong network on routes...

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US commercial space launch industry at a tipping point with the rising of small rocket players

The commercial space launch industry witnessing a transition towards Low Earth Orbit (LEO) satellite launches Emergence of numerous small rocket start-ups Increased consumer...

Battle of the Low-Cost Carriers

The aviation industry has witnessed a mammoth growth in the last decade. IATA or the International Air Transport Association reported that revenues in the sector increased to $746 billion (2014)...

United Technologies Corporation’s new restructuring plan to create a new kind of giant?

Overview of the United Technologies Corporation’s spin-off Dominance of the United Technologies in the aircraft supplies space with the new acquisition Road ahead for the aerospace...

Indian aviation sector woes, Jet Airways facing the brunt

Indian aviation sector, the fastest growing in the world Indian market is unique and is a buyer’s market Jet Airways facing the liquidity crunch and is on the block   ...

Booming market for the aircraft leasing industry

The sizable portion of the growth in the aircraft leasing industry can be attributed directly to consistent demand from the emerging markets, rising per-capita GDP, growth in passenger traffic and...

MC-21, the Russian aviation wonder?

Will MC-21's entry as the medium range commercial aircraft redefine Russia’s role in the sector? MC-21 and its challenges Airbus and Boeing vs. MC-21?   Russian...

Entrance of ULCCs in Canada, can they survive and thrive?

Why Canada is one of the most expensive nations for air travel? Canada’s airline industry’s duopoly, Air Canada and WestJet commands c. 85% of the market Introduction of...

Air India for sale, no takers for the national carrier?

Overview of the segments for the sell-off Shortcomings and challenges of disinvestment   Air India, which is India’s premier airline and is run by the government has been...

Budget Vs Premium Airlines.

Operational benchmarks that unmask the financial performances. The strong financial performance of an air carrier requires not only a solid brand proposition, but sound...

Etihad Airways, what went wrong?

Why is Jet Airways sustenance crucial for Etihad Airways? What went wrong with Etihad’s strategy? Etihad’s restructuring plan   Jet Airways, a full-service...

Pressures faced by legacy carriers

Global air travel has immensely grown over the past decade and there are signs of continued expansion. The air connectivity was positively impacted by the increased growth of Middle East hub...

Jet Airways, can the airline weather the storm?

India’s growing, but brutal aviation industry Impact of Jet’s failure on several stakeholders? A brief timeline of the crisis Revival plan, a succinct account on...