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Presented by:

K.Shashank 08E11E0036

Company Profile

Introduction
1. Jet Airways (India) Private Limited is India's leading private airline 2. Goyal began his travel career in 1967 at the age of 18 as a general sales agent (GSA) for Lebanese International Airlines 3. In May 1974, he formed his own company

4. Initial investment was $20 million


5. Jet Airways began domestic flight operations with four new-generations Boeing 737s on May 5, 1993

A Brief History

Board Of Directors

Mr. Naresh Goyal

Mr. Yash Chopra Mr. ShahRukh Khan

The founder Chairman

Principal Competitors International Market


British Airways South West Airlines

Domestic Market
King Fisher Indian Airlines Go Air Spice jet Indigo

Marketing Strategy

Market Segmentation: 2. Economic Class 3. Business Class 4. Premium class

Target customers 7. Business Class 8. Economic class(Jet lite)

Awards won by Jet Airways


The World Travel Awards, 2006 The Freddie Award - Highest Honour For Jet Airways TTG Travel Asia Awards Avion global Awards SATTE 2006 Awards Jet Airways wins the BEST CARGO AIRLINE OF CENTRAL ASIA award May 2008 Jet Airways wins customer and brand loyalty award for the second consecutive time Jan 2009 Mumbai, January 30, 2009

Acquisition of Air Sahara


Announcement to buy in Jan, 2006 Agreement to buy Air Sahara for $500 m (all cash) The Deal called off- Rat race begins again In court Off court battle Valued @ $500 m, bought at @ $338 m Birth of Indias largest Air Operator Air Sahara >>>>>> Jet Lite Jet airways opts to revamp To patch up or renovate; repair or restore

S.W.O.T. Analysis
Strengths
Market driver Experience exceeding 14 year Only private airline with international operation Market leader Largest fleet size - Weakness Loosing domestic market share Old fleet with average age around 4.79 years Scope for improvement in in-flight service Weak brand promotion - Threats Strong competitors Fuel price hike Overseas market competition

Opportunities Untapped air cargo market Scope in international service and tourism

JET AIRWAYS NETWORK

Products & Services


Products 1. On Ground Services 2. In Flight Services 3. Special Services 4. Jet Mail News Letter
SERVICES

5. Jet Kids
6. Jet Mobile 7. Cargo

1.First Class

4.In-Flight Entertainment

2.Premiere
3.Economy Class

5.Airport Lounges

Market Share
Others 2% Spice Jet 6%
Kingf isher 8%

Airlines Market Share


Jet Airwyas Indian Airlines

Air Deccan
Air Sahara

Jet Lite 10% Air Deccan 15%

Jet Airways 35%

Kingfisher Spice Jet Others

Indian Airlines 24%

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Fleet plan
100 90 80 70 63 53 3 8 6 8

86
79 10 10 10 8

60
50 40 30 20 10 0

8
8

42

49

53

58

Mar '06 BOEING 737s ATR

Mar '07

Mar '08

Mar '09 B777-300ER

A340-300/A330s

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Fleet Information
Air Bus 330-200 12 Air Crafts

ATR 72-500 12 Air Crafts

Boeing 737-400 1 Air Craft

Boeing 737-700 13 Air Crafts

Boeing 737-800 34 Air Crafts

Contd.

Fleet Information
Boeing 737-900 2 Air Crafts

Boeing 777-300ER 12 Air Crafts

Total No. of aircraft are 86

Share Price

229.20 13 Jul,

DATA ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION

Cash Eps( Earning per share)


Year Rs(in crores) % 2004-2005 98.34 100(base) 2005-2006 99.43 101.108 2006-2007 49.48 50.31 2007-2008 58.74 59.73

EPS = Net Earnings / Outstanding Shares


Earnings Per Share(Cash)
2008 59.73% 2005 100% 2005 2006
2007 50.31%

2007 2008

2006 101.76%

Current Assets, Loans And Advances


Particular Rs(in crores) % 2004-2005 2,156.27 100(Base) 2005-2006 4,091.31 189.74 2006-2007 3,402.32 157.78 2007-2008 4,145.67 192.26

Current Assets, Loans and Advances

2008 192.26%

2005 100%

2005 2006
2007 157.78%

2007 2008
2006 189.74%

Reserves and Surplus


Year Rs(in crores) %
Interpretation:
In the above table, the Reserves and Surplus of the company for the four years are depicted. The first year is taken as base & accordingly calculated the percentages for the other three years. Reserves and Surplus represent the profitability of the company. The companys Reserves and Surplus are constantly increasing year after year. They increased from 1664.56(100%) in 04-05 to 2,057.53(123.60%) where has in 06-07 (121.26%) and 07-08 (106.05%) the company reserves and surplus were decreased. There are less Profitability of the company appears to be drastic decrease in Reserves and surplus. The figures in the above table are being represented as a graph, here as under

2004-2005 1,664.56 100(Base)

2005-2006 2,057.53 123.60

2006-2007 2,018.48 121.26

2007-2008 1,765.42 106.05

Reserves and Surplus


2008 106.05% 2005 100%

2007 121.26%

2005 2006 2007 2008


2006 1123.60%

Current Ratio
Year Rs(in crores) % Interpretation:
In the above table, Current Ratio of the company for four years is depicted. It is calculated by dividing the Current Assets with the Current Liabilities. A Current Ratio of 2:1 is usually considered as ideal. If Current ratio is less than 2, it indicates that the business does not enjoy adequate liquidity. However, a high current ratio of more than 3 indicates that the firm is having idle funds and has not invested them properly. The figures in the above table are being represented as a graph, here as under :
2008 62.5%

2004-2005 1.52 100(Base)

2005-2006 2.19 144.07

2006-2007 1.38 90.78

2007-2008 0.95 62.5

Current Ratio
2005 100% 2005 2006

2007 90.78%

2007 2008 2006 144.07%

Findings, Conclusions & Suggestions

1.Findings, 2.Suggestions 3.Conclusions

Yeah !! The Joy of Flying.

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