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how the following key factors have effected the development of the aviation industry: low cost airlines increased number of domestic airlines India's improving economy

actually my question is how the following factors have effected the development of aviation industry....... low cost airlines increased number of domestic ailines and India's improving economy

give me the positive effcet of low cost airline of developing the aviation industry give me the positive effcet of low cost airline of developing the aviation industry

1. Since, these airlines are economical therefore it is easier for the middle class to go by air. 2. Less time consuming, therefore people prefer to go by no frill airline instead of trains."

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Low cost airlines are the need of the day - gone are the days when you had to pay exorbident airfares to fly from city to city. There should be more budget airlines, so that companies who claim to be full fare carriers are kept in check. They charge a bomb on the excuze that they provide meals & other allied services. It is a pity they are unable to adjust to the new environment & provide a good deal to their old frequent fliers. We were exploited previously. Regarding development of the industry - it will develop regardless of high or low fares. Where there is a will there is a way. I see no way in which you can justify higher fares in the name of development of aviation. Airlines had a Monopoly for so many years yet Jet or Indian were in no way able to develop the aviation industry despite having higher fares. noone benifited only airline co's who are now longing to see those old days again.

After 2003 the open sky policy lunched. through this policy the various airlines started flying without and bound. for that reason the aviation industry started to grow very fat. the low cost airlines made the cost of travelling chipper and the distance became shorter. so passengers started to travel by plane. by this its earned a huge profit and a big boom happen in aviation industry. for this fleet's accommodation and purpose of flying new track and hanger made and also many airports and may related industry created, like ground staff, cabin crew, etc. for this reason many staffs recruited. so that the per capita income increased and the jobless persons got jobs. for maintenance of the airlines new roads are made. it also made us feel good to use the foreign goods. now a days this industry is growing faster and many persons getting jobs. so in future this industry will make history to recruiting a huge number of staffs and it'll make our economy more developed than any other country.

1.Scheduled Airlines 2.Charter Airlines 3.Low cost Airlines 1.Scheduled Airlines 2.Charter Airlines 3.Low cost Airlines

The cost of aviation school is highly dependent on the level of aviation training you require. Pilots training for an average level of aviation can end up paying between 35,000-50,000 dollars for their credentials.

India has one of the fastest growing rates for aviation. With more domestic airlines entering the market, it increases competition and lowers ticket prices. An increase in travel also helps the airport collect more in landing fees and gate rentals thereby allowing the airport to make upgrades and have the airport look nicer and newer. I also think more airlines are being formed as India is becoming a richer nation. Many corporations are moving in and hiring people from India so the people's standard of living has started to improve. That allows them to have more money to spend and therefore more people are starting to fly to different cities. With the many low-cost airlines India has, it has made air travel affordable to more people.

Some of the low cost airlines include Porter airlines, Spirit airlines, US Airways, and even Jet Blue. These airlines vary in their pricing depending on the season.

10 years back there were just 2 airlines. Both state owned . In the last 10years the economy has opened up. India has experienced growth rate of 8% per year. The main factors which effect the Indian Economy are:- 1. Increased no. of domestic airlines 2. Low cost airlines 3. India's improving economy the other factors are:- 1. Increased in no. of business travellers to different countries 2.Incresed no. of incoming tourist and business enterprises

Costs in the airline industry include equipment, maintenance, fuel, rent and personnel. An often overlooked expense is the cost of using airports. The airlines pass this amount on with ticket prices.

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There are a number of European airlines that offer low cost air cargo services. These include: Air North, Austrian Airlines, Lauda Air, and Brussels Airlines.

Low cost airlines are usually very much cheaper than the other airlines. The snag is that you have usually have a lower baggage, sometimes bad service and NO meals, although some low cost airlines do have snacks you can buy. Low cost airlines are better for shorter/domestic flights (i.e. 5 hours or less), but for long/international flights, just for your comfort, an ordinary airline would be better. So for short/domestic flights low cost airlines are better but for longer/ international flights ordinary airlines are best.

all major US airlines and low cost carriers

South West is the lowest cost airlines.More:One bad thing about SW: it makes you switch plans a lot.

There are over a 100 airlines in the americaS. The most popular and well known airlines is American Airlines and United Airlines. The most famous low cost airlines are South-West and North-West Airlines

There are websites such as Moneysavingexpert which give comparison information on low cost airlines. It is also possible for consumers to look at the websites of the airlines to work out what each airline offers and then compare them themselves.

Continental Airlines, American Airlines and Northwest Airlines all ship animals.Call each for price quotes.

Danish A. Hashim has written: 'Capacity utilization in Indian Airlines' -- subject(s): Airlines, Cost of operation, Indian Airlines, Management

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