2. Tata Airlines (first commercial airlines of India) was founded
by J.R.D. Tata in 1932.
India is the 9th largest civil aviation market in the world in
India’s civil aviation market is set to become world’s 3rd largest
by 2020 and expected to be largest by 2030.
In the financial year 2017, airports in India witnessed a
domestic passenger traffic of about 205 million people.
Investments worth US$ 6 billion expected in the country’s
airport sector in next 5years.
Passenger growth has been in double-digits for the last 40
India's domestic air passengers grew 16.9% YoY to 10.5m in
1. Changing Lifestyle of People
2. Highly Trained Staff
3. Dealing with
4. Fastest Transportation service
5. No substitute for International
travelers as efficient as airlines
1. Lack of Infrastructure
2. Expensive Wages to Staff
3. High Maintenance Cost
1. Improvement in Investment
2. Technological Advancement
3. Increased Revenue
4. Percentage of people travelling
in airlines is increasing gradually
1. Economic Downturn
2. Increasing Cost of Fuel
3. Shortage of Skilled Manpower
4. Overseas Market Competetion
1. Continued liberalisation and
open skies policies
2. Privatisation of state owned
3. Reduced government
4. Rising terrorism.
1. Recession, a substantial decrease
in air travel across the world.
2. Increased competition from low
3. Increased oil prices.
4. Difficulty in determining demand
and costs due to recession.
1. Online ticketing
2. Net connectivity and ease of
planning the travel with
multiple options available.
3. Robust changes in engine
1. People have more airline
2. Customers have become more
sophisticated and demanding.
3. Increased trend to travel and
4. Fear of air travel due to
5. List Of Top Airlines In
2. Jet Airways
3. Air India
4. Spice Jet
5. Go Air
6. Air Asia
7. Vistara Airlines
8. Air India Express
6. IndiGo was founded in 2006 as a private company.
It commenced operations on 4 August 2006 with a service from New
Delhi to Imphal via Guwahati
In December 2010, IndiGo replaced state-run carrier Air India as the
third largest airline in India, behind Kingfisher Airlines and Jet
Airways with a passenger market share of 17.3%
In January 2011, after completing five years of operations, the airline
got permission to launch international flights.The airline launched
international services in September 2011
On 17 August 2012, IndiGo became the largest airline in India in
terms of market share surpassing Jet Airways, six years after
7. In January 2013, IndiGo was the second-fastest-growing low-cost
carrier in Asia behind Indonesian airline Lion Air.
In August 2015, IndiGo placed an order of 250 Airbus
A320neo aircraft worth $27 billion, making it the largest single order
ever in Airbus history.[
IndiGo announced a ₹3,200 crore (US$500 million) initial public
offering on 19 October 2015 which opened on 27 October 2015
It is the largest airline in India by passengers carried and fleet size,
with a 39.6% market share as of October 2017.
It is also the largest individual Asian low-cost carrier in terms of jet
fleet size and passengers carried, and the Seventh largest carrier in
Asia with over 41 million passengers carried in 2016.
8. •Market Share: 39.4%
•Passenger load Traffic : 90.7%
•Share Price: Rs 1210
•IndiGo is not only the most efficient low fare operator
domestically but is also comparable with global low cost
•9 consecutive years of profitable operations
•Fleet of 155 aircrafts.
9. 1. Only LCC to make
2. Indigo Airlines is one of
the major airlines in India in
terms of market share
3. Indigo Airlines has entered
international markets has
boosted its brand value
1. Indigo airlines has
limited market share
due to intense
2. Still has to establish
itself on international
1. Opening up of more
International routes can
boost business of Indigo
2. Largest market share
among LCCs in Indian
3. Middle class taking to the
skies can be a opportunity
for Indigo airlines
1. Plenty of new LCCs to
compete with for Indigo
2. Rising labour costs and
changing Govt policies
3. Rising Fuel Costs can
affect business margins for
10. Single type
What makes Indigo different from others
18. Ratio Previous Year
Current Ratio 1.41 1.97
Quick Ratio 1.37 1.94
Net Profit Ratio 12.4 8.9
ROA 0.15 0.10
ROE 108.47 43.9
ROCE 32.8 12.89
EPS 58.17 45.94
EPS Growth rate 36.93 (54.06)
P/E Ratio 15.84 22.89
PEG Ratio 0.42 (0.42)
19. Since Indigo has not performed well in financial results in
current year comparing to previous year.
But it is the first largest airlines in India in terms of Market
It is consistently making profits comparing to its peers.