Extracts from the CAPA India Airline Outlook FY2022
We have run out of words to describe the state of Indian airlines. But as we have repeatedly emphasized, the industry is standing on the edge of a cliff. This is true even for airlines with access to large pools of capital. To know more or order your copy of the CAPA India Aviation Outlook FY2022, visit https://www.capaindia.com/outlook
CAPA India Aviation Outlook FY2020: Q2 Update
December 2019: FY2020 should have been a good year for the industry, and indeed it started off well. But after two quarters the situation appears to be quite the opposite. This quarterly update examines not only developments in Q2, but also includes a broader strategic review of macro issues in the sector which have a bearing on outcomes.
CAPA India Aviation Outlook FY2020: Q1 Update
June 2019: CAPA released its Indian Aviation Outlook for FY2020 in February 2019. Since the Outlook was initially released, the market experienced a significant development with the suspension of operations by Jet Airways, which was the largest international and the second largest carrier in India. This will have notable implications for traffic growth, fleet expansion, competitive dynamics and financial performance, as presented in this quarterly market update.
Regional Aviation in India and the Status of the Regional Connectivity Scheme
February 2019: The vast majority of India’s population resides outside of the metros, but connectivity to smaller towns and cities remains under-developed. This report highlights the key features of regional airline operations in India and includes an overview of the mechanics of the Regional Connectivity Scheme.
CAPA India Pilot & Manpower Forecasts
February 2019: Over the next 10 years, the rapid growth of India’s aviation sector will drive demand for 250,000 additional staff across the industry, from pilots to cabin crew, engineers, management, commercial, financial and operational specialists, ground handlers, air traffic controllers etc. This presentation includes CAPA’s manpower forecasts and an overview of the key strategic issues facing the industry, such as the availability of education and training infrastructure, labour productivity, competition from other markets and the absence of a long term plan for skills development.
CAPA India 20-year Market & Fleet Forecast
February 2019: India is currently the fastest growing major aviation market in the world. And optimism about future expansion is reflected in the fact that amongst leading markets, India has the highest ratio of aircraft on order to aircraft in-service. This presentation highlights CAPA’s 20-year projections for domestic and international air traffic and fleet size in India.
Indian Aviation: A USD250 billion Investment Opportunity
February 2019: Investments in the Indian aviation sector, and their corresponding economic impact, are expected to outperform GDP growth over the next 20 years, and could represent a USD250 billion opportunity by FY2040. In this presentation, CAPA summarises historic and projected investment flows by sector.