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Growth & Fate Analysis of Mangalore International Airport – A Case Study

Shetty, Pavithra Kumari and Aithal, Sreeramana (2020): Growth & Fate Analysis of Mangalore International Airport – A Case Study. Published in: International Journal of Case Studies in Business, IT, and Education (IJCSBE) , Vol. 4, No. 2 (25 August 2020): pp. 71-85.

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The aviation industry is an expeditiously growing industry in the current scenario. In this regard, Mangalore International Airport is contributing so much to the Aviation industry and engendering revenue to India. The Mangalore Airport commenced functioning in 1951 with the more minute runway at Bajpe. It was called Bajpe Aerodrome, later in the development, it became International Airport and acquired more space by purchasing the land from the local inhabitants. Now its enlarged Mangalore International Airport and accommodating to the international Passengers. In 2012 Mangalore International Airport got a clear status to identify it as International Airport. Currently, four airlines are functioning actively. The kingfisher airlines and Jet airways were operating in this airport before their closure. In this paper, we have endeavored to analyze the complete saga of the development of Mangalore International Airport along with its economic analysis. The paper identifies advantages, benefits, constraints, and disadvantages (ABCD listing) of PPP in aviation from various stakeholders’ points of view and also highlights the predictive analysis of the aftermath situation where the famous Adani Groups takeover of the Airport business under Public-Private Partnership.

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