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Bench Marking of Airport

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         This project is about benchmarking of top International Airports with different keymeasures are being used in it for benchmarking from a financial point of view of Delhi International Airports. This project is done on the bases of terms and conditionor guidelines of Operational management & Development Agreement (OMDA) whichwas signed by GMR consortium on 4 th day of April, 2006I have gained a useful knowledge form GMR. I experienced a beneficial trainingsession helped me in my future how to work in an organization. It was under theguidance of  Mr. Rajesh arora (General Manager Accounts & Finance, now VicePresident) and his team helps me a lot and the result is I successfully completed myproject on benchmarking of airport. Through out my training program I came to know several terms and condition that Iwas completely unaware of at a time. The extreme professionalism involved and hard work of the team members wastremendous. The systematic working and functioning of the airport were detailed tome in the beginning of my training period. Later these processes helped meunderstand the organizations work pattern even more. My work involvedbenchmarking of airports so as to compare and analyze the position of the DelhiInternational Airport among the other International Airports of the world. The datafor the comparative study was mainly acquired from the internet.I purely focused on how to work in an organization. once again I want to say thankto all team members who helped me during training session. The Delhi International Airport is the busiest airport in India in terms of number of daily flights and the second-busiest in India in terms of passenger volume. Theairport serves as the primary civilian aviation hub for the National Capital Region of India. The airport was previously operated by the Indian Air Force and was a part of the Palam Airport until its management was transferred to Airport Authority of India. In May 2006, the management of the airport was passed over to a jointventure, known as Delhi International Airport Limited (DIAL) and led by GMR Group,which will also have the responsibility for the airport's ongoing expansion andmodernisation. The old Palam terminal is now known as Terminal 1 and handles alldomestic flights. The terminal has been divided into three separate terminals - 1A(for domestic flights of state owned Indian Airlines and Kingfisher Airlines), 1B (forall other domestic airlines) and Domestic Arrival Terminal. There is also a separate Technical Area for the use of VVIP movements. Additionally there is aseparate Hajj terminal for catering rush during Hajj.Owing to the booming Indian Aviation industry and the entry of numerous low-costprivate carriers, the airport saw a huge jump in passenger traffic and has failed to  cope with the demand. The capacity of Terminal 1 is estimated to be 7.15 millionpassengers per annum. However, the actual throughput for 2005/06 was anestimated 10.4 million passengers. Including the international terminal (Terminal 2),the airport has a total capacity of 12.5 mppa whereas the total passenger traffic in2006/07 was 16.5 million passengers per annum . In 2007, there was a 6.5 millionincrease in the airport's passenger traffic, making the number of passengers 23million that used the airport. In 2008, total passenger count at the airport reached23.97 million.Delhi Airport has two parallel runways and a non-parallel runway: a new runway11/29(14,534ft (4430m))with CAT IIIB ILS on both sides, the main runway 10/28(12,500 ft (3,810 m)) and an auxiliary runway 09/27 (9,229 ft (2,813 m)). Runway28 is one of the few runways in Asia and the only one in South Asia equipped withCAT III-B instrument landing system. In the winter of 2005 there were a recordnumber of disruptions at Delhi airport due to fog/smog. Since then some domesticairlines have trained their pilots to operate under CAT-II conditions of a minimum350 m (1,100 ft) visibility. On 31 March 2006, IGI became the first Indian airport tooperate two runways simultaneously following a test run involvinga SpiceJet plane landing and a Jet Airways plane taking off at the same time.As there is an Indian Air Force Base in the flight path of Delhi airport it is necessaryfor civilian aircraft to make a five-minute detour to avoid over-flying the militaryfacility. In previous years the IAF used to close Delhi airport for use during annualcelebrations to mark its raising day. As of 2006 such activities are conducted atHindon Air Force Base to reduce disruption to civilian air traffic at Delhi airport. BENCHMARKING FOR IMPROVEMENT OF MAJOR AIRPORTSWORLDWIDESandeep Singh-  This note presents the concept of benchmarking of airports from the perspectiveOf financial statements and air statistics. Benchmarking is valuable for threereasons: ã Provides basic data otherwise difficult to obtain ã Defines world class standards for facilities ã Identifies priorities for improving the physical design at individual airports.Effective benchmarking thus focuses on objective data of capacity orperformance that can be measured and observed across widely differentoperations, rather than on data that is either subjective derived by fromwidely different accounting practices.
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