Emirates annual operations support more than 86,000 jobs across India generating almost US$1.7 billion in
Forecast for 9,200 deliveries worth $270 billion till 2025; Brazil, Russia, India, China remain the bright spot
Tony Tyler, Director General, IATA talks about his views
India will require over 1600 new passenger and freighter aircraft to help meet growth in demand in the 20 years from 2015 to 2034, according to the latest Airbus’ global market forecast.
India 20 year highlights
· Over 70% of in-service fleet and backlog orders, 56% of in-service fleet
· 8.4% annual growth in passenger traffic (global average 4.6%)
· New aircraft needs: 1,200+ single aisle
GHAOI asked to submit a position paper on key aspects of draft national civil aviation policy
The ‘United for Wildlife’ initiative, created by the Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry
IndiGo has taken the delivery of its first Airbus A320 Neo aircraft, which will make it Asia’s first and world’s second Neo operator.
Erstwhile Kingfisher Airlines (KFA) employees have appealed to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to intervene
IndiGo is India’s biggest airline by market share. The airline had expected its first A320neo in December 2015 and nine jets by March
DGCA will ensure the highest level of safety in the Indian aviation system