“Indian aviation industry on a trajectory of growth”

Mr. SGK Kishore, CEO, GMR Hyderabad International Airport Ltd. (GHIAL), envisions a bright future for the Indian Aviation especially with the Government’s keen focus towards developing the aviation industry.

RGIA was recently adjudged as 1 airport in the world in 5-15 MPPA category by the passengers in the survey conducted by Airports Council International’s (ACI) in its Airport Service Quality (ASQ) programme. GMR Group has been a pioneer in the aviation sector in India starting first with Hyderabad and later expanding into the national gateway at Delhi and most recently into the new greenfield airport at Mopa in Goa. The group has also expanded into overseas markets, having successfully built and operated airports in Turkey, Maldives and Philippines over the years. According to Mr. SGK Kishore, CEO, GMR Hyderabad International Airport Ltd. (GHIAL), “Indian aviation is on the trajectory of high growth, especially with the government’s current focus towards developing the aviation industry in the country into the world’s 3rd largest by the end of the decade. While world-class aviation infrastructure has already been built up using PPP model in the 4 metro airports in the country, the focus is now shifting to creation of aviation infrastructure to the other parts of the country. Now with the tier-2 and tier-3 cities coming to the forefront of the growth vortex, a lot of activity is on with respect to airport infrastructure development in the country.” Read More…


Credit By : voyagersworld


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