India, with over 100 operational airports, is the world's fastest growing and 3rd largest domestic aviation market.
annual growth in India's domestic air traffic.
was total passenger traffic in FY20 (till Jan 2020).
Value of orders placed by Indian carriers for new aircraft.
scheme improving regional air connectivity.
largest civil aviation market as per domestic traffic by 2020.
international carriers, including 5 Indian carriers active currently.
FDI allowed for both greenfield and brownfield airport projects.
aircraft to make up the total fleet of Indian airliners by 2027.
to be spent by the AAI on airport modernization from 2016-2020.
Considering the growth projections, its direct impact on the passenger journey, the cost of infrastructure and the impact on the speed and efficiency of passenger processes, The Ministry of Civil Aviation has taken up a key initiative to reimagine air travel in India looking beyond the conventional “build a bigger airport to manage more passengers” to look for innovation and technology for better and cost effective solutions.
The National Aviation Safety Plan 2018-2022 is an outcome of some of the activities described in the State Safety Programme (SSP), experience gained in the implementation of State Safety Plan 2015-2017, evaluation of the performance of the safety priorities and work undertaken by the stakeholders in implementation and maintenance of their Safety Management System (SMS). It also incorporates the Global Safety Priorities contained in the Global Aviation Safety Plan (GASP) and the Regional Safety Plan of (RASG-APAC).
Only 60% of the Indian airspace is freely available. Herein, restrictions on utilisation of the Indian Air Space will be eased so that civilian flying becomes more efficient This is expected to bring a total benefit of about Rs.10 billion per year for the aviation sector.
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India has a well-oiled enterprise promoting machinery that is backed by strong legislative, judiciary, executive and capital establishments
With 70% market share, runs design, engineering and research facilities
With engineering centres in India, a major supplier to aerospace sector
Runs 7 manufacturing plants and 5 R&D centres for global operations
A major supplier of commercial aircraft, manufactures aerospace components
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India has a well-oiled enterprise promoting machinery that is backed by strong legislative, judiciary, executive, and capital establishments