India’s aviation industry is expected to record US$5bn investment in the next four years.

18.6%

annual growth in India's domestic air traffic.

294mn

was total passenger traffic in FY20 (till Jan 2020).

US$50bn

Value of orders placed by Indian carriers for new aircraft.

UDAN

scheme improving regional air connectivity.

3rd

largest civil aviation market as per domestic traffic by 2020.

91

international carriers, including 5 Indian carriers active currently.

100%

FDI allowed for both greenfield and brownfield airport projects.

1,200

aircraft to make up the total fleet of Indian airliners by 2024.

US$3bn

to be spent by the AAI on airport modernization from 2016-2020.

Federation of Indian Airlines

http://www.fiaindia.in/contact.html

+91-11-46 16 13 18/ 19/20

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Represent the airline industry and focuses on inter-airline cooperation.

International Air Transport Association

+65 6499-2424

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Driving a safe, secure and profitable air transport industry worldwide.

Civil Air Navigation Services Organisation

info@canso.org

+31 (0)23 568 5380

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It is the global voice of air traffic management worldwide.

Airports Authority of India

gmcommercial@aai.aero

01124632950

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AAI manages 125 airports in India.

investment opportunities

  • Infrastructure- Government keen to modernise airport infrastructure through Nextgen Airports for Bharat initiative.
  • Regional connectivity - India plans to connect unserved and under-served airports under the UDAN-2 scheme.
  • Investment - US$1.6bn worth of investment opportunities in building new passenger and cargo handling capacity.
  • Cargo - By 2023, total air freight traffic in India is expected to touch 4.1mn tonnes from 2.9mn tonnes currently.

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