March 16-20, 2016 Hyderabad, India
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  • India is one of the fastest growing aviation markets and currently the ninth largest civil aviation market in the world
  • By 2020, passenger traffic at Indian airport is expected to increase to 450 million from 159.3 million in 2012-2013.
  • More than 85 international airlines operate to India and 5 Indian carriers connect over 40 countries
  • India is projected to be 3rd largest aviation market by 2020
  • 50 airports under low cost model to be developed all over the country, including under PPP
  • Travel and tourism market is forecasted to grow 7.9% to USD 270.5 Billion in 2023 from USD 119.4 billion in 2012
  • Spending on business travel is estimated to increase to USD 85.6 billion in 2023 from USD 30.9 billion in 2013, while that on leisure travel is forecast to rise to USD 221.8 billion from USD 77.8 billion
  • Development of disaster relief, tourism , medical evacuation and services is an window of opportunity opening in Indian Market for Helicopters manufacturers. Due to the sheer versatility, Helicopters sector have a significant growth opportunities
Policy support and demand growth unlocking large investment potential

Policy support and demand growth unlocking large investment potential

  • The Indian aviation sector likely to see investments totalling USD12.1 billion during the Twelfth Five Year Plan
  • Of the total investment, USD9.3 billion is expected to come from the private sector
  • Success of PPP formats will raise investment in existing and greenfield airports

Huge potential to develop India as an MRO hub

  • The Indian Aviation Industry aims to boost MRO business in India, which is currently worth US500 million and is estimated to grow over US1.5 billion by 2020
  • MRO facilities are developed at Gurgaon and Nagpur
  • Indian airline companies spend over 13-15 per cent of their revenues on maintenance, which is the second-highest cost component after fuel

Leverage on non - aeronautical revenues, improved technology

  • Airport developers can now draw on wider revenue opportunities such as retail, advertising and vehicle parking
  • Future operators will benefit from greater operational efficiency due to satellite based navigator systems like 'Project Gagan' which is in development phase
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