Aviation & Airport Management

Aviation & Airport Management

India is one of the fastest developing countries in theworld. Aviation in India is broadly divided into two segments-Military and Civil aviation. The civil aviation industry in India has also accelerated during the last 10 years. Currently, India is the third largest domestic aviation market in the world and is even more expected to be the world largest domestic aviation market in the next 10 to 15 years.

The improvisation of various factors such as the introduction of low-cost carriers, modern airports, FDI in domestic airlines, the intervention of advanced information technologies and the ever-growing emphasis on regional connectivity has contributed towards a dynamic expansion of the civil aviation industry of India. According to a report, India has a large existing fleetof aircraft standing roughly at about 548 aircraft.

Owing to the quick rise of the demands in the civil aviation, it is expected that another 925 aircraft will be added in the next 5 years. The aviation market has continued to maintain its double-digit growth and hence it is evident that the aviation industry in India is not just growing but rapidly growing at a very highscale.

It's a known fact that the government-ownedAirportsAuthority of India (AAI) operates 122 airports In India and civil enclaves out of a total of 449 airports and airstrips located throughout India.And Indiahas 32 operational International airports and expecting 15 more new airports in the next 3 years giving job opportunities to Lakhs of Aviation aspirants. These positive impact of growth in the aviation industry is not entirely because of the huge investment it receives but also clearly because of the various major initiatives were undertaken by the government. India, being a country with vast geographical extent, the need for connectivity has always been a top target for all the government.

In the quest for overall regional connectivity, the government has awarded 325 routes to existing airlines as well as helicopter operators so as to enhance the flight services even to the hilly and the most remote areas. A huge amount of funds have been sanctioned for various airport building andmodernization projects. All these have been done to accelerate the growth even to a higher level. The introduction of the UDAN scheme by the government aims at making domestic connectivity especially the regional connectivity affordable andwidespread.

Summary: It is un-denying fact that aviation in India is gaining good growth and there are even more opportunities to take it higher. The only requirement remains good policies and relentless focus on quality, cost and passenger interest. Which we can achieve by creating quality employees matching ever growing industry standards.

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