India Aviation 2008

September 23, 2008 by  
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The India Aviation 2008 is an exciting event for the country, as well as the aviation industry in India. In recent years India has seen a growth in the aviation industry, with the two main airlines operating in the country, Air Sahara and Jet Airways, gaining competition with the introduction of various other airlines into the market, including Indigo, Air Deccan, Kingfisher Airlines and SpiceJet. With the increase of private airlines, the industry has opened up doors to give way to business ventures and opportunities in regard to maintenance and repair of aircrafts, aircraft manufacturing, development of infrastructures and various employment prospects in the airline service field.

The Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry, Ministry of Civil Aviation and the Government of India joined forced to organize the first hosting of India Aviation 2008. It will be the first time that the Civil Aviation sector of India is able to invite exhibitors and guests to such a magnificent international event, with Hyderabad Airport as the venue, to promote and exhibit the aviation industry. It will take place from the 15th to the 18th of October and promises to be an unforgettable experience.

Not only will India Aviation 2008 assist in encouraging international companies within the industry to enter into business ventures within the country, but offer networking opportunities and showcase the positive changes within the aviation industry in India. To meet the biggest players in the Indian aviation industry, one will have to look no further than the inauguration and networking dinner, with the inauguration being done by the Hon’ble Minister of Civil Aviation.

There will be numerous events and attractions at India Aviation 2008, such as static displays, media conferences, chalets, demonstration flights, exhibitions, stands and aerial displays. Aircraft from around the world can also be seen at the event that will total approximately thirty-six different types of aircraft. Many countries such as the United States of America, Germany and Canada have confirmed their support of the exhibition, as have an abundant amount of companies that will be attending. For India and its aviation industry, the exhibition is an important event, not only for the present time but to assist in its development in the future.

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