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Airport news / 8 March 2014 /
On the occasion of International Women’s Day, Airports Authority of India demonstrated the spirit of equality between men and women by operating unique all-women Air Traffic Services…
Airport news / 21 February 2014 /
New Integrated Terminal Building, NSCBI Airport, Kolkata has been conferred with award by Indian Building Congress for “Excellence in Built Environment 2013”…
Airport news / 11 January 2012 /
Article 15 of Convention on International Civil Aviation requires that all aerodromes open to public use should provide uniform conditions for the aircraft….
Airport news / 11 March 2011 /
AAI to deliver enhanced systems that will enable the exchange of ATC messages with data link-equipped airlines…
It gives me great pleasure indeed to present the Indian Regional Focus in International Airport Review. At the outset, I would like to compliment IAR for the yeoman service they are rendering to the Global Aviation fraternity by keeping us up to date with developments the world over.
Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA) is undergoing a major transformation, under the stewardship of Delhi International Airport (P) Limited (DIAL). The airport is being modernised with the addition of new terminals, runways and other passenger convenience infrastructure.
India is one of the fastest growing economies in the world and the Indian aviation sector is moving even faster. The aviation sector has clocked a phenomenal growth rate of 20-25% over the last few years and it is projected that it will maintain a healthy growth rate in the coming decade.
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