Friday, February 24, 2017

Advisory body surveys Surat airport for traffic potential

Surat: CAPA India, South Asia's leading aviation advisory and research institution, has started a survey to assess air traffic potential of the Diamond City.
Sources said the research team members from CAPA India were in the city to get a sense of the airport's potential and also met various industry organizations in the last two days. CAPA - Centre for Aviation- is a leading provider of independent aviation market intelligence, analysis, reports and data services, covering worldwide developments on a daily basis. The institution offers an extensive range of information services developed by global team of writers and analysts covering an entire spectrum of commercial aviation.
CAPA India team members were in the city on an invitation extended by the city-based 'We Want a Working Airport at Surat' (WWWAS), a social media group fighting for air connection for the city.
'WWWAS' member Linesh Shah said, "CAPA India is a leading name in the aviation research and analysis. Its team members were in the city to study the potential of air traffic from Surat and also met various stakeholders. The report prepared by CAPA India will be used by commercial airline companies to explore air traffic potential of the Diamond City."
24/02/17 Times of India

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