Monday, December 19, 2016

India will need $10-15bn for aviation infra

The country will require between $10 billion and $15 billion for the growth of aviation infrastructure.

Civil Aviation Ministry Ashok Ganapathi Raju told a conference on aviation here on Saturday that additional allocation is needed for this purpose. "We have a situation where certain airports are choked while there are 30 others which are lying unused," Raju a cabinet ministry in the Union Government said.

Raju told SITA aviation ICT conference here that the government has identified 40 roles in the aviation industry for skill training. This will help the industry to access a readily available pool of skilled and trained personnel in the country itself.
19/12/16 K Giriprakash/The Hindu Business Line
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