Is wide-body becoming the future of air travel in India?

| July 19, 2017

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India will continue to see a meteoric rise in air passenger volumes. As the country’s economy continues to grow, Indians will continue to be increasingly mobile, internationally and domestically. The growth of Indian aerospace activities is further spurred on by a favourable policy regime and the launch of National Civil Aviation Policy (NCAP 2016) which focusses on the critical pillars of ‘affordability’ and ‘connectivity’.

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