The Aerobatic show on Day 1 showcased the Extra 300L by Indian Air Forces’ Mark Jeffery Team and ALH Dhruv helicopters by Indian Air Forces’ Sarang Team
Wings India 2020, the biennial civil aviation and aerospace event kickstarted with 100 plus exhibitors, over 20 states and 500+ delegates participating. Wings India 2020 is scheduled from 12 to 15 March, 2020 at Hyderabad.
Speaking at the Day-1 of ‘Wings India 2020’, organised by FICCI, jointly with Ministry of Civil Aviation and Airports Authority of India, Anand Stanley, Chairman, FICCI, Civil Aviation Committee and Managing Director, Airbus India while addressing a press conference emphasised on India’s requirement of nearly 1,900 new passenger and cargo aircraft in the next 20 years. These new additions will help propel India’s domestic traffic growth, which is one of the world’s highest at this time.
The Aerobatic show on Day 1 showcased the Extra 300L by Indian Air Forces’ Mark Jeffery Team and ALH Dhruv helicopters by Indian Air Forces’ Sarang Team, read a statement from the Ministry of Civil Aviation.
On static display were Embraer E195, Honda Jet HA420, Diamond DA42, Cessna 182T, Cessna 206, Bell 505, Dornier 228.
With respect to the business opportunities, first day of the event-initiated discussions and conversations from airlines, exhibitors and companies’ combined to recognise and celebrate the excellence, triumphs and innovations of key stakeholders within the Aviation industry.
Day 2 will be hosting an exciting line-up of conferences and panel discussion to enlighten the industry by addressing the challenges and opportunities that Indian Aviation Industry faces today.