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India 20 Year Forecast – Market & Fleet

India is currently the fastest growing major aviation market in the world. And optimism about future expansion is reflected in the fact that amongst leading markets, India has the highest ratio of aircraft on order to aircraft in-service. This presentation highlights CAPA’s 20-year projections for domestic and international air traffic and fleet size in India.
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Indian Ground Handling Sector

The growth in aircraft movements and passenger numbers is driving the expansion of ground handling activities. This presentation explores the size of the ground handling sector, the volume of self-handling, the prospects for future growth, and the outcome of the recent tenders for concessions at multiple AAI airports.
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The India Outbound Leisure Opportunity

The outbound travel market from India is estimated to be close to 20 million passengers, but who are these travellers; where are they going and why? And how can the market be stimulated further? This presentation will drill down into issues of critical value for airline network planning, airport route development and destination marketing.
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Unlocking the Potential of Inbound Tourism

India receives around 17 million annual inbound visitors, but the vast majority are visiting friends and relatives. Only around 15% are leisure tourists, representing a significantly smaller number than received by competing destinations. Based on CAPA’s India Inbound Tourism Report, this presentation will outline the steps required to unlock the economic potential of the market.
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Regional Aviation in India & the Status of the Regional Connectivity Scheme

The vast majority of India’s population resides outside of the metros, but connectivity to smaller towns and cities remains under-developed. This report highlights the key features of regional airline operations in India and includes an overview of the mechanics of the Regional Connectivity Scheme.
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CAPA India Pilot & Manpower Forecasts

Over the next 10 years, the rapid growth of India’s aviation sector will drive demand for 250,000 additional staff across the industry, from pilots to cabin crew, engineers, management, commercial, financial and operational specialists, ground handlers, air traffic controllers etc. This presentation includes CAPA’s manpower forecasts and an overview of the key strategic issues facing the industry, such as the availability of education and training infrastructure, labour productivity, competition from other markets and the absence of a long term plan for skills development.
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