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Reinventing Air Navigation Services
A case for corporatisation
Thursday, 21 January 2021 | 4:00 PM IST
5.30 AM New York | 10.30 AM London | 2.30 PM Dubai | 6.30 PM Singapore | 9.30 PM Sydney
As the industry’s leading aviation consulting, research and knowledge practice, CAPA India’s mission over the last 17 years has been to deliver genuine and practical solutions to the numerous global and Indian clients that have engaged us to provide sound advice. We have completed more than 200 advisory projects across the value chain, and released hundreds of industry insight and analysis reports. In the post-COVID environment, we are more determined than ever to deliver positive outcomes for the aviation community based on innovative, solutions-focused thinking.
When market growth returns post-COVID, one of the critical challenges for Indian aviation will be to ensure that there is significant and continuous investment in developing a world class air navigation services infrastructure, with a rigorous focus on safety as the primary objective, whilst maintaining cost efficiency and environmental awareness.
In order to achieve this, significant capital expenditure will be required in technology, equipment, people, and training, supported by a new organisational culture. The Airports Authority of India has performed its responsibilities as an air navigation services provider with great care and commitment. However, in this webinar we will explore the case for implementing a new future-focused model rather than making ad hoc revisions to the existing structure.
Key topics to be explored in this webinar are:
Review of air navigation services provision in India
Benchmarking of the AAI against global best practices
Impact of current structure on performance, people, and access to capital
Potential benefits from corporatisation of the Indian ANSP
Global case studies of corporatisation
Recommendations for a new corporate governance structure for ANS in India
Based on our research and analysis, CAPA India will present its outlook and recommendations, which will be pressure-tested in the second half of the webinar by a panel of industry experts.