Hyderabad: Wings India 2022, which was inaugurated by Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia here, was described by him as the largest civil aviation conference in the whole of Asia.
Lauding the Ministry of Civil Aviation and The Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI), he said, “the Prime Minister’s Gati Shakti is a twin-pronged initiative to give impetus to all kinds of infrastructure.”
“It is very encouraging to know that we have emerged stronger, India’s airport infrastructure will grow from 140 to 220 airports by 2024,” Scindia said adding that the Indian aviation sector is ready for challenges.
The minister saw the static display area showing a range of aircraft from wide-body Airbus 350 to small aircraft and helicopters. The airshow has attendees from all over the country.
The Exhibition has participants including Aircraft and Helicopter Manufacturers, Aircraft Interiors, Aircraft Machinery and Equipment Companies, Airport Infrastructure Companies, Drones, Skill Development, Space Industry, Airlines, Airline Services and Cargo.