International Exhibition and Conference on Civil Aviation sector, providing a congenial forum catering to the rapidly changing dynamics of the sector, focusing on new business acquisition, investments, policy formation and regional connectivity.
It will provide a much desired fillip to the aviation and restructured focused forums shall be instrumental in attaining the objective of connecting the Buyers, Sellers, Investors and other stakeholders at a common vantage forum ‘WINGS INDIA 2020' from 12 - 15 March, Begumpet Airport, Hyderabad, India. Hyderabad being the hub of Aviation remains the natural host of the event.
Flight Operations/ Transportation Government
Head of Department
Pursuant to the success of WINGS 2019, MOCA and FICCI is organizing WINGS INDIA 2020 - Asia's largest event on CivilAviation (Commerical Aviation and GA/BA), providing a congenial forum catering to the rapidly changing dynamics of the sector, focusing on new business acquisition, investments, policy formation and regional connectivity.
More than 5,000 sq mtrs of exhibition area
More than 150 exhibitors
Only focused event on Civil Aviation Industry
Delegation from around the world
India's Civil Aviation among the fastest-growing aviation markets globally, with Fy18 recording 20% year on year growth
3rd largest aviation market by domestic air passenger traffic which stood at over 12.3 crore in FY18 registering a growth of 19% CAGR from FY14
75 airports opened in 75 years of Civil Aviation in India while in 16 months of UDAN, 56 airports & 31 heliports awarded
Distance down by Scheduled Operators rose to 19, 941 crore km (FY 18) from 11.404 crore km (FY 14), recording 15% CAGR growth
587 aircraft of scheduled Indian carriers operating year around; private scheduled airlines plans to add over 900 aircrafts in the next 5 years
Witnessing continuous expansion with total air cargo handled at ~ 34 lakh MT, recording a 10% CAGR from FY14
Undergoing strong revival, domestic non-scheduled passengers grew to 14 lakh (FY18) registering a 6% growth
Comprehensive regulatory policies and strategies adopted to reduce aviation carbon footprints
2 lakh people are directly employed in various segments across aviation industry with substantial growth ahead
Incorporated systematic approaches to redress passenger grievances, and improve operational efficiency across the system