How the Government of India is supporting aviation through a robust regulatory landscape to protect aircraft owners and operators and give confidence to new entrants to the market.
Cape Town Convention Bill progress and Aircraft protocol
Bilateral Air Service Agreements (BASA’s)
Other domestic regulations affecting India’s aviation sector
As India’s airlines look to the future and the use of SAF, what options are there to both reduce emissions and offset operation risk? Airports are stable investments, revenue generators and built with sustainability at their core. Can airlines tap into this?
How can India’s aviation sector develop a forward thinking framework to develop new relationships between airlines and airports?
What should the regulatory framework look like to develop new PPPs with concessions for green infrastructure?
Should the government head towards a more light touch approach?
Which opportunities are airlines best suited to pursue and expand their airport-based earnings?
Opportunities in India’s aviation infrastructure space - 100 airports and 1000 routes have been proposed by 2024.
Where will investment come from and what opportunities are there for both international and domestic investors and developers?
What role will airport and infrastructure development and modernisation play in opening up new routes in India?
Are there opportunities for international developers and investors to access new projects?
What role can Regional Connectivity Schemes play in the expansion of India’s airports?
How can airport operators keep costs down to attract more airlines?
Human capital development - Capacity building for skills and staff – what are the key challenges?