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MoCA, AAI and IATA Organised the International Aviation Summit

International Aviation Summit in Delhi was organised by the Ministry of Civil Aviation (MoCA), the Airports Authority India (AAI) and International Air Transport Association. The summit commemorates the approaching milestone of double-digit domestic growth for Indian aviation from the past 50 months. There was an overwhelming response to the summit, which was attended by more than 700 delegates and leaders from the global aviation fraternity.  
Speaking at the occasion, Suresh Prabhu, Union Minister for Civil Aviation, said, “We are here to celebrate India’s phenomenal growth in the Aviation Sector, in the last 50 months. Many businesses, particularly aviation, cannot survive and cannot thrive without that partnership. The Minister of Commerce is in the process of preparing a road map for India towards a 5 trillion dollar economy. While 60% of that will come from services, aviation remains amongst the principle contributor to this.”
The Summit served as a platform for discussing optimal regulatory and policy landscape for aviation, airport infrastructure roadmap, developments across the related, best practices and innovative approaches for sustainable aviation growth.