Government of India Federation of Indian Chambers
Ministry of Civil Aviation of Commerce and Industry
2nd International Conference
on Civil Aviation
March 4, 2010 Hyderabad, India
Partner Country : France
Focus Country : USA
In association with
Overseas Associate: Supported By:
Airports Authority of India Directorate General of Civil Aviation Pawan Hans Helicopters Ltd.
2nd International Conference
on Civil Aviation
March 4, 2010 Hyderabad, India
ndian aviation sector has transformed from an over regulated and under managed sector to a more open, liberal and
investment friendly sector in the recent years. The sector is undergoing significant developments with the changing scenario in
the country. The government has taken several steps in the direction of structural policy reforms and initiated new policies which
are encouraging foreign investments under public-private partnership projects.
India is gradually becoming a focal point in the global aviation map with the growing air traffic (passenger and cargo), route
expansion, followed by major airport infrastructure developments. It is estimated that India would be the world's fastest growing
aviation market over the next 20 years not only in terms of passenger and cargo traffic but also in the areas of equipment supply,
technology upgradation, maintenance, repair & overhaul (MRO), training, ground handling, cargo handling operations and other
non aeronautical revenues as well.
v dollar airport infrastructure investments planned to handle growing air traffic of over 580 million passengers by
Airport Authority of India plans investment of $1 billion to modernize 35 non metro airports. It also plans to develop 10
green field airports
Foreign equity up to 100% permitted in airport infrastructure
vservices at 80 airports to be upgraded
v multi modal cargo hubs
vopportunities in MRO with a potential to service a fleet of 1000 commercial & 500 general aviation aircraft.
Conference on Civil Aviation
India Aviation 2008 - Conference
As a part of India Aviation 2008, the International Conference on
Indian Aviation: Scaling New Heights was held on October 16,
2008 at Hotel Taj Krishna, Hyderabad. The conference was
instrumental in bringing more than 500 delegates from leading
aviation companies across the globe.
With more than 30 industry experts, Hon'ble Minister of State for
Civil Aviation, Govt of India, and senior government officials at the
conference, it was by far the most thought provoking platform to the
domestic as well as the global players to share and better
understand the emerging challenges & opportunities in the civil
About Conference (2010)
Civil Aviation industry experts from all over the world will meet again on 4th March 2010 at India Aviation Conference 2010, the
2nd International conference on aviation industry jointly organizing by Ministry of Civil Aviation, Government of India and
Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI).
The conference, which runs alongside, India Aviation 2010, India's largest event on civil industry including exhibition,
conference, flying and static display of aircrafts, will bring together senior management and business leaders from across the
globe, including airport operators, developers, infrastructure authorities, regulatory bodies, plus specialists in investment, air
traffic control, security and airport technology.
The India Aviation 2010 Conference will offer a forum for all sectors in the civil aviation industry to debate, network and do
business in India. The conference will examine outlook for airport businesses across the globe, with particular focus on
addressing the challenges of the current global economic crisis and preparing for future opportunities.
The conference will explore the links between efficient airport infrastructure and operations and sound environmental
management, and showcasing how this can lead civil aviation to become a more economic, operational, social,
environmental, thereby sustainable, business.
Indian Aviation Industry: Global Investors Perspective
v Cooperation in Civil Aviation
v Session on Opportunities in Aviation Infrastructure Development
v Dimensions of Air Space Management
v Session on Future Technologies for Sustainable Development of Aviation Industry
Objective of the Conference
v a common platform for informative and interactive sessions among government officials, policy makers,
industrial leaders, academia and potential investors.
v the current industry situation in terms of industry structure, product development and operational
v the challenges that airlines are currently facing especially in the wake of the global economic slowdown
and volatile oil prices.
v the need to change the regulatory landscape that affects how airlines and airports currently operate.
v the latest technologies, and provide opportunity to exchange innovative ideas, best practices to
enhance safety while minimizing risk in all aspects of an aviation operation, from aircraft operations on the ground
and in the air through operations involving crew scheduling, flight crews, and hangar operations.
von the role of technology in the Air Traffic Management (ATM) to make sky's safer.
v the challenges in achieving the balance between the long term, economic and environmentally
sustainable development of airports.
The India Aviation conference will provide a platform to delegates from across the globe to exchange ideas with the expert
speakers and fellow participants on the latest developments in the sector. Presence of policy makers, senior government
officials, domain experts and global leaders from civil aviation sector offers tremendous on the spot business opportunities
to the participating delegates.
It's the largest trade show for the aviation sector in India
It's your chance to meet top global business leaders in the aviation industry
You get invited to special networking events
v showcase/ disseminate your company and products to key government and industry buyers
You get to
Who Should Attend?
This Conference will bring together industry, government, legal, financial, and academic experts from around the world to
address the most critical issues facing civil aviation. Professionals from civil aviation authorities and transport ministries,
airlines, airports, air traffic services providers, aviation security providers as well as personnel of organizations directly
involved in supporting the aviation business such as air cargo operators, insurers, risk managers, manufacturers, law and
consulting firms, military personnel and international and regional organizations will be attending the conference.
v regulatory bodies/ authorities
Civil aviation v policymakers
v and research bodies
Academic v& logistics services
Air navigation service providers v
Air traffic management service providers
Aircraft manufacturers and leasing firms v
Airport management companies & organizations v
Airport turnkey solution providers
Aviation consulting companies v
Aviation investment firms
Aviation service providers v
Aviation training institutions
Design, construction and engineering companies v
Ground handling agents
Hotel, leisure and entertainment v development companies
v banks & financial institutions
Maintenance, repair & overhaul companies (MRO) v restaurant chains
Security and v
Terminal interiors & lighting
Ministry of Civil Aviation, Government of India
Ministry of Civil Aviation is the nodal Ministry responsible for the formulation of national policies &
programmes for development and regulation of Civil Aviation and for development and regulation of Civil
Aviation and for devising & implementing schemes for the orderly growth and expansion of civil air
transport. Its functions also extend to overseeing airport facilities, air traffic services and carriage of
passengers and goods by air.
Federation of India Chambers of Commerce & Industry (FICCI)
FICCI - The largest & apex organization of Indian business & industry is the rallying point for free
enterprises in India. With a nationwide membership of over 1500 corporate and over 500 chambers of
commerce and business associations, FICCI speaks directly and indirectly for over 2,50,000 business
units, FICCI organizes a large numbers of events including Exhibitions, Conferences, Seminars,
Business Meets etc. for promoting business. FICCI organized Aero India2007 at Bangalore, the largest
International exhibition in the country, jointly with Ministry of Defence & Farnbrough International Limited,
International Exhibition & Conference on India Aviation 2008 with Ministry of Civil Aviation.
For participation & sponsorship opportunities, please contact:
Mr Abdul Salam/ Mr Prem Balodi
FICCI, Federation House,
1, Tansen Marg, New Delhi - 110001
Phones Direct: +91-11- 23765082/23325368, and
Board: +91-11- 23738760-70 (11 lines) Extn - 457 & 414
Fax: +91-11- 23320736 (D), 23721504