On a high growth trajectory, the global aviation industry is ushering in an era of rapid expansion. The International Civil Aviation Organization has predicted a 100 percent increase in global air travel by the year 2030, creating a need for extensive efforts to bring the entire aviation ecosystem to pace.
To ride the strong tailwinds and pave the way forward for the sector, the Ministry of Civil Aviation, Government of India, in collaboration with FICCI is organizing first of its kind Global Aviation Summit with a theme “Flying for all - especially the next 6 Billion” on 15-16 January, 2019 in Mumbai, the financial capital of India.
Determining the growing demand for air travel especially in emerging economies, the Summit aims to provide a platform to the stakeholders to brainstorm over the future of aviation industry and identify the growth areas. The Summit also offers the stakeholders an opportunity to explore, deliberate and understand how technology-driven innovations will change air travel in the decades to come.
The event will host experts and CEOs from Global Aviation Fraternity emphasizing upon the latest trends, futuristic aircraft and cutting-edge technologies. It also gives the opportunity to highlight latest concepts like drones, air taxis, volocopters, new jets and ultra-light aerial electric vehicles etc. It will also entail discussions on airports of future, innovations, safety & security, financing & leasing, sustainability and growth drivers - cargo, logistics.