USIBC Launches India Civil Aviation Task Force

The US-India Business Council (USIBC) launched an India-Task Force on civil aviation to focus on identifying opportunities for implementation based on the National Civil Aviation Policy. Palash Roy Chowdhury, managing director-India, Pratt & Whitney will chair the entity, and Amber Dubey, partner and head of aerospace and defense, KPMG in India will be the co-chairman.

“India has witnessed annual growth exceeding 20% in domestic traffic with total passenger traffic estimated to reach 270 million by end of this year,” USIBC said, reports the Times of India.

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USIBC president Mukesh Aghi said, “Our member companies are committed to the success of the government’s flagship programs such as the Regional Connectivity Scheme and Make In India, and bringing the best in technology in related areas such as airport infrastructure and security, MROs and skill development.”

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