India to showcase booming aviation industryApril 7th, 2008 - 3:18 pm ICT by admin
New Delhi, April 7 (IANS) Over 150 top aviation firms and airlines, including Air India, GVK, GMR, Kingfisher and Jet Airways, are set to take part in a three-day international exhibition on airport infrastructure, security and services beginning here Thursday. Titled `Aerodrome India-2008′, the expo would showcase India’s growing aviation industry, besides offering business opportunities for the companies.
The event will help the civil aviation sector bring airlines, vendors and government bodies under one roof, said Pradeep Devaiah, chairman of PDA Trade Fairs, one of the organisers.
PDA Trade Fairs, in a statement, said that the event would also have interactive sessions like seminars and lectures to address issues related to the aviation industry.
“The event will also have special sessions on customer service, connectivity, cargos and hubs besides airport infrastructure,” it added.
The other organisers of the event include Society of Indian Aerospace Technologies & Industries, Aeronautical Society of India and Airport Council International.
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