Sh. Narendra Damodardas Modi
Prime Minister of India


International Exhibition and Conference on Civil Aviation sector, providing a congenial forum catering to the rapidly changing dynamics of the sector, focusing on new business acquisition, investments, policy formation and regional connectivity.

It will provide a much desired fillip to the aviation and restructured focused forums shall be instrumental in attaining the objective of connecting the Buyers, Sellers, Investors and other stakeholders at a common vantage forum ‘WINGS INDIA 2018' from 8- 10 March , Begumpet Airport , Hyderabad, India. Hyderabad being the hub of Aviation is remain the natural host of the event.

Sh. Ashok Gajapathi Raju
Minister of Civil Aviation Govt. of India

Sh. Jayant Sinha
Minister of State for Civil Aviation



  • India is one of the fastest growing aviation market and currently the ninth largest civil aviation market in the world with a market size of around US$ 16 billion.
  • India is projected to be the third-largest aviation market by 2026 and the largest by 2030.
  • About 1.4 Lakh scheduled international aircraft movements of Indian airlines in FY17, 9.7% growth over FY16.
  • During the FY 2017, domestic air passenger traffic growth year over year is 20 percent.
  • The airlines operating in India are projected to record a collective operating profit of Rs. 8,100 crore (US$ 1.29 billion) in fiscal year 2016.
  • During FY17, domestic passenger traffic increased by 22 per cent in comparison with growth rate of 21.24 per cent in FY16.
  • Airports across the globe are planning on increasing their spending on new technology to keep up with surging passenger traffic, which is expected to double to 370 million by 2020.
  • India's air cargo is estimated to grow at 9 per cent over the next few years, according to Mr Ashok Gajapathi Raju, Minister for Civil Aviation, Government of India.
  • Domestic air traffic is expected to grow 25 per cent and cross 130 million in financial year 2017-18.
  • 31 Currently served airports, 12 underserved airports and 27 underserved airports to connect 128 RCS routes


Conference on Civil Aviation sector with focus on policy issues and business aspects will be held concurrent with the exhibition. Eminent speakers, policy makers....

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Regional Connectivity

UDAN (Ude Desh Ka Aam Naagrik) - World's first Regional Connectivity Scheme to Connect un-served & Under-served airports and boost regional tourism and economic growth....


UDAN- World’s first Regional Connectivity Scheme to connect un-served & Under-served airports and boost regional tourism and economic growth.

  • Path breaking element of National Civil Aviation Policy-2016, the scheme envisions enhancing regional connectivity through a market-based mechanism.
  • Passanger fares capped at Rs. 2500 for an hour long fligh to enhance affordability and connectivity.
  • 31 currently served airports, 12 underserved airports and 27 unserved airports to connect 128 RCS routes.
  • Revival of 50 airports through infarsturcture upgradation of Rs. 4,500 Cr. In the next two years.
  • 13 Lakh new airlines UDAN seats added annually under first round of UDAN for a viability Gap Funding( VGF) of Rs. 205 Cr

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