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U.S. Commercial Service, New Delhi, IndiaLola Gulomova Email: Lola.Gulomova@trade.govYash Kansal Email :Yash.Kansal@trade.gov

India Aerospace Market


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Civil Aviation

India is the 9th biggest aviation market in the world.

India ranks fourth after US, China and Japan in terms of domestic traffic.

Total Airports/airstrips: 454, Airports Authority of India operates 139 airports. Rest with state governments, defense or private sector.

Domestic airlines in India currently operate 336 aircrafts with another 293 to be delivered by 2014.

GDP growth has spurred traffic demand.

Current GDP Growth Rate, more than 8%.

Air traffic set to grow at 1.5-2 times GDP growth.


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Market Potential

  • India has 0.04 trips per capita as compared to 0.15 of China and 2.12 of USA.

  • India has population of 1.1 billion with over 300 million strong middle class population with ever increasing disposable income influencing consumption and travel.

  • Tremendous growth potential as less than 2% Indians travel by air per year.

  • As per projections, Traffic Demand expected to grow by 15% per annum till 2015.


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Airports Infrastructure in India

Metro and Non Metro Airports

Srinagar

Leh

Jammu

Amritsar

Itanagar

Chandigarh

Pakyong

Lilabari

Tezpur

Bagdogra

DELHI

Dibrugarh

Guwahati

Agra

Jaipur

Lucknow

Jodhpur

Jorhat

Varanasi

Dimapur

Gwalior

Patna

Udaipur

Gaya

Bhuj

Barapani

Imphal

Ahmedabad

Khajuraho

Ranchi

Agartala

Jabalpur

Jamnagar

Vadodra

Bhopal

Silchar

Indore

KOLKATA

Gondia

Lengpui

Raipur

Cheithu

Bhubaneshwar

Rajkot

Jamshedpur

Aurangabad

Bhavnagar

Nagpur

MUMBAI

N

Pune

Gulbarga

Jharsuguda

Hyderabad

Vizag

Belgaum

Vijayawada

Goa

Bellary

Tirupati

Bangalore

Mangalore

CHENNAI

Port Blair

Pondicherry

Coimbatore

Calicut

Trichy

Cochin

Madurai

Trivandrum


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CivAir Opportunities

  • Procurement of over 1000 airplanes over the next 20 years valued at $ 120 billion or $ 6 billion every year.

  • Up-gradation/modernization of both Metro and Non-metro airports and a new layer of linkages with 2-tier/ 3-tier cities. Development of Greenfield Airports. Potential airport infrastructure investments of $ 10 billion over the next 3-5 years.

  • Large evolving market for general aviation including helicopters.

  • Pilot Training Academies & Service Center .

  • MRO Efforts – Boeing investing $ 100 million

  • Upgradation / Modernization of CNS/ATM system by AAI. U.S. companies focusing to ADS-B and ATFM.


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Institutional Mechanisms in Civil Aviation

High Technology Cooperation Group(HTCG)

Aviation Coorporation Partner (ACP)

U.S. – India Joint Aviation Steering Committee (JASC)


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U.S.-India Aviation Cooperation Program (ACP)

  • The US-India Aviation Cooperation Program (ACP) was established in 2007 as a Public - Private Partnership between the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), the US Trade and Development Agency (USTDA), the Commercial Service, other US Government agencies, US Aviation Companies, and the Government of India

    • Focus Areas

    • Air traffic management modernization

    • Airspace and airport analysis, development, and planning

    • Aviation support industry development

    • Aviation human resources

    • Aviation safety

    • Aviation security

    • U.S. civil aviation companies are encouraged to become a member of ACP. Please visit http://www.acp-india.com/


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Defense Aviation

  • Largest Global Buyer, $ 60 Billion over Next 5-7 Years

  • Dependent on imports

  • Russia is Historic Supplier (70% Market)

  • Commitment and Compliance are Key

  • Offsets are important


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U.S – India Institutional Mechanisms for Dialogue (Defense)

Senior Technology Security Group (STSG)

Joint Technical Group (JTG)

Defense Procurement and Production Group (DPPG)

Defense Policy Group (DPG)

Service-to-Service Executive Steering Groups (ESGs)

Military Cooperation Group (MCG)

Defence Joint Working Group (DJWG)


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Defense Opportunities (Defense)

  • U.S. –India defense relationship on upswing. Few recent U.S. ‘wins’ include:

    - Boeing’s P8I worth $ 2.1 billion

    - Lockheed Martin C-130J worth $ 1 Billion

  • $ 25 billion major aerospace programs where U.S. companies are currently competing include:

    - $ 11 billion MMRCA,

    - $ 4 billion transport aircrafts,

    - $ 4 billion Jaguar and LCA engines,

    - $ 3 billion heavy lift and attack helicopters,

    - $ 2 billion in maritime-reconnaissance aircrafts

    - $ 1 billion trainer aircrafts



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Lola Gulomova Email: Lola.Gulomova@trade.gov (Defense)

Yash Kansal Email: Yash.Kansal@trade.gov

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Connaught Place,

New Delhi 110001 India

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