CRISIL Ratings estimates that airports in New Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad and Bengaluru, which cater to nearly 55 per cent of IndiaÂ’s air traffic, and which are operating near-full capacity, will need to spend heavily on expansion through 2021.
The government is likely to allow airlines to handle ground operations on their own in the countryÂ´s airports, a key change of stance that will meet the demand of carriers and end a court case on the matter. The change will be part of the new civil aviation policy.
The 4th India Warehousing Show lifted the spirit of logistics industry by bringing complete supply chain solutions on one platform from 8-10 July at Pragati Maidan in New Delhi. Exhibition featured 210 exhibitors, 380 live technologies from 25 countries and was attended by 7,818 trade visitors representing 220 cities globally.
Bharat J Thakkar, an innovative entrepreneur, has been closely involved in the international air cargo industry for over 40 years and has been responsible for many Â´firstsÂ´ in IndiaÂ´s air cargo industry, including bonded trucking and door delivery of cargo.