The event will be jointly orgainsed by the Ministry of Civil Aviation (MOCA) and Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI). The annual event focuses on new business acquisition, investments, policy formation and regional connectivity.
It will also provide a fresh impetus to the aviation sector. Buyers, sellers, investors, and other stakeholders will be connected through focused forums.
Being the hub of aviation, Hyderabad remains a natural host for the event. This year’s theme will be ‘India@75: New Horizon for Aviation Industry’. Awards will also be presented to aviation related companies, institutions and organizations for their contributions to the sector on March 25.
Union minister for civil aviation, Jyotiraditya M Scindia will be inaugurating the event on March 25. He said, “Wings India 2022 epitomises the Government of India’s commitment to transform India into the world’s top civil aviation hub. It will bring investment and business opportunities creating millions of jobs for those looking to enter this industry.”
“Our new helicopter policy, drone policy, MRO policy and flying training organisation policy will promote the entry of Indian industry into opportunities that the civil aviation sector has to offer,” he added.
Meanwhile, the Minister of state for ministry of civil aviation, Gen Dr. V K Singh (retd) said, “Aviation sector acts as a growth multiplier including economic output, jobs and trade enabled through better connectivity. It has proved to be one of the largest contributors to the ‘Make in India’ initiative.”
Notably, there will be a panel discussion on helicopter industry, business aviation, Krishi UDAN, drones and others on March 24 and 25.
On March 26 and 27, there will be an exhibition and flying display by SARANG Team of the Indian Air Force.