India Will Add About 100 Aircraft to Fleet Annually – Indian Civil Aviation Minister

22nd Aug 2022

India’s civil aviation minister  said that the country will have 1,200 planes in the next five years.

According to Indian Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia – India will add 100 to 110 airplanes annually citing the intention to add 15% capacity per year. In 2013, the country only had a total of 400 aircraft and subsequently rose to 700 come 2021-2022. Given the projected growth, the airlines in India will have 1,200 planes and service 400 million passengers by 2027

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