U.S. – India Aviation Summit 2011

Sponsored by the U.S. Trade and Development Agency (USTDA), in cooperation with the India Ministry of Civil Aviation, U.S. Federal Aviation Administration, and the U.S.-India Aviation Cooperation Program, the U.S.-India Aviation Summit will promote greater cooperation between the U.S. and Indian aviation stakeholders. The event will also highlight U.S. based financiers, equipment and service providers who can help meet India’s aviation priorities.

With an expanding consumer base, the Indian aerospace industry is one of the fastest-growing aviation markets in the world. The Indian government’s open sky policy has attracted major global aerospace companies, which has led to rapid growth in the sector. The U.S.-India Aviation Summit will serve as a technical, policy and commercial forum to assist civil aviation representatives from India identify advanced technologies and practices that best suit expansion and modernization needs.

The conference will convene top business and government decision makers from India and the U.S. to advance aviation development including regulatory and legal frameworks, technology and services, financing, public/private sector initiatives and best practices.

The Summit will promote advanced U.S. technical approaches and encourage a high-level dialogue to address key issues related to air traffic management and control, aviation security, and airspace utilization throughout India. The Summit will support the long-term strategic and commercial relationship between the Indian and U.S. aviation industries and present substantial commercial opportunities for U.S. equipment and service suppliers of avionics and aviation-related technology and services. Public-private partnerships for India’s rapidly growing aviation market will be explored.

DATE: November 16-18, 2011
PLACE:New Delhi, India

Ms. Nina Kundra, Director
Email: n-kundra@bciu.org
Telephone Number: 212-490-0460 (U.S.) or +91-81-30150217 (India)

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