The event will showcase the aviation industry’s best in commercial, general and commercial aviation, showcasing the latest innovation technology and aircraft machinery. Wings India 2022 provides a common platform to buyers, sellers, investors and other stack holters to discuss various aspects of the aviation industry.
In this program, where commercial discussions will be held on the first two days, it will be opened to the general public in the remaining two days. As part of the ‘Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav’, the theme of the event is “India75: New Horizons for the Aviation Industry”.
The program will focus on new business acquisitions, investments, policy making and regional connectivity. The show will have exhibition, discussion, demonstration, exhibition and flying demonstration by Sarang team of Indian Air Force. Apart from this roundtable/panel discussion on Helicopter Industry will be done in the event.
The event will also include Business Aviation, Krishi Udaan, Golden Age of Drones, Indo-US Roundtable Conference with AMCHAM, Drone Demonstration, Global CEO Forum and Wing India Awards 2022 celebrations. Several foreign dignitaries, ambassadors, representatives from various fields of aviation will also attend the event.
These include airlines, airport operators, airport agencies, civil aviation authorities, consultants, engineering, flight/simulator training, flight operations/transportation, maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) agencies, pilots/trainers, sales, service or support professionals. Are included.
The Wing India Awards will also be presented to those aviation-related companies/institutions/organizations who have made significant achievements in the field of civil aviation in India and have also made significant contributions. Civil Aviation Minister, Jyotiraditya Scindia will formally inaugurate the event on Friday.
On the eve of the event, he said that “Wing India 2022 is a symbol of the Government’s commitment to transform India into the world’s top civil aviation hub. I am confident that the platform that Wing India provides will address the concerns of the stakeholders in the civil aviation sector.” Will work to synchronize policy making with