Keeping in mind the developing aviation industry, India will require an extra 34,000 pilots and 45,000 technicians by 2040, Airbus report expressed.
India will require 2,210 new airplanes throughout the following 20 years, as per Airbus’ most recent India Market Forecast. The armada could involve 1,770 new small and 440 medium and large airplanes.
The figure expressed that viewing India’s growing population, the traveler traffic in India will develop at 6.2 percent per annum by 2040, the quickest among the significant economies and well over the worldwide average of 3.9 percent. India will require 34,000 extra pilots and 45,000 technicians by 2040.
Remi Maillard, President and MD, Airbus India & South Asia said, “We have seen India’s domestic market develop strongly with our flagship A320 aircraft. It is time now for Indian carriers to unlock the potential of international travel in and out of India, leveraging the country’s demographic, economic and geographic dividends.”
“There must now be a refleeting and rethinking about future-oriented solutions with technology that paves the way for sustainable long-range travel. The A350 is the perfect solution for that,” Maillard added.
Airbus will convey more than one airplane to India every week for the following 10 years, the organization proclamation read.