New airports and cargo facilities for India spell opportunities for Turkish service provider
Turkish companies are showing keen interest in tapping into the latent demand for air, ground and cargo services in India, where the aviation sector is looking at investing $30 billion in the next 15 years to meet growing traffic demands. ‚ÄúIn India, 12 greenfield airports are currently being developed because the country's unique geographical position offers an opportunity to become a global hub for airlines,‚ÄĚ says India's aviation secretary, Nasim Zaidi. By 2025, the number of ...
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