India to spend more than $12 billion on aviation through 2017

The Indian government has confirmed it will spend more than $12 billion on aviation as part of its 12th Five Year Plan (FYP), which finalizes at the end of 2017. A large proportion of the projected investment will go into launching and developing up to 200 new airports at secondary and tertiary...

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