The passengers carried by domestic airlines has increased by 41% from 129 million in Jan 2013- December 2014 to 181 million in Jan 201-Dec 2016. The growth of the industry is being propelled by the development of airports, presence of several low-cost carriers, a liberalized FDI policy, increasing adoption of information technology, and focus on improving regional connectivity.
By 2036, India will have about 478 million airline passenger traffic, which will be more than that of Japan( just under 225 million) and Germany (Just over 200 million) combined. India’s current passengers traffic is about 141 million. “All indicators lead to growing demand for global connectivity. The world needs to prepare for a doubling of passengers in the next 20 years. Its fantastic news for Innovation and prosperity, which is driven by air links. It is also a huge challenge for industry to insure we can successfully meet this essential demand. And at GROUND TO SKY we focus on high-end training of student with the Expert & Experienced Trainers & Mentors.