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Indian Aviation Sector to directly employ 1 lakh more people in the next two years

The Ministry of Civil Aviation has informed a parliamentary committee that the Indian aviation sector is expected to directly employ 1 lakh more people in the next two years. “Conservative estimates show that the current direct employment in the aviation and aeronautical manufacturing sector is around 2,50,000 employees,” MoCA revealed.

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DCT-Abu Dhabi to organise ‘Summer like you mean it’ webinar today at 3pm

Department of Culture & Tourism-Abu Dhabi are organising a webinar titled ‘Summer like you mean it’ today at 3pm. The webinar will help the trade to learn about the summer offerings in the emirate including family friendly attractions, entertainment and leisure venues, hotels, and much more. To register, contact jaspreet.kaur@ddppl.com or call +9650196532.

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Scindia: India seeing democratisation of aviation, to reach 40 crore air travellers in 4 years

Speaking at the launch of the maiden flight of Akasa Air, Jyotiraditya M. Scindia, Union Minister of Civil Aviation, said “Because of the foresightedness and visionary goal and zeal of the Prime Minister that we have seen first time in India, the democratisation of the civil aviation. In next 4 years we are expecting 40 crore travellers through Civil Aviation in India.”

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InfoComm India 2022, premier audio-visual tech event, from 5 -7 Sept

After two years of virtual presentations, InfoComm India 2022, India’s Premier Professional AudioVisual and Integrated Experience Technology Event, is welcoming all visitors in person to fully immerse in the InfoComm India experience again. The Show is slated for 5 – 7 September at the Bombay Exhibition Centre in Mumbai. Having facilitated business continuity albeit virtual events in 2020 and 2021, Show Organizer InfoCommAsia is thrilled to be bringing the in-person Show back this year – this time, thanks to its tried-and-tested online facilities, with added stakeholder confidence in being disruption-ready as well as in further industry engagement beyond borders. Said Richard Tan, Executive Director of InfoCommAsia, “Ready to claim back the past two years, the industry is all geared up to reconnect in person, and share learning points and innovative advancements towards the disruption-ready demands of the new business landscape. And where better to meet than in India, the fastest-growing economy in 2022. Projected by the IMF to be the 5th largest economy by 2025, opportunities to deepen existing and build new business relations abound.” Visitors can expect a deeply engaging Show experience with an even wider array of innovative business capabilities to tap into. The Exhibition InfoComm India 2022 will host a gathering of the best and brightest luminaries in the Professional AudioVisual (Pro-AV) and Integrated Experience Technology sectors. 160 exhibiting companies, hailing from over 15 countries, will be presenting their innovations in Mumbai’s biggest exhibition space, spurring visitors to concretize their vision and elevate their projects and endeavors. Solution-seekers across India, in industries ranging from education to government, hospitality to healthcare, broadcast to enterprise, will find the answers they need at InfoComm India 2022. They can expect to …

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Each state should focus on promoting its 3Ts, Trade, Tourism, Technology, through every Indian Mission: PM

Addressing the seventh meeting of the Governing Council (GC) of NITI Aayog, Prime Minister Narendra Modi aid that each state should focus on promoting its 3Ts, Trade, Tourism, Technology, through every Indian Mission around the world. This was the first physical meeting of the Governing Council since the onset of the pandemic.

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Outbound trips from India will surpass $42 billion by 2024

Outbound trips from India will surpass USD 42 billion by 2024 and the government could bring about certain policy changes to boost this growing market, revealed a report titled ‘Outbound Travel and Tourism – An Opportunity Untapped’ by Nangia Andersen LLP in association with FICCI. “The Indian outbound travel market is among the fastest growing markets globally with approximately 80 million passport level of purchasing power, especially among the middle class,” said the report.

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