CAPA India estimates USD36bn required by 2030 for airport infrastructure in India by 2030

CAPA India stated (20-Jun-2018) the fact that most of India’s 40 largest airports are expected to exceed capacity within the next few years while passenger traffic demand is projected to significantly increase means there is an urgent need for airport infrastructure development «of a size and scale attempted perhaps by only one other country», including construction of new terminals, new runways and new airports. According to CAPA India estimates, an investment of USD36 billion to USD45 billion will be required by 2030 to develop the airport capacity needed to support «one of the world’s largest and fastest growing aviation markets».

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