AAI scouting for biz opportunities in consultancy and other fields abroad
Airports Authority of India (AAI) is looking beyond national boundaries and interests and is undertaking new business initiatives by exploring global aviation markets for providing consultancy, construction, management services, export services and exploring operations abroad in relation to airports, air-navigation services, ground aids and safety services.
AAI is venturing into unexplored business territories with an aim to generate more and better business opportunities and to maximise and enhance its non-aeronautical revenues. This is also a step towards establishing AAI as a trustworthy global player in airport operations.
At the 12th CII-EXIM Bank Conclave on India Africa Project Partnership Exhibition on March 9 at Taj Palace, New Delhi, AAI showcased its cutting-edge technologies like GPS-Aided GEO Augmented Navigation (GAGAN), No Objection Certificate Application System (NOCAS), Airport Infrastructure consultancy services and very recently launched SKYREV360 - AAI's innovative comprehensive e-billing solution for data gathering, invoicing and realisation of aeronautical and non-aeronautical charges offered to Air Navigation Service Providers (ANSPs) and Airport Operators worldwide. AAI's stall was inaugurated by Anuj Aggarwal, Member (HR), AAI in the presence of foreign delegates, senior officials from CII and EXIM Bank.
King Mswati-III, Kingdom of Swaziland, Dr Ruhakana Rugunda, Prime Minister and Leader of Government Business, Republic of Uganda and Stephane Wenceslas Sanau, Minister of Trade and Industry, Burkina Faso visited AAI stall and appreciated AAI's contribution to the aviation sector globally.
The business delegates accompanying dignitaries held discussions with the Business Development Team of AAI present at the exhibition about the possible of trade partnerships with AAI in the field of aviation.
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