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India generally, that no less than 88 times as large as the Netherlands, considered one of the fastest growing aviation regions in the world. The country has six international airports and more than four hundred other airports. The Indian government is planning the airports of Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai and Kolkata - the four main airports of the country - to be leased to private companies. Such concepts are successfully at airports in other countries. In addition, there are projects for building new international airports at Bangalore, Hyderabad and Goa. The airports at Delhi and Mumbai have been modernized. For the growth of air traffic in this vast country, to consider the Indian airport authorities for a number of smaller airports to develop. In a study by the National Council for Applied Economic Research (NCAER), the expectation that the Indian market in 2010 on domestic routes and 56 million passengers on international routes 32 million passengers will count. A small 70 percent of domestic air traffic is in the hands of private airlines.
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Under a provision of the Indian government should Indian Airlines after their creation first five years in the domestic air traffic in India proofs before they allowed to fly to international destinations. This can only be pure Indian airlines - not joint ventures - are as foreign airlines is not allowed to participate. The sympathiekste Indian domestic airline Air Deccan is one in August 2003 with an ATR-42 aircraft began with four flights per day and now has a fleet of thirty-nine equipment, including nineteen Airbus A320's.

The policy of Air Deccan is determined by CEO and founder Captain Gopinath. His passionate social message is that every Indian is a flight should be able to afford. For 99 percent of Indian population is still unreachable. After some difficult years the company moved in October 2006 on a new strategy and were there with the support of a consortium of European banks sixty Airbus A320 will be bought. Last June bought the Indian carrier Kingfisher Airlines, 26 percent of the shares in Air Deccan, with the possibility later still 20 percent to buy. For now Kingfisher Airlines and Air Deccan separate companies, but over time they will be integrated. Together, they control about 30 percent of the fragmented aviation market in India.

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