17th Annual Conference AIRPORTS IN INDIA


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Three Delegates 45,430 568
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Four Delegates 70,000 12,600 82,600 1,150


  • There is a 30 per cent “Super Early Bird” discount for those registering before December 28, 2022.
  • There is a 15 per cent “Early Bird” discount for those registering before January 19, 2023.
  • Please contact us for registration of more than 3 delegates.
  • GST @18 per cent is applicable on the registration fee.
  • Registration will be confirmed on receipt of the payment.

For registration and sponsorship opportunities:
Ishika Rahariya – Conference Cell
Mobile: +91-8380834436
Email: ishika.rahariya@indiainfrastructure.com

The conference is being organised by India Infrastructure Publishing, the leading provider of information on the infrastructure sectors through magazines, newsletters, reports and conferences. The company publishes Power Line (India’s premier power magazine), Renewable Watch (covers the entire spectrum of renewable energy), Power News (a weekly newsletter), and a series of research reports including Tunneling in India, Hydro Power in India, Urban Rail in India, Road Development in India and Railways in India.

All the major players and stakeholders that have participated in the previous years include: AAI Cargo Logistics and Allied Services Company | Aarvi Encon | ACO Systems & Solutions | Adani Airports | Advaita Legal | AECOM | AERA | AIMIL | AIQ Consulting | Air Asia | Airport Design Consult | Airports Authority of India | AERA | All About Pavements | ALTYS Technologies | Amadeus | Arth Design Build | Arup | ATT Systems Group | Australian Trade & Investment Commission | Aven Consultants | Axis Bank | Balajee Infratech | Bangalore International Airport | Bank of Baroda | Baumer | Bechtel |Belgavi International Airport | Benoy | Berger India |Biju Patnaik International Airport, Bhubaneswar | Bluestar | Bonfiglioli Transmissions | Bosch | BPCL | British High Commission | BCAS | Burohappold Engineering | C&S Electric | CAPA | Cargo Service Centre | Cavotec | CBRE South Asia | CentrumDirect | CH2M Hill | Chennai Airport | Choksey Chemicals | CIDCO | Clean India (Cradle Runways) | Climaveneta Climate Technologies | Cochin International Airport | Coimbatore International Airport | Colleagues Consultants | Consulate General of Canada | COWI | Cradle Runways | Creative Group | Crescent Foundry | Crompton Greaves | CrowdVision | CSA Infratech | Cushman & Wakefield | Datel AS | DEHN India| Delhi International Airport | Desai & Diwanji | DFC | DGCA | Dhir & Dhir Associates | Dholera International Airport Company | DigiCollect| Dineshchandra R Agrawal Infracon | Directorate of Civil Aviation | DMH Advisors | Dnata | Dorsch Consult India | Dornier Consulting | Dow Chemical| DTP | Dua Associates | Duraline | Dynatest Denmark | E&Y LLP | ECIL Rapiscan | Efla Oy | Egis India | eJet International | Elenium Automation | Enerparc | Envision Enterprise Solutions | E-pack Polymers | ESCO Arrester Systems | Flanders Investment &Trade | Fosroc Chemicals | Frost & Sullivan | Gainwell Commosales | Gandhi Automations | GIDB | Global Aviation India | Global Infrastructure Partners | GMR Bidar Airport | GMR Group |GMR Hyderabad Air Cargo & Logistics | GMR Goa International Airport | GMR Hyderabad International Airport | Gondia Airport (Maharashtra) | Graco India | Green Belting Industries | Green Furniture Concept | Grundfos Pumps | Gunnebo | Gupta Power | Hammurabi & Solomon Partners | Hexagon Geospatial | Hill International | Hindustan Colas | HKS Architect | Honeywell | HPCL | IBI Group | IBM | ICICI Bank | ICT | IDBI | IEE (Quanzen Services LLP) | IHSE USA LLC | IIFCL Projects | India Aviation Consulting & Support | IOCL | IndianOil SkyTanking | Indigo Airlines | Indra Sistemas | IDDS | IDC Karnataka | Iridis | J. Sagar Associates | Jaipur International Airport | JayAmbe Group | Jeppesen | JMC Projects | JSW Steel | Kalpataru Power | Kannur International Airport | KEI Industries | KfW IPEX Bank GmbH | Khaitan & Co. | Kingspan Panels | KITCO | KPMG | KSIIDC | Kvadrat Singapore | L&T Construction | L&T Engineering | Landrum & Brown | Lea Associates | Leonardo Aerospace | Link Legal India | Linnhoff India | LocusLabs | Logplan Europe | Lucky Investment Managers | Lufthansa Consulting | M V Kini & Co | Maccaferri Environmental Solutions | MADC (Mihin India) | Magnetic Autocontrol | Marsh India | Materna | Mecon | Millennium Aero Dynamics | Ministry of Civil Aviation | Ministry of Communications | Mitsubishi Heavy Industries | Mumbai International Airport | MYK Schomburg India | Navi Mumbai International Airport | NIIF | NBCC | Nerolac | Nippon Koei India | Noida International Airport | NSC Projects | Nuctech India | OAG | Ooms Polymer Modified Bitumen | Paramount Wires & Cables | Parsons Corporation | Pentair Electronics Protection | Pidilite Industries | Plug and Play Tech Center | Poovayya & Co. | ProDIGIQ | Prointec | PTC Financial | PWC | Quanzen Services | Ramboll | Reliance Nippon Life Asset Management | RITES | Roads and Concrete | Rosenberger | Royal Schiphol Group | Saab India | SAGTA Engineering | Saraogi Builders | SATS Singapore | SBI Capital Markets | Schindler | Schmalz India | Selex ES | Shapoorji Pallonji | Shell Aviation | Sherisha Technology | Shirdi International Airport | Siemens | Signify | Sikka Associates | Simplex Infrastructure | SkiData | Sloan India | SMEC | Smiths Detection | Societa Per Azioni Esercizi Aeroportuali S.E.A. | Sojitz India | Somfy India | SBI | Sterling & Wilson | STP | Strategic Decisions Group | Stup Consultants | Surat Airport | SureScan Corporation | Surya Lighting | Tata BlueScope Steel | Tata Communications | TCE | Tata Elxsi | Tata Projects | Tata Realty & Infrastructure | Tata Steel | Tatva Legal | TAV Technologies | TCR International | Terre Armée | Thyssenkrupp Elevator | Tirupati Airport | Toshi Automatic | Track IT Solutions | Transoft Solutions | TRF | Trichy Airport | Trilegal | Trimble Solutions | Tuaman Engineering | Turner International | UTC | Vaaan Infra | Vanderlande | Veldeman Structure Solutions | Veracity | Vinci | Vitra India | Voltas | Volvo | White Tara Enterprises | Wipro | Xovis | Youyang Airport Lighting | Zurich Airport International Asia etc.

For registration and sponsorship opportunities:
Ishika Rahariya – Conference Cell
Mobile: +91-8380834436
Email: ishika.rahariya@indiainfrastructure.com

  • The Indian aviation sector has finally recovered from the impact of Covid-19. Traffic has picked up significantly, more than doubling from 63 million passengers in the April-September 2021 period to 150 million passengers in the corresponding period in 2022.
  • At present, around 141 airports are operational across the country and the number is expected to increase to 220 by 2024-25. Further, the sector operates a fleet of around 700 aircraft, which is expected to increase to around 1,000 in the coming years.
  • There have been several notable developments in the sector, such as construction of big-ticket greenfield airports, privatisation of airports, launch of a new airline, as well as formulation of a drone policy, which have contributed to the positive sentiment. The RCS UDAN scheme, which is now in its fifth year, has helped air traffic grow, with new routes being awarded, and more and more airports being operationalised.
  • The leasing of six airports – Ahmedabad, Jaipur, Lucknow, Thiruvananthapuram, Mangaluru and Guwahati – has been a significant step. These have been awarded by the Airports Authority of India (AAI) for operations, management and development under public-private partnership mode for a period of 50 years. As per the National Monetisation Pipeline, a total of 25 airports of the AAI have been earmarked for asset monetisation by 2025.
  • Meanwhile, with the aim of making India a global maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) hub, the government has introduced a new MRO policy. Eight airports have been identified for setting up MRO facilities, namely Begumpet (Telangana), Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh), Chennai (Tamil Nadu), Chandigarh, Delhi, Maharashtra, Kolkata (West Bengal) and Tirupati (Andhra Pradesh).
  • Technology has now become an integral part of the aviation sector. Airports and airlines are extensively using technology and digitalisation to make traveling more efficient and smoother for passengers. Almost all airport related activities are now being done with the help of technology including plane boarding procedures, contactless screening, biometrics, etc.
  • The sector outlook for the future looks positive, with investments to the tune of around Rs 1 trillion expected in airport infrastructure development. This includes expansion of terminal buildings, setting up new domestic cargo terminals, provision of navigational facilities and development of greenfield airports.
  • The mission of this conference is to discuss emerging trends in the sector, highlight upcoming opportunities, identify unresolved challenges, and discuss future priorities. The conference will also showcase the most noteworthy projects and promising technology solutions.


  • What are the key emerging trends in the sector?
  • What are the key areas of concern?
  • What is the future outlook? What are the new & emerging opportunities?


  • What is the government’s vision for airport development?
  • What are the key recent initiatives?
  • What are the key priority areas?


  • What has been the overall progress under brownfield and greenfield airport projects?
  • What are the recent initiatives taken by AAI to improve the operational efficiency of airports?
  • What are AAI’s plans to enhance airport capacity in the future?


  • What has been the experience so far? What are the various factors influencing the monetisation of airport assets?
  • What are key concerns being faced?
  • What are the future plans and targets?


  • What has been the experience so far?
  • What are the key issues impeding the faster development of the sector?
  • What are the expectations from the government?


  • How has been the experience of deploying digital technologies for smart airports?
  • What are some of the recent advancements?
  • What are the challenges being faced in implementation?
  • What are the emerging future requirements?


  • What have been the recent advancements with regard to the use of sustainable materials in airport development?
  • What are the key initiatives being taken to increase the use of renewable energy?What are the other energy efficiency initiatives being taken at airports?
  • What are the key issues and challenges? What is future outlook?


  • What has been the progress so far?
  • What are the key issues and challenges? How can these be addressed?
  • What are the future plans and targets?


  • What are the key cargo-related initiatives being taken at Indian airports?
  • What are the challenges being faced?
  • What is the outlook? What are the future opportunities?


  • What is the current stance of investors on the sector? How has been their experience so far?
  • What are the biggest concerns? What are the lessons learnt?
  • What is the future outlook with the government focusing on privatisation of airports?


  • What is the current level of aviation fuel prices in India? How have they been impacted by the Russia-Ukraine war?
  • What are the issues and concerns?
  • What is the future outlook?


  • What is the progress on these projects?
  • What are the challenges and key learnings?
  • What is the future outlook?


  • What has been the project development/construction experience?
  • What are the upcoming opportunities?
  • What are some of the best practices and key learnings?


  • What have been the recent advancements in terms of equipment being deployed at airports?
  • What are the new industry offerings?
  • What lessons can be learnt from the global experience?

The conference is targeted at:

  • Existing airport operators
  • Financial institutions
  • Management consultants and market analysts
  • Developers and contractors
  • Equipment manufacturers
  • Renewable energy companies
  • Policymakers and regulators
  • Safety, security and surveillance companies
  • Airlines
  • Aviation fuel sellers
  • Airport service providers
  • Legal firms
  • Financial institutions
  • Architecture and design consultants
  • New/Potential airport operators
  • Cargo and MRO service providers
  • Lighting companies
  • Construction material manufacturers
  • Engineering and construction firms
  • Aviation fuel sellers
  • Communication solution providers
  • IT solution providers and technology providers (cement, steel, etc.)

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Event Schedule Details

  • March 15, 2023 (Wednesday) - March 16, 2023 (Thursday)
    10:00 AM - 05:00 PM
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