Between China and India, they will put into service more than 300 new airports in the next fifteen years, in order to meet the strong increase in demand from both markets, which account for a third of the world’s population.
The maintenance needs for state-of-the-art equipment will double in both markets, including the field of certification and calibration of aids to navigation, where “Smart Solutions” will have to be used, such as those created by Canard Drones.
The CAAC (Civil Aviation Administration of China) has recently published one that adds 216 new airports until 2035, and provides for the creation of several regional hubs. According to the CAAC Chin currently has 234 civil airports, so the figure will almost double in the next fifteen years. Predictions indicate that demand for passenger transport in China will account for a quarter of global demand, and will exceed that generated by the United States. By 20135 China will have become the world’s largest passenger transport market. Large water parks will be built in the Yangtze River delta regions, the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region, the Great Guangdong Bay-Hong Kong-Macau region and the Chongqing and Chengdu cities cluster.
India has plans to build at least 100 additional airports in the next 15 years, with an approximate investment of 60,000 million dollars. This would almost double the current Indian airport network that has approximately 120 airports. In 2010, 79 million passengers traveled to / from or within India. In 2017, this figure had reached 158 million, and by 2037, IATA expects this number to have multiplied to 520 million passengers. Air traffic is growing double-digit figures annually in India for three years.
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