The rapidly expanding Indian aerospace industry has a national pavilion (W500) at the Dubai air show for the first time. The pavilion was officially launched by Y K Sinha, Consul General of India, who expressed his satisfaction at the broad range of industries relevant to aerospace represented.
Indian delegates say that the subcontinent’s aeronautical industry is on the threshold of a major takeoff with more than 10% annual growth in both domestic air traffic and in the cargo sector.
The group of 16 companies is led by the nonprofit Society of Indian Aerospance Technologies and Industries (SIATI).

The company has previously co-ordinated India’s participation at AEROINDIA Bangalore, Asian Aerospace Singapore and has led trade delegations to the Paris and Farnborough shows.
N Rajeev, the overseas representative of SIATI, says Dubai’s location and positive business environment were an ideal platform for exhibitors.
Those taking part include Tata Advanced Materials, Amphenol Interconnect India, Avdel (India), CADES Digitech, Globe Hi-Fabs, Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), Mayurakshi Equipments, Mark Control and Systems, National Aerospace Laboratories (NAL), Polynex, Saras Technologies, Sanghvi Aerospace, Systems Controls, Standard Castings, Triveni Hi-Tech and Titan Industries.

Source: Flight Daily News