Global Aviation set to ramp up operations

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Looking at India with a much better growth potential in aviation services, Global Aviation US, an Indiana-based company, has now set up office in India as it had been doing pre-owned aircraft transactions in the country already.

The company, which announced their setting up at India Aviation show 2014- Hyderabad, does aircraft transactions, ferry services , aircraft spares and aircraft evaluations.

“Company already has an independent representative in India, but now we feel that there is a need for us to open an office which will give us the right framework that would act as a platform for us to explore Indian market in a much better way. This shall involve prioritisation of various aspects that play a crucial role in closing an Aircraft Transaction successfully especially for our Asia Pacific clients by giving them the comfort of local presence,” said their president Karan Sidhu.

Although the aviation industry does not seem to be in its best of health, the company sees much better scope in the country as non-schedule operations have picked up due to boom in Indian economy; especially the choice of HNI’s to fly on newer Aircraft which saves them time, it said.“Our market analysis suggests that Indian aviation sector has witnessed a phenomenal growth in the last decade which means that there huge appetite for aircraft in India,” he said.

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