Strategic Analysis of Growth Opportunities in Indian Air Cargo Market
Executive Summary—Key Findings
International trade growth and relaxation of FDI cap within aviation market are likely to be key drivers for Indian air cargo market.
Air Cargo Market: Key Take Away, India, FY 2013
The total air cargo market in India was estimated to be about million tons as of FY 2013.
The major Indian air cargo hubs in Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai, Kolkata, Bengaluru, and Hyderabad accounted for % of the total international cargo handled and % of the total domestic cargo handled in FY 2013.
Within the country’s EXIM, total value of goods air lifted during FY 2013 was estimated to be $ billion.
International trade growth and relaxation of FDI cap within aviation market are likely to be key drivers for the Indian air cargo market.
Fluctuating fuel prices and lack of modern cargo-handling infrastructure in most airports are likely to restrain prospects in the air cargo industry.
During the period FY 2013–FY 2018, international air cargo volume and domestic air cargo volume are expected to grow at a CAGR of % and %, respectively
About this report
The study provides current market size, forecasts and the key market drivers and restraints for the air cargo market in India. It also analyzes the key market participants and their competition in international and domestic cargo traffic. It gives a snapshot of global air cargo, with details of the top 10 aircargo handling airports in India.
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