Indian Netas and Their 'Conditional' Love for Helicopters

By SiliconIndia   |   Monday, 28 October 2013, 13:23 Hrs   |    1 Comments
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On the other hand, Delhi and Mizoram, the other two states where polls will take place around the same time, do not have much demand for air services as they are much smaller in size. Experts have claimed that the air services business spots a boom every time the poll season comes. They have noticed that over the past decade, there has been a 10-30 percent increase in demand for private aircrafts. Hence, many are seeing this as an opportunity and enter the niche market with a variety of advanced machines. An estimated study about 200 non-scheduled operators says that those with a license to pilot aircrafts operate in India. About 70 percent of them are into dynamic air chartering, whereas the others are a part of offshore flying as they have fixed agreements with companies.

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