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20-24 Feb 2019 | Yelahanka Bengaluru

‘‘There are studies that ‘‘I encourage the Private ‘‘Indian civil aviation is
show that even a 20-25% Sector to come in the flying high with double
reduction in imports Defence sector because digit growth in domestic
could directly create an of the agility they have sectors, which is the
additional 100,000 to shown. They have highest in the world. This
120,000 highly skilled jobs identified the opportunity is the opportune time to
in India. If we could raise that exists in this area’’. invest in manufacturing
the percentage of domestic -Hon’ble Minister of Defence and operations in civil
procurement from 40% Smt. Nirmala Sitharaman aviation in India. The
to 70% in the next five government is fully
years, we would double committed to provide the
the output in our defence best possible ecosystem for
industry’’. such investments.’’.

–Hon’ble PM Narendra Modi -Hon’ble Minister for Civil Aviation


Shri Suresh Prabhu
AERO
INDIA
2019
Aero India is biennial airshow  Four aerobatic teams participated
and aviation exhibition held in in the show including Sarang Team
Bengaluru, India at the Yelahanka (Indian Air Force), Surya Kiran Team
Air Force Station. It is organized (Indian Air Force), the Scandinavian
by the Ministry of Defence and Air Show Team (Sweden) and the
the Ministry of Civil Aviation. Yakovlevs Aerobatic Team (UK).

At its 11th edition, held between Aero India 2019 presents a unique
14th to 18th February 2017, Aero opportunity to highlight and
India 2017 confirmed its status as showcase the enormous potential of
a premier aerospace event in Asia. the Aerospace & Defence industry
This edition of the show saw and provides a platform to explore
participation from a total of 549 and forge strategic business alliances.
companies (270 Indian and 279
Foreign), 72 participating aircraft,
covering an area of 27,678 sqm
and witnessing participation from
51 different countries.
AEROSPACE
AND DEFENCE
SECTOR
OVERVIEW
QUICK FACTS

DEFENCE SECTOR

5th
largest defence
budget in the
world (USD
42.2 Bn)
USD
688Mn
worth of exports
(2017-18); military
exports to 18
countries
2nd
largest armed
force in
the world
(1.3 Mn active
personnel)

DEFENCE
BUDGET
ALLOCATION

ARMY NAVY AIR FORCE

55% 15% 23%


India
contributes

3.7 %
of the global
military
expenditure

DRDO OFB

6% 1%
DEMAND
DRIVERS
KEY OPPORTUNITIES
Government to spend USD
130Bn for fleet modernization
in the next 5-7 years
across all armed services.

01 02
Growing
Manufacturing
Ecosystem
Naval
Aviation
DAC approved acquisition
India plans to produce 123 of 24 naval multi-role helicopters
indigenous Light Combat Aircrafts capableof anti-submarine warfare,
(LCA) Tejas, 1000 military 111 NUHs to be made under
helicopters including Kamov 226, Strategic Partnership mode.
Light Combat Helicopters (LCH),
and Advanced Light Helicopters
(ALH) in the next 10 years. This will
include Trainer Aircrafts, simulators
and components for the industry.
03 04
Advance Medium
Combat Aircraft
(AMCA) Program
Multi-Role
Fighter Aircraft
Acquisition
Development of 5th Requirement of 110 aircraft
generation fighter aircraft under the Make in India
with stealth characteristics. initiative.

05
Life-Cycle and
Obsolescence
Management
Identification and risk mitigation
for parts, spares, equipment,
skills (people), and software
for service life extension.
CIVIL AVIATION
HIGHLIGHTS
Passenger traffic
Indian MRO in India likely to
business likely increase from
to increase from 145 Mn (2011)
USD 0.7 Bn to to 350 Mn (2020)
USD 1.5 Bn by
2020.
India will need
India will be nearly 1600
3rd largest air-crafts worth
aviation market USD 224 Bn
in the world in the next
by 2020. 20 years.
POLICY
SUPPORT
AND
INCENTIVES
Ease of doing
FDI Business

POLICY
Reduction of entry barriers for new
entrants as the new liberalized regime
has removed majority components/
parts/sub-systems that require IL for
defence manufacturing.

49% Defence
Investor Cell
Automatic Route Defence Investor Cell has been formed
under the Department of Defence

100%
Production, Ministry of Defence. This
will provide the necessary information
including answers to queries related to
Government Route investment opportunities, procedures
and regulatory requirements for
investments in the sector.
Defence Ude Desh Ke Aam
Export Nagarik (UDAN)
List of munition items requiring This is a regional airport development
authorization are put in public domain and “Regional Connectivity Scheme”
to avoid ambiguities. Online applications (RCS) of the Government of India.
are allowed and Standard Operating Established with the objective to “let
Procedure (SOP) for authorizing exports the common citizen of the country fly’’,
has been put in the public domain with it aims at making air travel affordable
specific time limit for issuance. and widespread while boosting
inclusive national and economic

Defence Industrial development, job growth and air

Corridors transport infrastructure development


of all regions and states of India.
Development of 2 industrial
corridors (Tamil Nadu & UP) dedicated
Strategic
exclusively for defence manufacturing.
Partnership Policy
Establishment of long term strategic
Innovations partnerships between the Indian
for Defence private sector and global Original
Excellence (iDEX) Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs)
through a transparent and competitive
Setting up of Defence Innovation
process to seek technology transfers
Hubs across the country to develop
and set up domestic manufacturing
an ecosystem to foster innovation
infrastructure and supply chains.
and technology development in the
Aerospace & Defence sector by
engaging Industries including MSMEs,
Startups, Individual Innovators, R&D
institutes and Academia.
NODAL
MINISTRIES
AND
DEPARTMENTS
Ministry of Department of
Defence Defence Production
The Government of India is responsible DDP was set up in November 1962
for ensuring the defence of India and with the objective of improving the
every part thereof. The responsibility ease of doing business and providing
for national defence rests with the guidance and support to potential
Cabinet and this is discharged through investors. It also aids in FDI clearance,
the Ministry of Defence, which provides export permissions, testing and
the policy framework and wherewithal certification, promoting startups and
to the Armed Forces to discharge their innovation in the Defence sector. It is
responsibilities in the context of the also tasked with promoting Defence
defence of the country. The Raksha PSUs and Ordnance factories
Mantri (Defence Minister) is the head of in India.
the Ministry of Defence.
Ministry of
Civil Aviation
The Ministry of Civil Aviation of the
Government of India is the Nodal
Ministry responsible for the formulation
of national policies and programmes
for the development and regulation
of Civil Aviation and for devising and
implementing schemes for the orderly
growth and expansion of civil air
transport.
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