Jyotiraditya Scindia, Union Civil Aviation Minister, stated on Tuesday that India is trying to make its airports carbon-neutral in the future.
Mr Scindia said on Twitter, “India is striving towards making its airports carbon neutral in the near future so that India may emerge as a responsible stakeholder in the world civil aviation business.”
“The way Indian civil aviation has recovered after #COVID19 with all processes in place demonstrates its resilience and dedication.” With a solid and comprehensive plan for the future, we are certain that we will set new airborne milestones shortly” – during the Indian delegation’s reception at @icao (International Civil Aviation Organization),” he continued.
Mr Scindia was greeted by the High Commissioner of India, Ajay Bisaria, and the Representative of India, Shefali Juneja, when he arrived at the ICAO headquarters in Montreal.
He spoke about the prospects available in India’s civil aviation business at a roundtable discussion organised by the Canada-India Business Council earlier today.
“Along with industry professionals from across the aviation spectrum, I took part in an intriguing roundtable discussion hosted by the Canada-India Business Council. Discussed the prospects in India, one of the world’s fastest-growing civil aviation sectors”Scindia sent out a tweet
On the final stage of his trip to North America, Mr Scindia arrived in Montreal on Tuesday.
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