PM Modi said 'India is set to give new energy to global aviation market' in Bengaluru

On Friday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi opened Boeing's new global engineering and technology hub campus in Bengaluru. The gathering, which also included Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah, cheered for the Prime Minister with 'Modi Modi' shouts.

At the ceremony, PM Modi stated that, due to rising demand, Indian airlines had bought hundreds of aircraft, propelling the country to the world's third largest domestic aviation market.

"India is set to give new energy to global aviation market," declared the prime minister.

He also emphasized the importance of women in the aviation industry, claiming that 15% of pilots in the country were female, which was three times the global average.

"The time for women-led development has come," PM Modi stated.

The 43-acre state-of-the-art Boeing India Engineering and Technology Centre (BIETC) facility, which cost Rs 1,600 crore, is the planemaker's greatest investment outside of the United States, according to the business.

Boeing said that the campus at Hightech Defence and Aerospace Park in Devanahalli, on the outskirts of Bengaluru, will serve as a foundation for partnerships with India's vibrant startups, private, and government ecosystems, as well as for the development of next-generation products and services for the global aerospace and defense industry.

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