De Havilland Aircraft of Canada is hoping to win over 80% of India’s small plane market share, as the country aims to advance its regional connectivity scheme focusing on smaller Tier II and Tier III cities, said Yogesh Garg during the Airline Economics Growth Frontiers India conference recently held in New Delhi. The company expects India to have 120 small aircraft with a configuration of less than 20 passenger seating in the next decade. India is one of the fastest growing civil aviation markets and small planes are a key for the developing aviation sector to connect to the small

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