Raytheon seeks more Indian opportunities

Jane’s reports on 01NOV12 that Raytheon is now looking to supply air traffic management systems for the growing secondary airport sector. Having built 15 ground stations for India’s GPS-aided Geosynchronous Augmented Navigation System (GAGAN) and provided AutoTrac III (AT3) at military air bases and large civilian airports, Raytheon may be well positioned to obtain more of Indian airport business. According to Jane’s projections, air traffic in India is forecast to grow at an average of at least 10 per cent up to 2020, with domestic traffic expected to rise to 150 million.

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