Hyderabad today has a comprehensive ecosystem for aerospace and defence industry. With capabilities spread across infrastructure, research, manufacturing, advanced skills and innovation, the city remains an attractive and ideal destination for the industry to set up their base as well as expand their operations, said KT Rama Rao, Industries & Commerce minister, Government of Telangana.

Speaking at an event to mark the delivery milestone of Tata Boeing Aerospace’s 100th fuselage for the AH-64 Apache combat helicopter to Boeing from Hyderabad facility, the minister said, “Thanks largely to Tata Advanced Systems Limited and their partnerships they forged with Boeing, Lockheed, GE and others, Hyderabad today really enjoys a great reputation in the aerospace and defence ecosystem.”

Hyderabad has been ranked No 1 in the third and latest edition of fDI’s Aerospace Cities of the Future 2020-21 rankings, under the category of Top 10 Aerospace Cities in Cost-Effectiveness by fDI Intelligence.com, a division of Financial Times Group. The Civil Aviation ministry has also awarded Telangana as the best State in terms of its progressive outlook for 2018 and 2020.

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