A three-day US-India "aviation partnership summit" that kicks off today in New Delhi will focus on how FAA can help India cope with explosive air transport growth, as well as relations between the countries and future infrastructure development, FAA Administrator Marion Blakey said. "This is certainly one of the most significant [trips] I've taken as FAA administrator," Blakey told reporters Friday in a conference call before leaving Washington. "India is certainly where the action is right ...

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