GoAir, India’s most trusted, punctual and fastest-growing airline, participates at Global Exhibition on Services (GES) that’s being held at the Palace Grounds, Bengaluru. GoAir’s stand has been attracting huge global attention, along with individuals attending the exhibition. Officials from GoAir exchanged notes and ideas with the global contingent on possible skills in aviation, and GoAir’s role in empowering its employees in varied skillsets and the training process it has adopted across its departments, which has resulted in GoAir being one of the most efficient airlines in the country.
On this occasion, GoAir spokesperson said: “GoAir is happy to be a part of GES 2019, one of India’s finest platforms for showcasing Indian services, skill sets and capabilities. We’re sure the initiative will help bring more synergies between India and other nations to help the common cause of giving a boost to trade and service-related industries across sectors. GoAir has always endeavoured to train its employees to achieve the unthinkable and the result can be seen in the form of GoAir receiving highest FOUR-STAR rating, voted by 1.4 million passengers, making it the only airline in its category to receive such an accolade in the entire Central Asia Region. GoAir has also received an award for ‘Best Cabin Service’ by the highly coveted APEX Passenger Choice Awards.”
The fifth year of the three-day event was kicked off on 26 November 2019 and has been witnessing huge footfalls. The exhibition houses more than 500 participants from 100 countries. What the exhibition also showcased was varied Indian culture and cuisine, among other things and is the second-largest ecosystem of startups in the world.
With an aim to engage industry and governments across the world to promote greater exchange of trade in services between India and the rest of the world, the Department of Commerce, Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Government of India, in association with Services Export Promotion Council (SEPC) and Confederation of Indian Industry (Cll) created a the dedicated platform, the Global Exhibition on Services (GES), with an attempt to give the multifaceted Indian services the global visibility they deserve and to simultaneously encourage trade in services at a global level.