Skyways Air Services wins Best Cargo Services Award at Wings India Awards

Skyways Air Services Private Limited have been honoured with the prestigious Best Cargo Services Award at the 4th edition of the Wings India Awards at Hyderabad.

The honour was conferred upon us by Mr. Jyotiraditya Scindia, Hon’ble Minister of Civil Aviation, Government of India, in the presence of senior officials from Ministry of Civil Aviation, Government of India, Industry luminaries, and other key stakeholders of the the aviation community.

The award was received by Skyways Group, Chairman, Mr. S.L. Sharma and Managing Director, Mr. Yashpal Sharma in the presence of industry leaders and visionaries who gathered to celebrate and commemorate excellence in aviation.

The Wings India Awards serve as a prestigious recognition for excellence in the aviation sector, applauding those who have demonstrated outstanding practices and innovation. In the face of unprecedented challenges, the aviation industry has exhibited remarkable strength and resilience over the past few years. These awards honor world-class operators and individuals who have played a pivotal role in sustaining the industry during challenging times.

The awards encompass various categories, including Best Airport of the Year in different traffic segments (>25 MPPA, 10-25 MPPA, 5-10 MPPA, < 5 MPPA), Innovation Champion, Sustainability Champion, Best Airline of the Year, International Connectivity, Domestic Connectivity, Regional Connectivity, NSOP (Non-Scheduled Operator): Fixed Wing, NSOP: Helicopters, Best Aviation Service Provider, Cargo Services, Ground Services, MRO (Maintenance, Repair, and Overhaul) Services, Fuel Services, Aviation Skills & Training, Aircraft Leasing, and additional recognitions for Innovation Champion and Sustainability Champion. These awards celebrate the contributions and achievements of those who have played a crucial role in sustaining and advancing the aviation industry.

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