Over the last few decades, India has emerged as a key market for investors and almost all sectors want to have a major bite of the great Indian pie. One such sector which has grown by leaps and bounds has been the aviation sector, with air services becoming much more affordable and viable.
However, the other facet of our growing economy can not be overlooked either: the majority of the working class is still struggling to make ends meet.
But should the financial constraints of people clip their wings of knowledge?
Keeping the very thought in mind, Bahadur Chand Gupta has started a project for those who may never get to take a real flight. The man has given wings to these people’s imagination by letting them board an old Airbus A300 parked on the outskirts of Delhi for just Rs 50 .