About Us


  • Promoter
  • INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT
  • AIRPORT DEVELOPMENT

Gigi George

Managing Director


Gigi is a qualified Chartered Accountant from the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India. He completed his schooling from Sarvodaya Vidyalaya, Trivandrum, and his under graduation from Christ University, Bangalore, and graduation form Mahatma Gandhi University. Gigi has numerous certificates in sports, curricular and extra curricular activities to his credit. He is a talented and successful leader in all the positions he held. He has held Board positions in several KGS Group and other Companies. He is responsible for the diversification of the group, including through joint-ventures, partnerships, acquisitions and debt syndication. Mr. George has experience in completing deals with major public and private sector companies and financial institutions.

Mr. Gigi George currently serves as Managing Director of Taking Off To The Future Private Limited, a major infrastructure company in the airport sector. The major project being handled in the Company includes Chennai South International Airport and an airport in Central Travancore, Kerala. Mr. Gigi was Managing Director of KGS Group of Companies from the year 2006 to 2018. KGS Group has executed around 100 medium and large housing, commercial and infrastructure Projects. From the year 2000 to 2006 Mr. Gigi was a Promoter Director in Asher Consultants Limited. He was a Partner in a leading Audit Firm Pratapkaran Paul & Co., from 1992 to 2006.

Acting as investment advisors, investment managers, financial consultants, management consultants, and to render all other services as are usually rendered by investment advisors, investment managers, financial consultants and management consultants including support and incidental services, to clients in India and abroad, act as asset / investment manager and / or sponsor of alternative investment funds.


Indian Aviation Scenario
• In FY18 -19, domestic freight traffic stood at 1.359 million tonnes, while international freight traffic was at 2.20 million tonnes.
• India’s domestic and international aircraft movements grew 14.10% (Fourteen Point Ten Percent) YoY and 9.40% (Nine Point Forty Percent) YoY to 2,153,323(Two Million One Hundred Fifty Three Thousand Three Twenty Three) and 452,641(Four Hundred Fifty Two Thousand Six Forty One) during 2018-19, respectively.
• During April 2018- March 2019, passenger* traffic in India stood at 344.70 million. Out of which domestic passenger traffic stood at 275.22 million while international traffic stood at 69.48 million. Total freight traffic handled in India stood at 3.56 million tonnes during the same time.
• During April 2018- March 2019, domestic aircraft movement stood at 2.1533 million while international aircraft movement stood at 0.453 million.
• As of March 2019, India has 102 operational airports. As of March 2019, there are nearly 588 commercial aircraft in operation in India.
Aviation Growth Statistics

  FY:05-06 FY:18-19 Growth
  In Million In Million In %
Domestic Passenger 51 275.22 539.64
International Passenger 22 69.48 315.81
Total 73 344.7 472.19

*Sources: AAI

Global Aviation Scenario
Hubs on the rise
The biggest 100 airports in the world show passenger numbers increased by 5.3% during 2018. While that is slightly down on the 5.6% rise across the largest gateways the previous year, it still represents healthy growth


Rapid Risers
Figures show that 11 of the 100 biggest airports boosted passenger numbers at a double-digit rate in 2018, including a 29% jump at Bengaluru's Kempegowda airport. It handled 32.3 million passengers, placing it 65th in the rankings.
The recovery in Turkish tourism after the challenges of recent years was again evident in passenger growth of more than one-fifth at Antalya airport in 2018, reaching a total of 31.6 million.
Moscow Sheremetyevo International airport, which added 23 new routes and six carriers during 2018 – recorded the third-highest growth rate of leading hubs last year. Passenger numbers climbed 14% to over 45 million at the Russian airport, ranking it in 41st place in the table for 2018.
Low-cost and leisure traffic helped deliver double-digit growth at European airports Athens, Milan Malpensa and Vienna, while Chinese airports Zhengzhou Xinzheng and Nanjing Lukou logged growth of 13% and 11% respectively.
Sao Paulo Guarulhos and Fort Lauderdale were the only Latin American and North American airports to record double-digit growth in the top 100 last year.


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