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Rise of The Middle Class

By R. Chandrakanth

Increasing trade and the emergence of middle classes in Asia, Latin America and Africa are driving the need for greater connectivity within these regions...

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Indian Civil Aviation under Modi Government
By B.K. Pandey

The Indian civil aviation industry needs decisive and concerted action by the government if it has to be extricated from the morass that it has descended into
Mixed Performance of Modi Government
By R. Chandrakanth

Even though the Ministry of Civil Aviation has shown lot more proactiveness in one year, one still gets the feeling that it is difficult to cut through the bureaucratic babudom
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10 Down, 40 To Go

The Chief Operating Officer (Customers) of Airbus, John Leahy, is the quintessential marketing executive.
Score of 10
By R. Chandrakanth

Ten years after its launch, the A380 has established itself as the world’s favourite Very Large Aircraft (VLA) having a 90 per cent share of the VLA market
Iconic Show
By R. Chandrakanth

France expects a record number of visitors and exhibitors at the Paris Air Show that has both military and civil components, the latter always hogging the limelight with announcements of mega deals
Huge Market for MRO in Asia
By R. Chandrakanth

It is estimated that there are over 80 MRO entities in South East Asia, with Singapore leading the charts
Aviation Infrastructure in Tier-II and Tier-III Cities
By A.K. Sachdev

Growing realisation of the importance of regional and remote area connectivity, and the instatement of a reform-oriented government has encouraged hope that aviation infrastructure in Tier-II and Tier-III cities will receive attention.
Out of the Woods!
By B.K. Pandey

The Minister of Civil Aviation P. Ashok Gajapathi Raju has issued a number of directives to Air India for it to recover from the humongous losses the airline had accumulated
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