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Beginning of the End of Airbus-Boeing Duopoly?

By R. Chandrakanth

“While they will no longer have the market to themselves, we expect Boeing and Airbus to retain the lion’s share of the large commercial airframe market, with emerging competitors garnering only a relatively modest low single-digit share.”  —Moody’s analyst Russell Solomon

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  Regional Aviation
Regional Aircraft Market Abuzz with Activity
By R. Chandrakanth

The trend for mid- and long-haul operations will continue towards using jet aircraft over turboprops
No Room for Error
By R. Chandrakanth

Although most airlines do their own line maintenance, 60 per cent of the world’s carriers outsource heavy work to lower costs
Pratt & Whitney Research Forges Ahead
By R. Chandrakanth

Pratt & Whitney’s large commercial engines power more than 25 per cent of the world’s mainline passenger fleet
Azul Airlines Making Brazil Proud
By R. Chandrakanth

Azul is the fastest growing airline in Brazil since it commenced operations in December 2008 and currently has the largest airline network in the country in terms of cities served, with service to over 100 destinations.
  Exclusive Interview
Airports Authority of India on the Move

In an exclusive interview with Neetu Dhulia of SP’s Airbuz, Dr Guruprasad Mohapatra, Chairman of AAI gives details of the authority’s action plan for creation of infrastructure by investing Rs. 17,800 crore over the next five years.
  Airshow Preview
Innovation to the Fore
By R. Chandrakanth

Paris Air Lab is a boarding pass to the future. It’s a new space totally devoted to mapping what the aerospace sector and more broadly tomorrow’s world have in store
Second International Airport for Chennai
By B.K. Pandey

With the emergence on the scene in Chennai of a private company acquiring land for a greenfield airport, finally there is light at the end of the tunnel!
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