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“Civil Aviation Policy gives an impetus to affordability, regional connectivity, safety, infrastructure—all vital for transforming India”.
— Prime Minister Narendra Modi
The aim is to build an aircraft that not only the super-rich can afford; but one that can make private air transportation possible for a much wider section of the society
In an interview Tony Tyler, Director General & CEO, International Air Transport Association (IATA), highlighted the outlook for airline’s financial performance, how the industry is fairing on the safety front, climate change agreement at ICAO and why the industry is being so proactive on this issue, how governments can be more aware of the benefits of supporting aviation, etc.
As the Indian civil aviation industry is expected to become the third largest by 2022, it would be necessary for the government to have the right vision, planning and execution
We are trying to build a grand palace on a weak foundation. Therein lies the biggest concern for NCAP 2016.
While the existing Indian carriers, particularly the state-owned Air India may find the going tough in future, the travelling public can look forward to good times ahead!
Ministry of Civil Aviation Secretary R. Choubey recently called for greater participation from policy makers and users to promote MRO services, offer training...
It is clear that the role played by the state governments will be critical to the success of Regional Connectivity Scheme (RCS)
Regional airlines have cranked up daily aircraft utilisation in order to reduce unit costs and survive in India’s highly-competitive domestic low-fare environment
SABRE is a hybrid rocket and jet, billed as ‘the biggest breakthrough in aerospace propulsion technology since the invention of the jet engine’
In the realm of space research, India is among the top countries in the world. However, when it comes to aerospace sector, India is lagging way behind, not having produced one commercial aircraft to date.
There are currently more than 500 CFM56 engines in service in India and South Asia, including Bangladesh, Bhutan and Sri Lanka, power Airbus A320 and Boeing 737 aircraft
ATR, which presently has a fleet of 36 in India, is keen on getting into maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) and training as the fleet numbers gain substantial traction. A number of 60 plus ATR aircraft in the country makes sense for the company to further strengthen the aftermarket structure. The Head of Global Sales, John Moore gives R. Chandrakanth of SP’s AirBuz the ATR scenario in India and beyond.
The President of India, Pranab Mukherjee, set the ball rolling for India Aviation 2016 by talking about the unmatched opportunities in aviation, unlike any other country
ILA 2016 is synonymous with innovation and leadership in aerospace. It dealt selectively with forward-looking topics in the outward looking industry, including sustainability...
An air show of this kind is one sure way of taking aviation to the masses as it has tremendous advertising potential if one goes by the sheer numbers that witnessed the display
A bail-out package of Rs. 30,000 crore by the erstwhile UPA Government notwithstanding, the national carrier Air India has been troubled with mounting debts