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Embraer’s competitors and industry analysts often characterise the Brazilian manufacturer’s second-generation E-Jets as having just a few superficial design changes compared to the first-generation.
A report has forecast that India’s regional aircraft fleet will grow from 55 in 2011 to as many as 261 by 2025, a compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of 12 to 13 per cent
The largest of the four-member E-Jet family, the E195 offers mainline-jet capacity (up to 122 seats) and superior operating economics.
With the expected phenomenal growth in passenger and cargo traffic and the government opening up the aviation sector, there is going to be an incremental rise in ground handling
Glowing forecasts for airliners obviously translate into far higher figures for engines since each aircraft has at least two, while wide-body jets such as the Boeing 747 and the Airbus A380 need four power plants
The LEAP-1A engine has demonstrated the promised 15 per cent fuel efficiency and we are quite familiar with the reliability inherent in CFM products and the impact that this has on our operations, said Tony Fernandes of AirAsia
Next five to eight years will see a large delivery share of helicopters in India. Neetu Dhulia from SP’s AirBuz interacts with Sameer A. Rehman, Managing Director, Asia-Pacific, Bell Helicopter, on the sidelines of Farnborough International Airshow 2016.
Boeing projects a worldwide demand for 39,620 new airplanes over the next 20 years (2016-35), valued at $5.9 trillion. Indian carriers are predicted to be requiring more than 4.6 per cent of the total global demand, forecasting 1,850 new airplanes in India worth $265 billion.
India is British Airways’ second largest market outside the UK after the US. Fuelled by the burgeoning Indian middle class with increasing purchasing power, increasingly number of people are looking to travel internationally for leisure and business. In an interview with R. Chandrakanth, British Airways’ Regional General Manager, South Asia, Moran Birger talks exclusively to SP’s AirBuz giving details of the student market.
The Farnborough International Airshow 2016 recorded orders and options to the value of $123.9 billion defying industry expectations
With the policy changes being introduced by the government, Indian civil aviation can look forward to an effective regulator