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The surge in travel by the middle class in Asia is the main reason for airline operators to go on an expansion binge.
Without much fanfare and without the hype associated with the Concorde, supersonic models have been evolving and the Concorde’s successor may be close to its first commercial flight
The world’s top jet engine makers are indeed investing heavily in research and development efforts to rake in from the mega orders that are being placed globally by airlines
Fused Reality somewhat solves the conundrum by blending simulation and flying, termed as ‘overlaid simulation’ using a commercial head-mounted display
UDAN seems an attractive scheme to tap the immense potential of regional aviation and should lead to a welcome increase of regional travellers. But the way ahead is not free of hurdles.
In any aviation activity, be it scheduled airlines or business and general aviation, safety of the aircraft and its occupants remains the primary concern for all operators
On January 12th, 2017 a United Aircraft Corporation (UAC) subsidiary PJSC “Beriev” delivered the first Taganrog-produced amphibian, the Be-200ES to the EMERCOM of Russia.
An integrated solution is achieved that both cuts down the terminal area space requirements (no check-in hall) which reduces the running costs of services and maintenance and lowers manpower costs at the same time
The PurePower PW1000G is a high-bypass geared turbofan engine family, currently selected as the exclusive engine for the Bombardier CSeries, Mitsubishi Regional Jet, and Embraer’s second-generation E-Jets...
In an expanding market driven by e-commerce, there are only two dedicated freighter companies in India — Blue Dart Aviation (part of the DHL group) and QuikJet Cargo Airlines
While the Indian civil aviation industry has been credited with achievements both glorious and inspiring, the regulatory authorities have been battling with some negativity as well