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For the rotary-wing fleet in the Asia-Pacific region, the future appears to be promising as despite the uncertainties and impediments, demand for helicopters in the region appears set to grow
The third edition of BAOA’s BizAvIndia Conference and Awards was held at the Leela Palace in Bengaluru on the eve of Aero India 2017.
A Modular ISR Package for the Black Hawk UH-60 Platform
Various surveys have given different estimates on commercial helicopter deliveries, but they all remain positive about the Asia-Pacific region which has many areas that are poorly connected by air transportation
In an interview with Rohit Goel of SP’s AirBuz, the Managing Director of Bell Helicopters, Asia, Sameer A. Rehman talks about how the platforms fit the needs of Asia-Pacific.
It is the first integrated heliport which is expected to further boost the plans of the government to increase remote and regional air connectivity
The integration of unmanned aerial platforms into the civil airspace that is normally inhabited by routine civil air traffic would pose immense operational and technological challenges
Mainline airlines around the world are adopting low-cost carrier (LCC) fare structures in order to tap into the growing number of price-sensitive consumers. They’re also hoping that many of those travellers will pay slightly more.
When it comes to performance, both jet and turboprop aircraft in the regime of business aviation have attributes and limitations that a prospective buyer would need to take into account while selecting and evaluating the platform
“The geographical spread of the airports covered is interesting.”
— P. Ashok Gajapathi Raju, Minister of Civil Aviation
Jet aircraft in service today are well over 80 per cent more fuel-efficient per seat kilometre than the first jets in the 1960s
Unruly passengers onboard can be a major safety hazard for the aircraft and its occupants