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Being claimed as the largest and the most fuel-efficient twin-engine commercial jet, the aircraft is expected to be delivered in 2021
With the recent amendment in the licencing procedure, the MoCA has demonstrated that it is alive to the needs of its stakeholders and is willing to fulfill the responsibility of an enabler
As the winners show, an airline simply needs to provide an all-round and consistent travel experience with service the watchword
While aviation industry is not having the best of its time in India, IndiGo has reported a huge profit for the third quarter of 2019 but Air India has invited bids for privatisation of the national carrier.
The newly established partnership aims to enhance the reach of both the airlines through pilot training, coordinated cargo as well as engineering services, among other collaborations
Performance of aircraft can be achieved by enhancing the efficiency of combustion engines and simultaneously exploring electric and hybrid propulsion systems
Since the PW100 engine family entered service in 1984, over 8,000 PW100/150 engines have been produced, accumulating more than 160 million flying hours due to their reliability, durability and operating economics.
Four airports upgraded to Level 2 in 4-stage environment standards programme to move towards carbon neutrality
With the aristocratic government and military delegations along with senior corporate executives from around the world gathered at one place, the Singapore Airshow brings golden opportunities to forge partnerships and seal deals in this region
The obvious answer is to sell off the national carrier and if this process fails, the Government will be left with no option but to shut down the airline
Pratt & Whitney announced that Carroll Lane has assumed the role of President of the company’s Commercial Engines business, reporting to Pratt & Whitney President Christopher Calio. Pratt & Whitney is a division of United Technologies Corp.
Pratt & Whitney, a division of United Technologies Corp., announced the appointment of Ashmita Sethi to the position of Managing Director for India.
Low-cost carrier IndiGo has become the first airline in India to operate 1,500 daily departures. The airline operates these flights to 83 destinations and with over 2,50,000 passengers daily.
Emirates celebrated the inaugural flight of its new daily service from Dubai to Mexico City via Barcelona. The Emirates Boeing 777-200LR touched down in Mexico City on the December 9, 2019 at 16:15 local time, marking the airline’s first passenger flight to Mexico.
Boeing has confirmed that it does not expect the grounded 737 MAX to return to service before “mid-2020”.
As per the Union Science and Technology Minister Harsh Vardhan, National Aerospace Laboratories (NAL) located in Bengaluru that is currently developing a 19-seater indigenous light transport aircraft ‘Saras Mk2’ has plans...
Domestic air passenger traffic in November last year grew at the fastest pace in 2019, a year in which air travel has been hit by the twin blows of the closure of Jet Airways India Ltd and an economic slowdown.
MTU Maintenance and Malaysia Airlines Berhad signed an exclusive ten year contract for the airline’s 100 CFM56-7B engines.
C&L Aerospace has signed an exclusive supplier agreement with Thai Aviation Industries (TAI), Thailand’s aircraft repair and maintenance service centre.
On January 17 this year, speaking at the Wings India 2020 Summit organised by the Ministry of Civil Aviation, Pradeep Singh Kharola, Secretary stated that five airports in Karnataka will become operational in the next two years.
Airports Authority of India (AAI) is seeking environmental clearance from the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change for three water aerodromes in Andaman & Nicobar Islands.
Brent crude oil price surged four percent on January 03 this year, following tension between Iran and the US. Domestic carriers are facing pressure with the increase in crude oil prices and low demand that has restricted hike...
FSTC is India’s first registered standalone Approved Training Organisation (ATO). It is the largest ATO in the region with the most number of full flight simulators catering to all the airlines in India that fly various fleet types.
In what seems to be a measure to tighten aircraft safety norms, in December last year, the government decided to amend an eight decade old law for a 10-fold increase in penalties in light of recent incidents of technical snags...
In the first week of January 2020, Dassault Aviation appointed Charles Wemaëre as Vice President, Worldwide Spares, with responsibility for spare parts strategy and logistics efforts for the global Falcon fleet.
In an action that has come as somewhat of a pleasant surprise for the Indian civil aviation community especially civil pilots with high experience levels, but not current with flying and wish to obtain a civil pilot’s licence.