SP's AirBuz - ISSUE No 02-20<< Previous Issue Next Issue >>
As airport privatisation and modernisation continue, there is an urgent need to focus on driving additional efficiency from existing airports, opening new lowcost airports, encouraging airport competition, and focus on driving down costs while also comprehensively planning for the next fifty years
While environmental activists insist that the only way to reduce aviation emissions is to take some planes out of the sky, engine manufacturers are making concerted efforts to reduce fuel burn
The term Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) is the name given to any advanced aviation biofuel for jet aircraft that is produced from a sustainable, renewable feedstock
Aircraft financing is a big ticket activity which has seen an ascendency as aviation companies are buying additional aircraft
Air transport is witnessing a wave of innovations and one such development is the foray into supersonic flight
With the advent of drones, things are set to become better and improve the quality of lives of millions of impatient people who inhabit the earth
As an investment in profession, piloting beats all other professions as the return on investment is very high and much faster
Diamond Aircraft offers you time-saving and quality ensuring advantage of a single point of contact offering a complete, most modern fleet of jet fuel piston aircraft with the best flight training performance characteristics and safety record in the industry
The Boeing 777X has been designed to bridge the gap between the Boeing 767 and the 747, the largest passenger jets
Ariana Afghan Airlines, the national carrier of Afghanistan, has issued a request for proposals (RFP) to purchase six new airliners. An order of this magnitude would effectively double the existing fleet of the airlines...
February 14 this year saw SpiceJet report its third-quarter results. The airline reported a profit of 78.2 crore, but the results warrant closer examination.
NASA’s new experimental supersonic Xplane is on a fast track to flying. The plane, officially named X-59 QueSST in 2018 and often referred to as just X-59, was cleared for final assembly during a critical design review in 2019.
As per Boeing, airlines in South East Asia will need 4,500 new airplanes over the next 20 years, valued at $710 billion. Single-aisle airplanes continue to be the main driver of capacity growth in Southeast Asia.
Airbus has revealed the Model Aircraft for Validation and Experimentation of Robust Innovative Controls (MAVERIC), its “blended wing body” scale model technological demonstrator.
Boeing appears to be watching with some interest, a new turboprop being developed by its likely future joint venture partner Embraer. “Boeing is familiar with the current Embraer study for development of a new turboprop,” a Boeing spokesperson said.
The Airbus A330-800 has received joint Type Certification from the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) of the United States of America.
Boeing has confirmed that it does not expect the 737 MAX to return to service before the middle of 2020. In a statement released on January 21, the company cautioned that this time-line is only an estimate and return...
Bell has partnered with a major Japanese airline and infrastructure provider to bring on-demand aerial mobility to Japan, while Airbus is working with Singapore’s national aviation authority, CAAS, toward a similar goal.
The Kempegowda International Airport, Bengaluru (KIAB) handled 33.65 million passengers during the calendar year 2019 as against 32.33 million in the previous year, registering a 4.1 per cent growth.
The government’s Udan scheme is aimed at making air travel affordable, improving regional connectivity and developing regional airports.
German scientists and business leaders are working to create what they hope will be the first viable market for a carbon-neutral version of the kerosene that already powers most modern aircraft.
On February 26, 2020, Boeing named Susan Doniz as the company’s Chief Information Officer and Senior Vice President of Information Technology & Data Analytics, effective in May this year.
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