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Extensive connectivity, high-class entertainment and profitability make top airlines and here is a list of Top 10 based on these parameters.
The IRNSS will rid the nation of its dependence on the existing GPS owned by the United States
Currently around 70 per cent of passengers travelling internationally to and from India are Indians. But only 30 per cent of them travel on Indian carriers.
A major impediment to the employment of drones in the Indian civil aviation domain has been the difficulty in seamlessly integrating the operation of pilotless vehicles into civilian airspace
With over 13,000 large commercial engines installed, today Pratt & Whitney provides dependable power to hundreds of airlines and operators every day.
Jayant Baranwal, Editor-in-Chief of SP’s AirBuz, gets an exclusive opportunity to chat with Shakil Hussain, the President and CEO of Windspeed Technologies, which is working continuously on innovations for the aviation sector.
Growth in the Indian civil aviation industry will come from extending connectivity to the smaller towns and cities that currently do not figure on the air map of the nation.
Civil Aviation Ministry in its draft Policy has clearly mentioned in its objectives that it intends to enhance regional connectivity through fiscal support and infrastructure development.
The Rajiv Gandhi National Aviation University Bill, 2013, was passed by the Parliament and received the Presidential assent on September 18, 2013.