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India unveiled a Drone Ecosystem Policy Roadmap and a National Air Cargo Policy at the Global Aviation Summit in Mumbai on January 15 and 16 while articulating a Vision 2040 for the Civil Aviation Industry, showcasing itself as a 1.12-billion air passenger market by 2040.
To fully harness the growth prospect of Indian aviation, problems have to be addressed with deliberate and decisive measures. With these, for Indian aviation, sky is the limit.
Predictions are that engines will remain the fastest-growing sector of the commercial jet MRO business over the next decade with the market becoming increasingly competitive
Palash Roy Chowdhury, Managing Director - India, Pratt & Whitney (with inputs from Amit Pathak, General Manager, Customer Training, Pratt & Whitney, India) talks to Neetu Dhulia of SP’s Airbuz
The latest aero engine from the stables of Pratt & Whitney Canada (P&WC) is the PurePower PW800 which is about to make its commercial debut
A jet engine burns fuel and generates thrust and how well it does so, is judged by how much fuel it uses to generate it
Passengers Utilise their time Gainfully During Flights for both official and Personal Work
The Ude Desh ka Aam Nagrik (UDAN) III recently announced by the Government may prove to be a game-changer for achieving air connectivity in the remote areas of India
As the fog descends, the 360-degree view from the Air Traffic Control (ATC) towers fades and pilots vision is challenged with Cockpit view disappearing.
It becoming important to review the plight of the air passenger and as to what he has to go through during air travel
Pradeep Singh Kharola, an officer of the 1985 batch of the Indian Administrative Service from Karnataka cadre, has been appointed as Secretary, Ministry of Civil Aviation with effect from February 6, 2019. He has replaced Rajiv Nayan Choubey, who retired on January 31 this year and took over as member in the Union Public Service Commission.
One of the practicalities faced by A380 operators has been that such a mammoth aircraft has been a difficult proposition to have close to 100 per cent occupancy rate compared to its rival Boeing 787 which has been little smaller therefore easier to get close to 100 per cent occupancy rate.
As per reports in the media, the government is likely to propose a limit to the number of takeoff and landing slots an airline can hold at the congested airports in the country.
Ruling out possibility of bailout package for crisis-hit Jet Airways, Civil Aviation Minister Suresh Prabhu said it is for the management of private carriers to ensure that they function properly and take appropriate measures based on prevailing market conditions.
The financial health of the Indian airline industry has nosedived, with the three listed airlines having reported a combined net loss of Rs 36.4 billion in the first half of the fiscal.
The year 2019 has begun on a positive note for domestic carriers as state oil marketing companies have reduced the price of ATF by 14.7 per cent. This is the second consecutive drop in the price of ATF and the sharpest cut since November 2008.
In September last year, Kannur International Airport was formally commissioned when the first passenger aircraft successfully landed there marking the readiness of the fourth airport in Kerala for commercial operations.
Speaking to the media on January 15, 2019 at the Global Aviation Summit 2019, organised jointly by the Ministry of Civil Aviation, Airports Authority of India and FICCI, Suresh Prabhu, Minister of Civil Aviation
Airbus has appointed Jean-Marc Nasr as President Asia-Pacific, effective January 1, 2019. He will be based in Singapore.
The Global Aviation Summit 2019 was held in Mumbai from January 15 to 16 this year. The two-day event, the first of its kind, witnessed participation by over 900 representatives from 80 countries across the world including Ministers of Civil Aviation, members of Civil Aviation Authorities, delegates and exhibitors.