During a 2-week demonstration tour in La Paz (Bolivia) and Lima (Peru), Diamond Aircraft’s multipurpose platform DA42 MPP was able to demonstrate its start and landing performance on high altitude airports.
Boeing announced the award of a contract to CIM Tools Private Ltd. for the manufacture of complex titanium machined parts and aluminum assemblies for the 787 Dreamliner and 737 airplanes.
To celebrate its ten successful years in the domestic skies, IndiGo is going all out to thank its customers and partners in the aviation fraternity who have made this journey possible.
Bertrand Piccard in his Solar Impulse 2 (Si2) landed on July 26th in Abu Dhabi, thus creating history of flight – the first round-the-world solar...
Ministry of Civil Aviation advised State Govt. of Uttar Pradesh and AAI to implement Regional Connectivity Scheme at seven airports (National Civil Aviation Policy – 2016).
"It is very encouraging to see such positive steps being taken by the Ministry of Civil Aviation. The airline industry in India will benefit...
He openly asked for the inputs indicating on as to How to bring down the Cost of Leasing. This aspect remains the crucial challenge and once taken care of well, the India will touch next levels of civil aviation. ..
The two day International Civil Aviation Organization Asia Pacific Civil Military Cooperation Regional Conference was held on 19th – 20th May 2016 at Radisson Blu Hotel New Delhi.
Boeing announced that it has awarded a contract to Bharat Forge for titanium forgings for the Boeing 777X.
Air Costa, regional airline from Vijayawad, today received the 'No Objection certificate' (NOC) from the Ministry of Civil Aviation for Pan India Operations.
India’s largest domestic airline by market share, IndiGo celebrated its 9th birthday by firming up its last year’s commitment and ordering 250 A320neo Family aircraft.
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has called for the development of a comprehensive policy for aviation aligned with the Indian Government's stated intention to make it easier to do business in India.
Irreversible damage to overheated batteries in The Solar Impulse airplane pushes the second half of Round-the-World Solar Flight to April 2016.
The longest and most difficult leg of the Round the World Solar Flight attempted since last March by Swiss explorers Bertrand Piccard and André Borschberg ended successfully in Hawaii.
There is no such rule anywhere in the world. It is unfortunate that India is imbibing such rules. We can regulate the international sector and such rules are pushing back this sector as well as the economy.
Solar Impulse 2 (“Si2”), the world’s most advanced solar-powered airplane and the first to fly day and night without fuel, landed successfully in Nanjing, People’s Republic of China, following a 20 day stay in Chongqing.
The fact that the captain did transmit a distress message a few minutes before the crash is an indication that he was confronted with a very serious emergency
The innovative solar powered aircraft Solar Impulse 2 (Si2), successfully completed its third leg of the Round-The-World Solar Flight after departing Ahmedabad (India) at 7:18 am local time...
Minister of Civil Aviation Shri P. Ashok Gajapathi Raju today inaugurated the e-office governance in the Ministry of Civil Aviation and Airports Authority of India’s Single Window Clearance to Communication Masts through SACFA – NOCAS Integration.
Celebrating the completion of its first order of 100 A-320s placed at the Paris Air Show in 2005, IndiGo, today has announced the launch...
The only regional airline in India – Air Costa – is planning to become a scheduled airline soon with pan-India connectivity and it has applied...
Indian civil aviation sector expects from the NDA Government the attention it rightly deserves
Amidst reports of technical glitches found in the 787 Dreamliners, Air India has received its 10th aircraft recently and is planning to deploy the aircraft in more international routes. A few days prior to the delivery on October 30, Dinesh Keskar, VP, Sales, Asia-Pacific and India...
At the Sixth ASSOCHAM International Conference on Civil Aviation and Tourism held in New Delhi on August 30, K.N. Srivastava, Secretary, Ministry of Civil Aviation (MoCA) informed that the government will set up 50 new low-cost airports this year and 50 next year
In a little more than a decade of existence, the Malaysian low-cost AirAsia has become the ‘airline of choice’ for the commoners. Unlike many of its low-cost counterparts who failed to survive...
A day-long seminar was organised by Indo-American Chamber of Commerce (IACC) in collaboration with US-India Aviation Cooperation Programme (ACP) on efforts to boost general aviation in India