SP's Aviation - ISSUE No 4-2018Previous Issue
EXCLUSIVEMILITARY | OFFSET
Livefist has obtained access to the first comprehensive details of France’s plans on what will easily be the most challenging component of the Rafale deal: the offsets.
The latest blow to the IAF is the abandonment of a two-year-old plan to produce single-engine fighters in large numbers indigenously with foreign collaboration under the ‘Make in India’ initiative
In this interview, Boeing India President Pratyush Kumar talks to SP’s Aviation and shares his perspective on why India should seriously consider the F/A-18 Super Hornet for its fighter requirements and how it would achieve the dual purposes of providing capability to the warfighters and industrial capability to build India’s aerospace industry.
Low cost carrier (LCC) SpiceJet recently signed a $12.50 billion deal with the engine manufacturer
France is the first country in the Western world to have forged a strategic partnership with India despite the undercurrents of India’s nuclear tests in Pokhran in May 1998
Practical airplane purchases, hand-me-down jets and more, our Asian neighbour is setting new business aviation trends
Vadim Feldzer, the Head of Global Communications at Dassault tells Arpita Kala of SP’s Aviation during Wings India ‘18, all about the fate of Falcon 5X and busts myths about Dassault’s mysterious new aircraft.
The biennial event, witnessed the presence of 125 exhibitors and 35 CEOs of the global aviation industry. Representatives of eleven countries participated in the show.
Strengthening Indo-French relations are relevant in the context of the growing influence of China in the region and the need to curb her menacing territorial ambitions
Sabiha Gökçen is acclaimed as a model of progressive Turkish womanhood and Turkish schoolgirls grow up learning the story of her life
Owing to complexities of the Defence Procurement Procedure and paucity of funds, the list of assets required by the IAF to replace those approaching obsolescence, has only been growing.