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Air Costa places an order of 50 E-Jets E2s at the recently held Singapore Air Show.
The Avenger, new jet-powered drone can operate 2,880 kilometres from base
The best fighters are a judicious combination of low observable characteristics (stealth), armament capability, speed, range, manoeuvrability and technological advancement
In 2012, the Indian Ministry of Defence (MoD) signed the contract for a significant quantity of MBDA’s MICA missile to be supplied as part of the modernisation programme of the Indian Air Force’s (IAF’s) fleet of 51 Mirage 2000 aircraft.
With significant growth in deliveries over the past decade, India continues to show huge potential for future growth
The organisers — the Ministry of Civil Aviation and the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry — are hoping to pull off a spectacular event despite the odds.
Technological advancements continue to make regional aircraft lot more efficient, faster and comfortable
The foundation of the LEAP engine is heavily rooted in advanced aerodynamics, environmental and materials technology development programmes.
Business jets are now seen in the region as a powerful tool to enable quick and convenient access to customers within the country and worldwide
In an interview with SP’s Aviation, the President - EMEA and Asia-Pacific Richard Emery talks at length on the plans.
Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. is displaying two of its business jets – the G650 and the G150 – at India Aviation 2014.
Singapore Airshow 2014 played host to over 1,000 exhibitors from 47 countries ended with announced deals worth $32 billion with major among them being contracts for Airbus, Embraer, Boeing and Rolls-Royce.
Lidya Litvyak was the world’s first female pilot to shoot down an enemy aircraft and the world’s first female fighter ace.
India being the largest importer in the world of weapon systems, still holds eternal promise and thankfully the OEMs continue to perceive lucrative opportunities in the Indian market.
In an extremely serious incident, a Sukhoi-30MKI fighter aircraft of the Indian Air Force (IAF) allegedly breached the minimum permissible vertical distance between two aircraft and flew just 700 feet over a Royal Thai Airways passenger jet, after “unauthorisedly” climbing to a height of 30,000 feet altitude south of Amritsar on February 20, air traffic control (ATC) sources have confirmed.
The downgrade by the FAA will undoubtedly generate serious concerns among the travelling public about the safety standards of Indian carriers.