SP's Aviation - ISSUE No 11-2015Previous Issue Next Issue
This is one of the most traumatic experiences that I have undergone, and I have sworn that I will never make this mistake again.
Major global investors seeking to make large investments in the defence sector are unlikely to find the change to be a significant departure from the past, given the status quo in FDI norms.
It is an opportune moment for the Indian Coast Guard and agencies alike to consider induction for its aviation wing...
The major concern in all aerial strikes against the ISIS targets was the possibility of collateral damage and unintended killing of innocent civilians
Adventurous British female aviator Tracey Curtis-Taylor landed safely at Hindon Air Force Base near Delhi in her classic 1942 Boeing Stearman.
Jayant Baranwal, Editor-in-Chief, SP’s Aviation, spoke to Sunil Raina, Managing Director Indian Subcontinent, and also briefly to Maureen Stevens, Senior Communications Business Partner International Rockwell Collins.
While broadly welcoming the revised draft of the National Civil Aviation Policy, Air Costa and Air Pegasus have suggested that the government should not cap air fares in a free market economy.
The draft National Civil Aviation Policy has outlined several measures to prop up the sector as it believes that promotion of air cargo is a key objective of the government...
Business jet shipments increased to 722 units, an increase of 6.5 per cent from the 678 business jets shipped in 2013.
Harris Poll survey released at NBAA confirmed that business aviation is utilised mainly by small and medium-size companies that typically fly turboprops...
Embraer executive jets announced that the Legacy 500 midsize aircraft has set two new world speed records for its class, totalling six in 2015.
Pratt & Whitney Canada (P&WC) announced the launch of the new PT6A-140A turboprop engine and the PT6A-140AG variant – bringing the world’s most popular turboprop family to more than 70 engine models strong.
Dassault Aviation’s new flagship, the Falcon 8X, also made its debut. Since first taking to the air last February...
Dassault Aviation introduced its proprietary combined vision System (CVS) at the show. The system, dubbed FalconEye, was presented on a Falcon 2000LXS on display at the show.
The flight test aircraft arrived at Henderson Executive Airport on November 13 to join the G650ER, G550, G450, G280 and G150 in Gulfstream’s static display.
Honda Aircraft Company announced that it has completed all function and reliability (F&R) test conditions and is concluding F&R flights for the HondaJet.
Textron Aviation displayed 11 of its commercial business jet and turboprop aircraft, including the public debut of the Cessna Citation Longitude super-midsize business jet (in the photograph).
Beechcraft Corporation, a subsidiary of Textron Aviation, announced that it had received type certification from the FAA for the new Pro line Fusion-equipped Beechcraft King Air 350i/ER turboprop.
United Aircraft Corporation (UAC) is a state owned industrial giant of Russia combining leading national aviation brands such as Sukhoi, MiG, Ilyushin and Tupolev, among others.
A total 1,103 exhibitors and over 65,000 trade visitors made it to the five-day Dubai Airshow, which for the first time featured a 3D print pavilion, 3D Printshow Dubai.
At the end of World War I, Clyde Pangborn found himself without a job and hence turned to stunt flying to make a living.
The revised draft National Civil Aviation Policy is a definitive step in realising the potential of the aviation sector, even though it may need fine-tuning based on industry inputs
On November 9, 2015, Boeing and Tata Advanced Systems Limited (TASL) announced a joint venture (JV) to manufacture aerostructures and collaborate on integrated systems development opportunities.
India cannot hope to win a war against China without simultaneous and coordinated build up of air and land forces duly supported by the required ground infrastructure