SP's Aviation - ISSUE No 12-2015Previous Issue Next Issue
Jayant Baranwal, Editor-in-Chief of SP’s Aviation, gets an exclusive opportunity to chat with Shakil Hussain, the President and CEO of the company, which is working continuously on innovations for the aviation sector.
Both the Defence Ministers took note of the positive progress during the recent meeting of the Joint Working Group on Aircraft Carrier Technology, especially in the area of Aircraft Launch and Recovery.
The Standing Committee on Defence has rightly brought to the notice of the government the urgent need to replenish the depleting assets of the IAF
What is also interesting and pertinent is that the present CAG was the Defence Secretary two-and-a-half years ago!
The key to efficient disaster response depends on creating awareness in the local population and effective training of the specialised forces
Jayant Baranwal, Editor-in-Chief, SP’s Aviation, in conversation with Joseph Parsley, Director Business Development, Yulista LLC.
Civil Aviation Ministry in its draft Policy has clearly mentioned in its objectives that it intends to enhance regional connectivity through fiscal support and infrastructure development
In India there are several companies which offer financial services for private aircraft purchase.
Design is a tool that, when used from the outset, can enable airlines to deliver a better service
Hilda Hewlett’s family members were always proud of her adventurous spirit, determination, energy and ability and affectionately called her ‘Old Bird’
The ‘SkyDeck’ Concept is adding a new dimension of fun in flying and that should certainly pep up the airline business which is always looking at ways of creating additional revenues
In a reply to Lok Sabha on December 4, Minister of State for Defence Rao Inderjit Singh said: “The Government has approved entry of women pilots into the fighter stream of the Indian Air Force (IAF) on an experimental basis for a period of five years.”
Both the public and the private sectors in the Indian aerospace industry appear to be getting involved simultaneously to manufacture the Kamov Ka-226 helicopters for the Indian armed forces