SP's Aviation - ISSUE No 8-2015Previous Issue Next Issue
In a candid interview, Paulo Cesar Silva, President and CEO, Embraer Commercial, speaks to Jayant Baranwal, Editor-in-Chief, SP’s Aviation on the company’s plans to forge ahead.
IndiGo Airlines has always enjoyed a cherished relationship with Airbus and stands out for large orders for airliners with the original equipment manufacturer
Grant of initial operational clearance has definitely flagged a major milestone for the F-35 programme as it has been declared technically ready for operational deployment
The catastrophic failure of SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket on launch is a reminder that spaceflight is an incredible challenge
The unwarranted public statement by the IAF team leader was not only inelegant, irrelevant and politically inappropriate...
The first half of 2015 shows towering performance by IndiGo that carried 145.80 lakh passengers from January to June, registering a leading market share of 37.5 per cent
Aviation is a catalyst for growth, a vital conduit for world trade and a major global employer.
Special missions operations is a niche market and business aircraft manufacturers are increasing focus on this segment as the user agencies are seeing the benefits of configured business aircraft
The 12th edition of the Latin American Business Aviation Convention and Exhibition (LABACE) which was held in São Paulo, Brazil...
Lear was admired for his creativity and inventiveness. He never shrank from business challenges even if there were possibilities of failure.
While the large order for [Airbus] aircraft indicates IndiGo’s plans for expansion, it is also a signal that the prospects of growth of the Indian airline industry are bright
Pakistan has been successful in securing the first ever export order for its JF-17 Thunder fighter aircraft on the very first day of the Paris Air Show in June this year.
Unless issues related to quality standards are addressed seriously by HAL, an asset created by the Indian Government with humongous investment will turn into a liability.