SP's Aviation - ISSUE No 10-2016Previous Issue Next Issue
In the past few years, the not-so-impressive numbers overall is attributed to the energy sector and the current global geopolitical and economic insecurity
The high point of these celebrations was the Air Force Day parade and the enthralling aerial display put up by aircraft of the IAF at Air Force Station, Hindon
The IAF stands today at the threshold of acquiring multi-spectrum strategic capabilities, synonymous with India’s growing regional stature and expanding national interests
The primary objective of RCS is to facilitate / stimulate regional air connectivity by making it affordable
The thrust on regional connectivity is in the best interest of the Indian airlines industry, but the implementation of the RCS will be no easy task
Combining a proven design with modern technology, the Viking DHC-6 Twin Otter Series 400 provides the best-selling 19 passenger aircraft of all time, unmatched for its dependability and versatility
In the global corporate world, quite a few Indians are leading from the front and that certainly warms the cockles of heart of us Indians.
In countries where bureaucracy plays havoc and rules and regulations are aplenty, aircraft acquisitions could be ‘nightmarish’
There is excitement in the air in India, thanks to the many government initiatives. The National Civil Aviation Policy and the proposed Regional Connectivity Scheme are going to prop up the aviation sector in an unprecedented manner, if not in the near term but medium term for sure.
We support and applaud the efforts that India’s BAOA has undertaken and hope that business aviation in India will flourish
The focus on long-haul business passengers is now close to absolute. This, in turn, reinforces the importance of jets in the 70-to 130-seat segment to feed international flights
Determined to offer increasingly better products and services, Embraer continuously researches new technologies...
In 1929, Pancho Barnes became the first woman pilot of the movie industry, flying aerial stunts for the war film, Hell’s Angels based on World War I
Regional Connectivity Scheme (RCS) or ‘Udan’ is a landmark policy and its vision is explained in the acronym wherein it means Ude Desh ka Aam Naagrik (the common man of the country will fly)
Competition has begun behind the scene among the world’s top aviation firms to convince the Government of India about the superiority of their fighter jets as the Indian Ministry of Defence explores the possibility of setting up an assembly line in India with transfer of technology for the production of combat aircraft.
In some cases of procurement of military hardware, the so-called scams are created by false, baseless or motivated allegations by rival firms that could not win the contract