SP's Aviation - ISSUE No 11-2016Previous Issue Next Issue
While the concept of unmanned aerial systems in combat has come a long way, there is room for further innovation to enhance operational capabilities, lethality and survivability of UCAVs
Decision by Lockheed Martin to transfer the F-16 production line to India would be contingent on whether the Government of India selects this aircraft for the Indian Air Force
The offer of Drones from Insitu Pacific, Australia, is expected to dramatically change the surveillance capabilities of the Indian maritime security agencies and forces deployed on borders to prevent terrorist infiltration
The Pilatus PC-7 Mk II has helped prevent another crisis that was brewing in the trainer fleet of the Indian Air Force
Civil aviation is on a high trajectory growth path and it will soon be among the top five aviation markets of the world.
It has set a scorching pace, having produced and delivered the world’s largest fleet of jet engines in the single-aisle market.
The beginning of the next wave of aviation is round the corner and all credit should go to the proactive policies of the government
The recently announced Regional Connectivity Scheme (RCS) has already found support from 18 states and other states are to follow soon, according to G.K. Chaukiyal, Executive Director, Airports Authority of India (AAI).
The cultural shift is required amongst all stakeholders of the industry, in fact some amount of shift is also required in how the nation perceives “air travel”
The Regional Connectivity Scheme is poised to make a significant difference in India, enabling more people, in currently ‘remote’ locations, to have access to air links at an affordable price.
The ongoing efforts of the Indian Government to develop regional aviation will have a very positive impact on the economic and social development of the country
While we wait and see how the Trump presidency will play out in the months to come, the NBAA-BACE in Orlando was a ‘huge success’ by various measures, according to the NBAA President, Ed Bolen
Johnnie Johnson had a relentless desire to fight, a cool mind, an incredible eye and impeccable judgement once he got behind an enemy aircraft
The beginning of the next wave of aviation is round the corner and all credit should go to the proactive policies of the government which is pinning all hopes on the Regional Connectivity Scheme to transform the country
The forensic audit report by Deloitte on AirAsia India has revealed fraudulent transactions of Rs. 22 crore to parties in India and Singapore that do not exist