SP's Aviation - ISSUE No 12-2016

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    EXCLUSIVE

    CIVIL | IRISH MINISTER
    Ireland & India

    In an exclusive interview with Editor-in-Chief of SP’s Aviation Jayant Baranwal, the Ireland Minister of State for Employment and Small Business, Pat Breen, states that the two countries have so much to share.

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    CIVIL | AERO EXPO 2016
    Aviation Sector at Inflection Point
    By R. Chandrakanth

    The 23 per cent growth seen in the domestic aviation sector, which is also highest in the world, is “not a flash in the pan”

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    CIVIL | AIRSEWA
    AirSewa App & Portal Launched
    By Rohit Goel

    The Indian Minister of Civil Aviation Ashok Gajpathi Raju said that his Ministry is committed to provide a hassle-free and comfortable air travel experience to people.

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    CIVIL | LUFTHANSA TECHNIK
    Shockingly Impressive

    Vice President (Sales) VIP & Special Mission Aircraft, Wieland Timm spoke in detail of the company’s footprint in the specialised aviation industry with Jayant Baranwal Editor-in-Chief of SP’s Aviation.

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    CIVIL | INTERVIEW
    Zoom Air, Planning Big to Serve Regional Sector
    By R. Chandrakanth

    “While being a full-service airline, we are clear in our approach to be an airline for smaller cities” — Koustav Dhar, Zoom Air

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    EXCLUSIVE

    REGIONAL AVIATION | INTERVIEW
    John Slattery, President & CEO of Embraer Commercial

    SP’s Aviation Editor-in-Chief Jayant Baranwal speaks to John Slattery, President & CEO of Embraer Commercial

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    REGIONAL AVIATION | TIANJIN
    Tianjin Airlines–Embraer, perfect fit for China’s regional expansion
    By R. Chandrakanth

    Tianjin Airlines is also the largest E-Jets operator in Asia with 62 aircraft, which redefined the operation model of regional aviation in China

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    BUSINESS AVIATION | INDUSTRY
    Middle East in the Middle of a Crisis
    By R. Chandrakanth

    It is estimated that the growth in the region will be modest at 3.5 per cent in 2016 with little improvement expected in 2017

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    BUSINESS AVIATION | BAOA
    BAOA brings out the first ever Industry Report on Business Aviation in India
    By Rohit Goel

    Business Aviation in India continues to remain much below its potential.

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    EXCLUSIVE

    BUSINESS AVIATION | BAOA INTERVIEW
    Business Aviation is about necessity and progress, not luxury

    In an interview with Jayant Baranwal, Editor-in-Chief, SP’s Aviation, he outlines the objectives behind the recently released BAOA report on business aviation in India.

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    BUSINESS AVIATION | SHOW REPORT
    Worrisome Scenario @ MEBAA 16
    By R. Chandrakanth

    This year there were 450 exhibitors from 50 countries and nearly 50 aircraft on the static display

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    MILITARY | DIPLOMACY
    Carter reaffirms road map for the next US Defense Secretary
    By Ranjit Kumar

    After contributing immensely to India-US defence relations in his various avatars in Pentagon, and hence giving a solid content and meaning to the India-US strategic partnership in the 21st century described by President Barack Obama as defining partnership of the present century...

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    MILITARY | IAF REFUELLER
    Boeing enters Tanker race with FMS offer
    By Ranjit Kumar

    Boeing has entered the fray for supplying air refuelling tankers for the Indian Air Force (IAF). After ignoring the first two previous tenders, Boeing’s Pegasus tankers will compete with the European Airbus A330 MRTT and Russian Ilyushin IL-78.

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    HALL OF FAME
    Phoebe Omlie (1902-75)
    By Joseph Noronha

    Apart from pioneering many dangerous barnstorming acts, Phoebe Omlie set numerous world records including the highest altitude parachute jump by a woman. Phoebe Omlie was an early aviator who made waves in America in the 1920s and 1930s. Apart from pioneering many dangerous barnstorming acts...

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    A Word from Editor-in-Chief
    By Jayant Baranwal, Publisher & Editor-in-Chief

    Creating an ecosystem is fine but the aviation sector needs complete support of the Government for sustained growth in aviation

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    LAST WORD
    Indian Navy Rejects Tejas
    By Air Marshal B.K. Pandey (Retd)

    The Indian Navy would support indigenous effort to build an aircraft capable of operating from an aircraft carrier, but would not accept a platform not meeting the QRs.