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As the Indian civil aviation industry is expected to become the third largest by 2022, it would be necessary for the government to have the right vision, planning and execution
According to market reports nearly 200 small satellites will be launched in the period 2014 to 2023 and India is perfectly positioned in this segment
Ministry of Civil Aviation Secretary R. Choubey recently called for greater participation from policy makers and users to promote MRO services, offer training, and provide more attractive leasing...
It is clear that the role played by the state governments will be critical to the success of Regional Connectivity Scheme.
While the existing Indian carriers, particularly the state-owned Air India may find the going tough in future, the travelling public can look forward to good times ahead!
We are trying to build a grand palace on a weak foundation. Therein lies the biggest concern for NCAP 2016.
Regional airlines have cranked up daily aircraft utilisation in order to reduce unit costs and survive in India’s highly-competitive domestic low-fare environment
With the government’s proactive approach and general aviation climate in India, the Sankeshwars started scanning the sector and found that regional airlines was a good bet
The Civil Aviat ion Minister P. Ashok Gajapathi Raju has said that to deal with steep rise in airfares...
The implementation of the policy, in letter and spirit, is going to be more challenging, requiring an open-minded approach and flexibility
The end-to-end approach and putting the customer first is what differentiates us from the traditional aircraft charter market...
International business aviation players are hoping that India will do well, if not in the short term but medium and long term.
The aim of the MTCR is to restrict the proliferation of missiles, complete rocket systems and unmanned air vehicles capable of carrying weapons of mass destruction
The commissioning of female pilots into the fighter stream of the Indian Air Force will indeed be inspiring as well as challenging for the future generations of women
Indian Air Force’s first squadron of home-grown light combat aircraft Tejas became a reality with the induction of two aircraft into the force on July 1, 2016
Major highlight of the show will be the appearance of the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) with two of its variants on display
ILA 2016 is synonymous with innovation and leadership in aerospace. It dealt selectively with forward-looking topics in the outward looking industry, including sustainability, digitalisation...
Business aviation in Europe will need 95,000 additional pilots and 1,01,000 additional maintenance technicians by 2034
Adolf Joseph Ferdinand Galland, a highly decorated fighter pilot in the Luftwaffe, was credited with 104 aerial victories and lived to a ripe old age of 84
Indian Air Force deserves the Kudos on two fronts: First, induction of three Women Pilots into the Combat Role thereby breaking the barriers; Second, induction of Tejas, the LCA, into its squadron namely Flying Daggers 45.
As per a report in the media, Pakistan seems to have failed to seal the $700-million deal for the purchase of eight F-16 fighter jets from Lockheed Martin Corporation of the US following a row between the two countries over their financing. The Pakistani Government was required to provide the letter of acceptance for purchase of the eight F-16 fighter jets by May 24, 2016; but Dawn newspaper reported that the document was not issued leading to expiry of the offer.
Effective implementation of the regulatory provisions for operation of UAVs in the civil domain is not going to be an easy task