SP's Aviation - ISSUE No 2-2020Previous Issue
No further depletion in number of operational squadrons if LCA Mk 1A and MRFA programmes kept on track, as the world’s 4th largest air force discards legacy Soviet-origin MiGs
The establishment of the Defence Industry Corridor is an important step both for the security of the nation, as well as for the development of Tamil Nadu and UP
With a usage spectrum way wider than that of a rainbow and technological advancement beyond imaginations, be it in India or across the world in the commercial air space, the unmanned flight is certainly going to be aviation’s next big transformation.
36 engines, no tail, no rudder, no oil circuits, no gearboxes, and no variable pitch fan blades is what defines and differentiates the Lilium Jet
With the aristocratic government and military delegations along with senior corporate executives from around the world gathered at one place, the Singapore Airshow brings golden opportunities to forge partnerships and seal deals in this region
The rising necessity of air travel and the constant pressure on the aerospace industry to make flying more sustainable for the environment, is driving manufacturers to innovate and develop engines that address this concern
The Su-57 (Su-57E - export version) is a multifunctional fifth-generation fighter designed to destroy all types of aerial targets both at long-range and close-in battles.
A major problem afflicting the Indian Air Force today is the depleting strength of its combat fleet aggravated by tardy pace of induction of modern combat aircraft are taking place as also the extremely low rate of production of the indigenous Light Combat Aircraft Tejas
On Friday, December 27, 2019, the Indian Air Force (IAF) retired from service the last of its MiG-27 jets at a ceremony at Air Force Station, Jodhpur.
Pan Am is credited with several innovations that shaped the international airline industry including all-jet fleets, launch of jumbo jets and introduction of computerised reservation systems
While the market is undoubtedly lucrative, developing the RTA 70 and competing in the international market against well established players such as Embraer and ATR will be a formidable challenge.
Pratt & Whitney announced that Carroll Lane has assumed the role of President of the company’s Commercial Engines business, reporting to Pratt & Whitney President Christopher Calio. Pratt & Whitney is a division of United Technologies Corp.
Pratt & Whitney, a division of United Technologies Corp., announced the appointment of Ashmita Sethi to the position of Managing Director for India.
Defence Research & Development Organisation (DRDO), Indian Air Force (IAF) and BrahMos jointly successfully conducted two BrahMos supersonic cruise missiles tests on December 17, 2019, one each from land and air platforms.
Pakistan has agreed to extend the deadline for the delivery of 30 T129 ATAK attack helicopters by one year, to allow Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI) to work around a US veto on the re-export of their turboshaft engines.
The latest complex of anti-aircraft missile forces (AMF) S-350 “Vityaz” was inducted into the Air and Space Forces (AF).
As per Forecast International, Sikorsky is one of the dominant manufacturers on the military side of the rotorcraft market, but has only a relatively small slice of the civil market.
A new era of space-based computing is now being tested in-orbit that will enable artificial intelligence, data analytics, cloud networking and advanced satellite communications in a robust new software-defined architecture.
General Bipin Rawat, Chief of the Army Staff, India has been appointed as the Chief of Defence Staff (CDS) with effect from December 31, 2019.
For its first launch of the year, Ariane 5 has placed two telecommunications satellites in orbit namely Eutelsat and GSAT-30 for the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO).