• India's quest to strengthen military transport aircraft base

    IAF is in the process of strengthening its inventory of transport aircraft with the upgradation of existing aircraft and induction of new ones 

    TRANSPORT aircraft are typically used to deliver troops, weapons, supplies and other military equipment to the IAF field of operations. The IAF currently operate different types of transport aircraft for different roles.

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  • Paris Air Show concluded on a positive note

    THE 49th International Paris Air Show concluded on a positive note by giving signs of recovery of aviation industry. The mother of all aviation shows had record number of exhibitors and visitors.

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  • Fly Sims Training Center launched in India

    The airline flight simulator training centre to train future pilots in India

    Sim-Industries B. V.

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  • Role of Modern Management Systems in the growth of MRO in India

    EXTRAORDINARY growth was registerd in airline traffic in the past five years. The CAGR for India's domestic passenger has been 17 per cent and for International passengers it is 20 per cent.

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  • India's first MRO association formed

    MRO Association of India will assist India Inc. in becoming a major aerospace MRO hub for Asia, Europe and Africa


    IN a first such move to bring the aerospace Maintenance Repair and Overhaul (MRO) industry under the single banner, 'MRO Association of India'  was formed at a meeting held in Mumbai on June 8, 2011.

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  • Finmeccanica scouts for new JVs with Indian companies

    FINMECCANICA, the Italian group with leadership in aerospace, defence, security, energy and transport, is looking at establishing new partnerships with government and private players to expand its base in India. As a part of the growth strategy for the Indian market, Finmeccanica wants to adapt the approach of anticipating new programs and then seeking early involvement through transfer of technology and capabilities by creating strong synergies with the partners.

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  • HAL–GE ink deal for Hawk spares

    GE Aviation and India's premium public sector Aerospace Company Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) have signed 30-year contract that covers license to carry out repairs and overhaul of various avionics, instruments and hydraulic products for the Hawk Mk132 aircraft, an Advanced Jet Trainer operated by the Indian Air Force.


    This license will provide in-house repair and overhaul capabilities to HAL for GE Aviation products and reduce turn-around-time for the repairs.

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  • Russian Rotorcraft service centre opens in India

    THE Indo-Russian Maintenance and Repair venture, Integrated Helicopter Services Private Ltd.(IHSPL), established by Russian Helicopters, a part of United Industrial Corporation (UIC) Oboronprom, and Indian company Vectra Group, is opening a service centre for all type of civil Russia-made helicopters in India.

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  • Dassault M&O 2011 seminar series

    DASSAULT Falcon's Regional Maintenance & Operations Seminar (M&O) series will continue again in 2011, with a total of 13 seminars to be held in eight countries around the globe. The M&O Seminar series gives Falcon operators an opportunity to communicate face-to-face with Dassault's specialists and engineering teams on a variety of topics.

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  • AirWorks India to service Embraer jets

    EMBRAER announced the appointment of AirWorks Pvt Ltd as an Embraer Authorized Service Center (EASC) for Phenom executive jets in India.


    Headquartered in Mumbai with bases across India including Delhi, Bangalore and Chennai, AirWorks has been certified by the DGCA to provide maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services for all Phenom 100 executive jets in the country as of January 2011.

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