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  • Eurocopter opens its Indian subsidiary

    EUROCOPTER has opened  its new Indian subsidiary, which has been given the goals of expanding the world's largest helicopter manufacturer's commercial presence in this highly-promising marketplace, reinforcing its support and services network throughout the country, and further developing the company's four-decade relationship with Indian industry.

     

    Eurocopter India Pvt.

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  • Indian Aviation: Sky is the limit

    THE Indian aviation industry is one of the fastest growing aviation industries in the world with private airlines accounting for more than 75 per cent of the sector of the domestic aviation market (as of 2006). The industry is growing at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 18 per cent.

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  • Low cost carriers to the fore

    THE maintenance, repair and overall (MRO) companies in the Asia pacific region foresee an opportunities' galore with the low cost carrier operations gaining an impressive growth. But the same time the service providers are in for new challenges such as keeping their own costs at bay, filling up the vacancies for qualified technicians and offering comprehensive and competitive service packages.

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  • Pilot paucity hits Asian air travel growth

    ASIAS economies are booming, and so is the demand for air travel across the region. Flying for business and pleasure is increasingly affordable for the combined 1.

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  • A scene of bustling activity

    THE Indian Air Force (IAF) is busy readying the venue - the Yelahanka Air Force Station with Aero India 2011 just a few weeks away. Aviation and defence companies are gearing up to showcase their products at the international aerospace show.

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  • B787 test programme on track

    THE final Boeing 787 to join the flight test fleet made its maiden flight recently from Paine Field in Everett, Washington. The airplane, ZA006, is the second 787 equipped with General Electric GEnx engines to fly.

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  • Black Saturday

    The tragic crash of Air India Express at Mangalore airport has initiated debate on air safety in India.

     

    MAY 22, 2010 will be remembered as a black day in the history of Indian civil aviation.

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  • Navy inducts MiG-29K carrier borne aircraft

    DEFENCE Minister AK Anthony formally inducted Indian Navy's latest acquisition, the MiG-29K into its air arm at a ceremony held at INS Hansa, Goa on February 19. The MiG-29Ks took off from the runway with their full afterburners.

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  • Unprepared and Unwilling

    THE creeping invasion by authorization regimes will engulf Asia by 2010 as democracies continue to retreat. India is unprepared and unwilling to safeguard the Asian democratic space.

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  • Aircraft owning options from Swank Aviation

    THE cost of owning and maintaining an aircraft in India has always been prohibitive. The permissions and clearances required to buy and fly privately owned aircraft are time consuming and tedious.

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