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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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  • Aero India 2011 A spectacular treat

    THE five-day Aero India 2011 exposition that had some of the world's leading aerospace industries displaying the most exquisite flying machines and equipment was a  spect-acular treat for the entire nation that ended on a successful note.

    Over 75,000 visitors thronged Aero India 2011 venue on the last day of the show.

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  • Infotech to buy European aerospace firm for $20 million

    INFOTECH Enterprises Limited, which provides engineering and geographic information services, is in advanced stages of acquiring an aerospace services company in Europe for a consideration of approximately US$ 20 million (Rs 91 crore).

     

    Sitting on a Rs 280-crore cash pile, the Hyderabad-based company proposes to go in for this acquisition to bring high-end competencies to its recently-integrated global aerospace practice.

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  • Dassault MRO facility in Hyderabad

    DASSAULT Aviation, a part of French aerospace company Groupe Dassault, has drawn up an ambitious map for expansion in the Indian market. The company, which has a majority share in the Indian business jet market, is looking at setting up maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) centre next year.

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  • Aero India 2011 to take flight from Feb 9-13

    INTERNATIONAL aviation industry heavyweights are converging into Bangaluru, the Software city of India, when it hosts the 8th edition of 'Aero India 2011' from February 9-13 at the Air Force Station Yelahanka.

     

    Some 700 plus exhibitors have registered to participate in the biennial Aero India 2011 show next month, making it the biggest edition of the event held once in two years.

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  • Pilot paucity hits Asian air travel growth

    ASIA’S 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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  • 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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  • Surge in Indian copter services foreseen

    THE world helicopter fleet is estimated to grow from 24,625 last year to 36,946 by 2015, according to a new study by Frost & Sullivan. However, it said demand would remain lackluster until late 2011 or early 2012.

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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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