• IAF celebrates 78th anniversary

    THE Indian Air Force (IAF) celebrated its 78th anniversary last week. A ceremonial Air Force Day Parade (AFDP) was held at the airbase in Hindan, near Ghaziabad commemorating the occasion.

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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.


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  • AIRBUS & PTC: A long-term technological partnership

    THE partnership between Airbus and Parametric Technology Corporation (PTC) dates to the beginning of the 1990's. This collaboration is even closer today, whether in the scope of the Airbus Extended Enterprise program (the collaboration between Airbus and its subcontractors) or in the perspective of the Power8 plan, which is leading to the deployment of an industrial organization founded on the optimization and the reduction of development cycles for aircraft programs.

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  • India to devote $25billion for inducting 250 FGFAs

    INDIA will spend over $25 billion to induct 250 advanced stealth fifth-generation fighter aircraft (FGFA), being co-developed with Russia, in what will be the country's biggest-ever defence project.


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  • Global MRO market to grow $58billion by 2019

    THE global maintenance, repair and overhaul market is expected to grow by 3.2 per cent per annum over the next decade to reach a value of $58 billion by 2019, according to the latest market forecast from consultancy Aerostrategy.

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  • Runway Safety Infusion

    As the skies become increasingly crowded with commercial and business aircraft, today’s flying public – and the airlines that carry them – demand a focused priority on safety.


    WHILE the specter of airline crashes in-flight dominates the public’s perception of the risks of air travel, on-the-ground safety is the greater hazard for civil aviation.

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  • Quest to make next generation aero engines

    As the aviation industry strives to cut its emissions, there is growing race to built next generation engines that not only slash its greenhouse gas emissions, but also its noise levels.


    A game-changing green trend is good news for this best-in-class company.

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  • Can air India turn itself around?

    Recent measures taken by the government to rejuvenate its loss-making Air India could be seen as positive step but it has to draw up a long-term plan to bring the airline back on track.


    A stream of measures to bring back cash-starved Air India on track has offered a new lease of hope for the airline.

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  • India Aviation 2010 Riding over the success of 2008 show

    BRAVING global economic slowdown, riding piggyback over the first edition of India’s only civil aviation show, the Ministry of Civil Aviation is hosting the second edition of the show, INDIA AVIATION 2010, Hyderabad, March 3-7. Organised by the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industries (FICCI) and supported by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation, Air India, Airports Authority of India and Pawan Hans, INDIA AVIATION 2010 will be bigger not only in the number of participants, but also in size, incorporating more features.

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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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