• 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • Business Aviation in India on an upward path

    BUSINESS Aviation in India is on the rise. This phenomena has been fuelled by fact that increasing number of business houses realize the importance of owning aircraft/helicopters for transporting top officials or even middle level ones to destinations they have to move to quickly without depending on scheduled airlines.

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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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  • IAF team sets new world record in CTSW

    AS part of celebration of the Indian Air Force 75th Anniversary Indian Air Force, Wing Commanders and Squadron Leaders Rahul Monga and Anil Kumar completed a round-the-world flight in 79 days involving 19 countries flown by a Flight Design CTSW aircraft, setting a new world record for this class of aircraft.


    The Indian Air Force team began their journey from New Delhi on June 1 and returned back to base on August 19, 2007.

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