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Of small aircraft and big ambitions: 1961-1990

Source: August 28, 2016,  Sanjay Singh In our last article, we looked at Indian aviation’s glorious moments between 1947 and 1960. The following decade was equally busy with the 60s being a heady time. While it took Indian Air Force’s Rakesh Sharma some time to catch up with the Soviets and the Americans in the space in […]

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Not overlooking aircraft maintenance: Centre to High Court

Source: By: PTI | New Delhi | Published: August 28, 2016 1:10 PM The Centre has refuted in Delhi High Court the claim that civil aviation authorities are overlooking the alleged violation of aircraft maintenance schedules by airlines, endangering passenger safety The Centre has refuted in Delhi High Court the claim that civil aviation authorities are overlooking the alleged […]

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India’s new air route to avoid Pakistani air space will cut emission and save fuel

Source: thehansindia IANS |    Aug 26,2016 , 05:33 PM IST New Delhi: In a bid to save fuel, cut emission and have better route utilisation, Indian carriers have suggested a new plan to the government that co-opts the air space controlled by the armed forces. It also calls for bypassing Pakistan while flying overseas to save […]

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Government offers land in Palghar for 20-seater aircraft production 

Source: economictimes By PTI | Aug 26, 2016, 11.33 PM IST MUMBAI: Maharashtra government has offered 157 acres of land in Palghar district near to a private company to produce its indigenously designed 20-seater commercial aircraft. A 6-seater aircraft developed by Captain Amol Yadav on the terrace of his building in suburban Kandivali was the […]

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‘India poised to become one of world’s largest aviation markets’

Source: PTI   New Delhi     Last Updated: August 25, 2016  | 13:54 IST Driven by a strong passenger traffic growth, India is poised to become one of the largest aviation markets in the world, according to a global body of airports. The Airports Council International (ACI) said that major commercial airports in China, India and Korea remained the […]

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Wifi to be allowed on Indian Civilian aircraft in 10 days

Source: newindianexpress By ENS Economic Bureau ,Published: 25th August 2016 03:15 AM NEW DELHI: Passengers on civilian aircraft are all set to enjoy the benefits of long elusive WiFi on board aircraft flying in and out of India, as the Home, Telecom and Aviation ministries have reached on a consensus on the issue, said a senior Civil […]

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India to have 50 more operational airports by 2019

Source: August 22, 2016 13:20 IST Taking ahead the government’s plan of ensuring regional connectivity throughout the country, Civil Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju on Sunday said about 50 more airports, including the existing inactive ones, will be activated in the next three years. As many as 32 airports across the country are currently not in operational conditions. “The centre is […]

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India highest growing aviation market, says Minister

Source: Updated: August 22, 2016 10:06 IST Aviation growth in India has gone up to 20 per cent as opposed to China’s nine per cent, making it the highest aviation growth market in the world, Union Civil Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju said here on Sunday. He was speaking to journalists after visiting the […]

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Railways to assist in rescue of aircraft in distress

Source: August 20, 2016 The Minister of Civil Aviation has sought the assistance of railway employees in search and rescue of aircraft in distress. This is the first time that the Indian Railways, which has a huge manpower and infrastructure, including advanced communication and a track length of over 85,000 km spread across the […]

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Flight Training – Time for a review

Source: 08/07/16 Capt S Sahu/Defence Aviation Post The news of many Indian air carriers placing orders for more airplanes has created a lot of excitement among the travelling public and the pilot community. One problem the growing carriers are going to face is to find qualified manpower to man their cockpits. Aviation in India goes […]

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