'New Policy Awaiting Cabinet NOD'


Jayant Baranwal, Editor-in-Chief of SP’s AirBuz (accompanied by Neetu Dhulia) had an exclusive rendezvous with the Union Minister of Civil Aviation, P. Ashok Gajapathi Raju during the second half of January this year.


Push to the Cause of Civil Aviation

Minister of Civil Aviation Mr P. Ashok Gajapathi Raju releases the brochure of SP’s Civil Aviation Yearbook, a new initiative on the part of SP Guide Publications which will work towards...


Boeing forecasts a demand of 2,100 new airplanes in India worth $290 billion over next 20 years

By Neetu Dhulia

The Company released its annual Current Market Outlook (CMO) for India during a briefing in Delhi.


Irish Minister speaks to SP's at Aero Expo India


In an exclusive interview with Editor-in-Chief of SP’s AirBuz Jayant Baranwal, the Ireland Minister of State for Employment and Small Business, Pat Breen, states that the two countries...


Tianjin Airlines-Embraer, perfect fit for China’s regional expansion

By R. Chandrakanth

Tianjin Airlines is also the largest E-Jets operator in Asia with 62 aircraft, which redefined the operation model of regional aviation in China


Shockingly impressive innovations by Lufthansa Technik

Wieland Timm, Vice President Sales, VIP & Special Mission Aircraft of Lufthansa Technik at MEBA with the Editor-in-Chief of SP's AirBuz, Jayant Baranwal.


SP Guide Publications Wins Prestigious Business Aviation Award


At the BizAvIndia Awards 2017 organised by Business Aircraft Operators Association (BAOA) in Bengaluru on February 13, 2017...


Airports Authority of India on the Move

Exclusive Interview

In an exclusive interview with Neetu Dhulia of SP’s Airbuz, Dr Guruprasad Mohapatra, Chairman of AAI gives details of the authority’s action plan for creation of infrastructure by investing 17,800 crore over the next five years.

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Paris Airshow 2017

  • Safran and Maini Precision Products sign supply contract for LEAP engine guide vanes

    Safran Aircraft Engines has taken a significant step forward in its commitment to the Indian government's "Make-in-India" initiative by choosing Maini Precision Products (MPP) to manufacture the low-pressure turbine (LPT) guide vanes for LEAP engines. Safran Aircraft Engines signed a contract with Bengaluru-based MPP today at the Paris Air Show.

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