Interviews

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    INTERVIEW | AAI
    Airports Authority of India on the Move

    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 Rs. 17,800 crore over the next five years.

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    INTERVIEW | OEM
    Bell Helicopters Meet Diverse Needs of Asia-Pacific

    In an interview with Rohit Goel of SP’s AirBuz, the Managing Director of Bell Helicopters, Asia, Sameer A. Rehman talks about how the platforms fit the needs of Asia-Pacific.

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    EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW | EMBRAER
    John Slattery, President & CEO of Embraer Commercial

    Embraer achieved 1,000 E-Jets delivery in less than 10 years post its entry into service. Today, the E-Jets fleet has accumulated more than 19 million flight hours, redefining the traditional concept of regional aircraft by operating across a range of business applications. SP's AirBuz Editor-in-Chief Jayant Baranwal speaks to John Slattery, President & CEO of Embraer Commercial on this occasion

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    EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW | IRELAND MINISTER
    Ireland offers aviation leasing and more to 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 have so much to share.

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    AIRLINES | INTERVIEW
    Zoom Air, National Airline with a Regional Heart!

    While being a full service airline, we are clear in our approach to be an airline for smaller cities: Koustav Dhar, Zoom Air

  • Honeywell's GoDirect, making landing easier

    The Honeywell's Global Data Center provides a pilot with comprehensive flight support services which are designed to fly more efficiently, avoid hazardous weather conditions and delays

  • Shockingly impressive innovations by Lufthansa Technik

    Lufthansa Technik is the leading provider of maintenance, repair, overhaul and modification services for civil aircraft. It is the number one company for MRO services around the world, having been in this line of business since the early 1950s. The German company, which is known to be quite innovative also on the front of VVIP and VIP aircraft refurbishments, was in full strength at the Middle East Business Aviation (MEBA) event in Dubai where its Vice President (Sales) VIP & Special Mission Aircraft, Wieland Timm spoke in detail of the company's footprint in the aviation industry with the Editor-in-Chief of SP's AirBuz, Jayant Baranwal.

  • Bell Helicopters Upbeat about India

    Neetu Dhulia from SP's AirBuz interacts with Sameer A. Rehman, Managing Director, Asia Pacific, Bell Helicopters on the sidelines of Farnborough International Airshow 2016.

  • We are very much in favour of 'Make in India': Spanish Ambassador Gustavo de Aristegui

    The Ambassador of Spain in India, Gustavo de Aristegui in an interaction with Mr. Jayant Baranwal, Editor-in-Chief of SP's AirBuz explains how Spain has in the last about four years deepened ties with India and looks forward to strengthening the relationship based on trust and benefits

  • Gujarat Beckons Investments in Aviation

    The state of Gujarat has been a progressive one. It is taking active steps to develop all sectors, including aviation. The Director of Civil Aviation, Government of Gujarat, Captain Ajay Chauhan explains the steps the state is taking to network intra and inter-state.

  • Rolls-Royce: 'Partnership with India - Past, Present and Future

    Rolls-Royce is a power systems company catering to aircraft, ships and land applications. Rolls-Royce is best known for aero engines that power many of the world's most advanced passenger jets, like the new Airbus A350 and the Boeing 787 Dreamliner. But, there is much more to the company than that. It also produce lowemission power systems for ships, a wide array of land vehicles: ranging from trains to combine harvesters. Here Kishore Jayaraman, President, Rolls-Royce India and South Asia, talks about the company's strides in India.

  • Boeing to Capitalise on India's 'Sunrise Market'

    'Sunrise' is a traditional definition. We are looking forward to every project and we see growth.

  • Modernising Indian Airports with Honeywell Technologies

    As India's civil aviation sector works towards its potential, there are major investments in infrastructure happening. One of them is airport infrastructure to make aircraft movement seamlessly smooth, safe and efficient. Honeywell Aerospace is in the forefront of such development. Here Arijit Ghosh, President, Honeywell Aerospace India, talks about various solutions that Honeywell has on offer for India.

  • Dr Vivek Lall, CEO, General Atomics

    Dr Vivek Lall, an enterprising aerospace and defence expert, has held various key appointments in the past. Of late he headed Boeing India operations and later took over as President & CEO of Reliance New Ventures. He is affiliated with the United Nations in New York to advise on Broadband and Cyber Security issues. Dr Lall has taken over as the Chief Executive of General Atomics headquartered in San Diego and will be overseeing the global operations of the company. Dr Lall speaks to SP's on September 3rd in his first official interview indicating on the plans and strengths of General Atomics.

  • InterGlobe & CAE see huge opportunity in pilot training

    Boeing has projected that the largest projected growth in pilot demands would be in the Asia Pacific region with a requirement for 192,300 new pilots over the next 20 years. With demand surging in emerging markets, there certainly is urgent need to put up training institutions in place.

  • Spain keen on expanding partnership with India: Ambassador

    Spain which has a long maritime history takes enormous pride in its ships. On the eve of the visit of the Spanish Armada ship Cantabria in Goa soon, the Spanish Embassy in India and also a substantial number of Spaniards here are 'emotional' and 'excited' about the docking here in India.

  • Eaton Chairman is "bullish" about aerospace business in India

    Diversified industrial manufacturer Eaton Corporation has announced a sales target of $500 million in India by the end of 2015, which would triple its current revenue in the country.