SP's AirBuz - ISSUE No 6-2020

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    MARKET FORECAST | EMBRAER
    Embraer expects 5500 new aircraft demand
    By Ayushee Chaudhary

    The Brazil manufacturer expects the coronavirus crisis initiate rightsizing, regionalisation and environmental awareness as a shift in aviation industry

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    ENGINES | OEMS
    Engines For Wide-Body Aircraft
    By Rohit Goel

    As passengers become more discerning, attention of the airlines is on safety, comfort, innovation, sustainability and responsible flying while keeping an eye on costs efficiencies

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    BUSINESS AVIATION | POLICY
    AERA’s Apathy Towards Small Aircraft of GA/BA Industry
    By Rajesh K. Bali

    As of now, AERA has lost its relevance to small aircraft operators and, seeking legal recourse seems the only option left with them.

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    MRO | INDUSTRY
    Global MRO Industry
    By Zorawar Singh Jaiswal

    A prudent, proactive, conciliatory and creative conglomeration between the aviation OEMs, airlines, MRO companies, logisticians and computer programmers, can help tide over the COVID-19 crisis

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    MRO | INDUSTRY
    Current State of Indian MRO Industry
    By Pulak Sen

    Airlines in India have risen up to this increase in demand of cargo volumes and have requisitioned the services of Indian MROs to temporarily convert their aircraft from passenger to cargo/freighters

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    MRO | INDUSTRY
    India’s Potential as a Major MRO Hub
    By Sukhchain Singh

    With the changes in taxation policy, India’s MRO industry for the first time will be able to see light at the end of the tunnel

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    MRO | INDUSTRY
    MRO Opportunities and Challenges – India
    By Zorawar Singh Jaiswal

    India offers a great MRO opportunity due to its geographical location, proximity to the international shipping lines and its own massive intrinsic aircraft fleet

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    ENGINES | PRATT & WHITNEY
    Pratt & Whitney GTF Family continues its way up
    By Ayushee Chaudhary

    The GTF engine is in a league of its own. The first in a new era of commercial jet engines, the GTF is built with an architecture that is superior by design with an unmatched runway for growth

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    BUSINESS AVIATION | NBAA-VBACE
    Inaugural Virtual Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition
    By Ayushee Chaudhary

    With virtual booths, exhibition halls, chat lounges and much more, NBAA’s VBACE 2020 took innovation a notch-up

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    BUSINESS AVIATION | NBAA-VBACE
    Business Aviation To Emerge Stronger From Pandemic
    By Ayushee Chaudhary

    Industry leaders came together virtually to discuss the new era of healthy travel

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    BUSINESS AVIATION | NBAA-VBACE
    VBACE 2020 Highlights Workforce Concerns and Changes
    By Ayushee Chaudhary

    From the ground support staff to the maintenance professional, working in isolation to working from home, education sessions at VBACE proactively discussed about the transitions in the workforce post COVID-19

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    BUSINESS AVIATION | NBAA-VBACE
    VBACE Lays Out Key Suggestions For First-Time Buyers
    By Ayushee Chaudhary

    Considering the rising number of first time customers in the business aviation industry, VBACE 2020 got together experts to pitch in advice for them

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    BUSINESS AVIATION | NBAA-VBACE
    Towards A Sustainable Future
    By Ayushee Chaudhary

    While the industry is tackling the coronavirus crisis, the leaders are aware that the climate crisis is not to be ignored

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    BUSINESS AVIATION | NBAA-VBACE
    Innovation is the Way Forward
    By Ayushee Chaudhary

    While leaders discussed the future of flight innovations, VBACE successfully stood testimony to innovation and adaptation

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    Editor’s Note
    By B.K. Pandey, Editor

    The Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul segment took a severe beating during the lockdown, but as air travel comes back, MRO has started to look up, ably assisted by some favourable government policies

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    END NOTE
    The Boeing 737 Max Roars Back into the Skies
    By B.K. Pandey

    The two accidents involving the Boeing 737 MAX were indicative of the need for review and restructuring of regulatory procedures to remove inherent flaws in the system