SP's AirBuz - ISSUE No 01-18

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    INDUSTRY | REGULATIONS
    Indian Civil Aviation Industry — Corrections Needed
    By B.K. Pandey

    With the potential for growth in the Indian civil aviation industry being high, there is a need to take corrective steps to ensure its vibrant and dynamic growth

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    INDUSTRY | REGULATIONS
    The Necessity of Slot Coordination
    By Alexandre de Juniac

    Right now, IATA is working with our counterpart organisation Airports Council International and the Slot Coordinator community, on a major modernisation programme

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    TECHNOLOGY | BIO FUELS
    Bio-Fuel Technology — Future of Power
    By A.K. Sachdev

    With the growing alarm and awareness of depleting fossil fuels and concerns regarding the environment, the market for alternative fuels for the aviation industry is expected to grow significantly

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    REGIONAL AVIATION | CONNECTIVITY
    UDAN Enters Cruise Mode
    By Joseph Noronha

    The credibility of UDAN is now fairly well established and once Round Two is implemented, it will add about five per cent to the total passenger trips in the country

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    STOP PRESS
    UNION BUDGET
    UDAN scheme gets a major push in the Union Budget 2018-19
    By Arpita Kala

    While Minister of State for Civil Aviation Jayant Sinha had declared the Union Budget 2018-19 as a ‘political document’, some of the plans mentioned in the fiscal budget may bode well for Indian aviation especially for the UDAN (Ude Desh ka Aam Nagrik) scheme.

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    REGIONAL AVIATION | RCS
    UDAN-II Takes-off, Big Boost to Regional Conectivity
    By Rohit Srivastava

    With addition of heli-services in the scheme, UDAN is going to make journeys to the hills much faster and comfortable

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    CREW | PILOTS
    A Concrete Step to Address Pilot Shortage
    By John Slattery

    The airline industry offers tremendous opportunity and job security for pilots, especially with such robust growth in air travel projected over the next twenty years

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    MRO | BUSINESS
    Business Scope for Civil MRO in India
    By Sukhchain Singh

    It is expected that approximately 10,000 aircraft would be in service in the region by 2035, creating an opportunity for the major MRO players in the region

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    MRO | BUSINESS JETS
    Opportunities for Business Jets and MRO Companies
    By Zorawar Singh Jaiswal

    Facts and the subsequent analyses provide useful insights for business jet owners and Maintenance Repair and Overhaul (MRO) service providers to discover where new business opportunities lie

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    FINALLY
    Saras Airborne Again!
    By B.K. Pandey

    Nine years after the fatal accident that paralysed the project, the Saras got airborne once again and rekindled hope of revival of the indigenous civil aircraft programme