SP's AirBuz - ISSUE No 03-18<< Previous Issue
In a candid interview Sanjiv Kapoor, Chief Strategy and Commercial Officer, Vistara talks to Jayant Baranwal, Editor-in-Chief of SP’s AirBuz.
The Boeing-Embraer announcement confirms the strong market potential in the 100 to 150 seat category
Airbus and Boeing have dominated the single-aisle narrow body space since the 1990s although their names and component companies have changed several times since then
Aviation related Carbon Dioxide (CO2) emissions are currently approximately two per cent of the global Greenhouse Gas emissions and growing with growth in aviation
In India a long term vision on how to develop civil aircraft manufacturing industry is sadly lacking
The government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi came up with the UDAN scheme with the aim of taking aviation to the remote regions and smaller cities of the country.
The C919 is set to significantly change the narrow-body airliner segment in the next three years or so when its deliveries commence
From Aviation Minister Jayant Sinha endorsing Flying Rickshaws to IIT-Kanpur- VTOL Aviation India’s 15 crore collab to make flying cars, SP’s AirBuz separates facts from fiction.
Co-founder of PigeonIS, Dewang Gala, talks using drone technology to replace manual labour and civil aviation ministry’s drone policy
The week-long biennial event, being held from 16-22 July, is the perfect opportunity for veterans as well as newbies in the aerospace field. Over 1,500 trade exhibitors, 150 aircraft and 150,000 trade and public visitors are expected to visit the show this time
The Indian civil aviation industry is one segment of business that has registered an impressive rate of growth since its liberalisation