SP's AirBuz - ISSUE No 04-17

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Issue Features

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    DRONES | REGULATIONS
    Drones and Civil Aviation
    By B.K. Pandey

    The variety and number of UAVs in the non-military segment, the roles these are being employed in and their capability as well as performance levels, are multiplying rapidly

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    DRONES | SECURITY
    Airport Security – Plug the Gaps
    By P.C. Katoch

    What magnifies the overall threat matrix is the China-Pakistan collusive anti-India nexus that has no compunctions to exploit terrorism as a tool for terrorising India

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    EXCLUSIVE
    INTERVIEW | EMBRAER COMMERCIAL
    'Profit Hunter' Unleashed

    Cesar Pereira
    Vice President of Commercial Aviation for Asia-Pacific

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    REGIONAL AVIATION | ROLE
    Jets can Decongest Major Hubs
    By R. Chandrakanth

    With the major hubs heavily congested, the question analysts ask is why operators do not connect regional airports with ‘right’ size aircraft without transiting through the major hubs?

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    INTERVIEW | PRATT & WHITNEY
    Pratt & Whitney Transforming Aviation

    Palash Roy Chowdhury, Managing Director, Pratt & Whitney India, in conversation with Neetu Dhulia of SP’s AirBuz.

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    ENGINES | P&W
    Engine Dominance in Commercial Aviation
    By R. Chandrakanth

    With over 13,000 large commercial engines installed today, Pratt & Whitney provides dependable power to hundreds of airlines and operators every day

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    TECHNOLOGY | CONNECTIVITY
    Staying Connected
    By Rohit Goel, onboard the Honeywell Connected Aircraft

    Honeywell is betting big on an estimated $7 billion market opportunity globally in ‘Connected Aircraft’ business offering services that cost much less than in-flight entertainment today.

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    ONE-ON-ONE
    INTERVIEW | HONEYWELL
    “The importance that we give to the India market is very, very high!”

    Neelu Khatri
    President Aerospace, Honeywell India

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    SHOW REPORT | PARIS AIR SHOW 2017
    Show Bills $150 Billion Deals
    By R. Chandrakanth

    Continuing on this winning note, the organisers announced that the 53rd International Paris-Le Bourget Air Show, the world’s biggest aerospace fair, will be held from June 17-23, 2019

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    FINALLY
    The Malaise Within
    By B.K. Pandey

    In its report in which the CAG has held the Ministry of Civil Aviation responsible for the financial loss, the government auditor has finally managed to bell the cat!