SP's AirBuz - ISSUE No 01-16

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    EXCLUSIVE
    RENDEZVOUS | CIVIL AVIATION MINISTER
    'New Policy Awaiting Cabinet NOD'

    Jayant Baranwal, Editor-in-Chief of SP’s AirBuz (accompanied by Neetu Dhulia) had an exclusive rendezvous with the Union Minister of Civil Aviation, P. Ashok Gajapathi Raju during the second half of January this year.

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    SHOW PREVIEW | INDIA AVIATION 2016
    India’s Civil Aviation Sector: Potential as Global Manufacturing and MRO Hub

    The Ministry of Civil Aviation, Government of India and Federation of Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) are jointly organising the ‘India Aviation Conference-2016’ on March 17, 2016, at Hyderabad.

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    INTERVIEW | BOEING
    'Right capacity or slight over capacity, but not over capacity is the solution for India'

    Dinesh Keskar, Senior Vice President of Boeing (Asia-Pacific & South Asia)

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    ENGINES | PRATT & WHITNEY
    Performance Extraordinaire
    By R. Chandrakanth

    The Pratt & Whitney PW1000G is a high-bypass geared turbofan engine family, currently selected as the exclusive engine for the Bombardier CSeries; Mitsubishi Regional Jet and Embraer’s next-generation E-Jets and as an option on the Irkut MC-21 and Airbus A320neo.

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    ENVIRONMENT | BIOFUEL
    Biofuel, The Next Alternative
    By R. Chandrakanth

    Research has shown that, on a full carbon life cycle basis, using the equivalent quantity of some alternative fuels could reduce CO2 emissions by around 80 per cent compared to the jet fuel they replace

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    AIR SAFETY | DRONES
    Proliferation of UAVS: Cause for concern?
    By A.K. Sachdev

    The commercial allure of UAVs has led to an inexorable and uncontrollable proliferation; a problem that could have been nipped in the bud is now a burgeoning plantation with branches mushrooming every minute

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    INDUSTRY | REGULATIONS
    Cape Town Convention and Its Implementation in India
    By Shriniwas Mishra

    The Cape Town Convention supersedes the “Geneva Convention” on the International Recognition of Rights in Aircraft signed in Geneva on June 19, 1948

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    AIRSHOW | PREVIEW
    Singapore Airshow: Asia-Pacific’s Crowning Glory
    By R. Chandrakanth

    The Airbus Global Market Forecast 2013 projected that the demand for air traffic is expected to grow at 4.7 per cent annually, with the Asia-Pacific being the bustling region of growth as it takes the lead in the surging demand, surpassing Europe and North America

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    FINALLY
    March Towards A Bright Future!
    By B.K. Pandey

    After 20 months of governance by the NDA Government, things appear to have begun to change for the better