SP's AirBuz - ISSUE No 02-18<< Previous Issue Next Issue >>
Don’t think of Regional Jets as extinct birds. Instead, think of them as rising like a Phoenix.
India has great potential in the civil aviation domain,but the need exists for the establishment to seriously address some of the impediments to India achieving a podium position globally
As all the airliners are procured from abroad, it is the airlines’ economic models, operations and marketing strategies to attract and retain customers, are factors that make the difference
Emirates has safeguarded its interests and also at the same time, been a ‘good friend’ to Airbus without bruising its relationship with Boeing
It is in everybody’s interest, including that of the global aviation industry to reduce emissions and thereby avert at least the more serious consequences of climate change
Globalisation of MRO services, manpower cost competitiveness, availability of talent, advantages of location and the presence of specialist capabilities, all combine to make India a potential global MRO hub
Airport Authority of India’s Executive Director (RCS), G.K. Chaukiyal tells Arpita Kala of SP’s AirBuz why the Regional Connectivity Scheme is going to work
In an exclusive interview to Manish Pant of SP’s AirBuz, Javed Malik, Chief Operating Officer of Bangalore International Airport (BIAL), the public-private consortium that operates it, says that on completion of the second terminal in 2021, the airport’s handling capacity would exceed 65 million passengers per annum (MPPA).
Without any big ticket aircraft deal, the industry focused more on components, maintenance, repairs and overhauls contracts
After more than 14 years of struggle against the crippling restrictions on ground handling, the government appears to have finally relented