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Though the aviation sector accounts for less than two per cent of human-induced CO2 emissions, it is continuously working on becoming more and more environment-friendly.
Indian civil aviation sector expects from the NDA Government the attention it rightly deserves.
The economic and environmental drivers for modern engine designs are high powerto-weight ratio, high reliability, low cost, low specific fuel consumption and low noise/emission levels.
The regional airline industry is spoilt for choice and the healthy competition has seen engine manufacturers fine-tuning their engines to capture the growing regional aviation market.
CRM training may appear to be a costly proposition but the costs, which are insignificant anyway, far outweigh the benefits
Starting with the first ever autopilot demonstration by Lawrence Sperry on June 18, 1914, Honeywell Aerospace commenced its highly eventful journey, developing technologies that have contributed immensely to aviation.
Honeywell Aerospace is a global technology leader with 100 years of solid experience. Scientists and engineers of the company are working on different technologies in the realm of aviation & international visiting media got a peek into some of the pathbreaking developments...
With economies opening up fast and smaller towns and cities getting networked with metros, the future of regional aviation is promising.
In keeping with its philosophy of “minimum government, maximum governance”, the new political dispensation has a rare chance to sweep clean the Augean Stables and free Air India from its fetters, setting it back on the high growth path—under private professional management.
While operators in general aviation are battling the government, the worst sufferers are those that are aspiring to own Microlights or Powered Hang Gliders meant for sport aviation.