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Excluding the deeper impact of the ongoing Russia-Ukraine conflict, the passenger number is expected to exceed the pre-COVID-19 levels in the next two years
The Competition Commission of India approved acquisition of entire shareholding in AirAsia India by Air India.
Captain Simran Singh Tiwana, CEO, Star Air talks to Jayant Baranwal, Editor-in-Chief, SP’s AirBuz about the journey of the airline with their future plans and his outlook on travel in India
Our commitment to powering sustainable aviation is demonstrated by our investments in new technology, materials and products that consume less fuel through increased engine efficiency, including hybrid-electric technology
Since most aviation emissions are at high altitudes where they intensify the warming impact and since aviation emissions are among the fastest growing, the industry is under immense pressure to decarbonise
The focus of the global airline industry for the next generation airliners will be on technologies that will enhance not only operating efficiency of airliners, but will strive to achieve near zero levels of emission
Undoubtedly, to switch to single crew airliner will mean significant operating cost savings while still maintaining safety levels similar to conventional two-pilot commercial operations would be essential
Inaugurated by the Prime Minister of the nation, India’s biggest drone festival becomes a beacon for India’s march towards becoming a drone hub by 2030
The global aviation summit created a platform for key industrial discussions that covered a wide array of topics pertaining to the aviation industry
Whether India will figure as a major operator of seaplane services, will finally depend on the determination with which the government handles this segment of the civil aviation industry
Akasa Air, India’s newest airline released the “first look” photographs of its aircraft from Boeing production facility in Portland as it gets ready for delivery.
Kishore Jayaraman, President – India and South Asia for Rolls-Royce, has received an honorary Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) by Her Majesty The Queen. He received the award for services to international trade and investment, with a key focus on promotion of India-UK trade.
Jet Airways will take to the skies once again, after the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) granted it a revalidated Air Operator Certificate (AOC) on May 22, 2022, allowing the airline to resume commercial flight operations.
Boeing has suspended support of Russian airlines operating its products, including spare parts sales and engineering services, adding to previously announced pauses affecting its Russian and Ukrainian operations...
On March 21, 2022, Flight MU5735, which was en route from Kunming to Guangzhou, crashed in the mountains of Guangxi killing 123 passengers and nine crew members in mainland China’s deadliest aviation disaster in 28 years.
The Indira Gandhi International Airport at New Delhi was the world’s second busiest airport in March this year in terms of the total number of domestic and international flights handled, said Official Airline Guide (OAG), a global travel data provider, in its recent report.
The first flight training academy in the North East was inaugurated at Lilabari airport in Assam’s Lakhimpur district on April 19, 2022.
A proposal has been received by the central government with regard to renaming thirteen airports in the country and the cabinet has to make the decision in this regard.
The Government of India has set a target of increasing the number of airports in the country from 140 to 220 by 2025.
On April 12, 2022, a Dornier 228, the first Made-in-India transport aircraft began its commercial operations with a maiden flight from Dibrugarh in Assam to Pasighat in Arunachal Pradesh.
Backed by the buoyant aviation market, India will require 2,210 new aircraft over the next 20 years and that fleet could comprise 1,770 new small and 440 medium and large aircraft, Head of Airline Marketing India and South Asia, Airbus, Brent McBratney said.
The European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has published a regulatory change which will allow airlines to reduce the amount of fuel carried for diversions and delays.
Pratt & Whitney named Rick Deurloo President of its Commercial Engines business. On May 12, 2022, Tata Sons announced the appointment of Campbell Wilson as the Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of Air India.
There is a pressing need for the entire aviation industry to work together for environment protection and sustainability for a net-zero carbon emission by 2050