BizAvIndia 1/2019 - Supplement to SP’s Aviation 2/2019<< Previous Issue
The Government needs to offer an environment and a playing field which is conducive to the growth of Business Aviation
Business Aviation is a great leveler of economic wealth as it initiates commercial development in backward areas by opening up inaccessible areas and factors of production for entrepreneurs
The fact that Business Aviation generates significant direct and a fair amount of indirect employment makes it even more attractive from the macro perspective
Beyond the flight operations manager, pilots and MRO personnel, business aviation draws many more careers and employment opportunities related to aviation, luxury travel, customer service and sales.
The success of the aviation sector hinges on competence in technical expertise and soft skills and this applies to Business Aviation as well
As of now, ‘Skill India’ lacks the velocity to achieve this objective and Business Aviation, at the bottom of the Indian civil aviation pecking order, continues to suffer from a skill development deficiency disorder
The success of Business Aviation depends upon the infrastructure available to operate aircraft, reasonable regulations, marketing strategies, prudent operational planning, skilling human resources and easy financing
The Praetor 500 and the Praetor 600, announced by Embraer in October 2018, truly challenge the status quo in their respective classes with unmatched performance, especially in range capabilities with a full passenger count and all their luggage.
The Ude Desh ka Aam Nagrik (UDAN) III recently announced by the Government may prove to be a game-changer for achieving air connectivity in the remote areas of India
ACASS is a worldwide provider of highly customized support services for business aviation. Since 1994, they have been empowering individuals and organizations to own their journeys with cohesive, best-in-class services and worldclass expertise in every corner of the world, with extensive experience in North America, South America, Europe, India, the Middle East, Africa, Southeast Asia and China.
Vinit Phatak, President, ACASS India, speaks to Neetu Dhulia of BizAvIndia about their Indian operations and future plans.
Corporations in the US are striving to provide wings to supersonic dreams and SSBJs that can slash long flight times by half, may be operational in five to seven years
This issue of BizAvIndia shows as to how the various key roles Business Aviation does play, apart from supporting the democratic process. Eventually towards the ultimate cause of nation building.
This edition of BizAvIndia is the final one before the tenure of present Governing Board expires. I would like to thank all GB members of BAOA for their valuable inputs and support for making this as a very productive tenure for BAOA, as well as for the entire industry.