BizAvIndia 2/2020 - Supplement to SP’s Aviation<< Previous Issue
The government needs to work with greater empathy and trust towards the industry and to ensure that the businesses are given immediate blood transfusion so that they can survive
As the Union government, along with the state governments, goes about the fire-fighting exercise, Indians stand rock-solid together in this hour of crisis
The recovery when it happens, may not be the V shape that many expect because the appetite for demand may be subdued in favour of savings
The present rate of 28 per cent is unsustainable and needs to be brought down to 5 per cent at par with NSOP
Equalisation and low rate of import duties of GA/BA aircraft. This will reduce costs and make processes more seamless.
Indian economy cannot be stalled due to such pandemics and this requires businessmen and business houses functioning and moving around. Private aviation is a good solution for this...
As airports and airlines gathered spotlight of being the most likely venues for the spread of the novel coronavirus, private jet operators experienced an undue rise in demand
Two More Aircraft Officially Start Flight Testing
In these turbulent times, our work at the federal level, before local authorities, with media sources, and elsewhere emphasises of the importance of business aviation to the nation’s economy and transportation system, to achieve the right outcomes for the industry
“There is an opportunity here for OEMs and others in the industry to attract new concept buyers,” said JetNet’s Cardarelli.
The FAA has approved a 24-month extension to NBAA’s Small Aircraft Exemption until March 31, 2022, allowing NBAA members that operate small aircraft to take advantage of the flexibility usually offered to operators of larger, turbine-powered aircraft.
Billings Flying Service, A family-owned operation specialising in aerial lift and firefighting, recently reprogrammed 3-D printers to produce protective face masks for local medical personnel in Billings, MT, in the fight against the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
BizAvIndia maps General Aviation’s situation in India. Held on the sidelines of WINGS India 2020 in Hyderabad, the BizAvIndia conference gave the required start to the event amid COVID-19 threats.
Amid the challenging situations, India has commendably showcased the significance of taking harsh but necessary actions, despite them having severe consequences on the industry, but it is time now to resume the aviation sector for the revival of economic activities.
On the significant side-lines, before the main issue, considering the current & the likely after-effects of the on-going COVID-19 event, there are perhaps going to be some fundamental changes in future in the mind-sets of people across nations towards air travel, which in turn should, to a lesser or greater extent, affect the fundamentals of the business air travel industry.