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An important but often overlooked component of a country’s economy is the role connectivity plays in its growth. Air, land, voice, data connectivities are all essential to improving productivity in a modern economy.
From tax tolls to insufficient infrastructure, broad policies to inaccurate awareness, the business aviation industry in India is still waiting for the big boom.
The number of business aircraft operators is down to 99, marking the lowest ebb for the charter industry, BAOA President Air Vice Marshal S.S. Chauhan (Retd) tells Vishal Thapar of BizAvIndia.
Flying like a bird in the sky, looking like an airplane amid the clouds and soaring like a jet, these Jetmen are all set to leave you stunned during the Expo 2020, Dubai.
Officially launching the flight-test programme for the G700, this flight is the next step forward in Gulfstream’s vision for the future
Business Aviation is a vital tool for companies of all sizes, enabling passengers to use their travel time more effectively and efficiently as compared to other modes of travel
Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. recently announced it will expand its operations in the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area with the construction of a service center at Fort Worth Alliance Airport.
Embraer Executive Jets delivered 51 Phenom 300 and Phenom 300E light jets in 2019, making it the most delivered light jet of the year.
Textron Aviation, a Textron Inc. company, delivered more jets in 2019 than any other business aircraft manufacturer in its segment, according to the annual shipment and billings report published by the General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA).
Bombardier’s leading Challenger 350 business jet has extended its impressive market performance as the world’s most delivered business jet in the super mid-size segment for the last six years.
While India claims to be on the path to achieve $5 Trillion economy soon, it seems to be missing out on the vital role that the business aviation industry can play towards this goal
India has been credited repeatedly with holding one of the largest pool of technical manpower over the last few decades. Yet it is surprising that in the field of aviation, India has been lagging far behind in setting up MRO facilities for aircraft, aircraft engines, components and accessories, as compared to very small countries such as Israel and Singapore, just to name only two among a host of other small countries situated in our contiguous region viz the Middle-East & the Far-East.