BizAvIndia 3/2016 - Supplement to SP's Aviation 8/2016<< Previous Issue Next Issue >>
What the new RCS would need for success is the demonstrated ‘desire’, through effective implementation
At present, India has only 75 operational airfields with scheduled operations. To put this into perspective, India has fewer airports than the United Kingdom, a country 13 times smaller in area.
The Managing Director of Arrow Aircraft, Rohit Kapur, tells BizAvIndia about the market potential of the Twin Otter series in the region.
Unlike a charter, where one has to charter the entire aircraft with accoutrements that comes with it, air taxi runs on ‘pay per seat’ basis...
There is excitement in the air in India, thanks to the many government initiatives. The National Civil Aviation Policy and the proposed Regional Connectivity Scheme are going to prop up the aviation sector...
The management of the aviation company can accept no deviation or compromise of any kind in areas of maintenance and operations...
Reports indicate that demand for business jets is likely to move north from 2018.
Embraer Executive Jets announced that its Legacy 450 has received certification for an extended range of 2,904 nm (5,378 km).
Dassault Aviation’s new Falcon 8X has received approval from the US Federal Aviation Administration.
Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. announced that the fifth Gulfstream G500 test aircraft has completed its first flight.
The Honda Aircraft Company announced that it has earned a Production Certificate from the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).
Kudos to the present government which is trying to fulfil its promise of enhancing regional and remote air connectivity in India, albeit happening a bit too late. Like they say, better late than never.