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Private aviation will grow exponentially, given the changing circumstances, but the government needs to assist in accelerating the growth in this sector, along the same lines as the UDAN scheme
FBOs provide significant pre and post departure time saving advantages and convenience which can help multiply the number of business aviation users in India
With these factors in view, Jayant Baranwal, Editor-in-Chief, BizAvIndia spoke with Christian Falthman, Director – Public and Media Relations, Gulfstream Aerospace.
Held on the sidelines of WINGS India 2022 in Hyderabad, the BizAvIndia conference brought together the industry stakeholders after a transitioned post-pandemic world and streamlined the way forward
Speaking at the 6th edition of BizAvIndia Conference, organised by the Business Aircraft Operators Association (BAOA), Rohit Kapur, President, JetHQ Asia, shared some pain points and challenges of doing business in India
On the sidelines of Wings India 2022, Chairman of JetHQ, Ted Farid sat down with Ayushee Chaudhary, BizAvIndia for a quick conversation and shared his thoughts about the industry.
EBACE 2022 reflected the industry’s commitment to innovation, sustainability, inclusion and excellence, stated the organisers
EBACE 2022 looked at sustainability not only through the lens of environment but also services, work environment, and inclusion thus providing an all-round sustainable future’s pathway
Electric aircraft and advanced air mobility were among the most-talked about topics at the show this year
‘Sustainability’ is the buzzword these days amongst the GA/BA community. At the recently concluded EBACE 2022 show, the inaugural EBACE Business Aviation Sustainability Summit witnessed industry leaders examining business aviation’s efforts to reduce carbon emissions, increase the use of SAF and generally move toward a more environmentally friendly future.
The biennial Hyderabad Airshow jointly organised by Ministry of Civil Aviation and Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry (FICCI) went of very well in last week of March this year and saw attendance of global aviation professionals.