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The Middle East Business Aviation Association has forecast that the Middle East business aviation market will grow to over $1 billion in ten years from now, with a total of 1,300 business jets in operation
The maiden flight of the first of three Embraer EMB 145 AEW&C aircraft for IAF was conducted recently
The LCA Navy Mk.2, powered by the GE F414 turbofan, when operational, will be ordered in larger numbers
Thanks to the superb use of air power by the IAF, the Indo-Pak War 1971 was the first time India successfully fought a two-front war.
Embraer executive jets have received acceptance of excellence from customers in the Middle East
The company sees growing demand from the Middle East in all market segments, from the mid range to the ultra-long-range
Despite the recent market conditions, Dassault Falcon has a fleet of more than 60 Falcon business jets operated by customers in the region and a backlog of a dozen additional aircraft to be delivered to regional buyers
The Middle East business aviation market will grow and although a preference for wide-body, long-range business jets will remain; midsize aircraft like the Sovereign will continue to grow in importance too
The US-India Aviation Summit 2011 served to reinforce the nascent bonds between the aviation industries of the US and India and generated considerable excitement amongst the guests from abroad
An interview with Nicole Y. Lamb-Hale, Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Manufacturing and Services, International Trade Administration
An interview with Steve Fulton of GE Aviation
More than 56,548 trade visitors along with 960 exhibitors from 50 countries participated in the Dubai Air Show 2011, as the Middle East economy seemed to have bounced back from the global slowdown
On the sidelines of Dubai Air Show, Roger Hubble, Special Mission Product Manager, Hawker Beechcraft Corporation, spoke about the capabilities of the King Air 350ER.
Over the last six decades, Moog has developed a reputation worldwide for products that are at the forefront of the aerospace industry.
He will be remembered as an extraordinarily gifted inventor whose vision soared far beyond the confines of his humble workshop