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Given the growing state of the Indian economy, India’s defence spending can be expected to swell correspondingly, thus providing market opportunities for indigenous as well as traditional global arms suppliers.
AgustaWestland prototype AW189 has completed its maiden flight
Lufthansa Technik plans to fit the first complete cabin interior using a Virtual Fitcheck in two years
The tussle between airlines and the MoCA over route networking is a continual process. One of the solutions lies in improving the infrastructure at the smaller airports to a level that airlines find flying to them attractive.
If 2011 proved to be an eventful year for the IAF in terms of new acquisitions, year 2012 promises to be even more exciting with the year expected to begin on a high note
Technology carries a certain momentum of its own. Despite very high costs and the considerable margin by which the US has already outpaced its nearest competitor, buzz for a ‘sixth-generation fighter’...
With India’s emerging status as a regional power, the nation will indeed require the capability of swift response and power projection to safeguard its national security interests...
With rapid advances in the fields of robotics and artificial intelligence, UAVs are increasingly becoming more versatile.
The Boeing C-17 Globemaster III was planned to be wound up in 2004, but production has been extended again and again, and the end is not in sight.
Honeywell claims that compared to the current Adour Mk811 engines fitted on the IAF Jaguars, its proven and mass-produced F125IN is 267.6 kg (590 lb) lighter...
The most befitting tribute to the IAF’s role in the 1971 Indo-Pak War came from none other than Lt General A.A.K. Niazi, who when asked as to why he had surrendered his command when his Army was still intact...
Pritam Bhavnani, President, Honeywell Aerospace India, spoke about the unique characteristics of T-Hawk.
He was a man in advance of his time—the first true scientific aerial investigator and the first to grasp the basic principles and forces of flight