SP's Aviation - ISSUE No 09-14Previous Issue Next Issue
Presently, airlines in India are going through turbulent times, making one wonder how new airlines are daring to enter this business when there is bloodshed around
The Indian Air Force (IAF) is looking to procure 160-200 light bullet-proof vehicles for movement and operations of small independent teams.
The DAC has approved the purchase of 22 Boeing AH-64D Apache Block III and 15 CH-47F Chinook helicopters...
The Indian Air Force (IAF) is looking to procure 1-3 Jaguar DARIN-III ‘Fixed Base Full Mission’ and 1-3 Jaguar DARIN-II...
The Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) is scouting a long-range electro-optic (LREO) payload...
Dr Vivek Lall has taken over as the Chief Executive of General Atomics headquartered in San Diego and will be overseeing the global operations of the company.
India will be setting a new template for defence cooperation with Japan, which other strategic partners of Japan would also like to emulate
True to its reputation, the IAF has once again risen to the occasion to respond effectively to the unforeseen disaster that struck the state of Jammu and Kashmir
The growing inadequacies in the offensive and defensive assets of the IAF may undermine its capability to effectively shoulder its responsibilities
JAL’s wholly-owned subsidiary J-Air is playing a significant role in JAL’s restructuring and the new E-Jets ordered are in line with its regional expansion plans
If we look at the global scenario for aviation safety, approximately 1,00,000 flights take to the sky and land without incident on a daily basis
afety management is a prerequisite for any sustainable aviation business and few organisations can survive the economic consequences of a major accident
The airframe manufacturers are going ahead with their programmes in the hope that the market around the world will pick up
The Aeronautical Society of America declared Bessica’s flight as the first solo flight by a woman in the United States for which she was awarded a diamond-studded gold medal inscribed ‘First Woman Aviator in America’.
Clearance of long-pending deals within 100 days of the new government coming to power does signal the possibility of speedy finalisation of the contract for the Rafale medium multi-role combat aircraft
The Indian Ministry of Defence (MoD) has scrapped a scam-tainted tender worth over Rs. 6,000 crore to procure 197 light utility helicopters (LUHs) for the Indian Army and the Indian Air Force (IAF) to replace the vintage fleet of Cheetah and Chetak helicopters that are used to support forces deployed in high altitude locations such as on the Siachen Glacier.
Blacklisting of defence firms would ultimately have a deleterious impact on the operational preparedness of the armed forces.