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Increased defence budgeting and speedy indigenisation are the only alternatives for India to match the aggressively growing aerospace might of China
Would the IAF be able to effectively confront the PLAAF in the event of a large scale conflict that would involve the employment of air power by both sides?
The military transport fleet globally has evolved progressively over the years and today is a mix of platforms designed for strategic and tactical roles
Three ventilators and an oxygen concentrator have been developed by ISRO’s Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre and are soon expected to be commercially produced
While uncertainty looms large over global travel’s restoration, the airline industry has to overcome the financial grievances as well as innovate for transforming consumer behavior
From the start of April through the first week of May, overall, business aviation flight activity in Europe was up 10 per cent on same period in 2020
Start with understanding the client’s travel requirements – both current and future and then shortlist aircraft based on this preliminary analysis. Follow it up with educating the client on what best options are suitable for their travel needs.
It is no secret that the climate on earth is going through major transformations and we need more efforts towards understanding and addressing these issues.
With the touchdown of Tianwen-1 on Mars, putting the first section of the country’s permanent space station into orbit, returning the first lunar samples to Earth, and more, China is rapidly strengthening its space presence
For India, increased defence budget and speedy indigenisation are the only alternatives to match the aggressively growing aerospace might of China. Meanwhile there is a grave need to hasten acquiring 114 new jet fighters.
In August this year, while addressing a seminar on ‘Atmanirbhar Bharat’ or Self Reliant India that was organised by the Ministry of Defence (MOD), Prime Minister Narendra Modi exhorted the Indian armed forces...
Sheila Scott was the founder and the first governor of the British branch of “The Ninety-Nines”, an association for licensed women pilots created by Amelia Earhart
The IAF does need a larger fleet of flight refuelling aircraft as all combat aircraft inducted into the IAF in the future, will have in-flight refuelling capability
Defence Metallurgical Research Laboratory of the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) has developed Single Crystal Blades Technology and supplied 60 of these blades...
Tejas, India’s indigenous Light Combat Aircraft, added the fifth generation Python-5 Air-to-Air Missile (AAM) in its air-to-air weapons capability in trials conducted on April 27, 2021.
Lockheed Martin Skunk Works, the Missile Defence Agency and the US Air Force have successfully linked under Project Hydra a U-2, five F-35s and an F-22 in air and provided real-time fifth Generation data to operators on the ground.
Boeing and the Lufthansa Group on May 03, 2021, announced that the airline group will continue its fleet modernisation with a new order for five Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners.