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Iran’s recent unveiling of a hypersonic missile has escalated tensions between the Islamic Republic and the United States, resulting in the imposition of new sanctions by Washington
Strengthening India’s Aerospace manufacturing capabilities, SP’s Aviation witnesses Godrej Aerospace’s remarkable impact on India’s Space and Aviation sectors
ISRO’s third mission to the moon, Chandrayaan-3 aims to land on the lunar South Pole, a feat yet to be achieved by any nation.
In light of the extensive demand for new pilots, high-quality training for Pilots plays a crucial and significant role in building wings of excellence. Merely relying on number of flight hours as a measure of competence does not capture the true capabilities of a pilot.
The intricate demands of navigating eVTOLs in bustling urban landscapes necessitate pilots with flawless training, unparalleled decision-making abilities and the capacity to navigate uncharted challenges effortlessly
FlightSafety International’s training programmes encompass both physical and virtual settings, with courses offered in traditional classrooms, advanced simulators, and through e-learning and LiveLearning platforms
Both Airbus and Boeing are in the process of developing aircraft technologically compatible with 100 per cent SAF. Numerous demonstration flights have been conducted to show that burning “neat” SAF is possible without compromising safety.
With an estimated $150 billion worth of contracts signed, the Paris Air Show’s return underlined the show’s significance as a catalyst for economic growth and industry development
Unveiling the Future of Flight with innovations in Commercial Aircraft Propulsion on showcase at Paris Air Show 2023
India’s Chandrayaan-3 lunar mission is not only about the exploration of the moon for India but also the world as well as it is to prove the technological capability of India for interplanetary missions in the future
Lieutenant Makepeace suddenly put the Bristol fighter into an abrupt nosedive. Taken by surprise, Captain Hedley was thrown out of the aircraft due to the negative G effect and began a free fall.
Airlines must invest in quality training of their commercial pilots as it plays a vital role in charting a course of safety, excellence and success for the carrier
A meeting of the Defence Acquisition Council (DAC), held under the chairmanship of Defence Minister Rajnath Singh, approved proposal on July 13, 2023 and granted Acceptance of Necessity (AoN) for procurement of 26 Rafale Marine aircraft...
Air India and CFM International have finalised the order for LEAP engines that will power the airline’s new fleet of 210 Airbus A320neo/A321neos and 190 Boeing 737 MAX family aircraft, which was first announced in February 2023.
Air Marshal Ashutosh Dixit, Deputy Chief of the Air Staff (DCAS) visited National Flight Test Centre, Aeronautical Development Agency and Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) Tejas Division to assess the progress of the indigenous combat aircraft projects.
IGI Airport, New Delhi has become the first airport in the country to have four runways and becomes the first airport in the country to have an elevated taxiway.
Pratt & Whitney, an RTX business, announced the appointment of Ajay Surti as the head of its India Customer Training Centre (ICTC) in Hyderabad. In his new role, Ajay Surti will lead Pratt & Whitney’s ICTC in Hyderabad, focusing on delivery of highquality training to customers and developing new opportunities to provide field support.