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HAL readies upgraded Hawk trainer for IAF

HAL readies upgraded Hawk trainer for IAF

State-run Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd (HAL) has rolled out an upgraded Hawk as an advanced jet trainer for the Indian Air Force (IAF) pilots, said the defence behemoth on Thursday.

How to detect Stealth Aircraft?

How to detect Stealth Aircraft?

Modern stealth aircraft boast of being able to avoid detection using a variety of stealth technologies that reduce reflection and emission of radar, infrared, visible light, radio frequency spectrum and audio.

AAI chairman inaugurates central air traffic flow management in Delhi

AAI chairman inaugurates central air traffic flow management in Delhi

Dr. Guruprasad Mohapatra, Chairman, Airports Authority of India (AAI) formally dedicated the Central Command Centre, Air Traffic Flow Management, at New Air Traffic Services Complex here on Thursday.

Air India Joins Fellow Star Alliance Carriers at Heathrow Terminal 2

Air India Joins Fellow Star Alliance Carriers at Heathrow Terminal 2

Star Alliance member carrier Air India has successfully moved all its operations at London Heathrow’s Airport from Terminal 4 to Terminal 2, the home of Star Alliance.

British Airways will have long haul wifi this year

British Airways will have long haul wifi this year

British Airways is moving ahead with the provision of wifi on its long haul fleet. The latest edition of The Club online magazine says that the service will be available “on select Boeing 747 flights.”

Airport curb to cabin in a flash of your eye

Airport curb to cabin in a flash of your eye

The service ‘Clear’ checks travellers’ identities with a fingerprint or iris scan, eliminating the boarding pass and identity checks, letting them proceed directly to bag screening.

Listen to Airlines to make  the Regional Connectivity Scheme a Success

Listen to Airlines to make the Regional Connectivity Scheme a Success

Modi government’s ambitious regional connectivity scheme is a laudable initiative that can help transform India’s aviation sector like never before.

Indian aviation ramps up  tech investment to meet rapid pax growth

Indian aviation ramps up tech investment to meet rapid pax growth

  Airlines and airports in India are expected to rapidly ramp up their spend on new technology over the next three years to keep up with surging growth which will see passenger traffic double to 370 million by 2020. The growth will position India as the world’s third largest aviation market. To meet this demand […]

Airbus  increases average list prices

Airbus increases average list prices

Toulouse-based aviation giant Airbus has increased the average list prices of its aircraft by one percent across the product line, effective from January 1st 2017. “This price increase has been calculated according to Airbus’ standard escalation formula over the January 2016 to January 2017 period and takes into account the materials and commodities prices,” the aircraft maker said.

SpiceJet to ‘Go Green’ this Republic Day

SpiceJet to ‘Go Green’ this Republic Day

Inspired by the colour green from the national flag which resonates fertility, growth, greenery and auspiciousness, SpiceJet, the country’s favourite carrier, in its attempt to paint the country green