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DOT finalizes AeroMexico, Delta JV antitrust conditions

DOT finalizes AeroMexico, Delta JV antitrust conditions

The US Department of Transportation (DOT) has finalized its decision concerning the conditions under which it is prepared to grant antitrust immunity to Delta Air Lines and AeroMéxico’s proposed joint venture. Read more…

GoAir reaffirms its trust in Ramco, upgrades Ramco Aviation Suite to V5.8 across 23 locations

GoAir reaffirms its trust in Ramco, upgrades Ramco Aviation Suite to V5.8 across 23 locations

Ramco Systems announced that it has been mandated byGoAir, India’s fastest growing LCC, to upgrade its Ramco Aviation Suite V5.5 to Ramco Aviation M&E/MRO Solution V5.8. This upgrade will further automate and enhance its maintenance functions. The upgrade will cover modules for Engineering & Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation (CAMO), Materials Management, Quality and Maintenance. The […]

Parrikar in Mauritius for the commissioning ceremony of Indian made CGS Victory and two Chetak helicopters.

Parrikar in Mauritius for the commissioning ceremony of Indian made CGS Victory and two Chetak helicopters.

In the first ever visit by an Indian Defence Minister, Manohar Parrikar, arrived in Mauritius on December 10 on a two day visit. Parrikar was the Special Guest of Honour at the Commissioning Ceremony of Indian made CGS Victory and two Chetak Helicopters.

Tamil Nadu setting up defence gear production hub, including for tanks

Tamil Nadu setting up defence gear production hub, including for tanks

Tamil Nadu has begun work to set up a defence related component manufacturing cluster aimed at primarily supplying to the battle tank and heavy-duty engine factories in Avadi as a first step and, possibly, export to other nations eventually.

SpiceJet reports seventh consecutive profitable quarter

SpiceJet reports seventh consecutive profitable quarter

Ajay Singh-led SpiceJet reported a net profit of Rs 58.9 crore for the July- September quarter as against Rs 29 crore for the same quarter last year, an increase of 103%.

Govt Re-iterates The Benefits Of The Rs 58,000 crore Rafale Fighter Jets Deal in Parliament

Govt Re-iterates The Benefits Of The Rs 58,000 crore Rafale Fighter Jets Deal in Parliament

Rajya Sabha Updates Of November 22 On Defence

L&T Shipbuilding All Set To Deliver Under The Govt’s Make In India Initiative

L&T Shipbuilding All Set To Deliver Under The Govt’s Make In India Initiative

Anupama Airy As India gears up to place some major orders in the Defence sector on Indian Companies in the coming days, DefenceAviationPost.com (a leading news portal on Defence and Aviation) has decided to bring for its readers a special series that will include visits to various Indian facilities of leading public and private sector […]

“L&T expects order inflows of upto Rs 50,000 crore over the next 3-4 years from major Defence programs,” Jayant D Patil.

“L&T expects order inflows of upto Rs 50,000 crore over the next 3-4 years from major Defence programs,” Jayant D Patil.

Out of the Rs 50,000 crore orders anticipated, some major programs to fructify soon would include Tracked and Towed Gun Systems, Military Communication Station Project, Akash missiles propulsion airframes and launchers for Air Force, Army Bridging Systems, Naval weapon launch systems.

“L&T’s two shipyards together have ample capacity to take on emerging defence and commercial opportunities,” Vice Admiral (Retd) B Kannan

“L&T’s two shipyards together have ample capacity to take on emerging defence and commercial opportunities,” Vice Admiral (Retd) B Kannan

“Our Two Shipyards Together have ample capacity to take on emerging defence and commercial opportunities,” Vice Admiral (Retd) B Kannan, MD & CEO – L&T Shipbuilding Ltd

L&T Gets Additional Orders To Build High Speed Interceptor Boats

L&T Gets Additional Orders To Build High Speed Interceptor Boats

After the initial order for building 36 interceptor boats for the Indian Coast Guard, L&T is executing additional orders for 18 more boats, totaling 54 orders for construction of a series of high-speed Interceptor Boats (IBs) for the Indian Coast Guard.