Author: Bangalore Mirror

HAL’s jet trainer rises like a phoenix

The Intermediate Jet Trainer (IJT) aircraft project which had been in cold storage for the last few years following

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When the Mi-8 landed on Bengaluru’s roads

Bengaluru roads became a runway on Wednesday as a Mi-8 Helpicopter took the route to reach its newest destination-National

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SpiceJet offers flight cancellation respite

With several SpiceJet flights to and fro Bengaluru being cancelled after an order of the Ministry of Civil Aviation

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US and India Air Force bands play together

Members of Indian Air Force’s ‘Air Warrior Symphony Orchestra’ from Jalahalli and the United States’s Air Force’s ‘Band of

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57 aircraft will participate in Aero India 2019

With just over 10 days left for the Aero India 2019 to start at the Air Force Station, Yelahanka,

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Will not allow IAF to take over Mysuru airport: Mysuru MP Pratap Simha

Pratap Simha opposes HDK proposal to hand airport over to the IAF; says state government wants to wriggle out

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The Descent Into HAL: How The Defence PSU Got Mired In Controversies

Hindustan Aeron­autics Limited (HAL) is currently in the middle of a PR nightmare.

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2019 will be light combat aircraft’s year

The Light Combat Aircraft (LCA) Navy programme has a series of important flight tests lined up for next year.

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Light Combat Aircraft’s 20 Sorties Get Navy On Board

After the agonising suspense over Aero India, here’s some good news for Bengaluru – and Hindustan Aeronautics Limited.

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Airlines Asked To Pay For Making Umrah Trip A Nightmare

The IV Additional District Consumer Disputes Redressal Forum has directed Saudi Arabian Airlines to pay Rs 3,66,360 to a

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