The exponential air traffic growth has reinstated the importance of a futuristic plan for air navigation services in India. In this issue, we bring to you a number of initiatives with a holistic approach towards air navigation.
Learn about air traffic services and management, developments in India’s regional connectivity scheme, up gradation of GAGAN, launch of new airports in India, and more!
The success of the first phase of RCS has rendered the path towards a smooth transition into UDAN 2.0, with an impetus to stimulate helicopters and small fixed wing aircraft operations.
With the arrival of its 20th aircraft and its seventh Airbus A320neo, Vistara completes its initial aircraft order as planned at the early stages of setting up the airline in India. Vistara will use the new aircraft to increase frequencies on existing routes to scale up operations in the domestic market, while gearing up for international operations soon.
Exponential growth in civil aviation in terms of increasing passengers, induction of new planes, terminal building of new airports and renovation of abandoned air strips has given rise to many challenges. Maintaining safety in the skies is one such complex issue. How safe is flying? This question flashes in our minds every time we fly … Continue reading AIR NAVIGATION INITIATIVES →
Bringing regional connectivity, aviation logistics and skilling the aviation workforce into focus, Wings India 2018 provided a forum for the rapidly changing dynamics of the sector, from March 8-10, at the Begumpet Airport, Hyderabad.
From safety and security to developing air cargo and drones, the Ministry of Civil Aviation is making sure that every aspect of the sector is managed to its full capacity. Suresh Prabhu talks to AIBM about aviation safety, infrastructure expansion plans and more.
Air India, the country’s struggling and debt-ridden national carrier, will soon pass off to private players. The question is not whether the ride to privatisation will be smooth, but whether it will take off at all, and if so, how soon? Crony capitalism manifests itself in many ways. Air India, the country’s national carrier has … Continue reading AIR INDIA →