aviation safety

Airport in Kolkata Upgraded with CAT III-B ILS

Airport in Kolkata Upgraded with CAT III-B ILS

January 16, 2018

The Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport in Kolkata has become the fifth in the country to have a CAT III-B ILS for countering fog. The advanced system lets flights operate in visibility levels as low as 50 metres.

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CAPA REPORT ON INDIA

CAPA REPORT ON INDIA

January 16, 2018

The Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation (CAPA) India report highlights the need to invest in infrastructural facilities in order to keep up with the demands and needs of a booming aviation sector; with 2030 being the target year, CAPA predicts that an investment of USD 45 billion is...

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RUNWAY

RUNWAY

January 16, 2018

Understanding what causes runway excursion and subsequently figuring out means and methods to avoid such incidents or accidents is top priority for AAI when it comes to maintaining safety of their airports; and to this end the AAI has put in place a number of measures to prevent ...

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I N Murthy, Member (Operations), AAI

I N Murthy, Member (Operations), AAI

January 16, 2018

The AAI has made tremendous progress in making sure that each and every aspect of the airports is managed and operated to the best of its capacity – from safety and security to ease of access for the passengers – AAI has plans and initiatives in place to ensure operat...

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Sampiriyanto Sunar, Station & Services Manager Garuda Indonesia

Sampiriyanto Sunar, Station & Services Manager Garuda Indonesia

January 16, 2018

Sampiriyanto Sunar of Garuda Indonesia talks about how positive response in the Indian market has led the airlines to consider updating their routes and frequencies.

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 Amber Dubey, Partner & Head of Aerospace and Defense, KPMG

 Amber Dubey, Partner & Head of Aerospace and Defense, KPMG

January 16, 2018

Amber Dubey, partner and India head of aerospace and defence at global consultancy KPMG, tells AIBM that with spread of aviation across the country through the government’s ambitious Regional Connectivity Scheme (RCS), the challenge of enhancing safety structures and procedures...

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Independent Civil Aviation Authority Needed

Independent Civil Aviation Authority Needed

January 16, 2018

Captain Mohan Ranganathan, an aviation safety consultant with 35 years of flying experience tells AIBM that India needs to focus more on air safety and training.

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Vikash Bhagchandka, President, M2K Group

Vikash Bhagchandka, President, M2K Group

January 16, 2018

As the detection infrastructure and safety in India is not yet equipped for secure drone operations, Vikash Bhagchandka, talks to AIBM about how M2K is working to bring in drone security.

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Strict Norms Proposed for Civil Drones

Strict Norms Proposed for Civil Drones

January 16, 2018

On October 30, 2017, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) announced a move that indicates India’s positive approach in introducing drones, also known as Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) or Remotely Piloted Aircraft System (RPAS), in the public space.

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