Aero India 2015

ISSUE FEATURES

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    LEAD STORY
    India awaits the big take-off

    India is the biggest arms importer and India is in an aggressive mode to become an indigenous defence equipment producer, though it is still in the nascent stage.

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    LEAD STORY
    Beechcraft Focuses on Special Mission Capabilities of King Air 350ER

    Textron Aviation is showcasing special missions and commercial capabilities of Beechcraft at Aero India. The company will display a special missions-configured Beechcraft King Air 350ER.

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    INDUSTRY INTERVIEW
    India is Strategic and Most Significant Partner: Rafael

    In an interview with SP’s ShowNews, Rafael’s Chairman Itzchak Gat speaks about Rafael technologies and the forays it is making in different parts of the world.

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    INDUSTRY INTERVIEW
    Rolls-Royce: ‘Partnership with India - Past, Present and Future’

    Rolls-Royce is a power systems company catering to aircraft, ships and land applications. Rolls-Royce is best known for aero engines that power many of the world’s most advanced passenger jets, like the new Airbus A350 and the Boeing 787 Dreamliner.

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    INDUSTRY INTERVIEW
    BAE Systems Aligned with ‘Make in India’ Initiative

    In an interview, Chris Boardman, Managing Director, Military Air & Information, BAE Systems, spells out the plans in India to SP’s ShowNews.

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    INDUSTRY REPORT
    Boeing Accelerates Engagement with India’s Aerospace Sector

    Boeing has underscored its commitment to strengthen strategic partnerships with customers, the government, industry and academia aimed to support India’s expanding aerospace industry.

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    INDUSTRY INTERVIEW
    Boeing to Capitalise on India’s ‘Sunrise Market’

    ‘Sunrise’ is a traditional definition. We are looking forward to every project and we see growth.

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    INDUSTRY INTERVIEW
    Modernising Indian Airports with Honeywell Technologies

    As India’s civil aviation sector works towards its potential, there are major investments in infrastructure happening. One of them is airport infrastructure to make aircraft movement seamlessly smooth, safe and efficient. Honeywell Aerospace is in the forefront of such development. Here Arijit Ghosh, President, Honeywell Aerospace India, talks about various solutions that Honeywell has on offer for India.

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    INDUSTRY INTERVIEW
    Rockwell Collins Co-developing Indigenous Flight Simulator

    Rockwell Collins is among the top companies in the realm of training products for the aerospace sector. It provides world’s leading aerospace and defence companies to rely on Rockwell for smart communications and aviation electronics. In an interview Jim Walker, Vice President, talks about the company’s road map.

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    INDUSTRY INTERVIEW
    Airbus to Invest in New Partners

    Indian companies, both public and private, are an integral part of Airbus Group’s global supply chain. Overall, Airbus procurement from India has tripled in the last three years and was over $350 million in 2013. Giving further details of how Airbus is going to further invest in India is Yves Guillaume, Airbus Group President in India.

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    INDUSTRY REPORT
    Safran’s Main Mission ‘Advantage India’

    Safran is the leading supplier of aircraft engines, landing gear and carbon brakes for airlines operating in India and neighbouring countries, and plays a full-fledged role in the development of air transport in the country. Safran activities have quickly evolved to include strong local partnerships with Indian aviation industry based on joint developments, production and support licences for airplane, helicopter and rocket engines landing gear, navigation systems, as well as the associated support services.

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    INDUSTRY INTERVIEW
    Adding Value to the Indian Economy Through Production Within India

    In an interview with SP’s ShowNews, Thomas K. Schilliger, General Manager Dornier 228 and Military Aviation Germany and Martin Buehlmann, Vice President Supply Chain Management, Ruag Aviation, talks about the company’s plan for India providing full life-cycle support for the Dornier 228.

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    REGIONAL AVIATION | E-JETS
    Excellence to the Power of 2

    Embraer E-Jets E2 is setting benchmarks in regional aviation, offering operators/passengers an enriching flying experience

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    INDUSTRY REPORT
    Dassault Falcon 8X Takes to Skies

    Dassault Aviation on February 6 announced that the company’s new flagship, the ultra-long range Falcon 8X, successfully completed its first flight a little more than one month after rollout.

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    INDUSTRY REPORT
    HAL to showcase LCH, LCA, LUH and Rudra

    HAL’s indigenous products will enthral visitors with their flying and static display during the 10th edition of Aero India from February 18-22, 2015. HAL’s Light Combat Helicopter (LCH), Light Combat Aircraft (LCA)-Tejas, will be on flying display showing their versatility.

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    INDUSTRY REPORT
    IAI’s Holistic Approach for Countering Cyber Threat Challenges

    An ever-growing reliance upon cyberspace places governments, military and commercial businesses exposed to cyber fraud and sabotage. Emerging cyber threats, which are aimed against nation states, critical infrastructures, enterprises and private citizens, create an inherent asymmetry between attackers and defenders.

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    INDUSTRY REPORT
    Rafale: Combat Proven

    The Rafale has successfully been engaged in combat operations in Afghanistan, Libya, Mali, the Central African Republic and Iraq

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    INDUSTRY REPORT
    Pilatus PC-12 NG - the World’s Greatest Single Engine Turboprop

    As aerospace companies globally display their newest and best at the marquee event — Aero India 2015 at Bengaluru, Pilatus occupies pride of place in the single engine aircraft category with their next generation aircraft - the PC-12 NG.

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    INDUSTRY INTERVIEW
    BEL’s Array of Defence Solutions

    Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL) is engaged in manufacture and supply of electronic products primarily to defence services. BEL’s segments are radars, military communication, naval systems, weapon systems, electronic warfare, avionics, C4I Systems, electro-optics, tank electronics, gun upgrades, etc. The company is aggressive in its expansion and giving details of its forays is the Chairman and Managing Director S.K. Sharma.