India Aviation 2016

ISSUE FEATURES

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    LEAD STORY
    India Aviation, All Set To Roll

    President of India, Pranab Mukherjee to inaugurate India Aviation 2016 which opens today

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    EXCLUSIVE RENDEZVOUS | CIVIL AVIATION MINISTER
    Regional connectivity is sacrosanct for NDA: Civil Aviation Minister

    Editor-in-Chief of SP Guide Publications, Jayant Baranwal (accompanied by Neetu Dhulia) had an exclusive rendezvous with the Union Minister of Civil Aviation P. Ashok Gajapathi Raju during the second half of January this year.

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    INTERVIEW | BOEING
    ‘Right capacity is the solution for India’ Dinesh Keskar

    In an interview with Editor-in-Chief Jayant Baranwal, the Senior Vice President of Sales, Boeing Commercial Airplanes (Asia-Pacific & South Asia), Dinesh Keskar talks exclusively to SP’s ShowNews on how the company is going to expand its market share.

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    BUSINESS AVIATION
    First Ultra Long Range Falcon 8X set for delivery to Indian operator by end of 2016

    Dassault Aviation will present its fleet of Falcon large cabin, long range business jets at India Aviation, India’s biggest civilian aviation Exhibition from March 16-20, 2016, Hyderabad, India.

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    REGIONAL AVIATION
    Bombardier Introduces the world’s only 90-seat turboprop

    Bombardier Commercial Aircraft has demonstrated the unique versatility of the Q400 aircraft by introducing the world’s only commercial turboprop capable of carrying 90 passengers. Bombardier has recorded firm orders for a total of 547 Q400 aircraft.

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    SPECIAL STORY
    SP’s Civil Aviation Yearbook to roll out in 2016

    Continuing its relentless journey of excellence since 1964, SP Guide Publications is adding to its portfolio another publication – SP’s Civil Aviation Yearbook – which is expected to be a exhaustive compendium of the civil aviation sector which is on the cusp of major transformation. The Union Minister of Civil Aviation P. Ashok Gajapathi Raju is expected to launch SP’s Civil Aviation Yearbook brochure, signifying the arrival of a handy reference book to the sector which has no ready reference material from expert sources. The launch will happen during the India Aviation event being held in Hyderabad from March 16 to 20, 2016.

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    REGIONAL AVIATION
    ATR at the India Aviation

    The world’s leading regional aircraft manufacturer, ATR, will attend the India Aviation Exhibition 2016, held at the Begumpet Airport, Hyderabad, on March 16-20. Visitors will be welcomed at Stand No. 1 – Hall A.

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    INTERVIEW | GULFSTREAM
    Excellent choice for business applications and special missions

    India continues to be a steady market for Gulfstream. Presently, it has 22 aircraft flying in India and the numbers are up on the rise. Giving details of the plans in India is Jason Akovenko, Regional Vice President (Asia-Pacific) of Gulfstream, to Editor-in-Chief Jayant Baranwal.

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    SPECIAL STORY
    2016 crucial year for Indian civil aviation

    What is being seen today is the result of a windfall of low global oil prices, the spillover effect of Kingfisher’s demise, and an overall increase in economic activities, getting more number of people to fly

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    SPECIAL STORY
    Airports Authority of India Bags ACI ASQ Awards

    At the outset, I take pride in informing you that persistent efforts of AAI team has paid off resulting in bagging the awards and international recognition. We have been striving for improvement of service quality and passenger facilitation at all the AAI airports.

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    EMBRAER ROL OUT
    E190-E2 rolls out, sets benchmark

    With an investment of $1.7 billion, the E2 programme was launched in June 2013 and reinforces Embraer’s commitment to continuously invest in its commercial aviation products as well as maintain market leadership in the segment of 70 to 130 seats.

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    REGIONAL AVIATION
    ATR — Short haul proposition

    France-based turboprop aircraft manufacturer ATR is the world leader in the market for regional aircraft up to 90 seats. Established in November 1981, ATR is a joint partnership between two major European aeronautics players, the Airbus Group and Finmeccanica.

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    SPECIAL STORY
    It rings a Bell in India!

    Bell Helicopter continues to penetrate the market in India with its innovative and diverse commercial product line. Sameer Rehman, Managing Director, Asia-Pacific of Bell Helicopter, gives details of the plans to Rohit Goel of SP’s ShowNews.

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    INTERVIEW | AIRBUS
    Airbus will deliver one aircraft per week over the next 10 years

    Giving further details of Airbus’ interest in India, the Head of Airline Marketing (South Asia), Airbus, Aymeric Dupront, in an exclusive interview with the Editor-in-Chief of SP’s ShowNews Jayant Baranwal, has pointed out how every Airbus aircraft has something to do with India.

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    HONEYWELL FORECAST
    Honeywell forecasts lowers global helicopter deliveries

    In the face of a slower global economic growth environment and increased volatility in oil and gas-related markets, the helicopter industry is reacting with a cautious outlook for near-term new purchases.