India's Civil Aviation agenda aims for new heights with a vision for a $290 Billion spend to put 2,000 aircraft in the skies by 2040, a $13.6 Billion sectoral investment to fund 100 new airports in 5 years, a Delhi-Jewar airport combine bigger than Heathrow-Stanstead-Gatwick
SP's ShowNews in an interaction with Ashmita Sethi, the recently appointed Managing Director of Pratt & Whitney India on their current footprint in the Indian market and plans for the future
With the curtain rising on Wings India 2020, India's largest Civil Aviation and Aerospace show, Pratt & Whitney, a division of United Technologies Corp.
India has embarked on an ambitious programme to become a five-trillion dollar economy in the foreseeable future. At the same time, the government has also articulated its vision of doubling the income of farmers.
Pratt & Whitney recently announced that Air India Engineering Services Limited (AIESL) will provide maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) services in support of Pratt & Whitney's GTF engines and customers in India. AIESL will service PW1100G-JM engines at its facility in Mumbai.
Captain Ajay Chauhan, CEO, Gujarat State Aviation Infrastructure Company Limited (GUJSAIL) talks to SP's ShowNews about their plans for the future
BAOA's BizAvIndia Seminar Takes Off with Deliberations on "Socio-Economic Impact of GA/BA"
Pratt & Whitney announced it has published an assessment of the social impact of general aviation in three primary missions: emergency medical services, remote air connectivity and disaster management.
With an unwavering focus by Embraer on producing exceptional jets with enviable economics and focus on innovation, it is a lesson for all in aviation on what is indeed possible