Ruag Aerospace, the Swiss company that now holds the type and production certificates for the Dornier 228 NG, recently held its third operators’ conference for the regional and utility turboprop. In February India’s Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd.
States and territories of India
CAE has won a series of contracts from prime contractor Lockheed Martin and undisclosed customers to design and build four C-130 simulators and several training devices for military customers around the world.
Heavy-iron operators traveling to India and the neighboring region will soon have
Under the terms of a Memorandum of Agreement signed by GMR Hyderabad International Airport Ltd. and CFM International, the two will work toward the development of a new CFM56 maintenance training center at Rajiv Gandhi Airport in Hyderabad. The center is envisioned to mirror CFM facilities operating in France, the U.S.
The business jet market is headed for a 15-percent downturn following a peak in deliveries in 2010, according to J.P. Morgan industry analysts. However, the downturn will be shallower than the previous slowdown in 2001 and 2002, which resulted in a 31-percent decline.
The business jet market is headed for a 15-percent downturn following a peak in deliveries in 2010, according to J.P. Morgan industry analysts. However, the downturn will be smaller than the previous market slowdown in 2001 and 2002, which resulted in a 31-percent decline.
India-based Deccan Aviation is offering on-demand helicopter “shuttle” flights between Bangalore’s international airport and Electronic City and HAL airport, two business districts that are a two-hour drive from the city. Per-person prices for one-way trips are close to $130 for Electronic City and $105 for HAL airport.
India’s Air Deccan operated its inaugural revenue flight with one of six 48-seat ATR 42-320s on August 25, between its home city of Bangalore and Hubli, in the southwestern province of Karnataka. A second flight marked the start of regular service between the regional cities of Hyderabad and Vijayawada the next day. The new airline took delivery of its first leased ATR on August 8. The second arrived in Bangalore two weeks later.
Honeywell’s Swiss subsidiary, Honeywell International Sarl, and Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd. (HAL) here at EBACE announced an agreement for HAL to manufacture commercial Honeywell TPE331 engines, engine components and kits for Honeywell. The agreement is an expansion of a longstanding relationship between the two companies, under which Hindustan Aeronautics has been manufacturing TPE331-5 engines for use by the Indian military services.
The Universal Flight Information System exhibited here by UFIS Airport Solutions (Stand 501 in the Airport Pavilion) has found a receptive market in the Asia Pacific region, where it is installed at Singapore’s Changi Airport and Bangkok’s new Suvarnabhumi International.