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Nowhere In The World Is Such A Commitment Of 450 Aircraft And This Depicts IAF's Plan For Capability Building: IAF Chief VR Chaudhari

Air Chief Marshal VR Chaudhari, the Chief of Air Staff takes over the baton in the midst where the combat readiness of IAF is of the highest degree. IAF is playing the unprecedented role, leading critical combat missions in the conflicts. The next gen. technological breakthroughs in aerial warfare are already unfolding in sheer magnitude and in the shape of unmanned systems, hypersonic combat aircraft and laser-energy weapon. It is almost redefining the concept of modern warfare in air and in space. In an exclusive interaction, Air Chief Marshal Chaudhari speaks with Manish Kumar Jha of BW Businessworld on building and acquiring such capabilities. He spells out his thoughts on such national projects—LCA Tejas, AMCA, MRFA, HTT-40, and LCH—projecting the sheer commitment of 450 aircrafts.

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C-295 Aircraft Project Great Step In Opening Up Aviation, Avionics Sector: Ratan Tata

Airbus said the first 16 aircraft will be delivered over four years after the contract implementation and that all the planes will be equipped with an indigenous Electronic Warfare Suite (EWS).

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GoAirline Set To Launch Its IPO; Expects SEBI Clearance Soon

The airline company has the Wadia Group listed as one of its promoters. This IPO will be managed by Morgan Stanley and Citigroup

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AirAsia India Extends Partnership With Airbus Arm NAVBLUE

The connected and automated Operational Control Center suite enables AirAsia India to continue its focus on efficiency, meeting the challenges of a growing fleet and route network

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Planemaker Airbus Unveils Emissions Data Amid Climate Pressure

Aviation produces 2.5% of human-induced CO2 emissions and 12% of CO2 from transport, the industry says. It has pledged to reduce net carbon emissions to 50% of 2005 levels by 2050.

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L&T Technology Services selected by Airbus for Skywise Partner Programme

L&T Technology Services selected by Airbus for Skywise Partner Programme

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L&T Technology Services Selected By Airbus For Skywise Partner Programme

'LTTS will support the airlines in the development of complex workflows, creation of new interfaces between their existing information systems and Skywise and also provide assistance in their digital transformation with Skywise'

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Airbus Sees Stable Aircraft Deliveries After 2020 Loss

The France-based maker of jetliners and helicopters posted a full-year operating loss of 510 million euros.

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Airbus Military Transport Aircraft C295 Is Actually The First Tangible Make In India Program: Airbus President Rémi Maillard

On the Sidelines of Aero India 2021, BW Businesworld's Manish Kumar Jha interacts with Rémi Maillard, President & MD, India & South Asia, Airbus on defence and commercial commitment to India. Airbus is emphatic on its C 295 military transport aircraft program with Tata which is awaiting final approval. Rémi also proposed Airbus AS565 Panther helicopter to Indian Navy under NUH program which is in direct competition with India's advance helicopter platforms by DPSU HAL.

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Airbus Signs MoU With GMR Group To Collaborate On Aviation Services In India

Airbus signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with GMR Group, a leading Indian aviation infrastructure developer, to explore collaboration opportunities across aviation services, technologies and innovation.

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Airbus Backs Jet Output Target Amid Supplier Concerns

Airbus has said it wants to be in shape to raise benchmark A320-family output by 18% to 47 jets a month by July, but the goal has already slipped to the fourth quarter, according to analysts

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Airbus Keeps Top Spot Despite 34% Drop In 2020 Jet Deliveries

Boeing delivered 118 jets between January and November and had a negative total of 454 net orders before accounting adjustments, giving Airbus an unassailable lead for the year.

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Airbus To Be World's Largest Planemaker For Second Year

Airbus has halted initial assembly of the four-engined jet and has six left to deliver. Charter firm HiFly last week ended efforts to make profits out of a second-hand aircraft, meaning more A380s are seen likely to follow the ANA jet into storage.

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Airbus To Lose Over $5 Billion In Orders Under AirAsia X's Proposed Restructuring

Airbus's challenge comes as AAX defended its scheme from key lessor BOC Aviation Limited's (BOCA) allegations that it favoured Airbus and lacked a debt-to-equity swap offer for creditors.

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Airbus Re-Sells Six Unwanted Jets Built For Airasia

Airbus is seeing strong demand, relative to the rest of the battered sector, for its A321neo jet, and the aircraft has broadly held its value, the European source said. It is sticking with plans to increase output of the single-aisle jets.

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