India plans to conduct its own checks on Boeing 737 Max Jets
India plans to start its own checks even if U.S. Federal Aviation Administration declares the aircraft fit to fly.
As China flexes muscles, India kicks off military drill
The Him Vijay exercise will be in full throttle when Chinese President Xi Jinping is ...
India's MiG 29 to fly with Eurofighter Typhoon in Oman
The Indian Air Force will be flying its MiG 29 (UPG) and C-17 Globemaster alongside Om...
Apache choppers need integration with ground forces: Experts
The choppers, known as 'Tank Killers', provide close air support to armoured formations and ground forces by flying at 'tree-top heights'.
India plans to deploy M777s near LAC in Arunachal Pradesh
China has expressed concerns over India’s biggest mountain combat exercise in state.
Boeing delivers 11th C-17 Globemaster to India
The C-17 Globemaster III is a premier transport aircraft. The massive, sturdy, long-haul aircraft can carry large combat equipment, troops and humanitarian aid across long distances in all weather conditions.
First batch of Rafale jets to come to India in May 2020: IAF Chief
India sealed a deal with Russia in October last year to procure a batch of S-400 air defence missiles at a cost of USD 5 billion.
Major component of the Apache attack helicopters will be made in India
India on Tuesday became the 16th country to procure the Apache when the Indian Air Force (IAF) inducted eight of them at the Pathankot Air Base.
On recovery path: Domestic aviation industry grows 3.87% in August
Airlines registered a marginal growth of 3.87% year-on-year in the number of domestic passengers flown during August
Airlines play safe with A320Neo, lighten load
Unlike the Boeing 737 MAX, the A320NEO has never had an excessive pitch problem during flight operations.
Boeing 737 MAX unlikely to restart operations by 2020
The globally grounded Boeing 737 MAX planes are unlikely to restart operations until 2020 as it will take time to fix a flight-control software and complete other work, government and industry officials have said.
TAL delivers 25,000th floor beam for B787 plane to Boeing
The US aircraft major had awarded TAL the first contract to manufacture Advanced Composite Floor Beam (ACFB for the Dreamliner (B787) family of planes in 2011.
Boeing's 8 AH-64E Apache choppers inducted into Indian Air Force: All you need to know
Eight US-made Apache attack helicopters were inducted into the Indian Air Force at the Pathankot airbase near the India-Pakistan border Tues...
Jet Airways: Irish lessor moves NCLT seeking to take back Boeing 777
The bankruptcy tribunal had on July 5, prevented the DGCA from deregistering the Boeing 777 plane, which has been under the possession of a Dutch cargo provider since April.
DGCA wants all 737 Max pilots to be given simulator training to ensure passenger safety
Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) told PTI that the regulator will "conduct its own checks once the US aviation regulator Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) gives the green light to the 737 Max plane".
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