Embraer Sells up to 34 Additional E-Jets to Air France

Both the E190s and the E175s will be configured in single-class layouts. They will join the 28 E190s already flying with KLM Cityhopper to replace the remaining 19 Fokker F70s that the carrier is phasing out. More »

Qatar Airways increases capacity to Bengaluru with Boeing 787

To meet increasing passenger demand to Bengaluru, Qatar Airways will operate a Boeing 787 on the Doha–Bengaluru route with 254 seats. More »

Airbus Group delivers first new UH-72A Lakota for Army initial-entry trainer mission

Airbus Group delivered to the U.S. Army the first UH-72A Lakota helicopter to come off the Airbus Helicopters Inc. production line configured for the Lakota’s latest mission, as the service’s initial-entry training helicopter. More »

Dassault Aviation delivers first two Indian Mirage 2000 I/TI

The acceptance ceremony of the first two Indian Air Force Mirage 2000 I/TI was held at Istres, Dassault Aviation’s Flight Test Centre, under the high patronage of Ambassador Arun K. Singh, the Indian Ambassador to France. The ceremony was hosted by Eric Trappier, Dassault Aviation Chairman & CEO, and Pierre Eric Pommellet, Thales Executive Vice President, Defence Mission Systems. More »

Airbus Helicopters H145 makes its Brazilian debut in month-long demonstration tour

The H145 has arrived in Brazil for a customer tour to demonstrate the capabilities of this enhanced Airbus Helicopters rotorcraft in land-based and offshore service. More »

 

Airbus Group delivers first new UH-72A Lakota for Army initial-entry trainer mission

Airbus Group delivered to the U.S. Army the first UH-72A Lakota helicopter to come off the Airbus Helicopters Inc. production line configured for the Lakota’s latest mission, as the service’s initial-entry training helicopter. The aircraft will join seven Lakotas previously

Embraer Sells up to 34 Additional E-Jets to Air France

Both the E190s and the E175s will be configured in single-class layouts. They will join the 28 E190s already flying with KLM Cityhopper to replace the remaining 19 Fokker F70s that the carrier is phasing out. “KLM Cityhopper’s decision to

Qatar Airways increases capacity to Bengaluru with Boeing 787

To meet increasing passenger demand to Bengaluru, Qatar Airways will operate a Boeing 787 on the Doha–Bengaluru route with 254 seats. Starting August 1, the Boeing 787 will be replaced by a Boeing 777, with a capacity of 335 seats,

Airbus Helicopters appoint Stéphane Chery as Digital Strategy Head

Stéphane Chery has been appointed as Airbus Helicopters’ Head of Digital Strategy, reporting to Clive Schley, Head of Strategy and Marketing. He will be responsible for implementing the company’s vision and top objectives in this domain, enabling new culture and

Airbus Helicopters presents its humanitarian missions’ dedicated helicopters in Dubai

Airbus Helicopters’ commitment to address the needs and requirements of International, Governmental and non-Governmental Organizations engaged in peacekeeping and humanitarian efforts will be highlighted during this month‘s 12th edition of the Dubai International Humanitarian Aid & Development Conference & Exhibition

Spicejet issues statement on de-registration of six aircraft

The Honorable Delhi High Court on March 19, 2015 pronounced SpiceJet judgement relating to de-registration of six aircraft belonging to two lessors. These cases originated when the airline was in financial crisis in December 2014, before change of ownership and

GMR Airports acquires DIAL’s 10% equity

GMR Airports Limited (GAL), a subsidiary of GMR Infrastructure Limited, on March 24, 2015 entered into an agreement to acquire 24,50,00,000 shares of face value of Rs.10 each, representing 10% equity stake in Delhi International Airport Private Limited (DIAL) from

Airbus delivery of its 9,000th aircraft to Vietnamese carrier

Airbus has celebrated the delivery of its 9000th aircraft at a ceremony in Hamburg, Germany on 20th March 2015. The aircraft is the first A321 to be delivered to Vietnamese carrier VietJetAir and will join the carrier’s all-Airbus A320 Family

Air Pegasus gets flying permit

Air Pegasus, a regional carrier based out of Bengaluru, became the ninth carrier in the country after receiving a flying permit from the Directorate General of Civil Aviation on Tuesday, Economic Times on March 25, 2015. Air Pegasus also becomes

Dassault Aviation delivers first two Indian Mirage 2000 I/TI

The acceptance ceremony of the first two Indian Air Force Mirage 2000 I/TI was held at Istres, Dassault Aviation’s Flight Test Centre, under the high patronage of Ambassador Arun K. Singh, the Indian Ambassador to France. The ceremony was hosted