India Aviation – 2014

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    The 4th International Exhibition and Conference on Civil Aviation, India Aviation-2014, will be
    organised jointly by Ministry of Civil Aviation, Government of India and Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) at Begumpet
    Airport, Hyderabad from March 12-16. This year, the theme of the country’s largest civil aviation exhibition will be ‘Enhancing Air Connectivity’. Minister for Civil Aviation, Shri Ajit Singh will formally inaugurate the show on March 12 and Andhra Pradesh Governor, Shri E.S.L Narasimhan will be the chief guest at the opening ceremony. This time at India Aviation, the state in focus is Karnataka while the partner country is USA and the guest country is France. More than 250-exhibitors including Airbus, Boeing, Bombardier, Dassault and Rolls Royce are participating in the event. Biggest aircrafts in the world, Airbus A-380 and Dreamliner Boeing 787, will be special attractions at the premier air show. The show will be open for general public on March 15 and 16. The initial three days are reserved exclusively for business community in which big deals are expected to be signed. At present, India ranks 9th with nearly 400 functional aircrafts and by 2020 the country will be on third position as the number of aircrafts would go up to 1000. To mark the occasion, aerobatics flying display will be presented by two teams from London. There will be two shows every day. Ambassador of France, Mr Francois Richier, Director of US Trade and Development Agency, Ms Leocadia I. Zak and Secretary, Ministry of Civil Aviation, Shri Ashok Lavasa will also participate in the event. CEOs Forum Conference, static displays and demonstration flights will be other attractive features of India Aviation- 2014.
    India Aviation – 2014 : A Curtain Raiser
     
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    Russian Helicopters To
    Display Ka-62 And Mi-171A2
    Helis At India Aviation 2014


    Russian Helicopters will showcase its new developments including Ka-62 and Mi-171A2 helicopters at India Aviation 2014, held from 12-16 March 2014 in Hyderabad. The new multirole Ka-62 helicopter is built to a single-rotor design with a multi-blade anti- torque rotor ducted into the tail fin, offering enhanced security for passengers and crew during take- off and landing. The Ka-62 is designed for passenger transport, offshore operations, transporting cargo internally or via an external sling, search-and-rescue operations, and evacuation missions. It can operate in a wide range of climatic conditions, over land or sea, day or night, in any weather. The Mi-171A2 is an advanced medium multirole helicopter based on the Mi-8/17 series that is in operation across the world.It incorporates the latest technology and is kitted out with modern equipment that expands its operational range. Operators’ needs and experience from operating Mi-8/17 family helicopters across the world were taken into account in designing and manufacturing this model.


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    Dassault Aviation takes part in India Aviation 2014


    Dassault Aviation takes part in India Aviation 2014, from March 12 to 16, at Hyderabad, India.

    After the success of the exhibition “India Aviation 2012″, the India Ministry of Civil Aviation and the Government of India, in cooperation with the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry, organize the fourth edition of this international conference on civil aviation.

    Static display:

    On the Static display, you can discover a Falcon 7X.

    India Aviation 2014 - Dassault Aviation
     
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    INDIA AVIATION: Beechcraft gears up for Indian growth

    Beechcraft sees significant opportunities for growth in India, and believes that the country is progressing towards embracing business and general aviation. “India is making progress and things are improving,” says John Williams, the company’s newly- appointed country director for India. “There are still issues but they are working on them.” Wiliams was speaking with Flightglobal at the India Aviation show in Hyderabad. The company brought three aircraft to the show: a King Air 350ER, a King Air 250, and a King Air C90GTx. Beechcraft’s confidence is highlighted by the recent opening of an office in New Delhi and appointment of Williams. Prior to joining Beechcraft, Williams worked for a major US defence contractor, where he spent years dealing with India’s military acquisition offset processes. Williams estimates that there are 65 Beechcraft turboprop and piston aircraft operating in India. Most of these are owned by state governments, charter companies, and other firms. One challenge Williams sees is that India makes no distinction between aircraft used for private or air transport purposes. This greatly complicates, and adds cost, to owning an aircraft in the country. Other items, such as gaining flyover permits from Indian states, can take up to 72 hours to obtain. Still, he has noted definite improvements over recent years, such as reduced bureaucracy in relation to obtaining landing permits.


    INDIA AVIATION: Beechcraft gears up for Indian growth - 3/13/2014 - Flight Global
     
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    No Mahindra aerospace???
     
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    I'm planning on going tomorrow. Will post pics.
     
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    CEOs call for indigenisation, single certifying agency

    BANGALORE: The CEOs forum at the ongoing India Aviation show at Hyderabad has largely felt that the Indian aviation industry would be better off with single certifying agency authorised to issue civil and military flying rights simultaneously for any aircraft produced in the country. A press note from HAL said: "The participation of high profile CEOs from Indian industry chaired by secretary, civil aviation, Ashok Lavasa, had free-wheeling discussions on several contentious as well as on-going business challenges." HAL chairman R K Tyagi, said that a single certifying agency would be in the national interest as it would mean huge savings in terms of costs and time. "It is absolutely must to give fillip to our own products both in civilian and military segments and reduce dependency on foreign products," he added. The theme of the forum was 'Development of Sustainable Air Connectivity". The discussions also focused on the critical issue of some Indian products getting approval from relevant certifying agencies in Europe and USA. "For example, our products such as Dhruv helicopter (civil and military variants) has proved its metal in the most challenging situation why shouldn't it fly in America or anywhere else," Tyagi asked, insisting that quick procedural solutions must be found at various levels to pave way for Indian products to fly abroad.


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    Sorry guys, couldn't make it today. Maybe not tomorrow also. Re-organization of AP State is really tying us in knots :facepalm: :sad:
     

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