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Nehru Science Centre, Mumbai to exhibit Air India’s first ever flight stimulator

Air India’s first ever flight stimulator will be on public display at Nehru Science Centre, Mumbai. The Boeing 747-200 flight stimulator was first acquired by Air India in 1980. Being in service for 21 years, it has trained hundred of pilots before it landed in Nehru Science centre few yearRead More

Garmin launches two new portable navigation devices in India

In a bid to cement their position in the Indian PND (portable navigation device) market, Garmin Corporation, a unit of Garmin Ltd, has launched two new products: nüvi 2460 LM and nüvi 2568 LM at Rs 14,990 and Rs 17,990 respectively. Garmin Ltd is a global leader in satellite navigatRead More

Airport Authority of India Plans to Provide 5 More Instrument Landing Systems

Minister of State for Civil Aviation, Shri K. C. Venugopal informed Rajya Sabha today that at present, 66 Instrument Landing Systems(ILSs) are in operation at 53 Airports and 93 Visual Omni Ranges (VORs)/Distance Measuring Equipment (DME) are in operation for en-route and terminal navigation faciRead More

X-Plane HUD Simulator Turns Pilots into HUD Heroes

There is a new way to learn how to fly with a head-up display (HUD) without booking time in an expensive simulator or trying to learn in the airplane. FlyRealHUDs.com has developed an inexpensive HUD simulator plug-in that runs on the X-Plane personal-computer flight simulator program. The FlyReaRead More

Bombardier inks largest business jet order in its history in potential 142-plane deal with VistaJet

  Charter business jet company VistaJet of Salzburg, Switzerland, handed Bombardier Aerospace in Montreal the largest business aircraft sale in Bombardier's history this week. Bombardier, the general aviation Canadian designer of small passenger and business jets, has signed a dRead More

Etihad Airways Launches Wi-Fly Connectivity Service

  Etihad Airways on Monday launched its Etihad Wi-Fly in-flight Internet and mobile connectivity service, powered by the Panasonic Avionics Global Communications Suite. The airline’s first aircraft equipped with Panasonic’s communications technology, an Airbus A330-200, took Read More

Airbus Achieves EASA Certification for A320 Sharklets

Airbus earned EASA certification for its fuel-saving Sharklets on its A320 family of aircraft.   The Sharklets are made from composites, and attached to the wing-tips of the A320 to reduce aircraft fuel burn. Airbus is still waiting to receive certification of the remaining aircRead More

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