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IAF displays celebrations on 84th anniversary
Honeywell forecasts deliveries worth $255 bn new business jets through 2026
Over 6% growth in passenger trafic for 2015 but air freight is modest
ACI resolved to promote a common sense approach to landside security
Trending in the business jet market
Engines of the future
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IAF displays celebrations on 84th anniversary

The 84th anniversary Air Force Day was celebrated at the Hindon Air Force Base at Ghaziabad in UP, in the presence of the IAF chief Arup Raha. India’s indigenous Tejas fighter was the star of the show, leaving spectators enthralled with its manoeuvers at the 84th Air Force Day parade on Saturday, 8th
October.

 
 

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Honeywell forecasts deliveries worth $255 bn new business jets through 2026

The business aviation industry continues to face a slow near-term pace of orders due to a slow-growth economic environment across many global markets along with many political uncertainties, according to the 25th annual Global Business Aviation Outlook released today by Honeywell. The Global Business Aviation Outlook forecasts up to 8,600 new business jet deliveries worth $255 billion from 2016 to 2026, which represents a 6 to 7% reduction from the values noted in the 2015 forecast.

 
 

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Passenger traffic growth rate slowed to 3.6% in August; air freight volumes increased by 4.8%

With the fall in oil prices, the aviation industry has come back into the limelight. Good growth in passenger traffic will bring more cheer to the industry.

 

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ACI resolved to promote a common sense approach to landside security

Security has become one of the most critical issues for Airport owners. With traffic on the increase there is a need for a more seamless traffic flow without compromising on security.

 

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Trending in the business jet market

While it is an unpredictable 2017, business jet trends offer a glimmer of hope for the aviation industry.

 

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Engines of the future

With environment issues always on top of the agenda, commercial aviation engines will need to reduce their carbon foot print. Efforts are being made to manuracture engines that are nearly 50% carbon efficient.

 

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