Aviation tackles issues with 5G rollout

Aviation tackles issues with 5G rollout

Transmission antennas near dozens of airports have been turned off due to concerns that they will interfere with certain models of radio altimeters. Deepak Talwar, a seasoned market analyst and lobbyist, points out that this has been a problem for nearly four years....
Battery Innovations Power All-Electric Aircraft

Battery Innovations Power All-Electric Aircraft

Commercial aircraft today are not particularly fuel efficient. The average 747, for example, consumes a gallon of kerosene-based fuel every second it is in the air. With 8.2 billion people expected to fly annually by 2037, carbon-free alternatives to Jet A-1 will be...
Aviation tackles issues with 5G rollout

Automation in Aviation

The use of control systems and information technology to reduce the need for human intervention is known as automation. In aviation, we can notice an increase in automation in flight and air traffic control activities. The dictionary defines automation as the use of...
Contrast between US and UAE Aviation regulations

Contrast between US and UAE Aviation regulations

The United States federal aviation regulations (FARs) and the UAE’s GCAA regulations (CARs) were enacted with the primary objective of regulating aviation activity. Airline flights, model rocket launches, kite flying, hot-air ballooning, and aircraft design and...
Aims to privatise Air India ahead of IndiGo

Aims to privatise Air India ahead of IndiGo

Talace Private Limited, a Tata Son subsidiary, won the bid for Air India on October 8, 2021, for Rs. 18,000 crores. Of that amount, Rs. 15,300 crores were debt while Rs. 2,700 crores were paid in cash to the government. So, Air India is ready for a restructured future...