MS Dhoni-backed drone manufacturer, Garuda Aerospace today announced the company’s foray into offline retail with the introduction of company owned outlet stores, kickstarting with its first-ever flagship retail outlet in Chennai, Tamil Nadu.
In a definitive shift within the Indian Air Force (IAF), the venerable MiG-21 Bison fighter jets took to the skies for their ceremonial final sortie above Uttarlai in Rajasthan's Barmer district on October 31, 2023. Flanked by the more advanced Su-30 MKI, the MiG-21 Bison's departure marked the end of an era and reflected the IAF's ongoing strategic upgrade.
In a strategic move to enhance its service offerings and market presence, SpiceJet, one of India’s leading low-cost carriers, has announced the induction of five Boeing 737 jets, including three MAX variants, into its fleet through a leasing agreement. This initiative is part of the airline’s broader strategy to recapture market share and solidify its position in the competitive Indian aviation sector.
In a remarkable show of resilience and sustained growth, India’s civil aviation sector has catapulted to become the third-largest domestic market globally, trailing only behind China and the U.S. Since 2014, the number of domestic passengers has doubled, underscoring the country’s burgeoning demand for air travel.
India’s civil aviation sector is increasingly being recognized as a pivotal force in unlocking the nation’s economic potential, according to Vumlunmang Vualnam, Secretary at the Ministry of Civil Aviation.
Integrating advanced space technology with logistics and transportation systems is igniting a paradigm shift, promising unprecedented levels of efficiency, safety, and sustainability across the sector.
In a remarkable feat of technological prowess, Indian startup Pixxel has successfully etched its name in the annals of space innovation, securing a position on TIME’s prestigious Best Inventions of 2023 list.
After making his first flight in Bengaluru, Karnataka, on November 25, 2023, Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi paid a visit to Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL). The aircraft is a twin-seater Light Combat Aircraft named Tejas. The first Indian prime minister to fly aboard a fighter plane built and designed in the country, Tejas, was Shri Narendra Modi.