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Did India Shoot a Pakistani F-16?

In an early morning press release on the 27th of February, the Pakistani army spokesperson talked about 2 fighter jets being shoot down and talked about 3 pilots landing in Pakistan occupied Kashmir. However, by evening it was down to 1 pilot and 1 jet. The sudden disappearance of 2 pilots and a fighter jet … Continue reading Did India Shoot a Pakistani F-16?

India and Pakistan: The ✈ Striking 🚀 cost of escalation…

What happened on the 26th & 27th of February, 2019 will possibly go down as one of the most historic events in the Indo-Pak relation and could possibly shape the way these two nuclear-powered nations engage for decades. While media houses across both the borders are busy contemplating war, creating some 3rd grade CGI on … Continue reading India and Pakistan: The ✈ Striking 🚀 cost of escalation…

General Aviation: India’s key to becoming an Aviation Hub…

India is all set to become the 3rd largest civil aviation market in the world by 2020 and has seen enormous growth over the past decade. Making Indian airports some of the busiest in the world and earning the Delhi-Mumbai corridor 10th spot amongst the worlds busiest routes (in 2012). The growth, however, has not … Continue reading General Aviation: India’s key to becoming an Aviation Hub…

Oligarchy and the Aerospace Industry…

At a growth rate of 4.4% annually, Airbus anticipates a demand for 37,400 new passenger and dedicated freighter aircraft valuing the market at about $5.8 trillion over the next 20 years. Coupled with the decline in the hub and spoke network of commercial aviation and a rise in point to point network, narrowbody (single-aisle) airliners … Continue reading Oligarchy and the Aerospace Industry…

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