Archive for July, 2017

Private Jet Industry Steps Up in India

Thursday, July 27th, 2017
Gulfstream G200 s/n 163

Credit: Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation

The private jet industry in India is all set to intensify for the wealthiest in the country. New private aircraft worth billions of dollars have entered India over the last decade making it the ninth largest in the world, according to the International Air Transport Association (IATA). It is expected that by 2026, it will become the third largest in the world overtaking the UK. (more…)

Rising Temperatures – A Nightmare for Aviation Industry

Monday, July 17th, 2017
American-airlines

American-airlines

In the month of June 2017, when Phoenix was hit by a severe heatwave, with the mercury reaching 1200F; the American Airlines had to cancel 50 flights scheduled to depart from Sky Harbor International Airport. The news of the cancellations of the flights spread across the world. To know the reason behind this, one has to understand the physics of air travel and how extreme heat affects flying. (more…)

US to England in Mere 20 Minutes

Wednesday, July 12th, 2017

Credit: imaginactive.org

Due to the advancement in science and technology, now you can travel from the United States to London in less than 20 minutes. And if you are wondering how will that be possible, then we are glad to tell you that the idea of a jet, called the Antipode, has been conceived by Canadian industrial designer Charles Bombardier. (more…)

Fly Business Class Without Actually Paying For It

Thursday, July 6th, 2017
Airport

Credit: Public Domain/Jeshoots

It’s a fact that flying business class or first class has a lot more benefits and advantages compared to flying economy class. Amenity kits, pyjamas, china crockery and fine wine & dine etc. are provided to the business or first class flyers. More important than these is the passenger’s condition on arrival, especially on long haul flights. The passengers travelling by business or first class arrive relaxed, but the economy class flyers arrive in tired and worn out condition. (more…)