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Cruising Heights' June-July issue looks at the present state of aviation - that has been hit the hardest in the Covid pandemic and is going through possibly its most dicult times - in the country. The situation has been termed unprecedented but little has happened on the ground to nd an eective way out. A few airlines received government bailouts, while others raised cash. What is the future for Indian aviation? Meanwhile, in Pakistan, its aviation industry is going through a major crisis: that of 'fake' pilots. Pakistan Aviation faces a moment of truth as airlines and institutions worldwide have put on 'hold' on their ying till the fake pilot licences scandal is sorted out. A look at how the 'fake' pilots issue broke out and its repercussions. Also, a detailed report on the A380 bowing out. The giant aircraft had made waves when it took to the skies, but has had to give way to more fuel ecient, twin engine smaller jets that provide greater exibility with multiple schedules and better economics. CH traces the last journey of the engineering marvel that was made up four million parts produced in 30 countries. Along with the A380, the B747, the Queen of the skies is also nally calling it a day. Boeing will not be producing the iconic aircraft that made its debut in 1969 - and marked its 50th anniversary in February 2019 -- any more. It created dreams and enthused everyone to y. Plus: A survey done by Vistara points to hope in the Indian aviation sector in the next six months.

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