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Future Cultural Challenges for Airlines And Airports
Introduction Assuming we are all alike is one of the greatest mistakes we human beings are making all the time. Another mistake we constantly make is to assume that our way of doing things is the only right way. So when people do things differently e.g. how people queue up or what we ascribe status to we try to educate them to do or see it our way. This is usually not well received and a conflict starts.
Boosting the growth of MRO Industry
Dr. Praveen Srivastava, Founder & CEO - AeroChamp, in conversation with our Special Editor Rohith Reddy on the reforms needed in the industry
MoD issues RFP for construction of six P-75(I) submarines for Indian Navy
As a major initiative towards ‘Make in India’, Ministry of Defence (MoD) has issued Request of Proposal (RFP) for the first acquisition programme under the Strategic Partnership Model for construction of six AIP fitted Conventional Submarines named Project 75(India) [P-75(I)] for the Indian Navy, on July 20, 2021.
Lockheed Martin Opens Advanced Manufacturing Facility to Expand Orion Spacecraft Production
Lockheed Martin opened its Spacecraft Test, Assembly and Resource (STAR) Center. The STAR Center features business and digital transformation innovations that will expand manufacturing, assembly and testing capacity for NASA's Orion spacecraft program and ultimately, future space exploration.
Rafale Aircraft Formally Inducted into 101 Squadron of the IAF
The Indian Air Force formally inducted Rafale aircraft into No. 101 Squadron at Air Force Station Hasimara in Eastern Air Command (EAC) on 28 Jul 21.
Forward towards growth
Yogesh Garg, Director, Sales - Asia Pacific - De Havilland in an exclusive interview with our Editor Mr. Kartikeya
RoyalJet adds European based BBJ to world's largest fleet
RoyalJet, the Abu Dhabi-owned and operated award-winning premium private aviation leader, has added a privately owned Boeing Business Jet (BBJ) to its growing fleet of managed aircraft.
Tata Boeing Aerospace Delivers 100th Fuselage for the AH-64 Apache Combat Helicopter
Tata Boeing Aerospace Limited (TBAL) announced the delivery of the 100th fuselage for the AH-64 Apache combat helicopter to Boeing from its state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Hyderabad.
Textron gets order for up to 150 Cessna Grand Caravan EX aircraft
Textron Aviation announced Surf Air Mobility has signed a purchase agreement for up to 150 Cessna Grand Caravan EX single-engine turboprop aircraft, with an initial fleet order of 100 aircraft and an option for 50 more.
Virgin Galactic completes first fully crewed spaceflight
Virgin Galactic’s VSS Unity successfully reached space on July 11, completing the company’s fourth rocket-powered spaceflight. The flight was the 22nd test flight of VSS Unity and the first test flight with a full crew, including Indian American SirishaBandla in the cabin, including the Company’s founder, Sir Richard Branson.
Janja Garnbret, the most dominant comp climber on the planet
The Land of Roast Goose and Dumplings
Alexander Lobrano returns to the sleepy villages of eastern Slovenia, where family-run inns serve the best-preserved old-fashioned cooking of Mitteleuropa.
Rain in Slovenia's Plains
Driving from Ljubljana through to Bled and Bohinj, two happy campers hike, canoe and amble along until weather plays spoilsport
ANA ROŠ THE PIONEER
SELF-TAUGHT CHEF ANA ROŠ’S HIŠA FRANKO HAS EARNED TWO MICHELIN STARS — HER COOKING COMBINES THE INGREDIENTS OF SLOVENIA’S SOČA VALLEY IN FASCINATING NEW WAYS.
WEEKENDER - MARIBOR
Against a backdrop of a restored old town, the Slovenian city is embracing its cultural identity, from colourful festivals to age-old winemaking.
A PIECE OF PARADISE IN CENTRAL EUROPE
My idea of Paradise is a pretty place with mountains all around, a small population, totally peaceful, wonderful monuments not only of history but also of poets, church bells ringing occasionally, charming golf courses, no political rallies and demonstrations, clean roads, and wonderful cuisine, easily accessible from my home and some friends from a previous era to relish past associations.
Bilateral Relations Between Slovenia And India
Bilateral relations between Slovenia and India are not focused solely on political and foreign affairs. Economic cooperation represents an extremely important part too. India is the second most important trading partner of Slovenia in Asia.
5 EU states seek summit on ‘unfair' vaccine handouts
VIENNA (AFP) – Austria, the Czech Republic, Slovenia, Bulgaria and Latvia have called for a European Union summit to discuss “huge disparities” in the distribution of vaccines, according to a letter published yesterday.
UAE sends aid to Slovenia in fight against COVID-19
In continuation of UAE’s efforts to provide a helping hand to all brotherly and friendly countries, UAE leadership has been keen to contribute to supporting the health sector in Slovenia
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