Aviation, Aerospace

Orolia Fortifies Resilient Positioning, Navigation and Timing Solutions

Purva Marwaha - 04-juil.-2017 08:44:07

Orolia Fortifies Resilient Positioning, Navigation and Timing Solutions     Strategic Alliance includes product development, go-to-market activities of PNT solutions independent of GPS/GNSS satellite signals to Military, Defense, Government and Commercial customers worldwide   New Delhi, India – February 2017 – Orolia, the worldwide leader in Resilient Positioning, Navigation and Timing (PNT) solutions, announced that it has formed a strategic alliance, including an equity investment, with Satelles Inc. to develop, market and sell PNT solutions based on Satelles’ Satellite Time and Location (STL) signal technology. STL is a unique space-based PNT technology that provides location and timing data independent from traditional GPS and other GNSS satellite signals. By using STL, Orolia’s proven Spectracom and McMurdo branded solutions will be less susceptible to vulnerabilities – spoofing, interference and jamming – associated with GPS/GNSS.   Many highly sensitive military, defense, government and commercial applications and operations including maritime/aviation, fleet/asset tracking management, search and rescue and data center management require accurate and reliable PNT data. Today, these applications rely on signals from GPS/GNSS satellites SBAS GAGAN or Regional Satellite Navigation Systems such as the Indian Regional Navigation Satellite system (IRNSS). There are instances, however where GPS/GNSS/IRNSS signal strength and security are not sufficient and prone to signal disruption. For these cases, STL can be used as a secure signal of opportunity to complement GPS/GNSS making the application more accurate and secure and less prone to interference attack.   Furthermore "Orolia has provided India with positioning and timing technologies for critical applications for many years. In the field of Search & Rescue, Orolia is a long-term partner with India since we equip the ground stations with the international satellite search and rescue system called "cospas-sarsat", the first generation was commissioned in 1989. These stations are used to detect the emission of distress signals and to calculate the position of beacons triggered in the event of danger to human life. Our aeronautical distress beacons are used by major Indian airlines. We are also being tested with the ADA (Aeronautical Development Agency) for our military distress beacons used by fighter pilots. In the field of ultra-precise time, we equip Indian satellite navigation satellites (IRNSS) with atomic clocks and have been supplying high-performance time and frequency references to the Indian defense industry for many years. Example for telecommunication or radar applications "explains Rohit Braggs, VP Networks & Sources of Orolia. "The strategic partnership with Satelles, which allows us to expand our portfolio of highly robust positioning, navigation and timing (PNT) technologies, is an opportunity for Indian government players (armed forces, internal security, defense industry) and (E.g. marine, aviation, banking, IT, etc.) to have GPS / IRNSS signal curing technology interfered with by jamming and thus an additional level of reliability in accessing critical PNT data, their applications need. "     “In today’s increasingly dynamic and mobile world, there is a growing need for precise and robust positioning, navigation and timing information especially in business-crucial, high-risk and life-saving operations,” said Dr. Jean-Yves Courtois, Orolia CEO. “By augmenting Orolia’s market-leading GPS/GNSS-based solutions with Satelles’ STL technology, we will have the industry’s first truly fail-safe, resilient PNT solution.   This breakthrough offering will be ideal for mission critical applications in which the smallest of discrepancies in PNT data accuracy, availability and stability can result in a network outage, a system crash or a loss of life.”   Based on the Iridium® satellite constellation, STL signals are up to 1000 times stronger than GPS/GNSS which helps to prevent jamming and allows easier signal reach into buildings and other hard-to-reach locations. STL’s additional cryptographic security also ensures the highest levels of performance, productivity and security.   “Satelles’ pioneering role in STL technology is a perfect fit with Orolia’s proven Resilient PNT strategy,” said Dr. Michael O’Connor, Satelles CEO. “We look forward to working together to introduce new products and solutions that will provide our customers with the utmost confidence that their positioning, navigation and timing data is accurate, secure and accessible.”   For information on Orolia, please visit www.orolia.com For information on Satelles, please visit www.satellesinc.com .   A press kit is also available at https://www.orolia.com/en/media-center/news/news-2016/1084-satelles-satellite-time-and-location-signal-technology.html   About Orolia   Orolia is the world leader in resilient positioning, navigation and timing (PNT) solutions that improve the reliability, performance and safety of customers’ critical, remote or high-risk operations. Through its leading Kannad, McMurdo, Sarbe, Spectracom and Spectratime brands, Orolia has more than 400 employees and sales presence in over 100 countries worldwide. Leading organizations including Airbus, NASA, Thales, and Raytheon rely on Orolia for fail-safe GNSS and PNT products and solutions for their mission critical needs. Founded in 2006, Orolia has a global presence with offices in China, France, Russia, Switzerland, the U.K., the U.S.A. and further plans to expand its global footprint in 2017.   About Satelles   Satelles has developed and deployed the world’s first real-time PNT service based on Low Earth Orbit satellites. Satellite Time and Location (STL) signals are highly secure, penetrate deep indoors, and are available anywhere on Earth. These features make the service perfect as an independent augmentation for GPS/GNSS and other location-based technologies. With offices in Redwood City, California, and Fairfax, Virginia, Satelles works in partnership with recognized industry leaders to deliver these secure time and location capabilities to government and commercial users worldwide.       About Business France   Business France is the national agency supporting the international development of the French economy, responsible for fostering export growth by French businesses, as well as promoting and facilitating international investment in France. It promotes France’s companies, business image and nationwide attractiveness as an investment location, and also runs the V.I.E international internship program. Business France has 1,500 personnel, both in France and in 70 countries throughout the world, who work with a network of public- and private-sector partners. For further information, please visit: www.businessfrance.fr and youbuyfrance.com.in.   Orolia and Satelles Press Contacts: Elodie Cally Orolia Communications Director Email: elodie.cally@orolia.com Mobile: +33(0)6.33.85.76.93       Bart Ferrell Satelles Communications Director Email: bferrell@satellesinc.com   Mobile: +1 618-920-9434       Business France India Press Contact:   Julian Hoarau-Bouaziz Marketing and Communication Trade Officer Email: Julian.hoarau@businessfrance.fr Mobile: +91 837 689 50 05  


Bangalore Startup Shoots For The Moon Propeled By Nandan Nilekani, Ratan Tata And Others

Purva Marwaha - 06-mars-2017 10:24:17

Bangalore Startup Shoots For The Moon Propeled By Nandan Nilekani, Ratan Tata And Others A team of more than 100 techies--young engineers guided by a group of retired senior scientists from the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO)--is building a spacecraft to soft-land a rover on the moon by the end of this year and fly the Indian flag up there on the country’s Republic Day (January 26, 2018). The spunky Bangalore startup has already secured a contract with ISRO for sending the spacecraft into orbit around the Earth aboard ISRO’s Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle. Team?Indus, cofounded by IIT grad and serial software entrepreneur Rahul Narayan, is one of five teams around the world competing for the $20 million Google Lunar XPrize that is intended to promote entrepreneurial space exploration. The others in the fray are the U.S.’ Moon Express, Israeli nonprofit SpaceIL, Japan’s Hakuto and Synergy Moon (an international collaboration from 15 countries). The winner is required to land the craft and release the rover, which has to move 500 meters on the lunar surface and beam high-definition photos and videos back to Earth. The Indian team has already cleared one milestone, landing technology, and has netted $1 million from GLXP. GLXP’s stipulation is that 90% of the mission cost has to come from private sources. Part of the funding will come from selling taxi services: For instance, competitor Hakuto’s rover will hitch a ride on the Indian spacecraft. "The development of the spacecraft is in progress now," says fleet commander Narayan, 43. "We have all the key alliances in place. We can make this happen." The trip to the moon has big backing from these business leaders: Nandan Nilekani Software giant Infosys’ cofounder, with a net worth of $1.6 billion, is the biggest investor in TeamIndus.   Rakesh Jhunjhunwala Hailed as India’s Warren Buffett, the star investor who stays away from startups has made an exception with the lunar company. Ratan Tata Former chairman of the $103 billion (revenue) Tata conglomerate is a big backer of startups in India. Venu Srinivasan South Indian business leader chairs India’s third-largest two-wheeler maker--the $1.7 billion (fiscal 2016 revenues) TVS Motor Co. Sachin & Binny Bansal Cofounders of e-commerce marketplace Flipkart--referred to as India’s Alibaba--take a leap into space.   Source:  http://bit.ly/2lNqAv6


Dassault sets sights on supplying 200 Rafale jets to India over next decade

Julian Hoarau - 17-févr.-2017 10:16:54

French aircraft maker Dassault Aviation on Wednesday said the Indian order for 36 Rafale fighters was a “bit small,” hoping it would swell to around 200 warplanes over the next decade. The firm has factored in an upcoming naval aviation programme to arrive at the figure. Dassault Aviation CEO Eric Trappier said a bigger order would ensure that transfer of technology was meatier and also position the country as a high-end manufacturing hub under the Make in India initiative. India plans to induct some 400 warplanes during the next 10 years to sharpen its military edge. “Thirty six is a good number to start with but we need to build on that foundation. It is not big enough for transfer of technology,” Trappier told a select group of journalists at Aero India-2017. “We are pushing for more orders. We are aware of the Indian military’s requirements and additional orders could come.” India and France signed the $8.7-billion Rafale deal on September 23, 2016. The jets, equipped with latest weapons and tailored for Indian needs, will be delivered between 2019 and 2022. Indian Air Force fighter pilots and technicians will head to France in 2018 to train on the Rafale. The IAF has also cautioned that the 36 fighters are not enough to check the erosion of its IAF’s strength. Trappier said Rafale was a strong competitor for an Indian programme to build twin-engine fighters in the country. He said Dassault would also compete with global rivals for an order to supply 57 carrier-borne fighters to Indian Navy.   “It makes better sense to equip the IAF and the navy with the same platform as it means good logistics, maintenance and industrial support,” he said. US aerospace giant Boeing will also compete for the naval programme with its F-18 Super Hornet. The IAF’s Rafale fighters will be equipped with European missile maker MBDA’s Meteor beyond visual range missiles. MBDA CEO Antoine Bouvier told HT the missile’s no-escape zone was three to four times greater than other missiles. MBDA has formed a joint venture with Larsen & Toubro to take part in upcoming missile programmes under the Make in India plan. “This is MBDA’s first JV outside Europe. We are willing to transfer most sensitive missile technologies,” Bouvier said. Dassault Aviation has forged a joint venture with billionaire Anil Ambani’s Reliance Defence for carrying out its offset obligations bundled with the Rafale deal. Ambani flew in a Rafale fighter at the airshow, pulling 6G (experiencing six times the force of gravity) during the 35-minute sortie. From Hindustantimes.com : http://www.hindustantimes.com/india-news/dassault-sets-sights-on-supplying-200-rafale-jets-to-india-over-next-decade/story-sICe1UFTRC0RxR3wkpLCZK.html  


"Rafale jets exceptional, IAF will like to have more" Raha

Julian HOARAU - 05-oct.-2016 08:48:55

  New Delhi, Oct 4 (PTI) Describing the Rafale fighter jets as "exceptional", IAF chief Air Chief Marshal Arup Raha today said the force would like to have more of the aircraft and insisted that the recently signed contract for 36 fighters was better than other such deals.   He also spoke about "unsolicited offers" that India has received from Boeing, Saab and Lockheed Martin to manufacture fighter aircraft in India and said the company which offers the best deal will be selected.   He said Saab’s Gripen is a "good fighter" as compared to others like F-16 of Lockheed Martin but the decision will depend on many factors.   "Any air force will be proud to have aircraft of the Rafale class which is in mid-weight category. In terms of its weapons capability, air-to-air missiles, beyond visual range, air-to-ground, its avionics, instrumentation and warfare suite, it is exceptional and one of the leading aircraft of the current generation," Raha said.   Asked if 18 more aircraft would be procured, he said, "Well, we would like to have more. But it is a decision that will be taken in the near future."   The 7.878 billion Euros (Rs 59,000 crore) deal for 36 Rafale fighter jets was signed on September 23. The new planes will give a big boost to IAF’s defence and strike power.   The most important aspect of the deal, apart from the fact that the Rafale is a 4.5 generation fighter jet, is the firepower that India is getting in the form of long-range and Beyond Visual Range (BVR) missiles.   Rafale jets will come equipped with state-of-the-art missiles such as Meteor and Scalp. Meteor is a BVR air-to-air missile with a range in excess of 150km.   "It is better in terms of price, performance-based logistics, missiles among others," he said on the Rafale deal in comparison to the MMRCA tender and deals signed by France with other countries in world.   On the induction of light combat aircraft Tejas, he said it would be done in six squadrons, including the upgraded version.   He said the next version called Tejas ’Mark-A’ would come with better radar, weapons, avionics, and its production will start in 2021.   Raha also said IAF would also be upgrading the Sukhoi 30 MKI fighter jets besides the Jaguar.   On the integration of BrahMos missiles with the Sukhoi 30 MKI, Raha said, "We hope to fire a live missile in three months."   The IAF chief, who heads the Chiefs of Staff Committee (CoSC), a body of the three service chiefs, said he hoped the government would resolve the issues of the 7th Pay Commission and that the forces have decided to implement it based on the government’s assurances.  


Innovative and diversified range of French companies at the Inter Airport Europe exhibition

Thomas ILHE - 03-août-2015 06:48:10

Normal 0 21 false false false FR X-NONE X-NONE /* Style Definitions */ table.MsoNormalTable {mso-style-name:"Tableau Normal"; mso-tstyle-rowband-size:0; mso-tstyle-colband-size:0; mso-style-noshow:yes; mso-style-priority:99; mso-style-parent:""; mso-padding-alt:0cm 5.4pt 0cm 5.4pt; mso-para-margin:0cm; mso-para-margin-bottom:.0001pt; mso-pagination:widow-orphan; font-size:10.0pt; font-family:"Calibri","sans-serif"; mso-bidi-font-family:"Times New Roman";} The French airport industry will be very active at the 20th edition of the Inter Airport Europe exhibition in Munich, with 25 companies representing various sectors of the industry. The French companies will be grouped together in a 376.5 m² French section organized by Business France, a government agency supporting the international development of the French economy . A leading global exhibition, Inter Airport Europe is a not-to-missed event to meet the international decision-makers and buyers of the airport industry. The global airport sector has successfully withstood the economic crisis. By 2016, it is estimated that 3.6 billion passengers will be transported per year. Backed by this optimistic outlook, numerous airport terminal projects are emerging throughout the world. Furthermore, the growing number of passengers and the rapid development of new technologies make it essential to modernize existing airports. France holds a strong position on the global market, thanks to its numerous facilities and its significant expertise across all airport services. Normal 0 21 false false false FR X-NONE X-NONE /* Style Definitions */ table.MsoNormalTable {mso-style-name:"Tableau Normal"; mso-tstyle-rowband-size:0; mso-tstyle-colband-size:0; mso-style-noshow:yes; mso-style-priority:99; mso-style-parent:""; mso-padding-alt:0cm 5.4pt 0cm 5.4pt; mso-para-margin:0cm; mso-para-margin-bottom:.0001pt; mso-pagination:widow-orphan; font-size:10.0pt; font-family:"Calibri","sans-serif"; mso-bidi-font-family:"Times New Roman";} The French industry is organized into different sectors covering studies, construction, equipment and systems as well as services divided into three clusters: air traffic control and ground traffic, airline stopovers and air terminals. The French companies participating at the Inter Airport Munich exhibition will be representative of the diversity of the sector and showcase French excellence. Normal 0 21 false false false FR X-NONE X-NONE /* Style Definitions */ table.MsoNormalTable {mso-style-name:"Tableau Normal"; mso-tstyle-rowband-size:0; mso-tstyle-colband-size:0; mso-style-noshow:yes; mso-style-priority:99; mso-style-parent:""; mso-padding-alt:0cm 5.4pt 0cm 5.4pt; mso-para-margin:0cm; mso-para-margin-bottom:.0001pt; mso-pagination:widow-orphan; font-size:10.0pt; font-family:"Calibri","sans-serif"; mso-bidi-font-family:"Times New Roman";} The French airport exhibitors will represent some of the worlds largest groups including ADPI, VINCI, THALES to name but a few, as well as certain SMEs specialized in various market segments (Ground Support Equipment, lighting, ticketing or passenger information systems). Frances airport equipment and consulting businesses will be showcased at Inter Airport Europe by Proavia, an association that promotes and provides information on French airport and air security technology. Come visit the French exhibitors in hall B6, stands 610 to 716 and meet the following companies: ADB AIRFIELD SOLUTIONS (end-to-end visual guidance solutions – www.adb-air.com ), AEROPAX (deployable passenger boarding tunnels – www.aeropax.fr ), ALSTEF (baggage handling systems – www.alstef.com ), ANYLOGIC (management of pedestrian flows in airports – www.anylogic.com ), ATERMES (high-tech aviation equipment – www.atermes.fr ), CARTEL MANUTENTION (blast fences, baggage trolleys, passenger stairs, etc. - www.cartel-manutention.fr ), DEDIENNE AEROSPACE (aircraft maintenance tooling - www.dedienne-aero.com ), DERVAUX (aircraft warning lights – www.balisage.dervaux.fr ), DESCHAMPS (aircraft recovery equipment – www.mobi-mat.com ), ELAUL (autonomous lighting and lighting systems - www.elaul.fr ), FORTAL (docks and stepladders – www.fortal.fr ), GATE (ground support equipment - www.gategse.com ), GLOBALSYS (wireless communication systems - www.globalsys.fr ), HIFI FILTER (European filtration specialist – www.hifi-filter.com ), MONROC (industrial manufacturer of axles, suspensions and brakes - www.monroc.com ), MUSTHANE (refuelling systems, lifting bags, recovery trackway - www.musthane.com ), NAKSYS (airfield lighting photometry calibration equipment - www.naksys.com ), PROAVIA (showcase for French expertise in the airport industry - www.proavia.com ), SAINT-GOBAIN SOVIS (prisms and molded optical components for airport lighting - www.sovis-optique.com ), SOVAL EXPORT (cast iron man holes for water distribution systems, cleaning and lighting for runways – www.soval.fr ), SOVAM (ground support equipment: boarding bridges, baggage tractors, etc. - www.sovam.fr ), STERELA (electronic systems for air and road transport – www.sterela.fr ), TITAN AVIATION (solutions for every step of the refuelling process - www.titan-aviation.com ), TUBESCA-COMABI (docks and access solutions for aircraft maintenance – www.tubesca-comabi.com ), XOPS - RESONATE MP4 (multimedia systems and intelligent transport solutions – www.resonate-mp4.com ).


Innovative and diversified range of French companies at the Inter Airport Europe exhibition Munich, October 6-9, 2015

Thomas ILHE - 31-juil.-2015 08:32:23

Normal 0 21 false false false FR X-NONE X-NONE /* Style Definitions */ table.MsoNormalTable {mso-style-name:"Tableau Normal"; mso-tstyle-rowband-size:0; mso-tstyle-colband-size:0; mso-style-noshow:yes; mso-style-priority:99; mso-style-parent:""; mso-padding-alt:0cm 5.4pt 0cm 5.4pt; mso-para-margin:0cm; mso-para-margin-bottom:.0001pt; mso-pagination:widow-orphan; font-size:10.0pt; font-family:"Calibri","sans-serif"; mso-bidi-font-family:"Times New Roman";} The French airport industry will be very active at the 20th edition of the Inter Airport Europe exhibition in Munich, with 25 companies representing various sectors of the industry. The French companies will be grouped together in a 376.5 m² French section organized by Business France, a government agency supporting the international development of the French economy . A leading global exhibition, Inter Airport Europe is a not-to-missed event to meet the international decision-makers and buyers of the airport industry. The global airport sector has successfully withstood the economic crisis. By 2016, it is estimated that 3.6 billion passengers will be transported per year. Backed by this optimistic outlook, numerous airport terminal projects are emerging throughout the world. Furthermore, the growing number of passengers and the rapid development of new technologies make it essential to modernize existing airports. France holds a strong position on the global market, thanks to its numerous facilities and its significant expertise across all airport services. The French industry is organized into different sectors covering studies, construction, equipment and systems as well as services divided into three clusters: air traffic control and ground traffic, airline stopovers and air terminals. The French companies participating at the Inter Airport Munich exhibition will be representative of the diversity of the sector and showcase French excellence. The French airport exhibitors will represent some of the worlds largest groups including ADPI, VINCI, THALES to name but a few, as well as certain SMEs specialized in various market segments (Ground Support Equipment, lighting, ticketing or passenger information systems). Frances airport equipment and consulting businesses will be showcased at Inter Airport Europe by Proavia, an association that promotes and provides information on French airport and air security technology. Come visit the French exhibitors in hall B6, stands 610 to 716 and meet the following companies:  ADB AIRFIELD SOLUTIONS (end-to-end visual guidance solutions – www.adb-air.com ), AEROPAX (deployable passenger boarding tunnels – www.aeropax.fr ), ALSTEF (baggage handling systems – www.alstef.com ), ANYLOGIC (management of pedestrian flows in airports – www.anylogic.com ), ATERMES (high-tech aviation equipment – www.atermes.fr ), CARTEL MANUTENTION (blast fences, baggage trolleys, passenger stairs, etc. - www.cartel-manutention.fr ), DEDIENNE AEROSPACE (aircraft maintenance tooling - www.dedienne-aero.com ), DERVAUX (aircraft warning lights – www.balisage.dervaux.fr ), DESCHAMPS (aircraft recovery equipment – www.mobi-mat.com ), ELAUL (autonomous lighting and lighting systems - www.elaul.fr ), FORTAL (docks and stepladders – www.fortal.fr ), GATE (ground support equipment - www.gategse.com ), GLOBALSYS (wireless communication systems - www.globalsys.fr ), HIFI FILTER (European filtration specialist – www.hifi-filter.com ), MONROC (industrial manufacturer of axles, suspensions and brakes - www.monroc.com ), MUSTHANE (refuelling systems, lifting bags, recovery trackway - www.musthane.com ), NAKSYS (airfield lighting photometry calibration equipment - www.naksys.com ), PROAVIA (showcase for French expertise in the airport industry - www.proavia.com ), SAINT-GOBAIN SOVIS (prisms and molded optical components for airport lighting - www.sovis-optique.com ), SOVAL EXPORT (cast iron man holes for water distribution systems, cleaning and lighting for runways – www.soval.fr ), SOVAM (ground support equipment: boarding bridges, baggage tractors, etc. - www.sovam.fr ), STERELA (electronic systems for air and road transport – www.sterela.fr ), TITAN AVIATION (solutions for every step of the refuelling process - www.titan-aviation.com ), TUBESCA-COMABI (docks and access solutions for aircraft maintenance – www.tubesca-comabi.com ), XOPS - RESONATE MP4 (multimedia systems and intelligent transport solutions – www.resonate-mp4.com ). For more information: BUSINESS FRANCE Isabelle Duval, Project Manager Tel.: +33 (0)1 40 73 33 31 Email: isabelle.duval@businessfrance.fr Website : export.businessfrance.fr


Bengaluru startups on Airbus radar

Thomas ILHE - 04-juin-2015 07:10:48

For the first time in its 46-year history, European plane-maker Airbus is starting to take external ideas from start-ups across the world for its aircraft programmes. Its first stop outside of its French base is Hamburg, Germany, while the second will be Bengaluru, making it the latest global company to cash in on growing number of entrepreneurs in Asias third largest economy. The initiative is part of Airbus business accelerator programme called BizLabs, under which the company will select business ideas from across the world and mentor companies that are giving them. Till now, it has only scouted for ideas within the group. The only level where it has engaged with other companies is for supply of plane parts or technology. "What is the weakness of a big group like Airbus when we talk about innovation? We believe that we have better ideas than the rest of the world. We believe that we know because we control the technologies and platforms. The world has shown us in the car industry, the space industry and the hi-tech industry that this is not true. And we need to be open to others ideas and others innovations," said its global CEO Fabrice Bregier recently. "I think in Bengaluru -- with what we know and what we have already invested, especially on systems innovations -- we can come up with very good ideas," he said, adding the platforms in both locations (Hamburg and Bengaluru) may be set up in 12 months. Airbus has an engineering centre in Bengaluru. Airbus move signifies the growing importance of entrepreneurship in India which has been attracting massive global attention and investor interest. Technology start-ups in the country attracted investments of over $1 billion in January-March, up twofold from the same quarter last year. "Its a great initiative. Lots of airline processes are still done manually, and can be replaced and optimised through digitisation. Large industrial companies like Airbus can develop breakthrough innovations by tapping into the energy and disruptive ideas of young entrepreneurs around the world," said Udayant Malhoutra, CEO of Dynamatic Technologies the biggest Indian private sector aircraft parts supplier to Airbus. Companies the world over have acted as business incubators, taking companies under their wing and often imbibing business ideas into their own programmes. The Lufthansa Innovation Hub started in 2014 and plans to invest Eur 500 million in Europe by 2020. Other carriers such as American Airlines, Virgin Atlantic, British Airways and Turkish Airlines have had programmes to help startups. Airbus has a total of 196 planes flying in India, and has firm orders of 252 and an MoU signed for another 250. Read more at: http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/articleshow/47507116.cms?utm_source=contentofinterest&utm_medium=text&utm_campaign=cppst


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