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The branch Aeronautical is developing very much nowadays (Designing, and creating model...) not only national but especially international , and professionally, B.Tech Aeronautical and Aircraft Maintenance Engineering have a very high prestige place for those who are choosing to be in this branch because especially it is very important and useful for Government also as per as the following news (International aviation news )Boeing: T-X Offering for U.S. Air Force is 'Production Relevant.The Boeing-Saab offering for the U.S. Air Force’s T-X advanced jet trainer requirement is a “production relevant” aircraft, Boeing asserted this week. The manufacturer batted down the suggestion that its clean-sheet design will take longer to deliver to the service than competing jets based on operational models.Meeting with reporters on May 17 in St. Louis, Boeing’s T-X program manager Ted Torgerson maintained a tight grip on information about the single-engine, twin-tail, high-wing design the companies rolled out last September, declining to reveal their investment in the program, the work share with Saab or the number of flight hours flown by now two working jets. The T-X1 flew for the first time on December 20; the T-X2 flew on April 24.Asked about how many flight hours the jets have accumulated, Torgerson said only: “They have flown a lot, as many as four times in a day.” He added that Boeing has already collected what the Air Force requires for flight-test data, including time-stamped cockpit audio and video, to make the service’s June 28 deadline.Valued at $16.3 billion, the T-X program calls for 350 jets and ground-based training systems to replace the aging Northrop T-38 Talons the Air Force’s Air Education and Training Command uses for undergraduate pilot training. Following the submission of flight-test data in June, competing contractors have until late fall to make final proposal revisions. They expect the Air Force will select one jet type in December, launching the program's engineering and manufacturing development phase.The Boeing-Saab offering, powered by a GE Aviation F404-GE-402 engine, faces competition from Lockheed Martin and Korea Aerospace Industries, proposing the T-50A variant of KAI’s single-engine T-50 Golden Eagle; and Italy’s Leonardo and its U.S. subsidiary DRS Technologies, offering the T-100 variant of the twin-engine Alenia Aermacchi M-346 Master.At Lockheed Martin’s annual media day in March, executive vice president Rob Weiss said that his company if necessary could deliver the T-50A six years earlier than a clean-sheet design, saving the Air Force $1 billion it would otherwise spend on sustaining the T-38. Torgerson responded: “I have no rebuttal to that because how do they know? All I know is that we have invested to build two production jets that are ready to go…a full development program, SRR [systems requirements review], PDR [preliminary design review], CDR [critical design review] and a full flight-test program. We built two because we wanted to prove that we weren’t just a demonstrator; we have an airplane we can build repeatedly.”If the Air Force selects the T-50A, Lockheed Martin would assemble it in Greenville, South Carolina. Leonardo and DRS Technologies would assemble the T-100 in Tuskegee, Alabama. On May 15, Boeing announced that T-X assembly would take place in St. Louis, supporting 1, 800 direct and indirect jobs. Formerly the headquarters of its Defense, Space and Security Group, the greater St. Louis area is where Boeing builds the F/A-18 and F-15 fighters and the Joint Direct Attack Munition.“When you look at the skill mix of the airplanes we produce at this site, the capabilities we have at this site, the facilities we have in place; we don’t have to build anything new, we’ve got all the facilities we need right here, ” Torgerson said.AIN Aviation News19/05/2017www.soaneemrana.orgTel: 88002287020
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B.Tech Aeronautical, Aircraft Maintenance Engineering, Cabin Crew are mostly in search for job profile now and the Institutes for that are required to be increased as per as the following news and School of Aeronautics is already offering these various courses. AIR INDIA TO CONSIDER SETTING UP AVIATION VARSITYNew Delhi: Air India is mulling establishing an aviation university for providing various programmes that can also be an additional revenue stream for it in the long term. The national carrier, which is working on ways to improve its financial position, has already started exploring various options for having a university, airline officials said.The idea is to have an institution that offers a range of aviation training programmes for pilots, cabin crew, operations and engineering staff, among others, they said. "We want to create a world class university and make it heavily commercial, " Air India CMD Ashwani Lohani told Press Trust of India.The national carrier has also approached Educational Consultants India Limited (EdCIL) to look at the possibility to convert its Central Training Establishment (CTE) in Hyderabad into a deemed-to-be-university. EdCIL would be studying the viability aspects and is expected to submit a report in "2 to 3 months", Air India Executive Director (Training) Capt Amitabh Singh said. After taking into consideration the suggestions in the report, a final decision would be taken. According to Singh, it would take "2 to 5 years" to turn the Hyderabad training centre into a deemed university depending on the viability. "Any airline can utilise our resources (once the university is set up). They can also send their pilots for type rating (training for specific aircraft type), " Lohanisaid. As per the initial plans, the university would offer diploma and certificate courses. In due course, degree programmes could also be offered, Singh said. The CTE has three A320 simulators for pilot training and an ATR 72-600 simulator would be inducted in September. For the last few years, CTE has been giving training to pilots from outside of Air India also."We have been able to train a lot of outside pilots who get an endorsement on our A320 simulators. Later, they get jobs either with us or with other airlines, " Singh said, adding such a trend can be capitalised upon to generate additional revenues.Presently, the CTE offers courses for pilots, flight despatchers, engineers, commercial, cargo, management, cabin crew, aviation security, aviation medicine, ramp handling. In 2016-17, the CTE is estimated to have reported a turnover of Rs. 26 crore.This is an increase of nearly 74 per cent compared to Rs. 15 crore turnovers in 2015-16. Air India is staying afloat on a bailout package from the central government and expects an operational profit of Rs. 300 crore in 2016-17 fiscal. Source: NDTV Profit
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Aeronautical Engineering improves very much nowadays especially in India and now, professionally, it can give much opportunity as per as the following news ROLLS-ROYCE KEEN TO MAKE SMALL AIRCRAFT WITH INDIAN COMPANIESNEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has sought to establish the country as a manufacturing hub through the Make-in-India project, and launched the regional connectivity initiative to expand aviation links. Rolls-Royce is now keen to aid both programmes — by making smaller aircraft locally. The company, which commands a 50 per cent market share of engines that power long-haul aircraft globally, also makes them for smaller aircraft that are crucial to improve connectivity across the South Asian nation, where the surface-transport infrastructure is often considered out of date with the country's rising economic profile. We have offerings in that space — 50 to 60-seater aircraft — but you need a structural manufacturer, and orders from the market. Yes, we can supply engines made in India. Various Indian companies, including the Tata and Mahindra groups, want to bring an aircraft. We are open to partnerships with any of them in order to bring the right thing, " Kishore Jayaraman, President of Rolls-Royce India and South Asia, told ET. "We have offerings in that space — 50 to 60-seater aircraft — but you need a structural manufacturer, and orders from the market. Yes, we can supply engines made in India. Various Indian companies, including the Tata and Mahindra groups, want to bring an aircraft. We are open to partnerships with any of them in order to bring the right thing, " Kishore Jayaraman, President of Rolls-Royce India and South Asia, told ET. Rolls-Royce has sought to provide options to local companies, and a lot of groundwork has been done so far with the relevant companies, he said. Notably, Hindustan Aeronautics (HAL) has plans to build the first 'Made in India' regional civil aircraft by 2020-22 through the public-private partnership (PPP) model. Rolls-Royce and HAL are joint venture partners in a firm that produces various components used in aircraft engines. Jayaraman, however, said that the joint venture with HAL does not bar Rolls-Royce from getting into an agreement with any private company to make regional aircraft in India. "The JV with HAL stands within its own realms. We just have to inform it, like any partner, whenever we plan to enter into an agreement to make small aircraft, " he further said. Alocally made small aircraft would provide a boost to the government's regional connectivity plan, called Ude Desh ke Aam Nagrik (UDAN) that aims to take flying to smaller airports at a subsidised fare of `2, 500 for an hour of flight. The first flight under the scheme will be inaugurated by the Prime Minister in Shimla on April 27, 2017.Jayraman believes that the UDAN programme is based on a sustainable model. "It is very doable, and based on a sustainable model. The plan has been arrived at with a certain degree of competition, and with a reasonable fare that would appeal to the crowd below that of the low-cost airline today. The plan will bridge the gap between no flying and the lowest end of the fare band at low-cost airlines, " he said. Source: The Economic Times24/04/2017
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Development In the branch Aeronautical Engineering and Aircraft Maintenance Engineering as per as the following News. HAL is one of the company where our students are placed and doing internship.FIRST FLIGHT OF INDIGENOUS BASIC TRAINER AIRCRAFT SUCCESSFUL: HAL BENGALURU: The first flight of prototype-two of India's indigenous basic trainer aircraft, Hindustan Turbo Trainer-40 (HTT-40), today was successful, Hindustan Aeronautics Limited announced. The flight took place at the HAL here, the defense public sector unit said. "The second prototype was made ready within one year, and flew for one hour carrying out important manoeuvres, " HAL CMD T Suvarna Raju said. Aimed at being used for the first stage training for all flying cadets of the three services, HTT-40's first prototype had made its 'maiden' flight after much delay on May 31 last year. The 'inaugural' flight was performed in the presence of the then defense minister Manohar Parrikar. HTT-40 programme aims to achieve its operational clearance by 2018, and towards this the company will be manufacturing three prototypes and two static test specimens, the HAL had earlier said. HTT-40 will replace Hindustan Piston Trainer (HPT)- 32 'Deepak' that was being used by the IAF for primary training. The aircraft would be used for basic flight training, aerobatics, instrument flying and close-formation flights, whereas its secondary role would include navigation and night flying. The HTT-40 programme was almost junked during the UPA rule but Parrikar had pushed both the IAF and the HAL to ensure development of the trainer. While the HAL would supply HTT-40 to defense forces, it would be permitted for certain percentage of export, Parrikar had said. The Economic Times20/05/2017www.soaneemrana.orgTel: 88002287020
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The development in Aeronautics is increasing day by day; professionally Aeronautical Engineers are taking very much important role and having very high place, and the development of it gives to itself much kind of Job opportunity, national or international. The following new is showing the new creation of Airbus:AIRBUS SHOWS NEW AIRLINERS THOUGH A330NEO MISSES SHOWAirbus is flying three airliners here, but a fourth that might have been on display remains on the ground at Toulouse. That is the A330neo, whose Trent 7000 engines have only just been dispatched by Rolls-Royce from its Derby, UK factory, many months late. Meanwhile, show visitors will see the A321neo and A350-1000 making airborne debuts. Both types are in the certification flight testing phase. The “flagship” A380 will also be shown, both flying and static.The delayed first flight of the A330neo is now scheduled for the end of the summer, Didier Evrard, head of programs for Airbus Commercial Aircraft, told journalists at a media briefing in Toulouse on June 9. Two prototypes are fully assembled, but won’t have their powerplants fitted until Safran—also at Toulouse—fits nacelles to the Trent 7000s. “Rolls-Royce is a bit late, but their bench-test results are good, ” added Fabrice Bregier, president of Airbus Commercial Aircraft. Airbus now plans to make the first A330neo delivery from Toulouse in mid-2018.Supply chain problems in the A350 program are now under control, although some quality issues remain, according to Bregier. There are now 86 A350-900s in service with 12 operators, and operational reliability has been excellent, he claimed. “We will reach our target of 99 percent by the end of 2017—the fastest time to achieve that standard of any widebody. We are on course to achieve a production rate of 10 per month by the end of 2018, ” he added.The A350-1000 flying here is one of three prototypes now flying. They are close to achieving the planned 1, 000 flight test hours. Those hours have included a cold-weather test campaign in Canada, followed by high-altitude airfield performance tests in Bolivia. Last month, 300 Airbus employees flew as passengers on a long-range test flight that was cabin-crewed by Virgin Atlantic. Evrard said that the overall performance of the A350-1000 is as expected. Bregier said that certification would be achieved by late summer, and first delivery at the end of the year.But there is only one customer—Asiana—for the smaller A350-800. Evrard told AIN that Airbus was discussing alternative options with the carrier, which has ordered eight. As for the projected larger version, dubbed the A350-1100, Evrard said it was “a possibility but not a priority.”Airbus delivered 28 A380s last year, but continues to reduce the production rate of its largest airliner towards just one per month next year. The company believes that this will economically sustain availability until demand for the A380 picks up, early in the next decade. That will happen because traffic continues to grow at a rate that will impact landing and takeoff slots at an increasing number of airports, Evrard said. “There are limits to the point-to-point approach, ” he said, adding that according to Airbus calculations, a carrier can profitably operate the A380even if with only a small fleet.Bregier said that there was “no business case” for an A380neo, but added that fitting winglets was “a good possibility.” He said that the company is now concentrating on promoting cabin innovations for the A380 that will offer up to 80 more seats, and thus achieve “very competitive” seat-mile costs. The gains in capacity come from relocating and redesigning the forward stair (up to 20 seats); adding an aft-galley stair module (14 seats); going to an 11-abreast configuration in economy (23 seats) and nine-abreast in premium economy (11 seats); and removing the sidewall stowage on the upper deck (six seats). Airbus will be explaining the various new A380configurations to potential customers in its pavilion at the end of Chalet Row A here.Airbus has a huge, 5, 500-strong backlog for the A320 family (including more than 5, 000 Neos). New aircraft ordered today cannot be delivered before 2021, Bregier said. The current production rate is 50 per month. Airbus plans to increase this to a record 60 per month by mid-2019. The fourth final assembly line in Hamburg will start soon (the others are in Mobile, Tianjin and Toulouse). According to Evrard, Airbus has made “a huge transformation” in production processes for its narrow-body airliners. But although 116 A320/A321neos have now been delivered to 25 operators, there have been problems with their new-technology engines from alternative suppliers Pratt & Whitney and CFM International. But P& W is solving its PW1000G development issues, and CFM is catching up on LEAP-1A production delays, according to Bregier. When asked about the recent inflight shut-down incident in India, Evrard said the cause was understood, could be fixed, and there were “no certification issues.” The A321neo flying here is fitted with the CFM powerplants.Virtual reality is the big theme of the Airbus pavilion here, this time (Static Display C4). The company promises to “convey an improved experience” of its products by using the latest digital immersive and interactive display technologies. AIN ONLINEPARIS AIR SHOWBy Chris Pocock19/06/2017www.soaneemrana.orgTel: 88002287020
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