Month: August 2015

Civil Aviation Policy of India

What to expect from Civil Aviation Policy of India Air Travel is the safest and the fastest mode of travel in the world. Aviation industry has been very fluctuating since its inception. The last decade was a nightmare for everyone who belongs to this niche sector. Every airline was bearing huge loss except for Indigo Airlines (proud moment) and to make the matter worst Kingfisher Airline was declared bankrupted. On the other Air India was sucking huge sum of tax payer’s money. The scenario has been changed and lot of good news is coming again from all the corners....

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Human-Powered Helicopter- Beautiful Engineering

the AeroVelo Atlas Human-Powered Helicopter captured the long standing AHS Sikorsky Prize with a flight lasting 64.1 seconds and reaching an altitude of 3.3 metres. Visit for more details. The competition was initially opened in 1980, and over the course of the 33 years that followed, dozens of teams from around the world pushed the limits of existing technology in pursuit of this once-thought-to-be impossible goal. This video is a compilation of footage from the record flight, as well as previous test flights. For uncut videos and official documentation of the record flight visit and the AeroVelo YouTube Channel. Original Music by Nick Martel, Dan Gauthier and Ray Balberman Footage by AeroVelo and Martin Turner of...

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Facts about Indian Air Force

Facts about Indian Air Force The most vital parameter for any country to show his power index is its Defence.USA spends Approximately 600 billion dollars on its defense. Defence mechanism has changed a lot in this nuclear era. Gone are the days when soldiers used to engaged in man to man terrestrial combat, now the most important pillar of any defense is Air Force. Now the power is defined by number of bomber aircrafts, helicopters, troop carrier etc. Today, on this auspicious day of Indian Independence (15th August), we will highlight some lesser known facts about Indian air force...

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