Jay Menon

Jay Menon
India Correspondent,
Aviation Week
Articles
India Sets Sights On Heaviest Rocket 
India is working to build its heaviest rocket, capable of ...
India Rolls Out HTT-40 Basic Trainer Prototype 
After steering through initial headwinds, India has finally rolled out the first prototype of its Hindustan Turbo Trainer-40 (HTT-40).
Indian Government Encourages Investment In MRO 
India becomes more aggressive in attracting MRO services, an initiative that is showing promise with Airbus considering building a MRO center in-country.
India, France Plan Joint Mars Mission 
The French space agency CNES signed a letter of intent on Jan. 25 with the Indian Space Research Organization for French participation in what will be India’s second interplanetary space mission.
India Successfully Launches Fifth Navigation Satellite 
India successfully put into orbit its fifth navigation satellite on Jan. 20, inching closer to creating a regional navigation system for supporting terrestrial, aerial and marine systems.
India’s LCA To Take Part In Bahrain Airshow 
For the first time, India’s Light Combat Aircraft (LCA) Tejas flew over foreign airspace to participate in the upcoming Bahrain Airshow, as the country prepares to showcase the indigenous fighter aircraft for international customers.
India, Japan Coast Guards To Boost Ties 
A joint sea exercise between Indian and Japanese coast guards began Jan.15 in the southern Indian city of Chennai, with the goal of enhancing cooperation on anti-piracy operations and search-and-rescue missions.
India Makes Changes To Arms Purchase Policy 
India has formulated new procedures for defense equipment acquisitions, giving top priority to indigenous production.
Air India To Lease 15 Airbus Aircraft To Boost Operations 
Air India will lease up to 15 Airbus A320 aircraft to augment its fleet as it aspires to meet growing travel demand in the country’s highly competitive aviation market.
India Launches New Helo Engine Design 
India’s Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd. plans to develop a new ...
India’s Reliance Defense To Establish Naval Shipyard 
India’s Reliance Defense Ltd. wants to establish a naval ship-building facility in the country at an estimated cost of 50 billion rupees ($748 million).
India To Launch Fifth Navigation Satellite On Jan. 20 
India will launch its fifth navigation satellite later this month, moving the country closer to establishing its regional navigation system.
India Plans Heavy Launch Schedule In 2016  1
A top priority for the Indian space agency is to complete the launch of its seven-satellite regional navigation constellation.
India To Shift Toward Launching Bigger Space Missions In 2016 
As India moves into the new year, it plans a shift toward launching bigger space missions ranging from larger satellites aboard heavy-lift launchers to improved Earth observation spacecraft.
Indian Navy Tests Barak 8 
For the first time, the Indian navy has test-fired the Barak 8 long range surface to air missile (LRSAM) from an Indian warship.
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