Archive for August, 2010

Please come together and stand by this Organization

Letter to the Editor Greetings from Kanpur. At the outset, please accept and convey our Heartiest Congratulations and unstinted support to the entire team of IATA AGENTS ASSOCIATION OF INDIA both at the National and Regional level for their untiring efforts, sincerity and dedication in fighting for...

August 16th, 2010 | Letters | Read More

IAF’s pilot selection process gets high-tech and ‘accurate’

New Delhi: The Indian Air Force (IAF) is making use of computerized mechanism developed by India’s defence scientists to ‘accurately’ evaluates the multi-tasking qualities of a pilot candidate, like psychomotor, information processing, coordination and visualisation skills, said Manas K. Mandal,...

August 16th, 2010 | Career | Read More

Salem airport an ideal training centre

A Deccan plane on Salem airport runway Salem: Salem airport is emerging as an ideal training centre for commercial pilots. Two leading academies have already begun preliminary operations of training their candidates. The two academies – Southern Pilot Training Academy, Salem in association with a...

August 16th, 2010 | Career | Read More

Air India go back on recruitment drive

NACIL, which owns Air India (AI), had invited applications for recruiting 40 type-rated copilots to fly the Boeing-737s only to cancel the same after a few days. The company has now posted a terse letter on Air India website saying the advertisement had been cancelled and hence no cognisance shall be...

August 16th, 2010 | Career | Read More

The Month This Far for The Flying Birds

Airlines News Round-up for first 10 days of the month Air India August 10: Faced with rising maintenance costs and a delay in delivery of aircraft, state-run Air India is looking to lease out six of its large Boeing 777 aircraft as well as hire at least 10 midsize Airbus A330 planes. August 09: Bangalore:...

August 16th, 2010 | News | Read More

Flying out in to the limitless sky

Convocation of Speedwings Aviation Academy held on 30th July Mr. Sunil Chopra lighting the Pedestal Lamp the traditional way surrounded by Mr. Biji Eapen, Mr. Sunil Kishen, Mr. Gurjit Gill and Mr. Jakannathan Kochi: The 29th Convocation Ceremony of Speedwings Aviation Academy was held at Hotel International,...

August 16th, 2010 | Career | Read More

Coast Guard recruiting commercial pilots

Chennai: Coast Guard has started recruiting commercial pilot licenceholders to fly its aircraft on a shortterm contract basis. Earlier, Coast Guard used to induct them for permanent posts. The requirement is because Coast Guard is to acquire 12 Dornier planes, three singleengine helicopters and a few...

August 16th, 2010 | Career | Read More

DGCA gets tough with institutes

Mumbai: Civil Aviation Minister Praful Patel has directed the DGCA to audit all engineering, flight and crew training institutes. Authorities will finalise new rules on pilots’ flight duty and rest periods A team of DGCA officials and experts will be set up to this end. The team will assess and approve...

August 16th, 2010 | Career | Read More

Air India Express recruits Flight Attendants

Air India Express, the budget arm of NACIL is now looking for Flight Attendants. In a notification dated July 29, the Air India Charters Ltd invites application from both female & male candidates aged 18-24 to fill up 69 vaccancies in Kozhikode / Kochi / Thiruvananthapuram / other Air India Express...

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Nagpur flying club to offer cheapest training

Nagpur: The Nagpur flying club will offer flying training to trainee pilots for Rs 6500 per hour, claimed to be the cheapest in the country in central India.Indore in Madhya Pradesh and neighboring Gondia district also have flying institutes but offer training at much higher price. Established by a group...

August 16th, 2010 | Career | Read More
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