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Saturday, 28 December 2013

Job Profile in Aviation Industry:





Mechanic
AirCam Helicopters Inc
Englewood, CO 
United States

Salary Annual: USD
From: $50,000.00 To: $70,000.00
AirCam is looking for 2 helicopter experienced mechanics.

Job is mainly shop work for our own and customer based equipment. Occasional travel involved usually 1-3 days. Less than 10% of total time away from home.

Experience with Bell and Eurocopter needed. Better if have AS350/355 and BH 206/212/412.

Prefer someone with 5-10 years of field experience.

Potential for "lead" position based upon experience.

$$$$ negotiable based on experience.

Location KAPA-Denver Centennial Airport

This is a full time long term position (not seasonal).




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Wednesday, 25 December 2013

Demand for Aviation Training Shoots Up



Demand for Aviation Training  Shoots Up

Youngsters in the city are pursuing dreams of finding jobs in the aviation sector.

Besides Jobs as  air hostesses and  In-cabin crew, the young boys and girls are looking for ways to find jobs as ground staff.

Sources said aviation and hospitality training institutes are flooded with applications from youths belonging to various economic sections.




Sources said once international operations start here, various airlines would require about 80-100 additional ground staff, who will be mainly engaged as guest relations executives, ticketing and security managers besides other ground duties. As far as in-flight staff is concerned, an estimated 30-40 personnel would be required.



Biju Patnaik Airport received international status on October 30.


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Senate Passes Budget Package, Exit Lane Provision


The Senate Wednesday afternoon approved the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2013 and a key provision requiring TSA to continue staffing exit lanes at the 155 airports at which it performed those duties on Dec. 1, 2013. The House approved the measure last week, so the measure will now be sent to the President for his signature into law.


AAAE President and CEO Todd Hauptli released the following statement after Senate passage of the budget package, noting the work of airports and of Sen. Patty Murray (D-Wash.) and other members of Congress in overturning TSA's exit lane staffing proposal:

"AAAE

and airports are grateful that the Congress has stepped in to reverse a troubling plan by TSA to shift exit lane staffing responsibilities and costs from the agency to airport operators. The ill-conceived proposal, which was clearly driven by nothing more than a desire to shift costs to industry, raised significant security, policy, and operational concerns for airports, airlines, and the traveling public. We want to recognize Senator Murray for her determined leadership on this issue and the numerous other members of Congress who made efforts over the course of the year to question TSA on the implications of moving forward with its plan. Passage of the bipartisan budget bill and the exit lane staffing requirement is a victory for airports and for common sense."



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Friday, 13 December 2013

Spicejet allots 1.5 cr equity shares to Kalanithi Maran




Indian Aviaiation News


Spicejet Ltd has announced that the Company on November 30, 2013 has allotted 15,000,000 (Fifteen Million) equity shares of Rs. 10 each, to Mr. Kalanithi Maran, Promoter of the Company, pursuant to exercise of conversion right attached to 15,000,000 (Fifteen Million) Warrants issued on preferential basis, at an issue price of Rs. 36.18 per equity share, in accordance with the SEBI (Issue of Capital and Disclosure Requirements) Regulations, 2009. 

Jet fuel price increase by marginal 0.8%

Jet fuel or ATF prices were  hiked by a marginal 0.8% in step with rise in import cost, according to reports. Report said that this move follows a steep 4.5 per cent cut last month. ATF price at Delhi was hiked by Rs. 597.48 per kl, or 0.8 per cent, to Rs. 74,204.74 per kl,  report said. In Mumbai,  jet fuel costs Rs. 76,658.27 per klas against Rs. 76,035.89 per kl previously. The three fuel retailers -- IOC, Hindustan Petroleum and Bharat Petroleum -- revise jet fuel prices on the 1st of every month.





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Monday, 9 December 2013

Growth and Development in Avaiation Industry



Even though the sector has grown significantly in the last decade, the industry is presently going through a severe economic crisis.

India Poised to be third biggest aviation market by 2020: Ajit Singh Addressing the members of Consultative Committee for the Ministry of Civil  Aviation in Panjim, Goa, Minister of Civil Aviation, Ajit Singh said that India is poised to be the third biggest aviation market in the world by 2020. He also 
expressed the hope that as per growth projections the air passenger traffic is estimated to double by 2019-20.

Following is the text of the opening remarks made by the Minister of Civil  Aviation Ajit Singh: “India is the 9th largest aviation market in the world and is poised to be the 3rd biggest by 2020. Indian aviation market witnessed rapid growth in the decade ending 2012-13. Air traffic passenger throughput at Indian airports recorded a CAGR of 13.8 % during the current decade. However, recently there has been a slowdown with Passenger throughput at Indian airports declining to 159.40 million in 2012-13 from 162.30 million in 2011-12, showing a negative growth of 1.8%. Nevertheless, the passenger traffic has picked up again in the second quarter of the current year. As per growth projections the air passenger traffic is estimated to double by 2019-20.





Even though the sector has grown significantly in the last decade, the industry is 

presently going through a severe economic crisis. The Airline industry combined 

reported estimated losses of Rs. 9771 crores and a debt of Rs. 85,865 crores in 

the FY 2012-13. The spiralling cost of ATF, economic slow-down, devaluation of 

rupee, low yield, high operational costs and the consequent widening gap between 

revenue and expenditure contributed to this financial crisis. The flawed 

perception that flying is the rich men preserve has resulted in the civil aviation 

sector bearing the burden of high tax regime.

The Central Government has taken many initiatives to lessen the stress in the 

sector and revive it. These include opening up of FDI by airlines up to 49%, 

permission to import ATF directly by the airlines, approval of TAP/FRP of Air 

India and a more liberalized policy regime. A decision to permit foreign carriers 

to invest in the airline industry in India (upto 49%) has already resulted in 3 

major investment proposals getting fructified. These investments along with the 

adoption of international best practices in Management and technology in the 

airline industry are expected to lay the foundations of a sound turnaround of the 

aviation industry in India.


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Wednesday, 20 November 2013

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Thursday, 31 October 2013

Sky’s the limit for Women in Aviation Industry





  
Zosa, who is training to be an airline Pilot, says ‘there is room for everyone aspiring to be in aviation and gender is not an issue anymore.’

MANILA, Philippines - A woman in a man’s world? If you think that the aviation industry is a man’s world, think again.


The Asia-Pacific aviation industry is set to take off in the next 20 years due to the rise in the number of low-cost carriers (LCC) throughout the world and demand for Pilots is expected to soar to approximately 183,000 in the region alone.
Alpha Aviation Group Philippines chief operating officer Kunal Sharma said the Airbus A320 is projected to account for majority of trainings and travels, with 34 percent of all deliveries to originate from the Asia-Pacific region.


 Sharma said “With the optimistic outlook and growth, there is a lot of room for everyone aspiring to be in aviation and gender is not even a question. What’s important is he or she does the job well and airline operations are running smoothly.”
History will tell us that women have also been flying high as men do, literally. Women’s passion, determination, and can-do attitude have propelled them to reach their dreams to see the world from a different perspective.
American Lillian Todd was the first woman to build and design an aircraft in 1906. French Pilots Therese Peltier became the first woman to Pilot an aircraft in 1908 while Raymonde de Laroche was the first woman in the world to receive a Pilot license. Indeed, the sky’s the limit for women in the aviation industry.

Maria Anna Karenina Zosa, an Airbus A320 First Officer Transition training graduate from Alpha Aviation Group Philippines, said gender is not an issue in the aviation industry particularly in becoming a Pilot.
Zosa said “I don’t think that gender is an issue in achieving success as a Pilot. Airplanes and airports have always been a big part of my life because my father is also a Pilot. I can’t imagine not being a part of the aviation industry. Knowing that I’m already part of this industry and a company that gets people to places safely is the best part of my career.”

Zosa, who is now a limited first officer (LFO), has been using the skills she acquired from her training at AAG Philippines, the leading training academy in the country with a comprehensive suite of airline-standard training programs.
When Zosa was still a student, she found training to be a shock at first as being in the cockpit thousands of miles up in the air while minding safety measures are great responsibilities that you have to handle.
Zosa said “I was trained in a Cessna 152 and a Cessna 172 plane, and I didn’t have that much experience yet so it was a big jump for me.”
She expressed that her training was not a breeze so she gives credit to her instructors at AAG Philippines for extending their patience during times she found lessons difficult to understand.
She added that “If you really love what you’re doing, you can overcome all challenges.”
According to her, those who hate a routine job would enjoy being a Pilot as you adjust to new teammates and crew members every time.
She explained “I had to adjust to everyone I fly with since I rarely get to be with the same crew every day. During training at AAG, I was shocked at how fast-paced everything was. Everything was a challenge since many aspects of a flight are not predictable. But I trusted in the skills of my instructors so I knew I was in good hands,”
Zosa started training in AAG Philippines in February 2009 and graduated in November of 2011. After completing training in the academy, she underwent training with a local airline company.
“At first, we flew as observers of flights for at least 30 sectors so we could get an overview of how a flight operates.  Then we started our supervised line flying,” she said.
As a limited flight officer, Zosa assists the captain in all aspects of a flight, including pre-flight preparations and paperwork, to ensure the safety of everyone onboard the aircraft.
She said “Looking presentable is essential. Once I get to the airport or office, I report to my captain and I make sure all things necessary for the flight are prepared. We then go to the aircraft and do the flight. Once we get back to base, I make sure all reports and paper works are done.”
According to Zosa, she hopes to master everything that needs to be mastered in flying an aircraft.
She said “Once I’ve accomplished these skills and the amount of flying hours, I’ll apply and become a captain,”

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Saturday, 26 October 2013

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Thursday, 24 October 2013

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Wednesday, 9 October 2013

List of Airlines of Europe




Albania

: List of Airlines of Albania
Belle Air
 Andorra

Andorra has three Airports that are used by helicopters, but no Airports are suitable for fixed-wing aircraft.
Heliand
Helitrans
 Armenia





: List of Airlines of Armenia
 Austria

: List of Airlines of Austria
 Azerbaijan

: List of Airlines of Azerbaijan
 Belarus

: List of Airlines of Belarus
 Belgium

: List of Airlines of Belgium
Abelag Aviation
Brussels Airlines
Jetairfly
Thomas Cook Airlines
TNT Airways
VLM Airlines
 Bosnia and Herzegovina

: List of Airlines of Bosnia and Herzegovina
B&H Airlines
Icar Air
Spirit of Balkan
 Bulgaria

: List of Airlines of Bulgaria


Bulgaria air Airbus A319
 Croatia

: List of Airlines of Croatia
Croatia Airlines
European Coastal Airlines
Trade Air
 Cyprus

Cyprus Airways
FOS Logistics
 Czech Republic



CSA Airbus A310
ABS Jets
Central Connect Airlines
Czech Airlines
Grossmann Jet Service
Smart Wings
Travel Service
Van Air Europe
 Denmark

For Danish territories with home rule, see Faroe Islands and Greenland.


SAS Airbus A340-300
Air Alsie
Copenhagen Air Taxi
DAT Danish Air Transport
Jettime
Scandinavian Airlines System
Star Air
Sun Air of Scandinavia
Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavia
 Estonia



Estonian Air Boeing 737-500
Airest
Avies
Enimex
Estonian Air
JP Air
Panaviatic
 Faroe Islands

: List of Airlines of the Faroe Islands
Atlantic Airways
 Finland

: List of Airlines of Finland
Air100
Air Åland
Air Finland
Blue1
Finnair
Flybe Nordic
Turku Air
Wingo xprs
 France

: List of Airlines of France
For DOMs/TOMs, see the sections for French Guiana, French Polynesia, Guadeloupe, New Caledonia, Réunion, Saint-Pierre and Miquelon.
 Georgia

: List of Airlines of Georgia (country)
 Germany

: List of Airlines of Germany
 Greece

: List of Airlines of Greece
 Greenland

: List of Airlines of Greenland
Air Greenland
 Hungary

: List of Airlines of Hungary
Budapest Aircraft Service
CityLine Hungary
Farnair Hungary
Travel Service
Wizz Air
Sólyom Hungarian Airways
 Iceland

: List of Airlines of Iceland
Air Atlanta Icelandic
Air Iceland
Bluebird Cargo
Eagle Air
Icelandair
Primera Air
WOW air
 Ireland

: List of Airlines of the Republic of Ireland


Aer Lingus Airbus A321
Aer Arann
Aer Lingus
AerVenture
Air Contractors
Aviajet
CityJet
ExpressJet Europe
Go-Air
Nex Aviation
Ryanair
Starair
 Italy

: List of Airlines of Italy
 Kosovo

: List of Airlines of Kosovo
Kosova Airlines
Air Prishtina
 Latvia

: List of Airlines of Latvia


Air Baltic Boeing 737
AirBaltic
Inversija
RAF-Avia
SmartLynx Airlines
 Lithuania

: List of Airlines of Lithuania
Air Lituanica
Aurela
Aviavilsa
Avion Express
DOT LT
Small Planet Airlines
 Luxembourg

: List of Airlines of Luxembourg


Cargolux Boeing 747-400F
Cargolux
Global Jet Luxembourg
Luxair
Luxaviation
West Air Luxembourg
 Macedonia

: List of Airlines of Macedonia
Aeromak
 Malta

: List of Airlines of Malta
Air Malta
European 2000 Airlines
Medavia
efly
 Moldova

: List of Airlines of Moldova
Air Moldova
Moldavian Airlines
Nobil Air
Tandem Aero
 Monaco

: List of Airlines of Monaco
Heli Air Monaco
 Montenegro

: List of Airlines of Montenegro
Di Air
Montenegro Airlines
OKI Air International
Vektra Aviation
 Nagorno-Karabakh Republic

: List of Airlines of the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic
Artsakh Air
 Netherlands

: List of Airlines of the Netherlands


KLM Boeing 767
Arkefly
Denim Air
KLM
KLM Cargo
KLM Cityhopper
Martinair
North Sea Airways
Transavia
 Norway

: List of Airlines of Norway


SAS Braathens Boeing 737-600
Air Norway
Bergen Air Transport
Bristow Norway
CHC Helikopter Service
Fonnafly
Helitrans
Hesnes air
Krohn Air
Lufttransport
Norsk Luftambulanse
Norwegian Air Shuttle
Scandinavian Airlines System (SAS)
Sundt Air
Widerøe
Svalbard
: List of Airlines of Svalbard
 Poland

: List of Airlines of Poland


LOT Boeing 737-500
Ad Astra Executive Charter
Aerogryf
Bingo Airways
Blue Jet (former Jet Service)
Enter Air
EuroLOT
Exin
FlyJet
General Aviation Services
IBEX
LOT Charters
LOT Polish Airlines
SkyTaxi
Small Planet Airlines (former FlyLAL Charters Polska)
Sprint Air (former Air Polonia Cargo, Sky Express, Direct Fly, Sky Carrier)
 Portugal

: List of Airlines of Portugal


TAP Airbus A330-200
EuroAtlantic Airways
Hifly
Lusitania Airways
Masterjet
NetJets Europe
PGA Express
Portugália
SATA Air Açores
SATA International
TAP Portugal
White
 Romania

: List of Airlines of Romania


Tarom Airbus A310-300
Air Bucharest
Alfa Air
Blue Air
Carpatair
Eurojet Romania
Regional Air Services
TAROM
Ten Airways
Ţiriac Air
 Russia

: List of Airlines of Russia
 Serbia

: List of Airlines of Serbia
: List of Airlines of Slovakia
Air Serbia
Jat Airways
 Slovakia

: List of Airlines of Slovakia
Aero Slovakia
Air Explore
Air Transport Europe
DanubeWings
OPERA JET
Slovak Government Flying Service
Travel Service (Slovakia)
 Slovenia

: List of Airlines of Slovenia
Adria Airways
Solinair
Linxair
 Spain

: List of Airlines of Spain
 Sweden

: List of Airlines of Sweden
Amapola Flyg
Barents AirLink
Blekingeflyg
Direktflyg
Golden Air
Gotlandsflyg
International Business Air
Kalmarflyg
Kullaflyg
Malmö Aviation
Nextjet
Norrslandsflyg
Novair
Scandinavian Airlines
Scandjet
Skyways Regional
Snålskjuten
Stockholmsplanet
Sundsvallsflyg
TUIfly Nordic
WaltAir Europe
West Air Sweden
  Switzerland

: List of Airlines of Switzerland


Swiss Airbus A319, A320 and A330
Air Glaciers
Air Prishtina
Belair
Club Airways International











Comlux Aviation
Darwin Airline
easyJet Switzerland
Edelweiss Air
Farnair Switzerland
Flybaboo
Heliswiss
Hello
Helvetic Airways
Jet Aviation
Jetclub
Ju-Air
Lions Air
PremiumAir
PrivatAir
Sky Work Airlines
Swiss European Air Lines
Swiss International Air Lines
Swiss Sun
Zimex Aviation