Month: July 2009

Australia to tighten screws on migration agents

Melbourne: Australia on Tuesday promised a zero tolerance approach on dealing with alleged migration and education scams after a TV channel expose claimed that many foreign students, including Indians, were being “duped” of thousands of dollars by dubious agents and…

Jet to retire all expat pilots by fiscal-end

Faced with huge losses in the first quarter, the country’s largest private carrier by market value, Jet Airways will complete the process of replacing expat pilots with Indian pilots by the end of the current fiscal.Last November, Jet had discontinued…

Attack over flying school

The Indian consul general in Sydney has slammed Australian education authorities for their slow response to complaints from Indian students against a flying school caught out using under-qualified instructors.The education watchdog has threatened to deregister Aerospace Aviation at Bankstown in…

AirPloyment, LLC Launches Its Resume Services

Rochester, MN: AirPloyment.com launched its Aviation Resume Services for Aviation professionals. Focusing primarily on the Indian and American Aviation markets, this new service allows AirPloyment users to submit their resume to be distributed in a resume book worldwide. “It is…