Monthly Archives: September 2009

AME Licence Exams on October 6 & 7

September 30, 2009

DGCA has published the schedule of AME Licence Examination October 2009 session. The exams are being conducted on 6th and 7th October 2009. See the schedule here.The roll numbers of admitted candidates also is published at the DGCA site. Admitted List: Mumbai New Delhi Others Rejected Candidates List: List1 List2 The examination of students...

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Pilot Training Institute at Tiruchirappalli

September 30, 2009

Tiruchirapalli: A pilot training institute will be established at the International Airport here soon, according to V K N Kannappan, promoter of the institute here today.Airport Authority of India (AAI) had allotted 10,000 sq ft area in the airport premises for starting the academy by VKN Aviation Academy (VAA), he told PTI.VAA had acquired...

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Students accuse private aviation institute of defrauding

September 28, 2009

Jaipur: The students of a private institute has lodged an FIR against its owner on charges of fraud. The institute, Flying Careers India, which offers courses for career in the aviation industry is situated at Hanuman Nagar in Vaishali Nagar area of the city. The four students, who have approached the police, claimed that...

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CIAL aviation academy inaugurated

September 26, 2009

Kochi: The Cochin International Airport Ltd (CIAL), which has earned the reputation of being a model airport in the country, has crossed another important milestone by launching an academy in the aviation sector, said Chief Minister V S Achuthanandan here on Friday.He was inaugurating the CIAL Academy, a subsidiary of the CIAL offering full-time...

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Pilot Licence Examination results published

September 26, 2009

DGCA has published the results of Pilot Licence Examination (with ALTP) July 2009 session.The last date of submission of duly completed application form for ATPL category of PIlot Licence Written Examination October 2009 session is October 2009. The examination dates (tentative) are 17, 18 and 19 October 2009.Download the results here.25/06/09 DGCA

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174 Indian pilots get jobs meant for foreign ones

September 25, 2009

Mumbai: DGCA has found in its records that 174 Indian pilots have been recruited by airlines, chartered operators and flying academies under the provisions of Foreign Aircrew Temporary Authorisation (FATA), meant only for recruiting foreign pilots.The FATA application forms issued by the DGCA under Civil Aviation Requirements (CAR), Series G, asks for details like...

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Pilots from dubious foreign schools, expats under scanner

September 25, 2009

New Delhi: The government has started a twin-pronged quality-check programme for pilots before certifying them fit to be in cockpits. Both fresh Indian pilots coming from flying schools abroad with dubious track record and foreign pilots are candidates for this quality check.There had been reports that some flying schools abroad allegedly indulge in malpractices...

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Pilot computer numbers allotted

September 18, 2009

DGCA has published the list of allotted pilot computer numbers (September 2009).Application for written examination will only be accepted from those applicants, who fullfil the requirements mentioned in the CAR section 7, series B, Part-1, Rev.2, Dated – 07Aug 2006. Applicant shall read the Series B, Section 7 of Civil Aviation Requirements (CAR) prior...

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All flunk pilot licence exam

September 15, 2009

Mumbai: The results of the Commercial Pilot Licence (CPL) exam, which was held in July, were recently declared and much to the students’ surprise– rather shock–they found that all those, who had attempted two subjects in the technical category, had failed.The zero percent pass rate in two subjects is probably a first for the...

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Madras Flying Club celebrates 80; annual subsidy from govt could increase

September 14, 2009

Chennai: The Madras Flying Club was set up thanks to the initiative of pilot G Vlasto, who called for a meeting at Madras Guards Institute in Poonamallee High Road in 1929. It was formally inaugurated by the then governor of Madras, Sir George Frederick Stanley, on August 20, 1930. Lady Beatrix Stanley, who witnessed...

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