Monthly Archives: January 2018

Walk-in to be a GoAir cabin crew

January 31, 2018

GoAir is conducting walk-in interviews throughout this month at selected Indian cities to hire cabin crew for A320 aircraft. As per the career page of the airlines website, these are the eligibility requirements: I. Gender, Nationality & Age: Female Indian nationals, with Indian Passport, between 18 to 27 Years of age. II. Educational Qualification...

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Aircraft Maintenance Engineers at Pawan Hans

January 31, 2018

Pawan Hans Limited,  a Central Public Sector Enterprise and India’s largest Helicopter Company,  is now recruiting Aircraft Maintenance Engineers in Avionics stream to appoint on contract basis. AMEs holding License with endorsement in E, I, R category on at least on two types of helicopters operated by PHL (Dauphin-N/N3, AS350-B3, Bell-206-L4, Bell-407, Mi-172 & ALH...

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SpiceJet walk-ins at Indian cities until March end to select flight attendants

January 31, 2018

Walk-in interviews to select female cabin crew fro SpiceJet is now being conducted allover India by the airline. The interviews that started on December 27, 2017 are to last until March 30, 2018. City Date Time Venue Mumbai 02-Feb-18 10am – 02pm Holiday Inn  Sakinaka Junction, Andheri Kurla Road, Andheri East, Mumbai – 400072....

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India records maximum number of women pilots in the world, says MoS Jayant Sinha

January 31, 2018

Minister of State for Civil Aviation Jayant Sinha on Tuesday said that India recently recorded the maximum number of women pilots in the world. “India is the country with the maximum number of women pilots in the world, be it in Air India or Indian Air Force. This is a testimony of the contribution...

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Skill varsities for aerospace sector on cards

January 20, 2018

Bengaluru: The Union government is planning to start skill universities, which will be opened by the private sector under the Public Private Participation (PPP) model, Union Minister of State for Skill Development and Entrepreneurship Anantkumar Hegde said on Friday. He was delivering the keynote address at a seminar organised by the Bangalore Chamber of...

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FIR lodged against director, accountant of flying academy in Amethi

January 15, 2018

Lucknow: Set up by former Prime Minister in 1985, the flying academy located in Amethi district seems to have landed in trouble. A commercial pilot license aspirant who took admission in the academy in 2015 has lodged an FIR against its director, accountant and other staff members. Registered at Fursatganj police station on Friday...

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Training at Thiruvananthapuram flying academy to be further delayed

January 15, 2018

Thiruvananthapuram: New Year plans to resume flying training at Rajiv Gandhi Academy for Aviation Technology (RAGAAT) will not become a reality. The academy staff had planned to begin the flying training from first week of January, but, the training is likely to begin from next month only. The delay in obtaining airport entry permit...

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AirAsia India cautions job-seekers against fraud

January 14, 2018

Bengaluru: After a few fraudulent job emails in its name surfaced, AirAsia India has cautioned job-seekers against “certain recruitment agencies” attempting to mislead people by fictitiously posing as employees of the budget carrier. Some aspiring crew officials recently received emails in the name of “AirAsia Airlines Limited”, which said the company has “selected their...

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‘No discrimination with women pilots’

January 12, 2018

Harpreet A De Singh is the president of the Indian Women Pilots Association (IWPA), a registered charitable trust which celebrated its 50th anniversary recently. The motto of an IWPA event held in the Capital was “Bharatiya Nari Ki Udan Shakti”. IWPA has been helping women who want to pursue a career in aviation and...

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Hard to train people from village schools, says IndiGo chief Aditya Ghosh

January 4, 2018

IndiGo president Aditya Ghosh has told a Parliamentary panel that young people in India did not have the talent required to work in a consumer-facing industry and people hired from “mohalla/village schools” could not be trained to speak fluent English in four or five weeks. He made this assertion before the Standing Committee on...

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