Monthly Archives: April 2018


SpiceJet Cabin Crew walk-in until June 29

April 25, 2018

SpiceJet is now conducting walk-in interviews to select female cabin crew at various locations until June 29, 2018. Job Description Taking care of the safety and security of the passengers on board the flights and serve them. Educational & Professional Requirements Must have passed 10+2 from a recognized Board or University. Eligibility Criteria Age:...

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These women fighter pilots are flying the tricolour high

April 18, 2018

“Being a fighter pilot is not inherited is not gifted, I earned it with my own blood, sweat and tears,” says Avani Chaturvedi, first solo women fighter pilot of India, where gender stereotype could not keep women away from taking the lead in frontline. Contrary to male dominance society, Chaturvedi was given wings to...

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Air India recruits experienced and trainee cabin crew

April 17, 2018

Air India Limited is now looking for experienced and trainee cabin crew to be appointed on fixed term contractual engagement basis, for period of 05 years and to maintain a wait list for future requirements. Online registration of application will be open up to  2nd May 2018. Total Vacancies: 295 (Male – 86, Female –...

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MoU inked to pave way for establishment of aeronautical engineering college in Patiala

April 17, 2018

Chandigarh: A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed on Tuesday in the presence of Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh to pave the way for the establishment of Punjab State Aeronautical Engineering College (PSAEC) in Patiala. The MoU, signed between Maharaja Ranjit Singh Punjab Technical University (MRSPTU), Bathinda and Punjab State Civil Aviation Council (PSCAC),...

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Indian pilots soar high: Over 60 flying the world’s largest commercial plane A-380

April 16, 2018

New Delhi: o Indian airline has the world’s largest commercial airliner – Airbus A-380 – but over 60 desi pilots are flying the mega plane in the fleets of foreign carriers. While airlines rarely disclose nationality-wise break-up of their cockpit crew, a few airlines operating the A-380 have said highly professional Indian pilots are...

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Startups on recruit list as govt seeks new defence tech push

April 9, 2018

India’s armed forces face several limitations in the ability to maintain what defence strategists refer to as “operational readiness”. The general consensus among experts is that these constraints arise not from a lack of spirit but a shortage of high-tech military hardware. The consensus is also that public sector research and development organisations, including...

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Test for pilots to go online from August

April 5, 2018

India’s aviation regulator has decided to conduct examinations for pilots and engineers online and increase the frequency of qualifying tests to ensure availability of skilled workforce in the world’s fastest-growing aviation market. In the case of pilots, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) will now conduct tests monthly instead of quarterly, a senior...

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