Monthly Archives: May 2018


AirAsia India Announces Recruitment Drive for Cabin Crew

May 29, 2018

Bengaluru: AirAsia India today announced their recruitment drive for Cabin Crew. Enthusiastic candidates from across India can be a part of the drive, which will take place in Bengaluru on 9 June. AirAsia India plans to grow its family of Allstars as the airline gears up for rapid expansion. Talent acquisition and training have...

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Want to fly high? Do it right in your home town

May 29, 2018

Jamshedpur: Aspiring pilots of Jamshedpur would no longer have to go to metros for a commercial pilot’s licence. On Monday, flying training institution Alchemist Aviation, which operates out of the Sonari Airport, received the certificate of approval from Director-General of Ci: vil Aviation (DGCA) to conduct flying courses. This development makes Alchemist Aviation the...

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AirAsia India Announces Recruitment Drive for Cabin Crew

May 29, 2018

Bengaluru: AirAsia India today announced their recruitment drive for Cabin Crew. Enthusiastic candidates from across India can be a part of the drive, which will take place in Bengaluru on 9 June. AirAsia India plans to grow its family of Allstars as the airline gears up for rapid expansion. Talent acquisition and training have...

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IndiGo to hire trainee pilots for A320s from IGRUA

May 26, 2018

In a first for the government-run flying training academy IGRUA in Uttar Pradesh’s Amethi district, private budget carrier IndiGo will recruit pilots for its fleet of Airbus 320 planes. Traditionally, trained pilots from the Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Uran Akademi (IGRUA), an autonomous body under the Civil Aviation Ministry established in 1985, get jobs at...

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Aircraft maintenance engineering courses at IET Bhaddal soon

May 24, 2018

Ropar: The IET Bhaddal management at Ropar has decided to start aircraft maintenance engineering courses in coming days. Campus director JS Kanwar said the talks in this regard were in final stages with the Director General of Civil Aviation and in the second phase, a commercial pilot training school will also be run by...

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Kannur airport issues alert on job racket

May 19, 2018

Thiruvananthapuram: With job rackets mushrooming to fleece candidates eyeing jobs at Kannur airport, the Kannur International Airport Limited (KIAL) has repeatedly cautioned public not to fall prey to racketeers. With the airport project nearing commissioning, recruitment to the airport as well as allied agencies are taking place. Up to 1,000 direct and indirect jobs...

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Airline jobs in India: AirAsia is hiring! 3-fold rise in headcount targetted

May 18, 2018

AirAsia India on Thursday said it has increased its workforce to 2,000, as the no-frills carrier is set to spread its wings overseas from later this year. Talent recruitment has been one of the key focus areas for the airline since last year, and it will continue to grow to gear up for rapid...

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Air India Engineering Services recruits Trainee Tradesmen and Assistant Supervisor

May 8, 2018

Air India Engineering Services Limited (AIESL), a wholly owned subsidiary of Air India is now conducting walk-in inteviews to fill various vacancies at MRO, Thiruvananthapuram on a fixed term contract for an initial period of five years; subject to further extension based on the Company’s requirement. No:of Vacancies Trainee Tradesmen: Р26 (UR-13, OBC-7,...

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Jobs in Civil Aviation: An overview

May 8, 2018

The airports authority of India (AAI) manages a total of 125 airports (excluding the five privatized airports at Bengaluru, Cochin, Hyderabad, Mumbai, and Delhi), which include 11 international airports, 81 domestic airports, 25 civil enclaves at defence airfields and eight customs airports.A part from these airports, according to an article on dnaindia.com, AAI is...

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20-yr legal battle for pilot licence pays off

May 6, 2018

Chandigarh: It took an aspiring pilot over 20 years to get a commercial pilot licence (CPL), that too after fighting a sustained legal battle. In the meantime, the Kansal resident studied law to become a lawyer as he did not have enough funds to bear the charges of a good lawyer. As he was...

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