Deccan outsources cabin crew

Mumbai: Air hostess schools to pay airline for in-flight training. Air Deccan will now outsource cabin crew from training institutes and get paid for it in the bargain.“We are in talks with cabin crew training institutes and are likely to…

Centre may nix AP's aviation varsity plan

Hyderabad: The Andhra Pradesh government’s plans to set up an aviation university at the Rajiv Gandhi International Airport in Begumpet may not take off.Instead, the ministry of civil aviation (MoCA) may give the go-ahead to the Airports Authority of India…

Pilot training facilities to be revamped

Mumbai: The central government has decided to revamp and upgrade its pilot training institute, the Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Uran Academy (IGRUA), to overcome shortage of pilots in the country.“The government is soon going to invite major global aviation players in…

China needs over 10,000 pilots

Chinese airlines will need an additional 10,000 airline pilots over the next five years, and the figure expected to reach 18,000 by 2015, said a senior official of the General Administration of Civil Aviation of China (CAAC).Many Chinese airlines have…

Qantas sends 300 jobs to India

Qantas is set to axe 300 information technology workers in Australia and send their jobs to India. The carrier has shortlisted two Indian companies to take over the work, saying it was impossible to find enough high-tech expertise in Australia…

Paramount Calling

Paramount Airways too is on a recruitment drive.The airline that promises ‘ a world of difference’ has invited applications from experienced Pilots, Cabin Crew, Engineers, Dispatchers etc. for the following posts: (Though there are many vacancies posted in the career…

Fly next month with Indus

Indus Airways, the newest entrant to the Indian skies, has invited applications to fill in various positions.The airline, promoted by liquor baron Kapil Mohan of Mohan Meakins is taking to air next month. The 5th full service carrier and 14th…