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PILOT TRAINING

A) PRIVATE PILOT (PPL)

The Private Pilot (PPL) course is the first step in the process of becoming a professional airline pilot. The License allows you to carry passengers, but you will not be able to fly for compensation or hire.

Eligibility

The Private Pilot (PPL) course is the first step in the process of becoming a professional airline pilot. The License allows you to carry passengers, but you will not be able to fly for compensation or hire.

B) COMMERCIAL PILOT (CPL)

The Commercial Pilot course builds upon the knowledge that you have received in your private pilot training. It also introduces the privileges and limitations set forth by civil aviation authority for commercial pilots.

Eligibility

The candidate is required to have passed the higher secondary examination (10+2) from any recognized board conducted by Govt. of India in any combination or any other recognized equivalent examination with Maths, Physics and Chemistry.

CABIN CREW/ AIR HOSTESS

Air hostess is one of the fascinating and valuable professions concerned with making the journey of the passengers more comfortable and safe. It is a service providing job which meets the requirement of the passengers. They are responsible for passenger’s safety and are trained to deal with security and emergency situations. It is a very lucrative career in the industry.

The aspiring candidates should have few exceptional qualities within them – sense of responsibility, pleasing personality, presence of mind, initiative, good physique, patience to work long hours, systematic approach towards duty, good appearance, communication and interactive skills, language proficiency, pleasant voice, team spirit, positive attitude, sense of humour and so on.

Eligibility

The candidate is required to have passed the higher secondary examination (10+2) from any recognized board conducted by Govt. of India in any combination or any other recognized equivalent examination with Maths, Physics and Chemistry.

AIRPORT GROUND STAFF

The Airport Ground Handling is one of the precise among all which we are providing. This course provides all information from the basic about the industry. Generally Airport Ground Handling is nothing but servicing the aircrafts while it is on the ground which covers a wide variety of services for the airlines delivered at airports in support of the operation of safe air services. It includes not only highly technical services such as maintenance, fuelling, cargo handling and also services which is essential to passenger’s safety.

Eligibility

The candidate is required to have passed the higher secondary examination (10+2) from any recognized board, conducted by Govt. of India, in any combination or any other recognized equivalent examination.

FLIGHT OPERATION

The Flight Dispatcher shares equal and joint responsibility with the Pilot in Command for the safety and operational control of the flight. Flight dispatcher is responsible for planning and monitoring the progress of an aircraft journey.

In airline operations, both the Pilot and the Flight Dispatcher are legally responsible for the safety of a flight. The Flight Dispatcher is responsible for the economic, operational control, and passenger service requirements for daily flight operations.

The Flight Dispatcher may have the authority to delay, divert or cancel the flight at any time and the flight may not able to be released without the signature of both Pilot and Flight Dispatcher again, depending on the jurisdiction.

Eligibility

The candidate is required to have passed the higher secondary examination (10+2) with Maths and Physics from any recognized board, conducted by Govt. of India in any combination or any other recognized equivalent examination. The candidate must be at least 21 years of age.

RADIO TELEPHONY RESTRICTED RTR (AERO)

Radio officer is a key-person in the operation department of an airline and there is a growing need for trained professional in this field. In air transportation the information and instructions transmitted are of vital importance in assisting in the safe and expeditious operation of aircraft. On the other hand, the use of non-standard procedures and phraseology can lead to misunderstanding. This elaborates the importance of using correct and precise standard phraseology. Students will be trained accordingly to appear for RTR license exam from Wireless Planning and Co-ordination Wing (WPC) of the Ministry of Communication, Government of India.

Eligibility

The candidate is required to have passed the higher secondary examination (10+2) from any recognized board, conducted by Govt. of India, in any combination or any other recognized equivalent examination.

TICKETING

The Flight Dispatcher shares equal and joint responsibility with the Pilot in Command for the safety and operational control of the flight. Flight dispatcher is responsible for planning and monitoring the progress of an aircraft journey.

In airline operations, both the Pilot and the Flight Dispatcher are legally responsible for the safety of a flight. The Flight Dispatcher is responsible for the economic, operational control, and passenger service requirements for daily flight operations.

The Flight Dispatcher may have the authority to delay, divert or cancel the flight at any time and the flight may not able to be released without the signature of both Pilot and Flight Dispatcher again, depending on the jurisdiction.

Eligibility

The candidate is required to have passed the higher secondary examination (10+2) with Maths and Physics from any recognized board, conducted by Govt. of India in any combination or any other recognized equivalent examination. The candidate must be at least 21 years of age.

TRAVEL AND TOURISM

This industry is a dynamic, intensive and booming work sphere with great scope for the use of creativity, imagination and global orientation which belongs to hospitality department.

The travel and tourism industry is one of the most profitable industries in the country and also contributes substantially to foreign exchange earned. As per the statistics during 2008 four million tourists visited India and spent US $8.9 billion, making India one of the major global tourist destinations.

Due to the improvement level of Travel and Tourism in India this has created jobs in a variety of related sectors, both directly and indirectly. Almost more than 20 million people are now working in India’s Travel and Tourism industry.

Eligibility

The candidate is required to have passed the higher secondary examination (10+2) from any recognized board, conducted by Govt. of India, in any combination or any other recognized equivalent examination.

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