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  • Choose the career of your choice in aviation

    Today the most challenging phase in a youth's life is the choice of the right field or course after 10+2. Seldom we find young minds set with the choice of the field aspired, dreamt of since childhood.
    In this competitive era, educationalists are using innovative, modern teaching aids to cater the attention of the youth for building up their strong future. Will it suffice the search of the youth today, which is graced with innovative cognitive abilities, constantly seeking more sophisticated learning and career. Government organizations are still continuing with their traditional courses wrapped with same teaching methodologies.The private organizations on the other hand is coming up with new, creative, rational learning methods. Precisely in today's era youth too is seeking more logistic learning, practically encompassed teaching aids.
    Next quest is to know their Return On Investment in terms of remuneration after placement i.e. return on investment on the course of their efforts. Undoubtedly, no one refutes the fact that this is a tricky and yet inevitable question seeking an answer which again is subjective to innumerable factors, constant and variable. However, to figure out the future prospects of any field in a career one needs to be foresighted i.e. to visualize, analyse the market scenario ahead of time. One such course that is emerging now as a boost to career in aviation is Aircraft Maintenance Engineering known as an AME course.
    Needless to say that as other courses have apprehensions AME course too, but what makes it unique and competitive is its growing demand in the rapidly growing aviation market.
    Safety is very important, when it comes to aviation sector. An aircraft is made of numerous parts, engines, electrical and electronic systems, etc. With time and use, parts tend to wear and tear down. Regular inspection and maintenance of aircraft have thus become very necessary.
    Aircraft Maintenance Engineering professionals are trained to inspect an aircraft, diagnose problems, report the problems found and finally solve them. Before a flight takes off, AME professionals work hard and make sure that each and every system available in the aircraft is in working condition. They ensure that the safety standards are being followed and the aircraft is flightworthy. In short, AME professionals play a very crucial role in the smooth functioning of aviation sector!
    After gaining complete insight about the AME course, one needs to expedite for the best AME college in India or top AME institutes, also to ensure the AME institute is duly approved by DGCA.
    What's next is the outcome, the career. AME career prospects in India after completion of the AME course & acquiring modules is tremendously huge in India and abroad. The demand for an AME in the aviation jobs in India is unceasingly increasing due to the high passenger flow in air travel directly leading to the increase in the number fleets by the respective airlines. To start with, an AME works as an Aircraft Technician, Junior Trainee / Engineer in an airline, an aviation related IT organization or an MRO. Who can be a better judge than we ourself to know us first, our aim and interests in life. For building up the career in aviation,let us exercise to gather some updated facts to have complete understanding about the aviation industry in India. After all, the future prospects are directly proportionate to the steps we take today.

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  • Aviation As a Career- Let Opportunities Chase You

    Days have passed when only few industry spheres were considered as a cherry picker and people got tantalized to them. But, India has changed and made headway leaving no stone unturned transmuting the outlook of people. Every domain has gained speed and creates uncountable opportunities that were never thought before. Aviation is one such industry that has been touched with the wave of advancement. Fabulous aspiring career opportunities have now opened up its doors to people. Flight dispatchers, avionics technicians, aviation meteorologists are to name a few amongst the available listed options. Aircraft Maintenance Engineering (AME) is one unequalled choice for those who are focused to choose Aviation industry. Keeping in mind the eagerness of people and need of manpower in Aviation sector; InterGlobe laid the foundation of School for Aircraft Maintenance Engineering at Greater Noida. It is an AME Institute with phenomenal infrastructure built to provide world-class education to students. Every AME course aims at practical exposure along with the surroundings to promote learning capability of students. SAME is one of the top AME Colleges in India, approved by DGCA, producing manpower with exceptional skills in the Aviation sector. This AME college has a sister organization Indigo Airlines and CAE Simulation Training Pilot Limited, imparting pilot training in India. SAME is the best AME College in India for those who want to pursue for AME course. SAME is a level-headed institute and its students are given preference over others when it comes to hiring.

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  • Air traffic soars 15% in April Indigo stays on top Air India marketshare flat at 12.9%

    The total number of passengers carried in the domestic air sector increased by 15.1% month-on-month to 31.34 lakh passengers in April. In the first fourth months of 2017 (Jan to April) the total passengers carried increased by 17% year-on-year to 91.34 lakh passengers.
    Indigo continued to be the dominant player in the domestic market and improved its market share to 41.4% during the month from 39.9% in March. The passengers carried by the airline during the month stood at 37.79 lakh.
    The country’s second largest full service airline Jet Airways registered a combined market share of 16.12% which is lesser that 17.9% market share the company had in March.
    National carrier Air India’s market share during the same period stood flat at 12.9% while SpiceJet’s market share stood at 12.9% when compared to 13.2% in March. Both Jet airways and Air India had flown 13.9 lakh and 11.88 lakh passengers respectively in April. In terms of passenger load factor (PLF) which is one of the parameters to judge an airlines profitability SpiceJet – the country’s second largest no frills carrier – topped the charts with 93.4% PLF. It was followed by AirAsia whose flight occupancy improved to 90.1% from 87.8% in March. Indigo airlines also improved on its occupancy rates during the month to 86.9% in April when compared to 81.6% in the month before.

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  • With 1,080 aircraft orders, India to be 3rd largest buyer of passenger planes

    The aircraft order book of the Indian airline industry will soon touch 1,080, which would mean that for every aircraft in service, there will be 2.2 aircraft on order, said a report released by the Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation(CAPA), a Sydney-based aviation think tank. There are an estimated 480-odd aircraft in the country at present. Currently, a total of 880 aircraft are on order, with most of the orders placed by low-cost carriers such as IndiGo and SpiceJet.
    In the coming weeks, full service carriers Jet Airways and Vistara are expected to add to the tally and take the total order placed by Indian carriers to a four-digit number. The 2.2 ratio would be the highest of any major aviation market in the world. But what should have the government and airport operators worried is that of the expected 1,080 aircraft, more than 700 are scheduled for delivery within the next decade, and 400 within the next five years. This excludes orders yet to be placed and equipment to be taken on lease.
    “In addition to the incumbent carriers, it is possible that India might see the entry of 1-2 new large start-ups, including Qatar Airways’ proposed venture. Aircraft induction on this scale will require massive infrastructure development, skilled resources and aircraft financing at a pace that has not been seen before in India,” said the CAPA report.
    The CAPA report pointed out that airport infrastructure challenges could constrain growth and lead to sub-optimal operations and network economics. “Parking bays and runway slots will become increasingly scarce over the next few years, especially at metro airports. Signs of congestion are already emerging at Mumbai, Chennai and Delhi and the situation will become more acute unless airports are able to construct 400 parking bays and enhance airside capacity within five years. Otherwise airlines will face challenges in implementing their base and network plans,” the report said.
    In March, India became the third-largest domestic aviation market in the world, beating Japan. India’s domestic air passenger traffic stood at 100 million in 2016 and was behind only the US (719 million) and China (436 million). In contrast, though, is the poor infrastructure growth. In the year ended March 31, 2017, Mumbai airport beat London’s Gatwick to become the world’s busiest airport with a single runway.

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  • Nearly 35,000 Aircraft Required in The Next 20 Years

    The world’s passenger aircraft fleet above 100 seats is set to more than double in the next 20 years to over 40,000 planes as traffic is set to grow at 4.4 percent per year, according to Airbus’ latest Global Market Forecast 2017-2036. Over this period, increasing numbers of first time flyers, rising disposable income spent on air travel, expanding tourism, industry liberalisation, new routes and evolving airline business models are driving a need for 34,170 passenger and 730 freighter aircraft worth a combined total of US$5.3 trillion. Over 70 percent of new units are single aisle with 60 percent for growth and 40 percent for replacement of less fuel efficient aircraft. A doubling in the commercial fleet over the next 20 years sees a need for 530,000 new pilots and 550,000 new maintenance engineers, and provides Airbus’ global services business a catalyst to grow.
    Airbus has expanded its global network of training locations from five to 16 in the space of three years Air traffic growth is highest in emerging markets such as China, India, the rest of Asia and Latin America and almost double the 3.2 percent per year growth forecast in mature markets such as North America and Western Europe. Emerging markets currently home to 6.4 billion of the world’s 7.4 billion population will account for nearly 50 percent of the world’s private consumption by 2036.
    “Air travel is remarkably resilient to external shocks and doubles every 15 years,” said John Leahy, Chief Operating Officer – Customers, Airbus Commercial Aircraft. “Asia Pacific continues to be an engine for growth, with domestic China to become the world’s largest market. Disposable incomes are growing and in emerging economies the number of people taking a flight will nearly triple between now and 2036.” Over the next 20 years Asia Pacific is set to take 41 percent of new deliveries, followed by Europe with 20 percent and North America at 16 percent. Middle class numbers will almost double to nearly five billion as wealth creation makes aviation even more accessible particularly in emerging economies where spending on air travel services is set to double.
    In the twin aisle segment, such as the A330 Family, A350 XWB Family and the A380, Airbus forecasts a requirement for some 10,100 aircraft valued at US$2.9 trillion. In the single aisle segment, such at the A320neo Family, Airbus forecasts a requirement for some 24,810 aircraft valued at US$2.4 trillion. Airlines adding capacity by upsizing to the largest single aisle, the A321, will find even more business opportunities with the A321neo thanks to its range up to 4,000nm and unbeatable fuel efficiency. In 2016, the A321 represented over 40 percent of single aisle deliveries and over 60 percent of single aisle orders.

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