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GOOD NEWS FOR AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING, AME , AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE ENGINEERING, CABIN CREW, AIR HOSTESS, CPL ( PILOT), TICKETING ASPIRING STUDENTS FOR ADMISSION INTO THESE COURSESINDIAN AVIATION SECTOR TO GET $25 BILLION INVESTMENT BY 2027.MUMBAI: India, the third largest domestic air travel market, is estimated to see an investment of $25 billion in the next decade in the airports sector, a demand for 1080 more planes and traffic growth of 13%, Morgan Stanley said. Through the UDAN scheme to bring small cities and towns to the air transport network, the government is taking the right step to increase connectivity and also boost utilization of airports, thereby helping those become more profitable, Morgan Stanley said in airport on Indian aviation.The report said the share of air travel in air and rail travel combined in India will grow to 15.2% by 2027 from 7.9% now. “India's domestic air passenger traffic reached 100 million in 2016, behind only that of the US (719 million) and China (436 million) and ahead of Japan (97 million). We forecast a 13% domestic air traffic compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) 2016-26, the highest such rate of any key region globally and higher than India's 11% CAGR 2011-16, ” said the report, shared exclusively with ET.The firm lauded government's regional connectivity scheme as a “key catalyst for growth”. Binay Singh, executive director at Morgan Stanley and author of the report, called it "the scheme to look at". Through UDAN, the Narendra Modi government is facilitating affordable air travel, enabling the active role of state governments as also the private sector to have a profitable participation in India's aviation movement, he said.CONTACTSCHOOL OF AERONAUTICS FOR TAKING ADMISSION INTO B.Tech Aeronautical Engineering, Aircraft Maintenance Engineering, Cabin Crew.www.soaneemrana.orgTel: 88002287020
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Job opportunities in Branch of B.Tech (Aeronautical), Aircraft Maintenance and Cabin crew as per as the following news.QATAR AIRWAYS TO START FULLY-OWNED AIRLINE IN INDIA.New Delhi: Qatar Airways said on Wednesday that it will start a fully owned airline in India.The civil aviation ministry had asked the Qatar government and state-owned Qatar Airways CEO Akbar Al Baker to start an airline in India and participate in the country’s growth story; Mint first reported citing government officials on 24 January.“Yes we will have a 100% owned domestic carrier in India that will belong to both QR (Qatar Airways) and our state investment arm as India has now allowed foreign investment in domestic carriers within India, ” Al Baker announced on Wednesday at the ITB Berlin travel show which was telecast live on the airline’s Facebook page. “We will soon be making an application to that effect.”Al Baker was responding to a question whether he will increase stake in IAG further. He said he had no intention to do so “at the moment” but will file an application for an airline in India soon.Qatar Airways is British Airways-owner IAG’s biggest shareholder. The Doha-based airline also owns stakes in Latam Airlines Group SA, South America’s biggest carrier, and Italy’s second-largest airline, Meridiana Fly SpA.Qatar has amassed $335 billion in assets around the globe, making its sovereign wealth fund the 14th largest in the world, according to the Sovereign Wealth Fund Institute, Sovereign Wealth Fund reported..The Indian aviation ministry welcomed the move. “I did not expect this (so soon), ” aviation secretary Rajiv Nayan Choubey said on Wednesday. “We will await for the application and will process it as per government policy.” Choubey said as far as the question of Qatar investing with its sovereign fund was concerned it will be examined as per norms.“We will examine that when we receive that application. Yes up to 49% it is allowed. That (fund investment) is something that we will have to take a look as to what is the interplay between the two and that is the subject matter of approval, ” he said.Foreign airlines are allowed to own as much as 49% in Indian carriers, although overall foreign investment can go up to 100%.Abu Dhabi-based Etihad has bought a 24% stake in Naresh Goyal’s Jet Airways. Singapore Airlines has started Vistara in partnership with Tata Group. AirAsia has started a subsidiary again in partnership with Tata Group.Sovereign wealth fund-backed Istithmar PJSC has held a stake in SpiceJet in the past.India’s domestic aviation market reached nearly 100 million passengers in 2016 and is set to displace the UK as the third-largest aviation market by 2026. India’s international passenger market is also growing at about 10%.The Narendra Modi government had overturned an earlier policy of giving out hundreds of seats to foreign airlines to fly into India—especially West Asian airlines—telling them instead to invest.“That’s what we have suggested to them. Look we have a fantastic market—its 100% FDI. Come fly your planes, there is money here (to be made), ” civil aviation secretary Rajiv Nayan Choubey said in an interview in January, confirming the aviation ministry has written to the government of Qatar to start an airline in India.He said the same message was conveyed to Al Baker when he called upon the ministry for bilateral rights.The Economic Times27/05/2017
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GOOD NEWS FOR AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING GRADUATES & AME Saturday, May 13, 2017India’s first ATR simulators inaugurated in GurugramIn an attempt to uplift the country’s civil aviation sector, the Flight Simulation Technique Centre (FSTC) acquired India’s first ATR 72-500 full flight simulator in the previous year. Issued to be certified by the European Air Safety Agency (EASA) and Director General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) India, FSTC officials informed that it was the first of its kind simulator in the South East Asian region.FSTC, one of the largest training organisations registered under Approved Training Organization (ATO), has a substantial number of full flight simulators catering to all the airlines in India flying various fleet types. The pilots trained by the institution are placed in major domestic airlines like Indigo, Vistara, Jet airways, Spice Jet and Air India.According to the official announcements, the ATR simulator will help pilots who have to travel to Toulouse, Madrid and Bangkok for type-rating training. ”This is a fruitful measure that will help trainee pilots gain more confidence and also reduce the cost and time spent on training, ” the spokesperson stated. The move was welcomed as a part of the Centre’s increased emphasis on Regional Connectivity Scheme (RCS). According to the official report, IndiGo announced that it will be purchasing 50 ATR 72-600 aircrafts. Air India’s subsidiary, Alliance Air also plans to expand its fleet by leasing 10 ATR planes this year.Captain Sanjay Mandavia, MD & Accountable Manager, FSTC, commented, “FSTC’s decision to bring India’s first ATR 72-500 state of the art simulation in the heart of the Gurugram, where we are already providing instructor-led ‘wet’ and ‘dry’ training for the Airbus A320 & Boeing B737 further extends FSTC’s commitment to the aviation community in India and the region. Positioning this simulator close to Indian customers and operator’s base of operation will enable them to be more efficient while continuing to train the pilot skills and decision making that enhances safety and effectiveness.”
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Aeronautical Engineering in Dwarka, New Delhi - School of Aeronautics www.soaneemrana.orgYou have chosen the best time to begin your career in aviation. The aviation industry has “come of age”. It is vital part of world's economy and way of life. The demand for skilled Engineers continued to grow year after year. School of Aeronautics (Neemrana) is the first college to be approved by AICTE for Aeronautical Engineering in Rajasthan. It has got all the relevant modern and advance lab facilities for Aeronautical Engineering. What is Aeronautical EngineeringBasically aeronautical involve activity of designing, developing and constructing of machine planes that can fly, as commonly known by aircraft. The aeronautical engineers primarily responsible for creation of safer and more energy efficient economical methods for travelling including aircraft, helicopters, satellites, missiles and spacecrafts. These includes science of propulsion and aerodynamics, even it covers the development and selection of materials and equipment that are utilized in aircraft. Aero Engineer's are part of the designing process to make that fastest vehicle. Eg: Airplanes that weights over a million pounds can ease into the air and spacecraft travels 17.000 miles an hour. What do Aeronautical Engineers do?Aero engineers bring concept into reality by emphasizing on the design of aerofoils (wings). Propulsion is another aspect in aeronautical engineering. The force of propulsion helps an airplane to remain in flight, and encompasses the design and development of engines. These two basic principles are considered when choice of material for aircraft design, strength and weight. Selection of material is a crucial area of specialization for the aeronautical engineering. As a Aero graduates you can specialize in any areas including Structural designing, Flight mechanic and control system, Aerodynamics, Instrumentation and communication, Manufacturing and maintenance. Aeronautical Engineering Career OpportunitiesCommercial aviation industryGovernment defence forcesFlight crew in both commercial and defence aviationResearch institutesSpace exploration centres. Aeronautical Engineers Employers IncludesHAL, NAL, Defence services, ISRO, DRDO, Taneja Aerospace, Mahindra Aerospace, GE, Snigma, Infotech on national basis to name a few, where as on internationally one can look for employment in Aer Lingus, Airbus the Air Corps, FLS Aerospace, Rolls Royce and Ryanair. Their are approximately 200 plus companies where our students are working after successfully completing their courses.
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