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When one airport is getting award that means that the staffs who are working there are working hard and especially it is a satisfaction of customers, they have to ensure their journey so professionally aircraft engineering, cabin crews play also the biggest role to get the awardVARANASI AIRPORT GETS 'MAJOR' TAG AFTER HANDLING MORE THAN 1.5 MILLION FLYERS IN 2016-17 NEW DELHI: Varanasi may have to wait a few more years for the ongoing redevelopment to show results but its airport already appears to have gained from its exalted status as Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Lok Sabha constituency It was recognised as a major airport in January by the central government after it handled more than 1.5 million passengers in 2016-17, completing three years of above-average growth. The airport, which saw passenger growth of about 8% and 2% during FY13 and FY14, respectively, flew much higher than the national average of over 20% during the past three fiscal years starting fiscal 2014-15 (see chart). The change will help Varanasi attract a larger share of the government’s airport investment plan. The airport's financial plans and performance would also now be reviewed by Airports Economic Regulatory Authority (AERA), which would mean a professional assessment of its finances and charges. Charges at minor airports are calculated by the aviation ministry. “Varanasi has been one of the best-performing airports in the country and is growing further. Its growth can only be termed phenomenal, " said a senior aviation ministry official, who did not want to be identified. Industry analysts say that the passenger growth during the period at the airport is much higher than comparable airports such as Lucknow and Patna. “Overall, the growth in Varanasi does not seem to be driven by connectivity to more cities but the increased frequency of flights from existing cities, ” said Sharat Dhall, chief operating officer at Yatra-.com, an online travel portal. “Major routes have been roughly the same during the last 4 years which leads to the prima facie conclusion that PM Modi representing Varanasi is drawing significant attention to this city, ” Dhall said. “It does seem that Varanasi is enjoying the Modi effect with a clear surge in passengers to the city over the past 3 years, well ahead of other comparable cities such as Lucknow and Patna, ” he said. Dhall said the growth will be sustainable “if the business and tourism projects initiated are executed upon and lead to Varanasi becoming a real hub for both business and tourism”. A tourism ministry official added that there are big plans to tap the city’s tourism potential which will further help the growth of the city. “There are plans to start a helicopter service with base in Varanasi that will connect Buddhist pilgrimage centres around the city. This will further give a boost to tourism and air travel in the city, ” said the official who did not want to be identified. Source: Economic times/India times20/04/2017
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AVIATION SECTOR IS ON BOOM. MORE OPPURTUNITIES FOR AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERS I AME I CABIN CREW AS SPICE JET ORDERS 100 NEW BOING AIRCRAFTSREGISTER FOR ADMISSIONwww.ameadmission.orgSpiceJet's mega order: Indian aviation market set to surpass Japan, become 3rd largest   By Sindhu BhattacharyaNew Delhi: SpiceJet today announced an order for 100 new Boeing 737 Max aircraft for $11 billion at list prices, the second highest aircraft order ever from India. Combined with an earlier order, this means it will receive 155 narrow body jets between 2018 and 2024, besides also having purchase rights for 50 more wide body aircraft from the same manufacturer. The narrow bodies will be used to service the domestic market as well as select international destinations. The wide body fleet of 50 Boeings – when SpiceJet does firm up the order for it – will enable the airline to launch a long haul low cost service like Singapore Airlines’ subsidiary Scoot and Norwegian Air.Anyhow, the new aircraft are 8 percent more economical on a per seat basis and about 20 percent better in fuel efficiency. Chairman and MD Ajay Singh said today the new aircraft will allow the airline to fly for an hour longer, which means new international destinations will anyway be added to its network. As of now, one in four SpiceJet flights or 25 percent of the network flies to international destinations, with 10 daily services to Dubai alone.So why is SpiceJet going out on a limb to place a mega aircraft order which will require mega bucks? Singh said today that the domestic market has been growing at about 25 percent in recent years. “Indian airlines together have about 400 aircraft now, even if we take growth at 20 percent going forward, this means 80 more aircraft are needed each year….as the market grows, appetite for fleet expansion also increases.”SpiceJet wants to obviously have a proportionate share of the domestic aviation pie. Remember, India’s domestic market is on track to surpass 100 million passengers by March this year for FY2017. This means India would overtake Japan to become the world’s third largest domestic market, behind USA and China.In reaching this milestone, India will have achieved average domestic traffic growth of over 15 percent per annum since the liberalisation of the sector commenced in FY2004.Fiscal 2017-18 is expected to be the third consecutive year of domestic growth above 20 percent, according to global research agency Centre for Asia Pacfic Aviation.Passenger growth could be as high as high as 25 percent, though this may be tempered 3-5 percentage points due to the recent demonetisation.Based on aircraft deliveries, competitive dynamics and the positive outlook for the economy, growth above 20 percent could continue for up to a further two years. In such a scenario, every Indian airline is looking at mega expansion, reason enough for SpiceJet to also chip in with a large order for aircraft. CAPA says Indian airlines are together scheduled to induct 60-65 narrow bodies and 10-12 regional aircraft in FY2018. “The pace of aircraft inductions in FY2018 will be one of the key drivers of traffic growth, ” it says.Earlier this week, GoAir placed a firm order for 72 A320neo aircraft, doubling its firm order book for the aircraft type to 144. It now operates a fleet of twenty three aircraft. With the neo induction, Go Air will expand its network and offer fliers better connectivity. “The A320neo provides the latest technical innovations and unbeatable economics….This new order will further strengthen our network by adding more domestic and international routes in the years to come, ” said MD & CEO, Wolfgang Prock-Schauer. Market leader IndiGo already has 125 aircraft in its fleet and another about 400 on order, with staggered delivery schedules.Almost all airlines use the sale and leaseback model to pay rational price for mega aircraft purchases. Singh of SpiceJet said this model and some other financing models were under consideration for the 100 new aircraft this airline will acquire. “We will not raise fresh debt, neither will we need to infuse equity to finance this aircraft buy. We are looking at the cheapest finance options so that the balance sheet does not get impacted”.SpiceJet, which was briefly forced to ground its fleet in late 2014 when it ran out of cash, has about 13 percent of the Indian air passenger market. That is behind market leader IndiGo which has over 40 percent share, the Jet Airways group and state-run Air India. Besides the narrow bodies, SpiceJet also flies a fleet of the smaller Bombardier Q400 aircraft on regional routes.Singh said he had been mulling an expansion of the small aircraft fleet too but these plans have been suspended for now. It is interesting to note that the government’s regional connectivity scheme, for which airlines must place bids by Monday, relies almost entirely on airlines which have a fleet of small aircraft or are willing to acquire such a fleet. Singh said he will be placing his bids by Monday.AVIATION SECTOR IS ON BOOM. MORE OPPURTUNITIES FOR AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERS I AME I CABIN CREWREGISTER FOR ADMISSIONwww.ameadmission.org
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The Development in aviation is giving much prestige for the country, and this development is due to the hard work of the teams of every branch in aviation like in Aircraft Maintenance, all engineers in aeronautics, Pilots, and Cabin crews. India and China are going to be in the top of the world in it as per as the following new:CHINA, INDIA TO BE WORLD'S LARGEST AIR MARKET: AIRBUS PARIS: The Asia Pacific continues to be an engine for growth, with China and India set to become the world's largest market for aircraft, a top Airbus official announced on Friday.John Leahy, Chief Operating Officer of the European aircraft maker Airbus, said: "Air travel is remarkably resilient to external shocks and doubles every 15 years... Disposable incomes are growing and in emerging economies, the number of people taking a flight will nearly triple by 2036."According to Xinhua news agency, Leahy was presenting the Airbus' latest Global Market Forecast 2017-36. In its report, Airbus expected the world's passenger aircraft fleet above 100 seats to more than double in the next two decades to over 40, 000 planes as traffic was set to grow at 4.4 percent per year. As a result, "nearly 35, 000 aircraft valued at $5.3 trillion (will be) required in the next 20 years, " Airbus said. Home of 6.4 billion population, emerging markets including China, India, the rest of Asia and Latin America were set to account for about half of the world's private consumption by 2036, it expected. It added that 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, " the aircraft manufacturer said. The Economic Times14/06/2017www.soaneemrana.orgTel:88002287020
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The following new is explaining the great Job of Aeronautical Engineering, it may also offer Job opportunity for the branch of Aeronautical and Aircraft Maintenance Engineering: INDIAN MILITARY GETS CONNECTED AIRCRAFT DEMO FROM HONEYWELL ("Honeywell’s Boeing 757 testbed for connected aircraft technologies flew east after the Paris Air Show")Honeywell’s “Connected Aircraft” demonstrator reached India last week, after appearing at the Paris Air Show and heading east via Copenhagen, Moscow and Dubai. And while most of the company’s briefings in and around the Boeing 757 testbed have stressed the advantages to be gained from real-time connectivity by commercial operators, and their passengers, the technology has clear military applications. Honeywell invited a large number of senior officials from the Indian Air Force (IAF) and Indian Navy (IN) on a flight from Delhi on July 4.“We have had a good response from our aviation customers and we are in talks with Indian carriers for deployment of connected technologies, ” said Neelu Khatri, president, aerospace, Honeywell India. However, she refused to comment on the military aspect of the product.But the IAF and IN are experiencing high AOG rates with their mixed fleets of Western and Russian aircraft, and both are interested in predictive maintenance techniques as pushed by Honeywell in these demonstrations. “Predictive maintenance is of utmost importance today, ” a senior IN maintenance engineer told AIN. “Along with it goes the need for inventory management. One should be able to anticipate when a part needs to be replaced. This greatly improves serviceability and cost effectiveness, ” he added. The engineer also noted that most of the Russian legacy platforms in the Indian inventory are no longer supported by their OEMs. He did not see a problem in adding the necessary sensors for predictive maintenance to those platforms.Honeywell was displaying the fact that before the aircraft lands, engineers can identify components that will require maintenance or replacement—and ensure spare parts are available and ready for installation when it touches down. The company says that it “is improving predictive analysis by wirelessly connecting more mechanical systems. For example, capturing and analyzing aircraft data on usage and wear will enable the connected auxiliary power units, environmental control systems, and wheels and brakes to be inspected more efficiently, undergo more rapid and streamlined maintenance processes, and realize lower costs.”Other companies such as Swedish-based IFS Applications are offering military logistics solutions that enable an integrated approach to strategic planning of support, including acquisition, fleet and asset management, MRO, storage, distribution and disposal. “This is being seen increasingly as an imperative by militaries, ” a senior IFSofficial told AIN.Other technologies showcased by Honeywell on the 757 demonstration flights included a weather radar with real-time data, high-speed Ka-band Wi-Fi, and a flight preview product for accurate awareness of the runway and its surroundings.AIN Online, by Neelam Mathews 13/07/2017www.soaneemrana.orgTel: 88002287020
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Soon, Job opportunity for the branch of Aircraft Maintenance Engineering, Aeronautical Engineering and also Cabin crew, after analyzing the following new:AIRCRAFT MANUFACTURERS EXPECT UDAN TO TRIGGER DEMAND FOR SMALL PLANES NEW DELHI | MUMBAI: The aviation world sees large opportunity in the Modi government’s regional connectivity programme, which aims to provide air connectivity to unconnected or underconnected areas of the country. The scheme — called Ude Desh ka Aam Nagrik (UDAN) — seeks to provide flights to such areas at a subsidised fare of Rs 2, 500 for an hour of flight. Aircraft manufacturers expect UDAN to drive more people to travel by air and trigger increased demand for their planes. Embraer said the Brazilian aircraft maker would soon add new operators in India. “I expect very soon we can see announcement by operators, who will announce plans with our 50-seaters planes in India. The new Embraer operators would be a mix of existing and new operators. We are very bullish about India and its regional connectivity scheme, ” said Cesar Pereira, vice president (Asia Pacific) at Embraer Commercial Aviation. While big airports like those in Delhi and Mumbai are saturating, airlines will add new flights between small cities, Pereira said. Franco-Italian ATR, which recently received an order for 50 aircraft, one of its biggest, from IndiGoBSE -0.38 %, said the scheme would encourage airlines to take risk. “The government's regional connectivity scheme encourages airlines to take some additional risk to try these new markets, grow them and develop them. In markets with huge growth potential, there tend to be ups and downs. We have seen them in other markets, ” said Tom Anderson, senior vice president, programs and customer services at ATR. “You have got the potential of 1.3 billion Indians, incredibly educated. When you connect these smaller cities together, it results in economic growth. That is incredibly positive.” Canadian aircraft maker Bombardier has received orders for 50 of its Q400 aircraft from SpiceJetBSE 0.14 %. These planes will be used for regional connectivity. The Economic Times by Mihir Mishra, Anirban Chowdhury29.11.2017www.soaneemrana.orgTel: 88002287020
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Soon, Job opportunity for the branch of Aircraft Maintenance Engineering, Aeronautical Engineering and also Cabin crew, after analyzing the following new:AIRCRAFT MANUFACTURERS EXPECT UDAN TO TRIGGER DEMAND FOR SMALL PLANES NEW DELHI | MUMBAI: The aviation world sees large opportunity in the Modi government’s regional connectivity programme, which aims to provide air connectivity to unconnected or underconnected areas of the country. The scheme — called Ude Desh ka Aam Nagrik (UDAN) — seeks to provide flights to such areas at a subsidised fare of Rs 2, 500 for an hour of flight. Aircraft manufacturers expect UDAN to drive more people to travel by air and trigger increased demand for their planes. Embraer said the Brazilian aircraft maker would soon add new operators in India. “I expect very soon we can see announcement by operators, who will announce plans with our 50-seaters planes in India. The new Embraer operators would be a mix of existing and new operators. We are very bullish about India and its regional connectivity scheme, ” said Cesar Pereira, vice president (Asia Pacific) at Embraer Commercial Aviation. While big airports like those in Delhi and Mumbai are saturating, airlines will add new flights between small cities, Pereira said. Franco-Italian ATR, which recently received an order for 50 aircraft, one of its biggest, from IndiGoBSE -0.38 %, said the scheme would encourage airlines to take risk. “The government's regional connectivity scheme encourages airlines to take some additional risk to try these new markets, grow them and develop them. In markets with huge growth potential, there tend to be ups and downs. We have seen them in other markets, ” said Tom Anderson, senior vice president, programs and customer services at ATR. “You have got the potential of 1.3 billion Indians, incredibly educated. When you connect these smaller cities together, it results in economic growth. That is incredibly positive.” Canadian aircraft maker Bombardier has received orders for 50 of its Q400 aircraft from SpiceJetBSE 0.14 %. These planes will be used for regional connectivity. The Economic Times by Mihir Mishra, Anirban Chowdhury29.11.2017www.soaneemrana.orgTel: 88002287020
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