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In aeronautics, its development is giving itself job opportunity like in B.Tech aeronautical, Aircraft Maintenance Engineering and also Cabin crews, the following new is justifying it.GMR TO BUILD, OPERATE NEW HERAKLION AIRPORT IN GREECE.NEW DELHI: GMR Airports Limited said that it has been selected to develop, operate and manage the new international airport of Heraklion at Crete in Greece in partnership with Greek infrastructure firm Terna SA. This will be the second project to be handled by the subsidiary of GMR Infrastructure Ltd in Europe, after it developed Istanbul’s Sabiha Gokcen airport. The company said in a press release on Wednesday that it will be the designated airport operator in the consortium for this project. “The scope of the project involves design, construction, financing, operation, and maintenance and exploitation of the New Heraklion Crete International Airport. The concession period for the project will be 35 years, including phase 1 construction of five years, ” it said. “This new airport will definitely boost the tourism industry and aid the growth of international tourists that Greece has been witnessing over the past couple of years, ” the press release quoted GMR Airports’ business chairman Srinivas Bommidala as saying. “The airport is in line with the asset-light strategy we have adopted for overseas expansion and will see GMR participate in project management and commercial management in addition to airport operations.” GMR Airports, which has built and operates airports in Delhi and Mumbai, had last year won the competitive bid for development and operation of the Rs 3, 000 crore Mopa Greenfield Airport in Goa. The concession period for the greenfield project will be 40 years, with a possible extension of another 20 years through a bid process. The airport will also be built under the build-operate-transfer or BOT model. The company has also developed the Mactan Cebu International Airport in Philippines. The Economic Times 08/06/2017www.soaneemrana.orgTel: 88002287020
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Future Job opportunity in the branch of B.tech Aeronautical, Aircraft Maintenance Engineering and Cabin crews in Tamil Nadu as per as the following new:DOMESTIC AIRPORT IN TAMIL NADU FOR BENGLUREANS Tamil Nadu has offered to open up its Hosur Air Station at Belagondapalli village, Thally Road for Bengalureans. Once commercial airlines mount operations from this airfield under the Centre's UDAN (Ude Desh Ka Aam Naagrik) scheme, people living in south-east Bengaluru (Electronics City and surrounding areas) will be able to reach Delhi or Mumbai sooner than reaching Kempegowda International Airport. This coup d'etat of sorts by Tamil Nadu makes our politicians look real bad. Successive governments and civic agencies have been thinking up fantastical and futuristic solutions (underground tunnel to the airport; now-junked steel flyover; pod taxis as Metro feeders etc) instead of incremental changes that could tackle the terrible traffic problem (removing structural bottlenecks and not letting roads to be used as parking lots etc.) The Hosur airport is around 35 km from Electronics City and takes around 30 minutes to reach compared to KIA which is around 80 km away and takes at least 2 hours on a good day during non-peak hours. Add to that over Rs 1, 500 that taxis charge to get E-Citizens to the airport. Balakrishna Reddy P, MLA from Hosur constituency and Minister of Animal Husbandry and Welfare in the Tamil Nadu government, told Bangalore Mirror: "Our former chief minister Late J Jayalalithaa had written to the Centre asking it to make use of the not-so-popular airports in the state and had also said that Bengaluru stands to gain the most with this move. Last week, the Centre approved (the use of Hosur airport) under the UDAN scheme and we also passed the agreement in the Cabinet. Hosur airport) under the UDAN scheme and we also passed the agreement in the Cabinet. Hosur airport is now ready to take off." The Tamil Nadu government signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Ministry of Civil Aviation (MoCA) last week to start low-cost air services from Hosur airport. It said that TruJet, a Hyderabad-based airline, is expected to mount flights from the airport soon. Currently, TruJet connects Bengaluru with Hyderabad, Rajahmundry, Tirupati, Vijaywada and Goa. TruJet did not respond to queries from Bangalore Mirror. The airport at Hosur Road is maintained by Taneja Aerospace and Aviation Ltd (TAAL) and is a private airfield. This airport is capable of handling Airbus A320s and Boeing 737s. Its hangars can accommodate only narrow body aircraft as of now. The Economic Times.16/06/2017www.soaneemrana.orgTel: 88002287020
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In India the hard work of its Aeronautical Engineers gives high prestige for the Country “India is the fastest growing aviation market in the world” as the following new explains:INDIA, RUSSIA STRENGTHEN BILATERAL COOPERATION IN AVIATIONST. PETERSBURG (PTI): India and Russia on Thursday agreed to strengthen bilateral cooperation in the aviation sector by setting up joint ventures in the field of manufacturing, as India is set to become the third largest global aviation market by 2020."The Regional Connectivity Scheme of the government of India provides an opportunity for strengthening cooperation in joint production and setting up of joint ventures in India in the field of aviation manufacturing to serve the demand created, " according to vision documents, issued after the talks between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Russian President Vladimir Putin.The move is aimed to cater to increasing exports and demands of India's regional air connectivity scheme.The Civil Aviation Policy, 2016, too, provides incentives for made-in-India aircraft and encourages global OEMs for establishing aircraft assembly plant in India, including fast-tracking clearances.India is the fastest growing aviation market in the world and has become the third largest domestic aviation market in terms of domestic passenger traffic, beating Japan, according to Sydney-based aviation think-tank Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation (CAPA).India's domestic air passenger traffic stood at 100 million in 2016 and was behind only the US (719 million) and China (436 million), as per CAPA.This is likely to grow manifold with the launch of government's UDAN (Ude Desh Ka Aam Naagrik) scheme that seeks to take flying to the masses with airfares capped at Rs 2, 500 per hour.The joint declaration also focuses on development of high speed railways, dedicated freight corridors, new technologies for efficient rail transport as well as ship-building and river navigation.Brahmand Defence and Aerospace News.2/06/2017www.soaneemrana.orgTel: 88002287020
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SCHOOL OF AERONAUTICS-SOAThe only Institute in India who created the practical platform for the aspiring Aeronautical Engineers And the Aircraft Maintenance Engineer.....What do i say...1-Top institute for the single branch AERONAUTICAL & AME built under more than 5 acres away from the city crowd and noisy environment which creates lots of distraction.It is set across the Aravali hills in the peaceful environment .2-Highly facilitated and well furnished library where the number of books are provided...i have never seen such library where there are more than 30 sets of books for the single topic of discussion or subject in more than 10-15 different authors and publisher....for me its a Bank of books for aeronautical department....i have seen so many reader who have membership for our college library...many people come to read there to refer there and also also Availability of E-Library3-TWO 52 SEATERS AIRCRAFT4-If would say about Labs of my college i thing and i bet that there are hardly 2 or 3 colleges in India who have have such kinds of facilitated labs where 99 % of syllabus is performed under the laboratories....where each and every small tools , device ..even the large machinery parts are done under discussion and applicable..........lots of instruments are hanged on walls of labs, side walls of corridors and stairs...so that it can bE memorable when we go through the charts and instrumentsULTIMATELY......IF I WOULD SAY ACCORDING TO MY VIEWS THAT THERE IS NO BETTER PLATFORM THAN SOA FOR THE ASPIRING AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERS WHO WISH TO SEE THEMSELVES IN THE AVIATION ERA...ONLY AND ONLY WHEN THEY ARE FULLY DEPENDENT ON THEMSELVES....EVERYTHING IS PROVIDED TO U ..THE BEST LIBRARY....TWO 52 SEATER AIRCRAFT AND TOP LEVEL PRACTICAL LABS.....AND SENIOR FACULTY WHICH ALREADY MORE THAN 15-20 YEARS OF WORKING EXPERIENCES IN THE AVIATION FIELD....FOR THE DOUBTS AND TOPICS OF DISCUSSION ....THE ENVIRONMENT IS JUST LIKE THE AIRPORTThank youShashikant BhardwajAeronautical engineer
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Being Engineer is a great thing, but Being Aeronautical Engineer is the greatest thing. The way they work on aircraft, the idea of their creation, not all engineers can do. The following new (International news) is showing how great they are: UTAS EXPANDS AIRBORNE RECONNAISSANCE PORTFOLIOThe ISR and Space Systems business of UTC Aerospace Systems (UTAS) is here at the Paris Air Show promoting the latest upgrades to its strong-selling DB-110 airborne reconnaissance system. In its pod form, UTAS has sold this sensor to nine air forces for carriage by their F-16 fighters, and to a tenth for its F-15s. It has also been installed on the P-3 maritime patrol aircraft of Japan; on the business jets of two countries; and on the US MQ-9 Reaper UAV for two sets of trial flights. UTAS has also provided increasingly-sophisticated ground processing, exploitation and dissemination systems for the sensor from its wholly-owned facility in the UK. DB refers to the dual bands of the original design (visible/near infrared and medium-wave infrared); 110 refers to the focal length in visible/near infrared of the sensor when it is set to offer the longest range: from 40, 000 feet it can ‘see’ to the horizon – over 200 nautical miles. But it also contains separate, wide field-of-view optics that provide broad area coverage to the side as well as beneath the flight path of the host aircraft. This has proved very valuable in real operations that are usually conducted from lower altitudes to provide imagery out to 60 nautical miles, from which analysts can identify individual missiles, radars or vehicles.The DB-110 can be set for high-resolution ‘spot’ collection as well as area coverage, and it also offers target-tracking and stereo modes. Nearly all operators employ the common data link (CDL) to transmit the imagery to ground stations in real-time when required.One of the F-16 operators of the DB-110 will soon be confirmed as the first customer for a multispectral imaging (MSI) upgrade that UTAS has been offering. The MS-110 extends the sensor’s MWIR coverage and adds collection in five other spectral bands. Multispectral imaging provides color that allows analysts to distinguish between subtle features of a target that traditional gray-scale imaging cannot. Camouflage, haze and shadow may be overcome. Earth that has been disturbed to – for instance – plant improvised explosive devices can be identified. So can tunnels. MSI also offers entirely new operational possibilities, such as the analysis of vegetation for counter-narcotics purposes, and the monitoring of crop health.Another proposed upgrade replaces the DB-110 optical imaging sensor within the F-15/F-16 pod with an active electronically-scanned array (AESA) radar. This would allow reconnaissance operations to continue regardless of weather conditions. The radar would be provided by Leonardo’s UK subsidiary, and offer multiple modes including wide-area strip coverage; ‘spot’ coverage with resolution as good as six inches; ground-moving target indicator (GMTI); and sea search. Another existing F-16 operator is likely to be the launch customer for this version, which UTAS has named the Tactical Synthetic Aperture Radar (TacSAR) system.Disappointingly for UTAS (Chalet 346), the oldest and most extensive user of this sensor may be retiring it in two years’ time. Back in 1997, the UK Royal Air Force (RAF) became the launch customer for what became the DB-110 series, for a version named the Reconnaissance Airborne Pod for TORnado (Raptor). The RAF accepted the system in 2002, in time for Operation Iraqi Freedom in March of the following year, when Raptor-equipped Tornados provide invaluable in identifying targets and providing battle damage assessments (BDA).Since then, the RAF has deployed Raptor almost continuously on operations over Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya and more recently Syria. The imagery has been routinely supplied to the US for exploitation by American image analysts.But the Tornado squadrons are to be grounded as soon as their strike capability has been fully transferred to the RAF’s Typhoon fleet. UTAS has proposed the supply of MS-110 and TacSAR sensors repackaged to fit in pods with the same outer mold lines as the Typhoon’s centerline fuel tank. The UK Ministry of Defense has not yet committed to the idea. AIN ONLINEPARIS AIR SHOWBy Chris Pocock17/06/2017www.soaneemrana.orgTel: 88002287020
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The development in Aeronautics is increasing day by day; professionally Aeronautical Engineers are taking very much important role and having very high place, and the development of it gives to itself much kind of Job opportunity, national or international. The following new is showing the new creation of Airbus:AIRBUS SHOWS NEW AIRLINERS THOUGH A330NEO MISSES SHOWAirbus is flying three airliners here, but a fourth that might have been on display remains on the ground at Toulouse. That is the A330neo, whose Trent 7000 engines have only just been dispatched by Rolls-Royce from its Derby, UK factory, many months late. Meanwhile, show visitors will see the A321neo and A350-1000 making airborne debuts. Both types are in the certification flight testing phase. The “flagship” A380 will also be shown, both flying and static.The delayed first flight of the A330neo is now scheduled for the end of the summer, Didier Evrard, head of programs for Airbus Commercial Aircraft, told journalists at a media briefing in Toulouse on June 9. Two prototypes are fully assembled, but won’t have their powerplants fitted until Safran—also at Toulouse—fits nacelles to the Trent 7000s. “Rolls-Royce is a bit late, but their bench-test results are good, ” added Fabrice Bregier, president of Airbus Commercial Aircraft. Airbus now plans to make the first A330neo delivery from Toulouse in mid-2018.Supply chain problems in the A350 program are now under control, although some quality issues remain, according to Bregier. There are now 86 A350-900s in service with 12 operators, and operational reliability has been excellent, he claimed. “We will reach our target of 99 percent by the end of 2017—the fastest time to achieve that standard of any widebody. We are on course to achieve a production rate of 10 per month by the end of 2018, ” he added.The A350-1000 flying here is one of three prototypes now flying. They are close to achieving the planned 1, 000 flight test hours. Those hours have included a cold-weather test campaign in Canada, followed by high-altitude airfield performance tests in Bolivia. Last month, 300 Airbus employees flew as passengers on a long-range test flight that was cabin-crewed by Virgin Atlantic. Evrard said that the overall performance of the A350-1000 is as expected. Bregier said that certification would be achieved by late summer, and first delivery at the end of the year.But there is only one customer—Asiana—for the smaller A350-800. Evrard told AIN that Airbus was discussing alternative options with the carrier, which has ordered eight. As for the projected larger version, dubbed the A350-1100, Evrard said it was “a possibility but not a priority.”Airbus delivered 28 A380s last year, but continues to reduce the production rate of its largest airliner towards just one per month next year. The company believes that this will economically sustain availability until demand for the A380 picks up, early in the next decade. That will happen because traffic continues to grow at a rate that will impact landing and takeoff slots at an increasing number of airports, Evrard said. “There are limits to the point-to-point approach, ” he said, adding that according to Airbus calculations, a carrier can profitably operate the A380even if with only a small fleet.Bregier said that there was “no business case” for an A380neo, but added that fitting winglets was “a good possibility.” He said that the company is now concentrating on promoting cabin innovations for the A380 that will offer up to 80 more seats, and thus achieve “very competitive” seat-mile costs. The gains in capacity come from relocating and redesigning the forward stair (up to 20 seats); adding an aft-galley stair module (14 seats); going to an 11-abreast configuration in economy (23 seats) and nine-abreast in premium economy (11 seats); and removing the sidewall stowage on the upper deck (six seats). Airbus will be explaining the various new A380configurations to potential customers in its pavilion at the end of Chalet Row A here.Airbus has a huge, 5, 500-strong backlog for the A320 family (including more than 5, 000 Neos). New aircraft ordered today cannot be delivered before 2021, Bregier said. The current production rate is 50 per month. Airbus plans to increase this to a record 60 per month by mid-2019. The fourth final assembly line in Hamburg will start soon (the others are in Mobile, Tianjin and Toulouse). According to Evrard, Airbus has made “a huge transformation” in production processes for its narrow-body airliners. But although 116 A320/A321neos have now been delivered to 25 operators, there have been problems with their new-technology engines from alternative suppliers Pratt & Whitney and CFM International. But P& W is solving its PW1000G development issues, and CFM is catching up on LEAP-1A production delays, according to Bregier. When asked about the recent inflight shut-down incident in India, Evrard said the cause was understood, could be fixed, and there were “no certification issues.” The A321neo flying here is fitted with the CFM powerplants.Virtual reality is the big theme of the Airbus pavilion here, this time (Static Display C4). The company promises to “convey an improved experience” of its products by using the latest digital immersive and interactive display technologies. AIN ONLINEPARIS AIR SHOWBy Chris Pocock19/06/2017www.soaneemrana.orgTel: 88002287020
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