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Aerostat System Capable of carrying Electro-Optic and COMINT payloads for Surveillance - DRDO

DRDO Demonstrates Indigenous Aerostat System

   The DRDO demonstrated its indigenously designed and developed aerostat system capable of carrying electro-optic and COMINT payloads for surveillance. Trials of the system have been concluded on Saturday, December 25, 2010. These included surveillance all over Agra and interception of variety of communications. ELINT and RADAR payloads are also being developed indigenously. This platform is a result of development of a number of high end technologies in the field of aerodynamic design of balloon, fabrics, fabrication, hydraulic winch, electro-optic tether, high pressure helium cylinder manifold, active pressure control system etc in association with large and medium sized Industrial partners.

The system has been designed, developed and integrated by the Aerial Delivery Research & Development Establishment (ADRDE), Agra Cantt, a premier laboratory under the Defence Research & Development Organization (DRDO) working in the field of parachutes, lighter than air systems, floatation systems and aircraft arrester barriers. ADRDE has developed and supplied various types of parachutes for wide range of applications viz. Paradropping men, weapons, Combat Vehicles, Stores etc, braking of fighter Aircraft and Recovery of payloads pertaining to missiles, UAV and space missions. Over the last few years, ADRDE has diversified into the field of lighter-than-Air (LTA) technologies and developed small and medium size Aerostats. Recently, ADRDE has developed a state-of-the-art medium size helium filled Aerostat and successfully test flown up to one km altitude at Agra.

Dr. Prahlada, DS & CC R&D (Aerospace & Services Interaction) congratulated the team and brought out the facts that ADRDE had graduated from a laboratory designing and developing balloons, parachutes and heavy air-drop systems to developing systems of systems. The complete balloons systems, ground based command and control systems, and payloads have been integrated for full exploitation. The gimbals, with 360 degree azimuth freedom and high degree freedom in elevation is highly stabilized and can carry out steering, scanning and tracking with high precision. The payload also carries thermal camera for surveillance during night and in low visibility condition. The electronic intelligence payload carries a communication intelligence system for capturing and analyzing all types of communications in air. 

Health monitoring of aerostat and simultaneous command and controlling of payload from ground control station has been demonstrated. The system will be useful for three services, paramilitary forces as well as have civilian applications including disaster management. This milestone comes in the wake of new generation high altitude aerostats/airships that will be developed by DRDO.

Procedure to Convert Foreign Pilot License To Indian Pilot License

First obtain a computer number.Download the form to get Computer number click here. After completing the DGCA form mail this form to the following address:

After you obtain the computer number you can now answer exams. You also need to have Class 1 Medical done for converting your foreign license.

To obtain a class 1 medical you need to have a class 2 medical first.
click here for class 2 examiners list.
Already have a class 2 medical click here for class 1 medical examination centers.
Class 1 medical Form click here
You also need to have a Valid medical of the country you are flying. For Pilots getting trained in the USA First Class Medical is Must.

Now you need to pass 2 papers or 3 papers of dgca exams depends on you.
Air-Regulations is one of the paper to be answered and the second paper is Composite it is a combination of METEOROLOGY AND NAVIGATION. (choose individually). To eligible  for a composite paper you should be a CPL License Holder.
These papers are valid for a period of 30 months after the results.
Pilot Exam Form click here to download and mail it to the above address given.

Out of all this the the most important License to be obtained is the RTA(A) orWPC RTR(A) or COP. WPC RTR(A) exam Form Download click here
WPC RT(A) licence is valid for Five Years.
Visit WPC site click here

After you have passed all this you need to Have a Morse code certificate and a CA39 form of last six months a CA39 form of last five years filled to submit with the other documents and also do remember to get your 10+12 certificates verified that is a verification certificate from the concerned here to download CA39 blank form

Now you need to follow this flow chart for remaining process.

please read this flow chart carefully.
click here for the flow chart

Roland Associates Recruiting Aerospace | Aeronautical Engineers to Develop Helicopter Rotor Blade Flutter Analysis Code

Roland & Associates Job Vacancies Hot Jobs @ MNC,Bangalore.

Senior Engineer(Aeroelasticity).BE(Mech/Aerospace/Aeronautics)/relevant.(EXP:5+ yrs).

Description :

The job involves multiple areas of investigation in helicopter and tiltrotor aeroelasticity. Develop an efficient and robust helicopter rotor blade flutter analysis code for use in the design process. Correlate the analysis code with existing test data and other analyses. Modify an existing tilt-rotor aeroelastic stability code to increase the capability to analyze aeroservoelastic stability in all flight modes of a tilt-rotor aircraft. Evaluate stability of tiltrotor configurations for design variations. Develop a highly integrated and user friendly GUI interface between CATIA and VABS 2D rotor blade structural analysis code to enable rapid design evaluations.
Experience Level :
Mid-Senior Level
Work Authorization :
Company Name :
Roland & Associates
Company Website:

State :Karnataka

Aerospace/Aeronautics Skills :

• Strong analytical and simulation skills required Self-motivation, follow-through, organizational skills, and the ability to work with other departments are necessary.
• Excellent written and verbal communications skills required.
• Background in unsteady aerodynamics, flutter, helicopter rotor dynamics, control law theory, aerodynamics, and aero elasticity is required
• Background in FORTRAN and C++ programming required
• Experienced user of CATIA V4 and V5

Primary Industry:
Secondary Industry:
Information Technology and Services

The World's Leading Producer of Jet Engines is Recruiting Java Developer with GE - Aviation/ Transportation

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Opening for Java Developer - with GE - Aviation/ Transportation.
Opening(s) in Bangalore
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Job Function:     IT/Telecom - Software
Industry:     Other services
Job Type:     Full Time
Qualification:     Any Graduate
Experience:     4-6(Yrs)
Green job:     No
Locations:     Bangalore

The world's leading producer of large and small jet engines for commercial and military aircraft is recruiting Java Developer - with GE - Aviation/ Transportation. They also supply aircraft-derived engines for marine applications and provide aviation services.

Designation: Java Developer
Qualifications :Bachelor's degree
Experience : 3 - 5yrs
Location : Bangalore
Key Skills: Core Java, J2EE, JUnit, RMI, JDO/Hibernate, web services,Spring Framework,SOA,Oracle, My SQL, UNIX / LINUX and MQ.

Expected : The Senior JAVA developer will be responsible for providing enhancements and resolving defects for production ICS and RM&D applications and for leading contract support teams as required. The initial focus will be on Prognostic Tools to support the RM&D center in Erie and our Fuel Optimization products to support ongoing commercial Commitments.

Essential Responsibilities:
Support and enhance production software products
Serve as a lead developer for a contract support teams.
Complete feasibility analysis and prototyping.
Generate clear and concise designs with code-level documentation
Generate and execute unit and integrated test cases to ensure software
Investigate and innovate with new technologies and methodologies.
Collaborate with cross functional stakeholders to ensure product
Provide timely and accurate estimates for project deliverables.

Minimum 3 years experience with object oriented design, data modeling and analysis methodologies.
Minimum 3years experience programming in J2EE, JUnit, RMI, JDO/ Hibernate, web services, and Oracle & Oracle PL/SQL,Design concepts.
Minimum 3 years experience programming on UNIX / LINUX and MQ.
Minimum 2 years experience using Spring Framework, SOA.

Desired (Internal):
Strong interpersonal and written communication skills
Master's degree in Computer Science or Computer Engineering
Experience using web services, ESB, and relational databases (MySQL)
Experience leading small teams and development projects
Ability to work in a fast paced, multi-site development organization
Highly innovative in working through difficult problems and obstacles.

I hope this profile interests you and request you to mail (or refer) us your updated resume in a word format along with the CTC details at the earliest at .

Feel free to contact for any further details/queries.

Warm Regards
Rakhi Sen
Vibrant Serve
Job Skills :
Core Java, J2EE, JUnit, RMI, JDO/Hibernate, web services,Spring Framework,SOA,Oracle, My SQL, UNIX / LINUX and MQ.o

Saudi Aramco seeks a Flight Pilot to work as a Training Captain in the Aviation Department

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Job Title    Training Captain
Division    Airplane Air Crew Div
Position Description    Saudi Aramco seeks a flight pilot with experience in training to work as a Training Captain in the Aviation Department. Successful candidate will conduct formal training for pilots/flight crews in the operation of the Company’s aircrafts and systems and instruct them in Company/foreign government rules and regulations that apply to company flights.
Minimum Requirements    - BA/BS Degree. Federal Aviation Administration Airline Transport Pilot Certificate with required ratings. Federal Aviation Administration Certified Flight Instructor Certificate for airplanes and instruments, or military background as flight instructor is desirable. FAA First Class Medical Certificate.
- A minimum of 5,500 hours of total flight time and 8 years active flying experience.
- Must hold FAA Type Rating on assigned aircraft and have experience in aircraft with maximum takeoff weights in excess of 60,000 lbs.
- Valid Airline Transport Pilot (ATP) certificate issued by the U.S. FAA to operate single and multi engine aircraft. Prior command time on B-737, ERJ-170/190 or G550 proficient within the past 12 months.
- Must have a comprehensive knowledge of flight procedures, radio procedures, navigation, weather and geography of the Middle East. Must be acquainted with the laws and regulations pertaining to flight clearances, air freight, and passengers internationally.
- Excellent command of written and oral English.
- Licenses required: ATP / CFI / CFII
Duties & Responsibilities    - Evaluates the proficiency and qualifications of pilots/flight crews by accompanying them on periodic flights, notes performance, compliance or infringement of Company, Government or United States Federal Aviation Administration regulations or procedures by flight crews. Compiles reports of findings in accordance with established procedures.
- Instructs crews in Company rules and regulations as well as foreign government regulations which apply in the course of Company flights.
- Conducts formal training for applicable pilots/flight crews in the operation of aircraft and its systems. Conducts reviews of subjects such as aircraft systems, emergency procedures, international and national regulations and Company procedures.
- Provides constant evaluation of crew qualification and proficiency including tests and checks involving crew coordination, instrument flight proficiency, normal and emergency procedures, long-range navigation, cruise control and techniques required during extended international operations.
- Maintains crew qualification and proficiency records in accordance with established procedures. Develops new procedures as necessary to provide adequate evaluation.
- Pilots Company airplanes as Pilot-In-Command when required to meet flight schedules and maintain flight proficiency.
- Designs and implements schedules, and conducts ground and flight training programs.
- Evaluates existing procedures, manuals, and operational policies to assure currency and accuracy.
- At the discretion of the Chief Pilot, the Training Captain will assume the duties of the Fleet Captain when Chief Pilot is on business trips, vacation or otherwise unable to perform their duties.
- Provides Fleet Manager assistance in the management of administrative areas and assists in the implementation of emerging technology.
About Us    Saudi Aramco’s domestic operations span the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and include the exploration for and production of oil and natural gas, refining, petrochemicals and distribution – none of which would be possible without the support of the Operations Services business line. Operations Services encompasses such vital support activities as aviation, marine, transportation, power distribution, materials supply and information technology. Saudi Aramco operates one of the world’s largest corporate aviation fleets, composed of fixed and rotary-wing aircraft whose flight and maintenance crews are among the best in the business. The company’s marine operations include oil spill fighting vessels, harbor pilot craft, tugboats for terminal operations and a variety of service ships. The areas of transportation, power distribution and materials supply are critical components of Saudi Aramco’s large array of complex petroleum and petrochemical facilities that provide a reliable supply of energy to people in the Kingdom and around the globe. The company’s IT infrastructure, including its communications networks, provides the methods and the means for the people of Saudi Aramco, no matter where they are, to stay connected and sustain the Company’s legacy of success.
Req Number    I01-70023967A

Boeing Company to Increase B777 Production in 2013

Boeing says it's again increasing the production rate for its 777 aircraft due to strong customer demand.

The Chicago company said Monday it will boost output to 8.3 of the 777 planes a month in the first quarter of 2013. In March it announced plans to increase production to seven airplanes per month from five starting in the middle of next year.

United Airlines first placed the 777 into service in 1995. There have been 907 deliveries of the aircraft, which comes in several different versions including a long-range freighter.

Boeing says it has a backlog of more than 250 777s and that suppliers are prepared for its production increases. - SEATTLE

Aircraft Maintenance Engineer Jobs on Cessna Aircraft | Focus Energy Ltd

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Aircraft Maintenance Engineering

QCM Jobs on Cessna Aircraft – model 206 and abov

Company Name :     Focus Energy Ltd
Job Designation :     Aircraft Maintenance Engineer
Qualification :     Any Graduate, Any Postgraduate
Experience :     Min  (4) Year  Max  (6) Year
Job Description :     QCM for Cessna Aircraft – model 206 and above .
Functional Area :     Travel, Ticketing, Airlines
Location :     Gurgaon
Country :     India
How to Apply :     Company has requested to submit the CV online Form


AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE ENGINEERING TRAINEE needed Interglobe Aviation Limited ("IndiGo")

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AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE TRAINEE  Interglobe Aviation Limited ("IndiGo")

AME Trainee Experience:

0 - 1 Years


UG - Diploma - Engineering PG - Post Graduation Not Required
Industry Type:

Hotels/ Restaurants/Airlines/Travel

Aviation Engneer
Functional Area:

Travel, Ticketing, Airlines
Posted Date:

15 Dec
Desired Candidate Profile

- AME Diploma

- Good Acedemic Background

- Good Communication skills

- Minimum 6 months training on Boeing / A-320 / ATR

- Willing to work anywhere in India


Company Profile
InterGlobe Enterprises is one of the fastest growing companies in the Indian travel industry. We offer the entire gamut of travel related services to the international traveler. InterGlobe Enterprises have six division, namely InterGlobe Air Transport Management (IGAT), Galileo India Ltd. (GAL), InterGlobe Technologies Solutions Ltd. (IGTS), InterGlobe Hotels Pvt. Ltd., InterGlobe Technology Quotient (ITQ) And InterGlobe Cruises.
IGAT is in the business of Air Transport Management. It is a GSA ( general sales agency) for various International Airlines like Virgin Atlantic, South African Airlines, SAS, China Eastern Airlines Turkish Airlines etc.

Contact Details
Company Name:

Interglobe Aviation Limited ("IndiGo")
Executive Name:


Interglobe Enterprises Limited
3rd Floor, Tower C Global Business Park Gurgaon
GURGAON,Haryana,India 122002


InterGlobe Aviation Ltd. (IndiGo) Hiring Aircraft Maintenance Engineer Trainee

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Aircraft Maintenance Engineer Trainee - A&C InterGlobe Aviation Ltd. (IndiGo)



2 - 7 Years
Location: Delhi/NCR

Education: UG - Diploma - Engineering PG - Post Graduation Not Required

Industry Type: Hotels/ Restaurants/Airlines/Travel


Service/Maintenance Engnr
Functional Area:

Production, Maintenance, Quality

Desired AME Candidate Profile






AME Trainee Job Description

Aircraft Maintenance Engineer Trainee (A & C)

AME’s are responsible on all methods pertaining to certification and quality control.

1. The AME must ensure that his AME license is current and valid on the type of aircraft/engine/systems to be certified by him.

2. To carry out the inspection and certification of work pertaining to the maintenance of airframe and power plant systems and components within the scope of their license and approval.

3. To ensure that all work performed in connection with maintenance is in accordance with the requirements/recommendations of the manufacturers. While carrying out h maintenance work wherever applicable, approved schedule should be followed.

4. It should also be ensured the approved methods, tooling, procedures and materials are used in carrying out the said work.

5. To ensure all worksheets, inspection schedules, logbooks, maintenance records are properly completed.

6. To ensure the snags observed during inspections and those reported by the flight crew during the flight are rectified in an approved method. Major defects and rectifications will be promptly reported and dealt with.

7. To ensure that tools and equipments used during maintenance are calibrated and in serviceable condition.

8. To ensure that only approved materials and parts are used and the approved spares have necessary documentation and certification before installation on the aircraft.

9. To ensure the while handling equipment(s), tools and carrying out any servicing of aircraft or components etc. necessary caution and safety procedures are to be followed.

10. All AME’s approved persons will be responsible to maintain their license current.

11. To maintain discipline and clear environment at his work place.

12. Other duties as assigned by Manager Line Maintenance.


IndiGo Company Profile

InterGlobe Enterprises is one of the fastest growing companies in the Indian travel industry. We offer the entire gamut of travel related services to the international traveler. InterGlobe Enterprises have six division, namely InterGlobe Air Transport Management (IGAT), Galileo India Ltd. (GAL), InterGlobe Technologies Solutions Ltd. (IGTS), InterGlobe Hotels Pvt. Ltd., InterGlobe Technology Quotient (ITQ) And InterGlobe Cruises.
IGAT is in the business of Air Transport Management. It is a GSA ( general sales agency) for various International Airlines like Virgin Atlantic, South African Airlines, SAS, China Eastern Airlines Turkish Airlines etc.

Contact Details
Company Name:

InterGlobe Aviation Ltd. ("IndiGo")
Executive Name:


Interglobe Enterprises Limited
3rd Floor, Tower C Global Business Park Gurgaon
GURGAON,Haryana,India 122002

Reference ID: ENGG / AME TRAINEE - A&C - 004

Aircraft Maintenance | Aeronautical Engineering Education in EMIRATES AVIATION COLLEGES

Aviation Studies U.A.E and how loads of Aerospace | Aeronautical Engineering graduates are still without jobs?

The leading aviation colleges in the Middle East

Job in Emirates Airlines Facts:

Most of the aviation maintenance students dream to be part of the emirates airlines.

But getting a job into Arab airlines is not an easy task, in some cases emirates airlines do help you but there is no guarantee.

It is the situation that no one wants to take an inexperienced aircraft maintenance students in U.A.E before an after recession.

The aviation maintenance/airline companies are looking for an individual who would pick up his tools and start working like a “professional Maintenance Engineer” but all the experience we get back here is sheet metal, wire locking and in "wheels and brakes".

The situation has always been similar for every aircraft maintenance engineering students.

What comes to your mind when you read airline/maintenance company's name? are they part of Emirates groups ?

1) Air Arabia: A “low cost” carrier based in Sharjah the Manager said, "we are a low cost airline and we do not have time nor the money to train new trainee's”. Now  they are charging 820 $ for a month of OJT, they charging students to work for them and even this training wont help you get a job either.

2) Emirates Airlines: They are the only company, which has taken students once a while but to score a job or get OJT you need to have influence.

3) ADAT: Similar situation, to score a job or get OJT you need to have influence.

4) Etihad Airlines: Engineering operations are carried out by ADAT.

5) Fly Dubai: Engineering operations are carried out by Emirates engineering.

6) Jet Aviation: Caries out no OJT training programs (neither is interested) and to get a job you need to have a minimum of five years of working experience.

7) ExecuJet: Caries out no OJT programs (neither is interested) and to get a job you need to have a minimum of five years of working experience.

8) Dolphin Air: Caries out no OJT programs (neither is interested) and to get a job you need to have a minimum of five years of working experience.

9) Ave Air- Caries out no OJT programs (neither is interested) and to get a job you need to have a minimum of five years of working experience.

10) Royal Air wing: Will never employ a fresh graduate.

11) Airbus Middle East: “Go on the website and check, they do not carry out such engineering apprenticeship maintenance programs . In U.A.E and Airbus Middle East only hire from Europe.

12) Boeing Middle East : They also do not carry out such programs In U.A.E and they only hire from U.S.A.

13) Aerovista, Air Cess, Al Jaber Aviation, Al Rais Cargo, Eastern SkyJets, Falcon Aviation Services, Falcon Express Cargo Airlines, Kang Pacific Airlines, Maximus Air Cargo, Midex Airlines, Palm Aviation, Royal Jet, SkyLink Arabia and Western Aviation.

All these airlines have the similar situations they have 3rd party maintenance by companies mentioned above or similar OJT and job conditions which are not very graduate friendly.

The thing i have shared with you is the condition of a Aerospace Engineering Graduates career situation in U.A.E and how loads of aircraft maintenance engineer graduates are still without jobs.

Aircraft Engineering Licensed EASA Job Oppurtunities

 Aircraft Engineers | Jobs Aviation Maintenance Jobs | Aerospace Engineering Jobs

 EASA Licensed Aircraft Engineer

Salary band -     Any     Expires -     22nd Dec 2010
Salary details -     ON APPLICATION     Posted -     24th Nov 2010
Location -     Europe
Viewed -
Job categories -    Licensed Maintenance - Base, Licensed Maintenance - Line
Company -
Our client based in Europe is an International provider of Business Jet Services and Maintenance and has instructed to source applicants for the following role: Licensed Aircraft Engineer - Gulfstream/Bombardier/Falcon/business Jets   Description/Tasks: Performs work on complex aircraft systems, including trouble shooting, functionals and operational checks in accordance with ratings and experience Adjusting, aligning

2. Technical Services Engineer

by Cimber Sterling A/S 
Expires -     21st Dec 2010
Salary details -     Competitive Salary + Benefits     Posted - 23rd Nov 2010
Location -     Europe, Denmark

Job categories -   Licensed Maintenance - Base, Systems/Software/Communications, Electronic and Systems Engineer, Aero Engineer

Company-     Cimber Sterling A/S

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Cimber Air Maintenance Center A/S in Denmark seeks an experienced Technical Services Engineer Supporting our Base Maintenance Departments in S√łnderborg and Billund.Cimber is seeking an experienced Technical Services Engineer with a proven track record, for an exciting position in support of our (EASA PART 145) Base Maintenance Department. Cimber Air Maintenance Center (CAMC) A/S is a standalone company and part of Cimber Holding


Salary band -     Any     Expires -     12th Jan 2011
Salary details -     ON APPLICATION     Posted -     15th Dec 2010
Location -     North East

Job categories -    Planning/Product

Viewed - has been instructed to source a Maintenance Planner for a permanent position in the UK. The successful candidate will be responsible for planning all aspects of aircraft maintenance and updating base maintenance input plans. Responsibilities will also include close liaison with internal departments and external companies to ensure our fleet continues to be maintained to their maintenance programmes. They will also assist.

Kingfisher is the first Indian carrier to have placed orders for the world's largest Aircraft, A-380s

Vijay Mallya's Kingfisher Airlines placed orders to purchase 50 wide-bodied and single-aisle aircraft from the European consortium Airbus Industrie worth billions of dollars.

The deal was signed at the ongoing Paris Airshow by the UB Group Chairman himself and Airbus COO John Leahy on Wednesday, according to an Airbus spokesperson. The agreement is for the purchase of 15 A350-800 XWBs (extended wide-bodied), ten A330-200s, five A340-500s and 20 aircraft from the A320 family, that is A-318s, A-319s, A-320s and A-321s. Kingfisher is the first Indian carrier to have placed orders for the world's largest aircraft, A-380s. It will purchase five of these planes which are expected to be delivered by 2011-12. After signing the deal at the Le Bourget airport, Mallya said his airline's strategy was to open ‘new long haul routes and expand existing ones’. "With the A340-500 and then the A350 XWB, we will be able to offer direct routes between India and the US for example.

The A330 will allow us to expand services to Europe and the A320s will help us meet demand in our home region", he said. Kingfisher is yet to be permitted by the government to operate globally as it has not completed the mandatory five years of domestic operations, though it satisfies the other condition for international operations of having a 20-aircraft fleet.

This signifies better aviation job opportunities and growth of  aircraft maintenance engineering job vacancies.

Jet Airways is Hiring Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineers

Jet Airways is currently hiring Aircraft Maintenance Mechanics.

Minimum Requirements
Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineer

Minimum 10 years of experience as certified maintenance engineer
Rated on either B737 NG, ATR 72, Boeing 777 or Airbus 330
Indian license holders are given preference

Engineering Support Professionals
Experienced in Engineering Materials, Planning, Technical Services & Quality Control

Company Head Quarters:

Jet Airways
Andheri - Kurla Road
Andheri (East)
Mumbai 400059

Aeronautical Engineering | Aircraft Maintenance Job Opportunities in Kingfisher Airlines

Jobs for Aviation people:

Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Job Opportunities

Kingfisher Airlines is currently hiring aircraft mechanics.

Positions are for Technical Services Engineers for Power plant and Airframe.
Minimum Requirements:

 Graduate in Engineering (Mechanical/ Aeronautical)
  •  2 Years Aviation - related industry Experience
  •  Good computer skills and Regulatory procedures

Company Head Quarters:

Kingfisher Airlines
Kingfisher House
Western Express Highway
Vile Parle East
Mumbai 400099

Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Job Vacancies in kingfisher and Jet Airways

Aircraft Maintenance Engineering License Job Openings kingfisher and Jet airways 

kingfisher and Jet airways  are currently hiring aviation people for the aircraft maintenance jobs.
Interview for AMEs  king Fisher Conducting Interview for technical training and job for AMEs in December 2010, AME Exam pattern 2011 onwards  AME exams will be based on new CAR (Mechanical / Avionics stream)

Best Wishes

Aerospace Engineering Job vacancies at Mahindra Satyam's Integrated Engineering Solutions (IES) Hyderabad

  Jobs in Hyderabad for Aerospace/Automotive Engineers

Mahindra Satyam is Recruiting Aerospace Engineering Graduate

Mahindra Satyam Aerospace Young Engineer Awards 2010 - Are you game for a challenge?
With a view to recognize and encourage outstanding talent amongst engineering students across India, Mahindra Satyam has instituted an annual award- "Aerospace Young Engineer". Nominations are invited from the students of aerospace engineering (graduate, post graduate and research scholars) in the areas of structures, controls, aerodynamics and avionics. A cash prize of Rs 50,000, Rs 30,000 and Rs 20,000 will be respectively awarded for the papers adjudged in first, second, and third places.

For full details go to: An engineering wizard, you are an expert in taking on the toughest technical challenges, exploring newer ways of doing things quicker, and innovating. Mahindra Satyam's Integrated Engineering Solutions (IES) practice invites you to do just that! Our Integrated Engineering Solutions (IES) practice provides premium engineering and product development solutions to support a given engineered product through its life cycle. With a keen eye on aesthetics, ergonomics, safety and reliability, our engineers and designers shape thoughts to reality. With a strong engineering domain expertise, we provide world-class, cost-effective solutions to global businesses across Aerospace & Defense, Automotive, Consumer, Industrial and Telecom industries.

 Mahindra Satyam's Integrated Engineering Solutions (IES) -


 GIS Development Engineer

Category: Engineering

Job Location: Hyderabad.

Reference Code: GIS
Automotive Electronics Engineer (Hardware, Infotainment, Firmware)

Category: Automotive

Job Locations: Bangalore, Chennai.

Reference Code: AutomotiveElectronic
Avionics Engineer

Category: Engineering

Job Locations: Bangalore, Pune.

Reference Code: Avionics
Aerospace Engineer

Category: Aerospace/Aviation

With experience on Composites and Structures. Job Locations: Bangalore.

Reference Code: Aerospace Engineer

Send you updated resume with the job code relevant to your candidature, experience and job location in the subject line (Eg: Product Design, 5 yrs exp, Bangalore) to

For more aviation jobs visit  Hyderabad Jobs

Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Job Vacancies at GMR Hyderabad International Airport Ltd. (GHIAL)

Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Job Vacancies at GMR Hyderabad International Airport Ltd.(GHIAL)

MAS-GMR Aerospace Engineering Co. Ltd. (MGAE) is a joint venture between Malaysian Aerospace Engineering Sdn. Bhd. (MAE) ( & GMR Hyderabad International Airport Ltd. (GHIAL) (

MGAE will establish an integrated, world class, state-of-the-art Maintenance, Repair of Overhaul (MRO) facility at SEZ, Rajiv Gandhi Internatinal Airport, Hyderabad, A.P., India. for providing aviation infrastructure and end-to-end facilities for Domestic & International Airlines. The MRO facility consists of narrow-body, wide-body and a paint hangar. These hangars are supported by workshops necessary for airframe maintenance. MGAE shall perform base-maintenance check for Boeing 737 NG, ATRs, Airbus 320, A330 and Boeing 777 aircrafts.

GMR Airport New office, Level IV, shamshabad, Hyderabad-500 409, AP, India.

Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineering

Category: Aerospace/Aviation

Aircraft Type * B737 Classic & NG (B737-600/700/800/900) * ATRs 42/72 * A320 (A318/A319/A320/A321) License Category *Mechanical-Airframe and/or Engines *Avionics-Electrical System/Instrument System/Radio Navigation System. Previous work experience as Licensed AME should include minimum two years exposure with any aircraft type specified above. Possession of a valid license or relevant work experience on B737 Classic, A330/B777 would be an added advantage. Remuneration commensurate with experience.

Applications are invited from qualified candidates for the position of Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineering  to be based at Shashabad, Hyderabad, A.P.

Candidates must be in possession of a Valid India DGCA license Type Rated for any one or more of the above mentioned aircraft type and license categories.

Applications should reach the following address on or before 22nd Nov 2010 superscribed 
"Application for Licensed AME" The General Manager - Human Resources, MAS GMR Aerospace Engineering Co.Ltd. GMR Airport New office, Level IV, Shamshabad, Hyderabad-500 409, AP, India.

More information on job vacancies related to Aviation industry visit  Hyderabad Jobs

Aircraft Maintenance Engineering 3-Spool-Engine Concept

Aircraft Engine Maintenance 3-Spool-Engine Concepts

What is triple spool design on the RB211? what are the advantages/disadvantages?

A 3 spool engine is one that has three sets of compressors before the combustor and three sets of turbines behind it.

A spool is made up of a compressor and a corresponding turbine used to extract the power from the exhaust gasses to turn the compressor.

Each spool is given a name. N1, N2, and N3. N1 is the large fan section in front of the engine. N2 is the low pressure compressor section. And N3 is the high pressure compressor section. Some engines incorporate N2 And N3 into one rotating mass and call it N2. Hence the double spool engine.

Each section of the compressor wants to rotate at it's own speed, and if allowed to do so as in a triple spool engine, it is able to operate more efficiently. It can turn at it's optimum speed, and not have to compromise between the optimum speed for the N2 and N3 sections when attached in the double spool engine.

All modern engine have 2 sets of compressors (HP and LP) and a fan section providing a vast majority of the thrust.

In a 2 spool motor the HP section and the LP section are joined. The number of spools in an engine tells how many sets of compressor blades and corresponding sets of turbine blades the engine has. A single spool engine has one set of each, a double spool engine has two sets of each, and a triple spool engine has three sets of each.

3 Spool Engine advantages and disadvantages:
  • More sets of blades results in a greater engine weight, but the corresponding increase in thrust possible more than offsets the weight increase.
The drawbacks of a 3 spool engine are increased weight, complexity, and cost to purchase and overhaul, but they are the most efficient engine flying.

Aero Engine Triple Spool Design minimize Engine Surges is the majar advantage of 3 Spool Concept

Major advantage of triple spool design is it's ability to minimize engine surges thus they are the most efficient engine flying.

As mentioned by JETPILOT, namely that the more spools you have, the better because then they will be allowed to spin at their own speed given their spool mass.

Let's say you're at takeoff power with for example a double spool engine. The heavy N1 spool is turning at it's own RPM and so is the lighter N2. Now you chop off the power. The lighter N2 will drop in RPM much quicker then the heavy N1 with it's huge fan. So what happens is that the N1 compressors are feeding way too much air to the second (HP) compressor.

Where is all that excess air gonna go ?
Well in extreme cases you can have a very damaging engine surge in which air will flow in the wrong way through the engine. Most of todays engines have very sophisticated computer controlled "bypass doors" that let the air escape from the compressor casing.
But the chance of engine surges always remains. If you have three spools, the weight difference is spread over 3 spools thus drastically reducing the chance of engine surges.

EASA Examination Modules Question paper & Study Material - Part 1

European Aviation Safety Agency Study material and Question modules:

Module  Study Material 01    



Electrical Fundamental

Electronic Fundamental

Electronic Fundamental

Digital Techniques & EIS

Materials & Hardwares

Maintenance Practices

Basic Aerodynamics

Human Factor

Aviation Legislations

Aeroplane Aerodynamics Structure & Systems

Aeroplane Aerodynamics Structure & Systems

Helicopter Aerodynamics Structure & Systems

Aeroplane Aerodynamics Structure & Systems (B2)


Gas Turbine Engine

Piston Engine


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Tips for Proper Aircraft Tire Maintenance - Goodyear Expert

Aircraft tire/wheel assemblies can lose up to 5 percent of their pressure each day.
When it comes to aircraft tire maintenance, few people in the industry have visited more hangars and seen all manner of service work and maintenance procedures than Goodyear Aviation’s Rob Robson.

Robson is a Product Support Manager for The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, and for more than 10 years he’s been immersed in aircraft tire product support for everything from piston singles to helicopters and fighter jets.

By his own count, Robson has witnessed numerous aircraft tire maintenance procedures and has inspected hundreds of worn tires. He has seen firsthand the ill effects of improper maintenance. As a result, Robson can offer valuable advice for those who wish to better understand how proper aircraft tire maintenance can help to deliver more landings.

The most important factor of any aircraft tire maintenance program is maintaining proper inflation pressure. 
According to Robson, the problems created by incorrect inflation can be severe. Over inflation often leads to uneven tread wear and reduced traction, makes the tread more susceptible to cutting, and places greater stress on aircraft wheels. Under inflation creates faster tread wear on the shoulders, damages the tire’s innerliner, and greatly increases the stress and flex heating in the tire that can lead to tire failure.
 “Because aircraft tire/wheel assemblies can lose up to 5 percent of their pressure each day, they need to be checked daily, or before each flight, with a calibrated pressure gauge when the tire is at ambient temperature (not heated by taxiing). Any tire that’s been run more than 10 percent underinflated should be removed from service,” Robson said. The industry veteran also recommends filling tubeless assemblies with nitrogen instead of air because it’s dry and non-combustible.

Another key area of aircraft tire maintenance:
  • Lookout for no harmful chemicals are used or spilled on the tires. 
  • Keep hangar floors clean of all debris to avoid foreign object damage to the tires. 
  • It is also important to inspect the tires closely, in addition to checking tire pressure, during pre-flights to check for any damage to the tires from service.

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Tata Advanced Systems Ltd will launch the First Sikrosky-92 Helicopter Cabin Manufacture facility in the Aerospace and Precision Engineering SEZ in Hyderabad, India

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 Tata's first copter cabin to be launched today on the outskirts of Hyderabad(City of Biryani)

The TASL, as anchor industry, sighed MoU with USA-based Sikorsky Aircraft Corp. to manufacture S-92 helicopter cabins in India. Tata company had announced that the first phase of the facility would be completed within a period of eight to 10 months. True to its word, the first Sikorsy S-92 helicopter cabin made in India would be delivered on November 7, 15 days ahead of the schedule, for shipment to Sikrosky. Mr. Ratan N. Tata, Chairman, Tata Sons and Mr. Louis Chenevert, Chairman United Technologies Corporation would attend the event to be presided over by Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister K. Rosaiah.

The first notified Aerospace SEZ in the country would ultimately be transformed into a major hub for high-end manufacturing related to whole gamut of aerospace in India and would help in attracting investments in aerospace industry to Hyderabad and elsewhere in the country, said B.P.Acharya, Principal Secretary, Industries. Mr. Acharya, who was heading the APIIC, said Sikorsky which has a comprehensive manufacturing unit in Japan, proposed to shift the entire unit to Aerospace SEZ in a phased manner.

SEZ also attracted Israel-based Nova integrated systems for manufacture of unmanned aircraft, apart from the indigenous Samuha Engineering Industries.

Aerospace SEZ to become global hub for high-end manufacturing

“Pratt & Whitney provides Singapore Airlines Cargo with EcoPower® Engine Wash- Reduce Carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions and Fuel burn.”

Singapore Airlines Cargo continually improving Environmental performance.
Tan Kai Ping, president of Singapore Airlines Cargo said, “We Strengthens Commitment to Environment With Pratt & Whitney EcoPower® Engine Wash- reducing carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions and fuel burn.

MRO ASIA – Singapore, – Singapore Airlines Cargo has signed a three-year agreement for Pratt & Whitney’s environmentally friendly EcoPower engine wash service. The washes will be performed by Eagle Services ASIA, a joint venture between Pratt & Whitney and Singapore Airlines Engineering Company, for the airline’s PW4000-94” engines powering its fleet of Boeing 747-400 freighter aircraft. Pratt & Whitney is a United Technologies Corp. (NYSE:UTX) company.

Singapore Airlines Cargo, a wholly owned subsidiary of Singapore Airlines formed in 2001, is one of the world’s largest operators of B747-400 freighters. Singapore Airlines Cargo flies more than 600 flights a week throughout its network of over 70 cities in more than 30 countries around the world.

“Pratt & Whitney is to provide Singapore Airlines Cargo with a quick and effective way to further advance its environmental performance,” said Andrew Tanner, vice president, Product Line Management, Pratt & Whitney. “EcoPower engine wash provides quantifiable environmental and economical benefits. This is demonstrated by the more than 15,200 washes performed on 54 different engine models.”

Pratt & Whitney's EcoPower Engine Environmental and Economical benefits:
  • Engine wash system reduces fuel burn by as much as 1.2 percent, eliminating approximately three pounds of carbon dioxide emissions for every pound of fuel
  • Also decreasing engine gas temperature thus increasing the amount of time an engine can stay on wing
Pratt & Whitney is a world leader in the design, manufacture and service of aircraft engines, space propulsion systems and industrial gas turbines. United Technologies, based in Hartford, Conn., is a diversified company providing high technology products and services to the global aerospace and commercial building industries.

EcoPower is a registered trademark of United Technologies Corporation.

History of Aviation: Leonardo da Vinci made the First Real Studies of Flight in the 1480's - The Ornithopter

1485 Leonardo da Vinci - The Ornithopter

Leonardo da Vinci made the first real studies of flight in the 1480's. He had over 100 drawings that illustrated his theories on flight.
Leonardo da Vinci's Ornithopter
The Ornithopter flying machine was never actually created. It was a design that Leonardo da Vinci created to show how man could fly. The modern day helicopter is based on this concept.

Early Efforts of Flight

Around 400 BC – China
The discovery of the kite that could fly in the air by the Chinese started humans thinking about flying. Kites were used by the Chinese in religious ceremonies. They built many colorful kites for fun, also. More sophisticated kites were used to test weather conditions. Kites have been important to the invention of flight as they were the forerunner to balloons and gliders.

Humans try to fly like birds
For many centuries, humans have tried to fly just like the birds. Wings made of feathers or light weight wood have been attached to arms to test their ability to fly. The results were often disastrous as the muscles of the human arms are not like a birds and can not move with the strength of a bird.

Hero and the Aeolipile
Aeolipile The ancient Greek engineer, Hero of Alexandria, worked with air pressure and steam to create sources of power. One experiment that he developed was the aeolipile which used jets of steam to create rotary motion.
Hero mounted a sphere on top of a water kettle. A fire below the kettle turned the water into steam, and the gas traveled through pipes to the sphere. Two L-shaped tubes on opposite sides of the sphere allowed the gas to escape, which gave a thrust to the sphere that caused it to rotate.

Joseph and Jacques Montgolfier- the First Hot Air Balloon -1783
The brothers, Joseph Michel and Jacques Etienne Montgolfier, were inventors of the first hot air balloon. They used the smoke from a fire to blow hot air into a silk bag. The silk bag was attached to a basket. The hot air then rose and allowed the balloon to be lighter-than-air.

In 1783, the first passengers in the colorful balloon were a sheep, rooster and duck. It climbed to a height of about 6,000 feet and traveled more than 1 mile. After this first success, the brothers began to send men up in balloons. The first manned flight was on November 21, 1783, the passengers were Jean-Francois Pilatre de Rozier and Francois Laurent.

George Cayley - 1799 - 1850's
Over 50 years he made improvements to the gliders. He changed the shape of the wings so that the air would flow over the wings correctly. He designed a tail for the gliders to help with the stability. He tried a biplane design to add strength to the glider. He also recognized that there would be a need for power if the flight was to be in the air for a long time.
George Cayley worked to discover a way that man could fly. He designed many different versions of gliders that used the movements of the body to control. A young boy, whose name is not known, was the first to fly one of his gliders.

19th And 20th Century Efforts
Otto Lilienthal 1891
German engineer, Otto Lilienthal, studied aerodynamics and worked to design a glider that would fly. He was the first person to design a glider that could fly a person and was able to fly long distances.

He was fascinated by the idea of flight. Based on his studies of birds and how they fly, he wrote a book on aerodynamics that was published in 1889 and this text was used by the Wright Brothers as the basis for their designs.After more than 2500 flights, he was killed when he lost control because of a sudden strong wind and crashed into the ground.

Samuel P. Langley 1891
Samuel Langley was an astronomer, who realized that power was needed to help man fly. He built a model of a plane, which he called an aerodrome, that included a steam-powered engine. In 1891, his model flew for 3/4s of a mile before running out of fuel.

Langley received a $50,000 grant to build a full sized aerodrome. It was too heavy to fly and it crashed. He was very disappointed. He gave up trying to fly. His major contributions to flight involved attempts at adding a power plant to a glider. He was also well known as the director of the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, DC

Orville and Wilbur Wright and the First Flight 1903
Orville and Wilbur Wright were very deliberate in their quest for flight. First, they spent many years learning about all the early developments of flight. They completed detailed research of what other early inventors had done. They read all the literature that was published up to that time. Then, they began to test the early theories with balloons and kites. They learned about how the wind would help with the flight and how it could affect the surfaces once up in the air.
The next step was to test the shapes of gliders much like George Cayley did when he was testing the many different shapes that would fly. They spent much time testing and learning about how gliders could be controlled.

They designed and used a wind tunnel to test the shapes of the wings and the tails of the gliders. After they found a glider shape that consistently would fly in the tests in the North Carolina Outer Banks dunes, then they turned their attention to how to create a propulsion system that would create the lift needed to fly.
The early engine that they used generated almost 12 horsepower.

The Wright Brother's Flyer
The "Flyer" lifted from level ground to the north of Big Kill Devil Hill, at 10:35 a.m., on December 17, 1903. Orville piloted the plane which weighed six hundred and five pounds..

Actual Flight of The Flyer at Kitty Hawk
The first heavier-than-air flight traveled one hundred twenty feet in twelve seconds. The two brothers took turns during the test flights. It was Orville's turn to test the plane, so he is the brother that is credited with the first flight.

Humankind was now able to fly! During the next century, many new airplanes and engines were developed to help transport people, luggage, cargo, military personnel and weapons. The 20th century's advances were all based on this first flight at Kitty Hawk by the American Brothers from Ohio.

Best iPhone App For Aerospace|Aeronautical Maintenance Engineering Students: Explore The Mysteries of Universe on your iPhone

The NASA App for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad.

Are you in a mood of  Space Exploration? NASA has developed an iphone application NASA App HD for the iPad that will remain you online and in touch with space. At the touch of your screen unfold the hidden mysteries of the universe, access to all the answer the universe has to offer.

iPhone application NASA App HD by NASA combines all of your favorite NASA images, videos, missions and information into one, easy-to-use, application. It's available free of charge on the App Store from Apple directly on iPhone, iPod touch and iPad or within iTunes. WiFi or 3G network connection required, no flash is required for this iphone app.


• Thousands of images from NASA IOTD, APOD and
• On demand NASA Videos from around the agency
• Live Streaming of NASA TV
• Current NASA Mission Information
• Launch Information & Countdown clocks
• Current Visible Passes for the International Space Station (ISS)
• ISS and Earth Orbiting Satellite Tracker
• NASA Twitter Feeds from around the agency
• Facebook® Connect and Integrated Twitter™ client for easy sharing
• Map and links to all of the NASA centers
• Quick links to the NASA topic areas
• Featured content section

This iPhone App alone is almost worth the price of your iPad. (available free of charge on the App Store from Apple)

Must See Aviation Movies: Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines

Men and Flying Machines-Tom Cruise
 Recently i watched the movie Top Gun starring Global Hero Tom Cruise and Kelly McGillis. The film delivered excellent sound track- "Take My Breath Away" in the opening is superb. Definitely a film best seen on big screen with 70mm and DTS sound. After watching movie i felt Top Gun is the best aviation movie ever made in terms of the actual flying sequences(aerial photography and real dog fighting scenes)

Further, an interest occupied in me to collect great aviation movies made on Men and Flying Machines. And guys, here is the list of movies on aviation worth to spend time and as being in aviation industry i feel that one should watch these best aviation movies ever made.

Watching is Believing it!

Coincidence: the airplane and the motion picture came into their own existence at nearly the same period of time. The Wright Flyer December 7,1903, Kitty Hawk,NC

"Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines" (1965): The movie nicely convey just how magnificent flying truly was in the first decade of flight. beautiful scenery. early flying machines.

"Wings" (1927): Wings was awarded the first-ever Best Motion Picture Oscar in 1929. In the movie we can see a few World War I aircraft, including a Spad VII, a Fokker D.VII and an S.E.5a, also make appearances. Terrific flight sequences.

"Only Angels Have Wings" (1930): Daredevil spirit of the South American mail pilots of the 1930s.

"Spirit of St Louis" : Watch "The poetry & romance of aviation."

"Twelve O'clock High" (1949): Twelve O'clock High is of course about leadership and command more than it is about airplanes.

"Strategic Air Command" (1955): The aerial shots of the Convair B-36 and Boeing B-47 in Strategic Air Command are perhaps the most beautiful ever filmed.

"The Edge": Shots gorgeous flying in snowy peaks,music lilting score. Eye catching Stunning crash sequence."

"The Blue Max" (1966): The title of this film comes from the British nickname for the German medal awarded to First World War aces who scored a minimum of 20 ‘kills’.The Blue Max, the first (to my knowledge) WWI aviation film made in color.

"Battle of Britain" (1969): This film has collected together the greatest collection of Second World War aircraft ever marshalled for a movie.Great efforts were made to ensure that the film was authentic and real.

"No Highway In The Sky": Intellectual plotted suspense story on metal fatigue. Stewart and Deitrich keep it pleasurable to watch."

"The Bridges at Toko-Ri" (1954): A few films were made on the Korean war one to list is "Toko-Ri", was the first movie about the air war, followed four years later by "The Hunters".

“The Great Waldo Pepper” (1975): Great movie with great title even greater flying stunts. A tale of an American First World War pilot. Very watchable fun and excitement.

Below are my personal favorite Aviation Movies:

"October Sky": "A truly amazing movie". Lacking of inspiration? down and beaten hard? Then this is the movie you should and must watch for. Full of spirit, uplifting your emotions, very motivating and make feel to purse your dreams come true. Four high school students who taught themselves to build and fly real rockets.

"Top Gun": This movie is visual treat to watch.

"The Aviator": Leonard DiCaprio who here has the most challenging role of his career.This movie conveys the adrenalin excitement and social transformation of modern aviation.

"Pearl Harbor": "Pearl Harbor" cost $135M - and special effects have become breathtaking - Industrial Light & Magic once again produce visual miracles.

"Behind Enemy Lines"
: There are terrifically atmospheric shots of the aircraft carrier that is the crew’s base and some really exciting film of the F-18 Hornet that is their ‘mount’.

“Black Hawk Down” (2001): The film is a celebration of comradeship and heroism. Never have I seen a film which demonstrates so effectively the way combat troops and helicopters can be integrated as a fighting force.

: Worthy and entertaining film. World War One before the USA eventually entered the war.

"Flight of the Phoenix": After a plane crash in the Mongolian desert, survivors work together to build a new plane.

Hope, the collection of movies were encouraging and are pleasurable to watch.
If any, Please suggest your favorite aviation movies.

Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Specialization in one year Approved By Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore(CAAS) Cat A1

 If you are interested in a career in Aircraft Maintenance Engineering and would rise to the challenge of maintaining a plane, and Looking for Specialization in Aircraft Maintenance Engineering or a B.Eng(Hons) in Aircraft Maintenance Engineering or Higher Certification in Aerospace Maintenance( Aircraft Maintenance), then the below courses are for you:

Air Transport Training College(ATTC) is a one stop professinal solutions for Aviation Training. AATC is a professional development centre of the sigapore institute of aerospace engineers. Air Transport Training College(ATTC) provides professinal training in aerospace engineering and aviation management. The college awards Diplomas, Masters and Specialization degrees.


Specialist Diploma in Aircraft Maintenance and Engineering (SAME)

Course Description: The SAME Programme fully meets the requirements of skills required for the Aerospace industry as well as providing you with the basic knowledge needed to be employed in an aircraft line maintenance environment.

Course Duration: Full-Time one year (2 semesters)

CAREER PROSPECT: Students who graduate with the diploma and obtained the CAAS SAR-66 Cat A1 License* will find prospect for employment in the Aerospace industry locally and internationally. one year of additional relevant Aircraft Maintenance Experience is required

COURSE FEES: SGD(Singapore Dollar) 18500 + 7% GST*

Foundation Degree in Aircraft Engineering (FdEng)

Course Objectives: This is a 2 year full-time degree programme designed to cover the basic knowledge requirements for the SAR Part 66 Cat B 1.1 license and the FdEng requirements of Kingston University London. Successful Graduates from this FdEng programme will have the option to proceed to a 3rd year at  Kingston University London towards a BEng(Hons) in Aircraft Engineering.

CAREER PROSPECT: Students who graduate with the B.Eng(Hons) and obtained the CAAS SAR-66 Cat A1 License* will find prospect for employment in the Aerospace industry locally and internationally.

Course Duration: Two years Full-Time

COURSE FEES: Course Fee : SGD (Singapore Dollar) 22,500 (per year) + 7% GST*

Professional Diploma in Aircraft Maintenance and Engineering (PAME)

Course Objectives: The PAME programme is built on an established programme with a leading university in the United Kingdom, and the course delivered is base knowledge requirements of the SAR Part 66 Category A syllabus of the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore(CAAS).

CAREER PROSPECT: Students find for employment in the Aerospace industry locally and internationally.

Course Duration: Part-time one year (2 semesters)

COURSE FEES: SGD (Singapore Dollar) 3,145.80 payable in 1 instalment

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Besides the above courses Air Transport Training College(ATTC) also conducts:
Bachelor Of Engineering Science in Aerospace Operations(B.Eng Sc AeroOPS)
Higher Certificate In Aerospace Maintenance (Aircraft Maintenance - Engine/Engine Component Repair & Overhaul) Course
Professional Certificate in Aerospace Workshop Operations (Electives) course
WSQ Aerospace: Basic Aviation Skills (Gas Turbine) Course

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Are you Student? Dreaming of Laptop? Looking For The Best Student Laptop with Smarter. Faster. And Sleek Design Features?

Buying a laptop is no more a big thinking, as laptops prices have comedown to reasonable smart prices it makes much more sense for a college student to buy a laptop computers. Do you know there are places that specializes in selling student laptops. usually student discount laptops are cheaper than the normal laptops because : Student laptops are manufactured considering students budget.
Laptop Computers
Student laptops are refurbished laptops but in good quality so the price tag is cheaper.

How to select a Best Laptop?
  • Money is an issue when you are a student. first things first, do yourself a favor, look out for free student laptop offers. On web various networks offer students a range of cheap laptops with mobile broadband connectivity which i feel the best deal to choose.
  • Take serious consideration of things: Does your college or university require a specific type of laptop computer? Your requirements like laptop computer hardware and check for genuine software.
  • Ease of mobility. Taking laptop to classroom and connecting to the internet. Are you going to use your laptop primarily for dorm room or will you travel with laptop frequently? (take it to class, the library, home and other places). If laptop is mostly limited to classroom use then make choice of larger screen(15" and above) and if not, smaller laptops with light weight is good(screen's with 15" and under) Choose laptop in portable size and the one that is most suitable for you. 
Students are gaming and we students like to play our games and watch movies, so better to check out the students laptops offers entertainment packs and games pack.

Laptop Computers should have all the minimum requirements specifications: 
a proper internet connection port, a 56 Kbps-modern
Atleast one USB port for external keyboard/mouse, drive, digital cameras and MP3 players.

A VGA port for external monitor will be an added advantage.
Student laptops should have enough storage space, RAM(memory) and right configuration on to allow the laptop computer to handle multiple programs open at once.

Taking above requirements and specifications a best student laptop should be reasonably priced. Refurbished laptops may be a good option for those who are on a real tight budget.

Student Laptops should come in Smarter. Faster. And Thinner! with Sleek Design along with Better Battery Life

Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Jobs in spiceJet Airlines

spiceJet Airlines - flying for everyone

India's No.1 Low-Fare Airline seeks Licensed Aircraft Engineers and Aviation Technician.

spiceJet Airlines are looking for Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineers and Aviation Technicians and Engineering Support for their 22  New Boeing 737 aircraft's.

Aircraft Maintenance Engineers on Boeing 737-800/900ER in categories of Airframe, Engines, Electrical, Instruments and Radio.

Applicants should be Indian nationals, licensed on any combination of the Aircraft and System.

Applicants should have more than 5 years of experience on a Boeing aircraft and total practical experience of more than 10 years.

Engineering Support for Technical Services, Supply & Logistics, Planning, Quality Assurance, Stores and Maintenance Control Center.

Venue: Essex Farms 4, Aurobindo Marg, New Delhi- 110016
date: October 16 2010 Time: 10.00am - 5.00pm

Applicants who are unable to appear for the interview can send their resumes to along with specific job codes: AME for Licensed AME, MTEC for Master Technician and Engg for Engineering Support.

Is Aeronautical Engineering is a Branch of Aerospace Engineering? Do you know First Airplane was designed by a Pair of Bicycle Makers?

What is Aeronautical Engineering?
Aeronautical Engineering is a sub-branch of aerospace engineering. Though few people often interchange these two terms. Basically aeronautical involve activity of designing, developing and constructing of machine planes that can fly, as commonly know 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 the fastest vehicle. Eg: Airplanes that weighs 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 emphasising 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, strenght 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.

Wright Brothers bicycle
Aeronautical Engineering Career Opportunities:
Commercial aviation industry
Government defence forces
Flight crew in both commercial and defence aviation
Research institutes
Space exploration centres.

Aeronautical Engineers Employers includes:
Aer Lingus, Airbus the Air Corps, FLS Aerospace, Rolls Royce and Ryanair to name but a few.

Aeronautical Engineering Future Prospects:
Create new, innovative methods of transportation to meet future demands.
Improve safety of an aircraft travel with more energy-efficient, economical methods
Develop and manufactures rockets and satellites.
Research and development formula one racing cars.
Perform and supervising the design of military aircraft.

Aeronautical Engineering salary: The average aeronautical engineer earns over $90,000 a year.

The first airplane was designed by a pair of bicycle makers, who worked on it largely as a hobby.
Wright Brothers bicycle on display at the National Air and Space Museum.

Aircraft Maintenance Engineering BSc (Hons) is eligible for a STEM Scholarship of £4,500 and degree is recognised by European Aviation Law

Aircraft Maintenance Engineering BSc (Hons) degree offers excellent access to real aircraft experience. This AME degree is recognised by European Aviation Law, as detailed mentioned by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA)

The University of Glamorgan is a good place to study aircraft maintenance engineering course. At Glamorgan's a well balanced practical and theory based course for the licensed element and a professional engineering degree course for the BSc (Hons).

Benefits: Dedicated aircraft experience with real aircraft facilities. Complete engineering labs, full-size BAE Jet stream 31 commercial plane and an MP521 flight simulator. With aerospace study at Glamorgan, all costs are included in your standard course fees.

University of Glamorgan works with the International Centre for Aerospace Training (ICAT) to offer EASA Training, which means graduates of this aircraft maintenance engineering BSc (Hons) degree can achieve the license in just two years.

Career Options: Employment throughout UK and across the world, with manufacturing companies, commercial airlines, air-taxi operators, flying schools. EASA Part- 66 license qualifies its holders to be selected further aircraft-type authorisation before permitted to sign-off aircraft for flight.

This Course is eligible for a STEM scholarship of £4,500 over three years.

Glamorgan's BSc (Hons) Aircraft Maintenance Engineering course offers a good prospective future to become a licensed aircraft maintenance engineer.

Cheap International Student Flights and Domestic Cheap Student Airfares

Cheap Student Flights
Cheap Plane Tickets for College students

A student of aircraft maintenance engineering or aerospace or aeronautical engineering or other student from any branch of studies, can avail domestic and international student discount tickets.

In recession times as a student you always look for ways to save money and have them spent in better directions. As a college student you can get cheap student airfares at very reasonable fares, it may take some time to get the best student discount tickets and student travel package deals as well, but its worth spending time.

Cheap Student travel and flights in three steps: checking, comparing and shopping

All airline's have offers related to student travel products with discounts on student airfares. The best place you can find exclusive cheap student airfares is at STA Travels, as it is know as the largest student travel company. STA offers great deal of cheap international student flight tickets at unbelievable airfares.

"Stand By Tickets" (cheap student airline tickets) this is the ticket allows you to fly instead of a person who failed to show up or simply canceled the flight. If for any reason unable to get a booking ahead of traveling time, then this is the ticket you should hold on. Once booked stand by ticket you are not presented with a seat on a specific flight, but you can travel on the next flight that has empty seats.

Always look for cheap student flights that are in the mid of the week and assure cent percent of the time you will get cheap plane tickets as a college student  :-)

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