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Airbus A380 WOW! The World's only twin-deck, two-decaisle Airliner,Largest Aircraft makes first Commercial Landing in India

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The Indira Gandhi International Airpot Terminal 3 has witnessed the largest aircraft of the world, the airbus A380 first commercial landing. T3 terminal is A380-compatible runway and passenger boarding bridges.

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Here on Thursday at IGI Airport rain held up the landing for about half an hour.Aircraft supposed to land at 255 p.m., landed at roughly 3.35 p.m.

An Emirates official said: “We organised this flight to promote the A380 in India and give an idea to people about what it is like.” However, India will have to wait before Emirates commences regular A380 operations in the country as the airline has no such immediate plans.

Incidentally, it was the Kingfisher Airlines which first flew in the A380 to India in 2007.

The A380, which is the world's only twin-deck, two-aisle airliner, is to be less polluting to the environment compared to other aircraft of same cader. It offers better fuel economy per passenger mile than most hybrid passenger cars and also produces less noise.

The aircraft has two decks. The business and first class seats are on the upper deck of the Emirates A380 while economy seats are on the lower or main deck.

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Aircraft Maintenance Engineer Apprenticeship."You learn as you work".




 As a first step after coming out of maintenance technical schools. Completing of 2  1/2 years of theory cum practical on light aircraft, now you need to get onjob aircraft maintenance training for further heavy aeroplane experience to eligible for ame paper 3 examinations.

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Have you ever put yourself a genuine question, what is Apprenticeship?
Well, apprentice will be employed to undertake education and training within a company that prepares for your progression  career.

Companies provides the skills and knowledge that you will use in your future career. Apprenticeships in the engineering industry enable you to progress as quickly as you are able.

Here are some online websites assuring you providing APPRENTICESHIP:

  • A GTO is a group training organization – a one stop shop for all your apprenticeship and traineeship needs. Clickhere
  • The Web site where Engineering employers and apprentices meet.Clickhere 

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Aircraft Maintenance Engineering is a profession where getting handsome practical experience at right time is as important as clearing all your AME examinations at first attempt

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AME(Aircraft Maintenance Engineering) exams June 2010 session is completed. Expected date of results is on or before 10th of August.

Some relaxation for the next session of AME exams and students of pilots. Mean while there are certain job to be done during this period.

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For Freshers - keep reading, research and find out where went wrong in last preparation.

For those who did not well - don't feel that you lost an session otherwise learn where you went wrong, failures are stepping stone for success . Try to find their own limitations and means to overcome them. Believe THERE IS NO SHORTCUT TO SUCCESS and that's The Theory of Karma.

For those who have done well - Consider what to do if the results shows fail. Seriously don't relax ..

For everybody - keep looking for alternatives. that is, JOB. A secured, suitably paid job in aviation, is really the need of the hour. Where to get it, how to get it are the basic concerns.

AME is a profession where getting handsome practical experience at right time is as important as clearing all your AME exams at first attempt. Don't look for opportunity, rather create opportunities.

Keep a bird's view sight whats happening around you in this profession.

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Google in a bid to enter the airfare market. ITA the travel software company is sold to the internet mogul for $700m

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 Google - the internet mogul said it will create new search platforms, where it makes customers more easier to find the right ticket at the right price by using ITA's data on flight times and fares to do this."What we're going to do is build new flight search tools that focus on end-users,"said Eric Schmidt, Google's CEO.He added that the company wishes to bring clarity to the confusion of buying on-line flight tickets which contribute to about half of all tickets sold."We think we can drive even more business to airlines and do something quite different than what's out there."

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"Our goal is to build a tool that drives more traffic to airline and online travel agency sites where customers can purchase tickets," the company said.

ITA specialises in organizing airline data, including flight times, availability and prices.

Bing, Kayak, Orbitz and TripAdvisor are among ITA's present customers and Google said it looked forward to working with them and will "honor all existing agreements".

Google vice president Marissa Mayer said nearly half of all airline tickets are now sold online and Google said requests for travel-related information are among the highest-volume queries received at the search engine.

Interesting part is Google will not sell air tickets to customers!

Impossible to answer: Why are manhole covers round?what kind of patch is carried out for a crack?The weirdest job interview questions revealed.

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  Last evening somewhere i was reading this article. Thought to share this with you, though the questions are not related to Avaition subject, but some how i felt this article will help you. I have my own experience facing this kind of questions, go through full article.

Washington, June 22 (ANI): When it comes to appearing for a job interview, we all prepare ourselves by finding out about our potential employers, but at times we are asked an off-the-wall question that leaves us stumped.
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In order to help us prepare for such questions, Glassdoor.com, a two-year-old Sausalito, Calif. website that bills itself as "the TripAdvisor for careers", compiled a list of some of the top oddball interview questions.

Glassdoor gets its information directly from employees who work at 84,000 companies, reports ABC News.

According to Rusty Rueff, a consultant at Glassdoor, who is the author of Talent Force: A New Manifesto for the Human Side of Business and former head of human resources said ninety percent of people don't know how to deal with them.

Rueff advises, first you have to realize that the interviewer isn't trying to make you look stupid, as stupid as the question may seem.

With a question like "How many hair salons are there in Japan", the interviewer is giving you an opportunity to demonstrate your thought processes.

Rueff says you should think out loud, like the contestants on Who Wants to be a Millionaire? You might start by saying, we'd have to know the population of Japan, and then we'd have to figure out what percentage of them get their hair done and how often.

Rueff says it's fine to pull out a pen and paper and start doing some calculations right there in the interview.another example, which may seem equally impossible to answer: Why are manhole covers round?

Just start thinking through the question, out loud, Connie Thanasoulis-Cerrachio, a career services consultant at Vault.com advises.

"I would say, a round manhole cover could keep the framework of the tunnel stronger, because a round frame is much stronger than a square frame," she suggested.
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Ha Ha! the sane question i faced from RAO(Reginal Airworthiness Officer),RAO came to inspect our institute. He checked in, to our class AME 3rd semister. Question is generally what kind of patch is carried out for a crack? blindly i replied square patch, but i failed to give the explanation.. As now i guess you know a round path is stronger in binding with skin and more importantly a round shape gives smooth finish i.e good stramline airflow with less air disturbance than squre patch and even chances of peeling a round patch due to stong airflow while in flight is less.

Other weird-seeming questions, like "If you were a brick in a wall, which brick would you be and why," or "If you could be any animal, what would you be and why," are really just invitations to show a side of your personality.

Thanasoulis-Cerrachio says a friend who is chief executive of a market research company used to ask applicants what kind of car they would be.

"She wanted someone fast, who thought quickly. She wanted someone who wanted to be a Maserati, not a Bentley," Thanasoulis-Cerrachio said.

For the brick question, Thanasoulis-Cerrachio advises saying something like, "I would want to be a foundational brick because I'm a solid person. You can build on my experience and I will never let you down."

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