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Aviation sector provides the most attractive and lucrative job for youths .No men or women have not dreamt of being an employee in aviation sector. Though it’s a very expensive course students join for the course due to its attractive salary. The aviation sector has a lot to provide such as the Pilot, Co-Pilot, Aircraft Maintenance Engineer, Cabin Crew and Ground Staff. Students who are onto the technical side of studies can opt for being a pilot or an Air Craft Maintenance Engineer. Students who are good in hospital management can opt for being cabin crew or ground staff. Other than the academic side to it there are lot of other tests one must pass for being a Pilot or a Cabin Crew.

To be working in the aviation sector one must sacrifice a lot of thing such as family due to the conditions they need to meet being employed in the sector. A pilot must also meet medical conditions and medical fitness to fly an aero plane and must look after personal fitness. To work in an aviation sector courses are available in different institutes in India. You can enroll in any of the institute after passing the aptitude test of the given institutes. To be a pilot there are institutes providing commercial pilot licenses and to be a cabin crew there is airhostess/steward training institutes. Pass outs will get employed in Indian airlines such as Air India, Indigo, Vistara, Asia India and International Airlines such as British Airways, Lufthansa, Virgin Atlantic etc .

 

Civil Aviation Careers

Aircraft Maintenance Engineer is responsible for keeping the aero planes fit to fly .At the same time an aeronautical engineer will design and manufacture aircrafts. An aircraft maintenance engineer will service the plane to tell in simple language and will only help in maintenance of the aircrafts. It is a course which is open to boys and girls. Engineers those who have attained the AME license from Directorate of Civil Aviation can only fix an aeroplane.

Aircraft Maintenance engineering can be pursued from institutes that are certified by DGCA. To pursue this course one must have studied Physics, Mathematics and...

An air traffic controller is a person who controls the traffic in air spaces. An air traffic controller will control the traffic mainly between the airports.Once they reach the airport they will hand over to the tower controllers for smooth and easy landing and take off . They give information on air paths and will ensure a smooth ride in busy air spaces. They make use of the technologies and radars while giving them messages. They will always have a close connection with the pilots in the cock pit. Every sector is controlled by a single air traffic controller.

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An air hostess/steward is a flight attendant on airlines to take care of the passengers. The job of an air hostess /steward is mainly the safety of the passengers. The crew is also supposed to take care of the need of the passengers such as to serve the meals and to help them in emergency .An airhostess must have excellent communication skills and patience to deal with the passengers on board .The person must also know a foreign language to converse with the passengers.  

You can train to be a air hostess from an air hostess training institute .There...

Aviation sector provides the most attractive and lucrative job for youths .No men or women have not dreamt of being an employee in aviation sector. Though it’s a very expensive course students join for the course due to its attractive salary. The aviation sector has a lot to provide such as the Pilot, Co-Pilot, Aircraft Maintenance Engineer, Cabin Crew and Ground Staff. Students who are onto the technical side of studies can opt for being a pilot or an Air Craft Maintenance Engineer. Students who are good in hospital management can opt for being cabin crew or ground staff. Other...

A commercial pilot flies planes which can be private at the same time public. They fly aero planes after attaining the commercial pilot license from the Directorate General of Civil Aviation, Government of India. Once they attain the license then they can start flying charter flights and aero planes.

A commercial pilot can only fly an aero plane after attaining the commercial pilot license from the Directorate General of Civil Aviation(DGCA) .Only a student who has received the license from DGCA can be a commercial pilot anywhere. To become a commercial pilot one must have studied 12 std with science...