Saturday, 30 June 2012

Aviation Recession in Canada Airlines feel the Recession Air travel way down as consumers, Air Businesses tighten their belts


 It’s a tough time for the airlines, with passenger and cargo traffic down and projections of fewer air travelers this summer as the nation struggles to recover from a recession.
That makes it a challenge for airports to hold onto the air service they have, much less be able to persuade airlines to introduce new service.

“It’s very, very tough to expand air service when fewer people are flying,” said aviation consultant Michael Boyd, president of Boyd Group Inc. in Evergreen, Colo. “The airlines are cutting capacity.”
Leisure travel drops when the economy dips, and some companies reduce business travel expenses by having executives conduct meetings by video conferences, said Iftikhar Ahmad, Dayton’s aviation director.
Officials of Dayton International Airport and other airports regularly talk with airline executives in hopes of getting new flight service, as well as maintaining relations to keep existing service.

“It is harder to bring in more service,” Ahmad said. “If people are not flying, what is the air service for?”
Still, Dayton airport management aggressively courts new service and offers airlines an incentive package as a lure, Ahmad said.

He declined to give details, as his airport competes with those of Columbus, Cincinnati and Indianapolis, but said that airlines can get breaks for a year or two from fees and other charges for landings, ticket counters, office space, baggage belts and gate areas. The amount of incentives would depend on how much business an airline could bring in and what destinations it promised, Ahmad said.
Airlines are cutting flights in response to the drop in passenger traffic.

Airline schedules for the upcoming third quarter of 2009 show a 14 percent reduction in scheduled domestic departures, according to the Air Transport Association, an industry organization.
A highlight of 2008 for Dayton International Airport was Air Canada’s decision to resume nonstop service between Dayton and Toronto, a gateway for southwestern Ohio business travelers to other international destinations including Tokyo.


But also in 2008, as increasing aviation fuel prices took a toll, AirTran Airways ended the nonstop Dayton-to-Las Vegas service it had begun in August 2007.
In March, the softening economy prompted Northwest Airlines to put on hold its plan to offer a nonstop daily flight beginning May 2 between Dayton and Memphis, Tenn.
Delta Air Lines, which has merged with Northwest and is coordinating the blending of flight schedules, has indicated it might revive that plan


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Even in the time of Global Aviation Recession  SWISS is looking for employees who will make their mark in our multi-cultural teams. People who will encourage open and collaborative dialogue together with constructive criticism. Team members who will achieve mutual goals with dynamism and energy. Welcome to SWISS Air.

Pilot profile

The cockpit crew of a SWISS Airliner consists of at least two people: the Captain, also called the Commander, is ultimately responsible for his or her crew, operation and the aircraft. The First Officer (or Co-Pilot) is Second-In-Command and supports the Captain in all matters. It is routine for both captain and first officer to fly the plane in turns.

No day is ever quite the same

An Airline Pilot’s field of activity is very varied and begins with flight planning, weather analysis and calculating take-off: an in-depth knowledge of the aircraft technology is therefore essential. As the person in charge and decision-maker in a complex technical environment, the captain takes daily responsibility for his or her crew and passengers. During the flight, severe weather conditions and complex navigation, among other things, provide a challenge.

As Pilot, you represent SWISS and act as a manager would, albeit in a rather unusual professional workspace. You coordinate the operation of numerous interfaces both domestically and abroad, and make sure that the flight proceeds efficiently and safely. The role of Pilot is a fascinating one, and requires a high degree of service awareness, linguistic competence, flexibility, decisiveness and an interest in complex and networked technology. Your dream job will play out on an international stage, and each flight will be an experience in itself.

Career
After completing his or her training at SWISS Aviation Training (SAT), a Pilot will enter professional life at SWISS as a first officer on short flights. After a few years, Pilots are assigned to SWISS global long-haul routes where they will Pilot an Airliner as second-in-command and manage the entire flight operation together with the commander. A few years on, and after further training modules, the Pilot will take the most significant step of his or her career and qualify as commander – the captain of the plane.

Becoming a Pilot

Those who match up to SWISS requirements and pass the aptitude test stand a good chance of getting a contract as well as financial support from SWISS.

Aptitude test and selection procedure
All applicants must go through a multi-stage selection procedure to become a Pilot at SWISS. The various stages assess the candidate’s intelligence, aeronautical talent, medical condition, personal suitability and knowledge (e.g. geometry, physics and maths). No previous aeronautical knowledge is required in order to pass the aptitude test.

One particular aptitude test for all Pilot training pathways is offered by SPHAIR. SPHAIR is an air force training platform supported by the federal government that is designed to enable young Swiss citizens aged between 17 and 20 to get into the aviation industry. SPHAIR offers a multi-stage aptitude test comprising an assessment of performance and knowledge as well as a 2-week aeronautical training period. Interested parties can find out all about being a professional Pilot and gain some initial flying experience. The courses are run by experienced specialists in civil aviation and the air force.

SWISS recognises the SPHAIR certificate, and offers a simplified selection procedure for applicants who include the appropriate SPHAIR certificate and performance appraisal (minimum requirement “recommended unreservedly for training as a professional Pilot”) with their application. Although these applicants have to go through the entire process just like all the other candidates as the first stage of the procedure is not selective, SPHAIR applicants will be invited to the second test stage regardless of their test results.

Training at SWISS Aviation Training
After successfully passing the aptitude test, trainee Pilots will undergo an 18 to 23-month training period depending on their course. Training involves subjects such as Radio Navigation, Flight Instruments and Human Performance and Limitations, as well as corporate training modules withcompanies such as Skyguide and Meteo Schweiz.

Basic training is divided up into theory modules, flight phases and training in the simulator. During the flight phases, the trainees will initially fly single-engine planes, followed by twin-engines, both domestically and abroad. Successful completion of training at SWISS AviationTraining is normally followed by a Type Rating Training (training on a particular type of aircraft), and then a route introduction at SWISS.

Becoming a pilot

Those who match up to SWISS requirements and pass the aptitude test stand a good chance of getting a contract as well as financial support from SWISS.

Aptitude test and selection procedure
All applicants must go through a multi-stage selection procedure to become a pilot at SWISS. The various stages assess the candidate’s intelligence, aeronautical talent, medical condition, personal suitability and knowledge (e.g. geometry, physics and maths). No previous aeronautical knowledge is required in order to pass the aptitude test.

One particular aptitude test for all pilot training pathways is offered by SPHAIR. SPHAIR is an air force training platform supported by the federal government that is designed to enable young Swiss citizens aged between 17 and 20 to get into the aviation industry. SPHAIR offers a multi-stage aptitude test comprising an assessment of performance and knowledge as well as a 2-week aeronautical training period. Interested parties can find out all about being a professional pilot and gain some initial flying experience. The courses are run by experienced specialists in civil aviation and the air force.

SWISS recognises the SPHAIR certificate, and offers a simplified selection procedure for applicants who include the appropriate SPHAIR certificate and performance appraisal (minimum requirement “recommended unreservedly for training as a professional pilot”) with their application. Although these applicants have to go through the entire process just like all the other candidates as the first stage of the procedure is not selective, SPHAIR applicants will be invited to the second test stage regardless of their test results.

Training at SWISS Aviation Training

After successfully passing the aptitude test, trainee pilots will undergo an 18 to 23-month training period depending on their course. Training involves subjects such as Radio Navigation, Flight Instruments and Human Performance and Limitations, as well as corporate training modules with companies such as Skyguide and Meteo Schweiz.

Basic training is divided up into theory modules, flight phases and training in the simulator. During the flight phases, the trainees will initially fly single-engine planes, followed by twin-engines, both domestically and abroad. Successful completion of training at SWISS AviationTraining is normally followed by a Type Rating Training (training on a particular type of aircraft), and then a route introduction at SWISS.

In the cockpit


Pilot SWISS aircraft around the world

In the technical department

Responsibility and precision in SWISS technology
At SWISS, a host of interesting professions awaits, offering a broad perspective and including interesting opportunities to learn and develop, fascinating activities and responsible tasks.

Your cabin career at SWISS
Cabin crew member and maître de cabine absolutely epitomise the famous SWISS atmosphere. From greeting the passengers during boarding to careful and thoughtful on-board service, you master challenges, gain experience during each flight and are responsible for meeting the needs of an international clientele. Trips to international metropolises constitute an additional piece of the mosaic which these fascinating professions embody.


Two options, one objective: maintaining the high SWISS standard on board.

Cabin crew member [ Air Hostess / Flight Purser ]

Diversity and responsibility – as a cabin crew member, you're choosing a profession where boredom is an unknown quantity.  Your flexibility and creativity is essential, be it during flight and cabin preparations, the meals and beverage service or the individual, personal care of SWISS international guests.

Maître de cabine
You are responsible for supervising the ever-changing teams on board.  You motivate your crew with your know-how and experience, pay attention to the overall impression made on passengers, take control and ensure that SWISS’ famous service quality and hospitality is maintained.


Would you like to pursue a colourful, dynamic, exciting and challenging job above the clouds? Do you enjoy dealing with state-of-the-art technology and taking responsibility in a team? Is your dream to become a Pilot ?

If the answer is yes, we’ll be happy to take you under our wing to make your vision reality. Systematically and from the ground up – until you get your licence.



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We often equate casual dress with more relaxed activities, so if you’re trying to accomplish something – dress up!


 Put on a proper Business Suit or somewhat formal outfit, including shoes and socks. 


Do your hair, shave, and put on cologne or perfume – whatever you would normally do for a social or business event. 


This gets your mind into action mode and clears away any tendency to slack off.

Friday, 29 June 2012

Pilot one of flydubai’s brand new Boeing 737-800s




Pilot one of flydubai’s brand new Boeing 737-800s and fly with the Middle East’s fastest growing airline
We’re always on the look-out for experienced pilots who want to progress their careers at flydubai.
If you meet the minimum requirements, flydubai can offer you a career in a growing company, flying a diverse network of routes in some of the most modern planes in the sky.
We’ll help you develop your skills and provide a competitive salary as well as employee benefits for you and your family.

Before you apply, check the minimum selection criteria below.
All pilots
Fluent in English to ICAO level 4 or above.
Hold a ICAO ATPLY certificate.
Hold a 1st Class Medical certificate from ICAO.
Eligible for a UAE residency visa.
B737 type rated captains
B737-300 to 900 (NG/EFIS) endorsed within the last 24 months.
At least 5,000 hours total flying time.
At least 1,000 hours in command of B737-300 to 900 (NG/EFIS) type aircraft.
At least 1,500 hours in command of a multi-crew, multi-engine aircraft in excess of 10 tonnes operating weight.
B737 type rated first officers
B737-300 to 900 (NG/EFIS) endorsed within the last 24 months.
At least 1,500 hours total flying time.
At least 500 hours on B737-300 to 900 (NG/EFIS) type aircraft.
Non-B737 type rated pilots
Captains – must have 5,000 hours total flying time, of which 1,500 hours must be in command of modern (EFIS) multi-crew, multi-engine jet aircraft over 55 tonnes operating weight.
First Officers – must have 2,500 hours total flying time, of which 1,000 hours must have been gained on modern (EFIS) multi-crew, multi-engine aircraft over 10 tonnes operating weight (preference will be given to those with PIC time).
Apply to be a flydubai pilot



Join the flydubai cabin crew team


Join the Middle East’s fastest growing airline and travel the world as a member of the flydubai cabin crew team
As the face of flydubai, you’ll share our passion for making our customers’ journeys run as smoothly as possible.
Our cabin crew members are hand-picked for their individuality and are dedicated to providing friendly, efficient service on board the aircraft.
You'll be part of a team working together to deliver an in-flight experience that makes flydubai unique.


To be a flydubai cabin crew member you must be:
at least 21 years old
minimum 158cm in height (without shoes)
in good health
educated to high school level
fluent in written and spoken English (fluency in Arabic or another language would also be an advantage)
hold a valid passport which allows you to travel freely
have no visible tattoos or body piercings
Search for cabin crew vacancies at flydubai

If you have experience in customer service and want to progress your career doing something you love, then we want to hear from you.
You can apply through our website or our selected recruitment partners. You can find a list of all our current vacancies here.
If your application is successful you’ll be invited to an initial assessment in Dubai. You may also be required to participate in further interviews, group exercises and psychometric testing as you progress through the application process.
All our positions are based in Dubai so if you’re successful, you’ll need to make sure you’re eligible to live in the UAE.
Search for cabin crew vacancies at flydubai

When you work for us, you’ll enjoy a comprehensive package of benefits which includes:
housing and transport allowance
private healthcare
life insurance
Search for cabin crew vacancies at flydubai


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Its time for Air India Pilot to take right decision.





India is also suffering from Global aviation Reession and
Two more Air India pilots were shifted to hospital today after their condition deteriorated on the sixth day of their indefinite fast here and in Mumbai.

So far, five Pilots -- three in Delhi and two in Mumbai -- have been hospitalised since they began their hunger strike on Sunday.

Capt Anchit Bhardwaj and Capt Ajay Goyal were shifted to RML hospital from the agitation venue at Jantar Mantar, agitating pilots said.

About 12 pilots in Mumbai and 15 in Delhi are on indefinite hunger strike from Sunday. Over 400 IPG pilots have been on strike since May 7.


The Indian Pilots' Guild (IPG), leading the 53-day long strike and the hunger strike, again criticised the management for not taking any initiative to resolve the impasse.

"It is clear that the Ministry of Civil Aviation is now taking all the decisions pertaining to Air India and the AI management has a negligible role to play," IPG said in statement, adding that it would be a "good idea" to replace the entire senior management of the ailing national carrier.

The IPG said that Air India CMD Rohit Nandan had reiterated Government's position that the pilots must withdraw the agitation and those terminated would be taken back on case-to-case basis. Nandan's comments came at a meeting he had with the parents of some striking pilots yesterday.

The agitators are insisting that they would do so only after the termination orders were revoked.

The IPG also criticised Civil Aviation Minister Ajit Singh for going abroad "while the pilots and their families have gone on to fast indefinitely... This goes to show the level of commitment the Ministry and the management have to resolve this long-standing crisis.


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la date de la prochaine présélection n’étant pas fixée. Nous vous tiendrons informés en ligne dès qu’elle sera connue.



Attention: L’inscription à la sélection pilotes cadets n’est pas ouverte, la date de la prochaine présélection n’étant pas fixée. Nous vous tiendrons informés en ligne dès qu’elle sera connue.



Attiré par le pilotage et le monde de l’aéronautique, vous êtes convaincu que le métier de pilote vous correspond.
Avec sa filière « pilotes cadets », Air France propose aux moins de 27 ans une formation gratuite et rémunérée pour devenir pilote. Lancez-vous !

La formation « pilotes cadets » Air France vous permet d’apprendre à piloter et vous forme à l’utilisation des avions et de leurs systèmes. Elle se déroule en deux phases distinctes.

La formation initiale

D’une vingtaine de mois, cette formation associe théorie et pratique et vous amènera à l’obtention des éléments suivants :
– certificats théoriques du brevet de pilote de ligne (Airline Transport Pilot Licence, ou ATPL) ;
– licence de pilote professionnel (Commercial Pilote Licence, ou CPL) ;
– qualification de vol aux instruments (Instrument Rating, ou IR).
À l’issue de cette première formation, vous effectuerez une formation au travail en équipage (MCC : Multi Crew Coordination).

La formation complémentaire

Environ huit mois sont nécessaires pour vous préparer au travail en ligne. Dispensé par le Centre de formation technique du personnel navigant (CFTPN) d’Air France, ce cursus se déroule en quatre étapes :
– un stage de transition réacteur pour faciliter le passage des avions à hélices aux avions à réaction ;
– un stage de connaissance sur la compagnie ;
– un stage de qualification sur Airbus A320 ;
– un stage d’adaptation en ligne afin de découvrir le réseau et les méthodes de travail d’Air France.


Une fois la formation effectuée de façon satisfaisante, vous êtes intégré dans les équipages d’Air France. Vous recevez vos trois galons dorés et débutez votre carrière comme OPL (officier pilote de ligne) qualifié A320 sur le réseau court et moyen-courrier.



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Fleet Types 5 Airbus A380 Super-Jumbo Airliners,
13 Boeing B747-400 Airliners,
 6 Boeing B747-400ERF Freighters
 4 Boeing B747-400BCF Freighters,
25 Boeing B777-300ER Airliners (Launch Customer),
25 Boeing B777-200ER Airliners,
 3 Boeing B777-200LRFs Freighters (Launch Customer),
19 Airbus A340-300 Airliners,
16 Airbus A330-200 Airliners,
18 Airbus A321-200 Airliners,
67 Airbus A320-200 Airliners,
45 Airbus A319-100 Airliners,
18 Airbus A318-100 Airliners.
A/C Orders 6 A380-800's,
 9 B777-300ER's,
30 A320-200's.

Options;
15 A330-300's, 5 A330-200's.
Pilot Bases Paris CDG, Paris Orly.
Notes France's flag carrier. Purchased and merged operations with Holland's KLM. Starting Paris - New York JFK Service with new A380 on Nov 23rd, 2009.
Alliance SkyTeam, KLM
Last Update 2012/05/12: 5th Airbus A380 delivered.

Pilot Recruitment Information:  Air France
Employer Notes See Pilot Hiring Webpage below - informative web pages on Pilot Careers with Air France.
Restrictions * Must hold valid EU Passport / Citizenship.
* Must have legal right to live and work in Europe.
* Must hold JAA/EASA Pilot Licence and Medical.


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SriLankan Careers


Investing in a career at SriLankan Airlines promises a wealth of opportunities, a challenging and sophisticated work environment and the chance to work in one of Sri Lanka's most recognised institutions. On this section of our website, you can view the current job vacancies at SriLankan Airlines and the job descriptions. If you wish to apply for a particular job, you can email us regarding that job. If you think you have the passion and the drive to be a part of the team at SriLankan, we invite you to explore our world.
If any of the jobs below appeal to you, click on the links to read the job description and email us about it.

FLIGHT CREW
LICENSED AIRCRAFT ENGINEERS
CADET PILOT/ JUNIOR FIRST OFFICER
NETWORK ENGINEER/TECHNICAL SUPERVISOR
AIR PORT SERVICE AGENTS AND CARGO AGENTS

Join SriLankan as a Pilot and discover the joys of living in Paradise.
For most people, Sri Lanka is a dream destination. For you, it could be home. Enjoy the benefits of job security with an expanding National Carrier, renewable contracts, stable roster patterns, healthcare, loss-of-license insurance, a competitive tax-free monthly remuneration package inclusive of type and housing allowance, end of service bonus and employer contribution, allowances for meals and child education, mixed fleet flying facilities for Commanders and of course a summer that lasts 365 days.

A330/340 Captains and First Officers will be offered commuting contracts or basing in Colombo
A320 Captains may be offered commuting contracts at the discretion of the company or basing in Colombo
A320 First Officers will be offered basing in Colombo and A330 or A340 CCQ upgrade upon completion of 2 years of service based on seniority provided they meet company required standards for upgrading and vacancies exists on the A330/340 fleet.

Minimum qualifications to apply:
Rated Captains on A320/A330/A340 should have a minimum of 5500 Hours with 1000 P1 Hours on type.
Rated First Officers on A320/A330/A340 should have a minimum of 500 P2 Hours on type.

License requirements:
A valid ATPL acceptable to the Sri Lankan Licensing Authority.
First Officers holding an ICAO/JAA/CPL can be considered with a lower salary package
The License and Class 1 Medical must be current and under one Authority.
ICAO ELPC Level 4

National Carrier, award winning airline, 60 destinations - 33 countries, expanding network, SriLankan in flavour, global in action. That's what we are;

We are poised to reach new heights in the days and months to come, having embarked on a sustained but ‘fast track’ turnaround strategy to optimize on market opportunities in our quest to become the most preferred airline in Asia.

The SriLankan team is seeking dynamic individuals to join us as:


NETWORK ENGINEER

Will be mainly engaged in implemention, testing and maintaining corporate IT networking infrastructure of the company. Sound knowledge in Microsoft technology in global IT infrastructure in multi-vendor Airport environment.

Preference will be given to those who have the experience on Active Directory implementation, Windows based OS (Preferably Win 7/Windows 2008) with messaging platforms on MS Exchange 2010 and experience in network security infrastructure implementations and virtual platforms.


The Candidate should possess the following minimum requirements:

Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering, Computer Science, General Science with Mathematics from a recognised University with minimum of 01 year post qualifying relevant experience.

OR

Full professional qualification with 2 years experience in a relevant discipline.

A Good knowledge of design, maintenance, trouble shooting and administration of enterprise level networking environment would be essential.

Upper age limit for the above category is 35 years.

Technical Supervisor

Will be mainly engaged in general maintenance of Desktops (Microsoft), LAN/WAN infrastructure and electronics systems, installation and maintenance of CCTV systems, Bar Code Hand Held Devices and Wi-Fi Access Points, VHF Radio communication equipment in Airport environment.

The Candidate should possess the following minimum requirements:

02 passes in GCE A/L and 06 Credits in GCE O/L including a Credit in English & Mathematics and CEI/UK or IE/SL/Part I or NDT (UOM) in Electronics or C&G Full Tech or 02 year Full-time Diploma from a recognised Institute, with 04 years post qualifying relevant experience.

Upper age limit for the above category is 30 years.

Positions will be based at Mattala/Katunayake Airports.

Applications along with your contact number should be forwarded to the Talent Resourcing Manager, Human Resources Division, SriLankan Airlines Limited, Airline Centre, Bandaranaike International Airport, Katunayake, Sri Lanka prior to 22nd of June 2012.

Influencing will not have any bearing on the selection process which will be purely based on performance and merit.

SriLankan Careers

Investing in a career at SriLankan Airlines promises a wealth of opportunities, a challenging and sophisticated work environment and the chance to work in one of Sri Lanka's most recognised institutions. On this section of our website, you can view the current job vacancies at SriLankan Airlines and the job descriptions. If you wish to apply for a particular job, you can email us regarding that job. If you think you have the passion and the drive to be a part of the team at SriLankan, we invite you to explore our world.
If any of the jobs below appeal to you, click on the links to read the job description and email us about it.
FLIGHT CREW
LICENSED AIRCRAFT ENGINEERS
CADET PILOT/ JUNIOR FIRST OFFICER
NETWORK ENGINEER/TECHNICAL SUPERVISOR
AIR PORT SERVICE AGENTS AND CARGO AGENTS


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Aviation Recession in USA Global Recession Threatens New Aircraft Development





New aircraft that embody a host of innovations have been rolling off the assembly line, transforming the way people travel and transport goods. However, as the global recession worsens and credit tightens, many experts worry that new aircraft development will suffer.

Aviation is in the midst of enormous prosperity; much of this growth is due to historic technological advancements in fixed-wing aircraft design and manufacturing. However, the global recession and stratospheric oil prices loom as a threat. In the last few weeks, four airlines have filed for bankruptcy, with perhaps more to follow. What does it all mean for new aircraft? These questions will be answered by a forthcoming webinar, New Aircraft, New Opportunities.


A confluence of market demands is generating exciting opportunities for new fixed-wing aircraft around the globe, such as Very Light Jets (VLJs), a new breed of transport that promises to revolutionize travel.

Also in the vanguard of aviation manufacturing technology are composite aircraft. The use of these miracle materials is sweeping all sectors of aviation, but the industry is still struggling with how composites will change conventional ways of flying and doing business.

This webinar will be of great interest for anyone in the aviation industry who's involved in airframe manufacturing, Maintenance Repair and Overhaul (MRO), airline operations - you name it. Aviation executives, engineers, mechanics, pilots, consultants, regulators, and other decision-makers of all types will want access to the up-to-date information and incisive analysis that this webinar will convey.




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Thursday, 28 June 2012

Delta Hiring Minimums, Delta Airline Pilot Salary, Delta Air Lines Pilots Association


Delta Pilot Basics


Greater success and satisfaction are on the radar screen for professional Aviators who land their talents at Delta. Ensuring that our passengers arrive at their destinations safely and on-time, our pilots earn their wings while helping our airline move full speed ahead.

It’s time for your pre-flight check. Delta Air Lines is looking for Pilot candidates who meet our high standards of aviator skills, safety, professionalism, and customer focus. If you are interested in joining our team of professional Pilots, you may apply or update your existing application via AirlineApps.com.

Visit Delta Pilot Basic Qualifications to view our basic requirements for pilot employment.

Delta Airlines of USA recruiting Pilots for first officer positions. As a new Delta first officer, you have an opportunity to initially be assigned to a MD88/90, a 737NG, or even a 757/767 aircraft type among our fleet of more than 700 aircraft. To qualify for employment as a pilot with Delta you must meet all of the following requirements.

General Requirements

At least 21 years of age

Graduate of a four-year degree program from a college or university accredited by a recognized accrediting organization

FAA Requirements

FAA commercial fixed-wing pilot license with an instrument rating

Current FAA First Class Medical Certificate

Passing score on FAA ATP written exam preferred

Flight Time Requirements

Minimum of 1,200 hours of total documented flight time

Minimum of 1,000 hours of fixed wing turboprop or turbofan time

When evaluating the flight time of applicants meeting the basic qualifications, consideration will be given to, among other things, quality, quantity, recency, and verifiability of training; complexity of aircraft flown; types of flight operations; and hours flown as PIC in turbine powered aircraft. Applicants invited to interview must provide appropriate documentation of all flight hours.

Other

FCC Radiotelephone Operator's Permit (RP)

DOT required pre-employment drug test and a medical exam administered by Delta
TSA required fingerprint based Criminal History Records Check and a Delta background check

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 Most of us have a terrible habit of coddling and pampering ourselves rather than pushing ourselves to be better and do better.




Books

College Campus and Placements    by Shekhar Gupta
Price: $3.99 USD. Approx. 8,210 words. Published on July 25, 2013. Category: Fiction 

College Campus and Placements is a story of Students of B grade and C grade B School and Engineering Colleges, Management Gurus and HR Managers of many Colleges who are unable to cope due to Global Recession. This is not a book to teach you how to get a decent well paid Job to live like a Professionals.
Be An Aviator not A Pilot    by Shekhar Gupta
Price: $1.99 USD. Approx. 4,750 words. Published on July 24, 2013. Category: Fiction 

As A Fact Out Of Every 1000 Pilots Only 1 Pilot Becomes An Airline Pilot, The Book Is All About Those 999 Pilots Only.
Pilot’s Career Guide    by Shekhar Gupta
Price: $20.00 USD. Approx. 29,960 words. Published on July 13, 2013. Category: Nonfiction 

International Airline Pilot’s Career Guide Learn Step By Step How to Become an International Airlines Pilot By Shekhar Gupta Niriha Khajanchi

We can Do much Faster

If you think it will take an hour to finish a particular task or goal, make it your mission to finish it in 30 minutes. 


If you think you’re capable of a certain amount of productivity, push yourself to increase that output by at least half.


 Most of us have a terrible habit of coddling and pampering ourselves rather than pushing ourselves to be better and do better. 


Deciding to take it to the next level can motivate you to keep doing that and blast through any feelings of procrastination.





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Wednesday, 27 June 2012

Flight Operations Pilot





Whether a Captain, a First Officer or Relief Pilot, an Air Canada pilot's number one priority is to conduct each flight safely with due consideration to passenger comfort and on-time performance.

While the typical work month consists of approximately 80 hours of flying, pilots spend many additional hours on such ground duties as preparing flight plans, readying the aircraft for departure, and completing post-flight reports. A day's work may vary from a long-range international flight to a sequence of shorter domestic flights. Reserve duty, in which the pilot is "on call", may also be assigned.

Air Canada pilots operate out of one of the four crew bases: Montreal, Toronto, Winnipeg or Vancouver. Base preferences are awarded in seniority so pilots must be willing to relocate as assigned. Pilots typically begin their career as a First Officer on domestic aircraft or as a Relief Pilot on long-range, international flights.

Job Requirements

To fly for Air Canada, pilots must meet certain basic requirements:

1000 hours of fixed wing flying time
Completion of schooling to the university entrance level. Ability to pass the Air Canada and Transport Canada medical and visual acuity requirements for a Category 1 medical certificate.
Canadian Commercial Pilot licence, current Instrument Rating and Multi-Engine endorsement.
Canadian citizenship or landed immigrant status.
Pilot applications far exceed job vacancies, so preference is given to candidates with qualifications beyond the basic requirements. Examples of desirable additional qualifications include, but are not limited to:

Canadian Airline Transport Pilot licence
University degree or college diploma
Aviation College diploma
Military or commercial flight experience
Jet and/or glass cockpit experience
Additional language(s)

In accordance with the rules of the pension plan and the Air Canada Buy-back Policy, the pilot is given the opportunity to buy back his/her military service in the Air Canada Pension Plan - Pilots. Some conditions apply and the pilot has to apply for the buy-back within one year of the date of employment with Air Canada.

Effective October 15, 2007, the buy-back is at no cost to the Company, it is entirely paid by the pilot. The cost is determined by Air Canada using an age-related scale in accordance with its buy-back policy and depends on the actuarial assumptions applicable at the time of application.

Air Canada is currently interviewing candidates who meet these requirements.  If you are interested in a career as an Air Canada pilot, please submit and maintain your profile using the link at the end of this document.


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