Tuesday, 31 July 2012

United Airlines Rolls Out Their First Boeing 787 Dreamliner


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United's first Boeing 787 Dreamliner comes out of the paint hangar. Photo from The Boeing Company. At 5:00am this morning, United Airlines rolled out their first Boeing 787 Dreamliner from the paint hangar at Paine Field. It was a bit too early for ...



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RENTON, Wash., July 31, 2012 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- Customers ofBoeing's [NYSE: BA] Next-Generation 737 are validating the benefits of the industry-leading Performance Improvement Package (PIP), one year after the first airplane PIP airplane ...


Los Angeles Times
The Dreamliner, a twin-aisle aircraft that seats 210 to 290 passengers, made its first passenger flight with Japanese carrier All Nippon Airways in October. Boeing delivered the plane more than three years late because of design problems and supplier ...
Ottawa Citizen (blog)
Boeing is working with the Air Force on potential cost-effective upgrades that would further increase the WGS satellites' capacity and operational flexibility. In June, Boeing was contracted to implement an enhanced Wideband Digital Channelizer upgrade ...





Mission To Canada An Indo - Canada Aviation Joint Venture


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Mission To Canada

Everybody has dreamt once of becoming a pilot during their childhood and few are able to make it possible. Becoming a Pilot takes lot of pain and labour, as it is one of the prestigious professions one can dream of and take the challenge to achieve it.However, a career as a pilot is an option that will allows undertaking a passion on a daily basis, with the added bonus of earning a more than reasonable salary from doing what you love. The main three things you need to successfully complete flight training are passion, ambition and desire. The training sessions in flying schools follow similar criteria let us have a brief introduction about that


Future visits will cover:
  • Programs: Our programs and their length
  • Competitive costs: How Canadian prices are less expensive than European, American and Australian prices
  • Training that meets DGCA requirements: How our knowledge and experience assures you of training programs that meet DGCA requirements
  • Help with converting your licence: Information and resources we have to prepare you for licence conversion on return home
  • How you can work in Canada: Training as a Flight Instructor gives you an opportunity to acquire flight experience before you return home
  • Other ways to enhance your competitiveness: Learn about our Jet Transition Programs, and how we can even arrange Type Rating training for you
  • Safety record: How our internationally respected safety standards keep you safe while you train
  • Training standards: How our internationally respected training standards assure you of the best quality of training
  • Airspace: Our vast amount of available training airspace and modern Air Traffic Control systems
  • Student Visas: The help and advice you need to maximize your chances of obtaining a student visa to study in Canada
  • Help with arrival: How we smooth your arrival by making sure you are met at the airport
  • Accommodations: we'll help you select the right accommodation for you on arrival

In 2009 Canada celebrated 100 years of powered flight, today we are atop the flight training world. Canada provides flight training and life experience that's second to none. Multicultural cities, an extensive flight training infrastructure and a vast geography highlight the long list of benefits found in Canada. We believe in our training, and we believe in training you. Starting from ab initio all the way up to multi crew and jet transition we've got it all. Cost effective training that can be found on our west coast, through out our prairie provinces and into the heart of our country. If you plan to become a professional pilot, come meet real Canadian flight school at one of our information sessions in either Delhi or Hyderabad.



AN INDIAN STUDENT FROM 2007 SAID:
"Decision to come to Canada to do my Commercial Pilot Licence is the best decision I have taken and joining Harv's Air only added to it. I got excellent exposure to all aspects of flying that helps one to become a better and a safer pilot. With the excellent flight standards set by Transport Canada, Harv's Air has made an excellent effort in implementing them successfully. I had a very good experience at Harv's Air Service in Steinbach, Manitoba. Helpful instructors, friendly and encouraging training atmosphere added to my learning. Because of a strong base set by Harv's Air, it helped me a lot to successfully pursue my airline career." He now flies an A330 for Jet Airways

AN INDIAN STUDENT FROM 2005 SAID:
"It was early 2005 when I was doing my PPL in Hyderabad India. Due to a shortage of instructors and aircrafts, I started to look around for other options. That's when my friend Sandeep Cariappa who had just come back from Harv's Air in Canada suggested that I should go to Canada. I was in contact with Adam Penner for the letter for my Visa and he was very prompt. I had my Canadian Visa in no time! My first thought as I got to Harv's Air was "what I saw on the site was 100% correct". Harv's Air is like your home away from home. My first flight in the C-152 was awesome. Flying in Canada was just amazing. I took the area map and went to almost all the little airfields around. Harv's Air has a great way to book in your favorite aircraft online. The aircraft were always kept in great shape and I never had any problem for the 145 hrs I flew there. I would rate the Canadian CPL as one of the most respected in the world. Transport Canada were very good. Exams were on the computer and very practical. In terms of cost, it actually may work out the same or cheaper than India. I have recommended Harv's Air to many of my friends and a lot of us are flying for Jet Airways India on the Boeing 737NG's and the ATR 72-500's. Our experience with Harv's Air was just a dream and I would not mind doing the CPL all over again just to fly with Harv's Air". 

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Sunday, 29 July 2012

A Culture Called Olympic - Olympic Cultural Festival & Events | London 2012

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LONDON — Shaken and stirred.

James Bond and the queen making her film-acting debut teamed Friday to give London a wild Olympic opening like no other.

And creative genius Danny Boyle turned the Olympic Stadium into a juke box, cranking up world-beating rock from the Beatles, the Stones and The Who to send the planet a message: Britain, loud and proud is ready to roll.

To kick off a 17-day festival of sports, this was brilliant and cheeky. Now over to you, athletes.

Queen Elizabeth II playing along with movie magic from director Boyle provided the highlight of the Oscar-winner’s high-adrenaline show. With film trickery, Boyle made it seem that Britain’s beloved 86-year-old monarch and its most famous spy parachuted into the stadium together.

Daniel Craig as 007, the queen, playing herself, and her royal corgis starred in a short movie filmed in Buckingham Palace.

“Good evening, Mr. Bond,” she said before they were shown flying by helicopter over London landmarks and then leaping — she in a salmon-colored dress, Bond dashing as ever in a black tuxedo — into the inky night over Olympic Park.

At the same moment, real skydivers appeared as the stadium throbbed to the James Bond theme. And moments after that, the monarch appeared in person, accompanied by her husband, Prince Philip.

Organizers said it was thought to be the first time she has acted on film.

“The queen made herself more accessible than ever before,” Boyle said.

Boyle sprang another giant surprise by giving seven teenage athletes the supreme honour of igniting the Olympic cauldron. Together, they touched flaming torches to trumpetlike tubes that spread into a ring of fire and then joined elegantly to form the cauldron.

With a singalong of “Hey Jude,” Beatle Paul McCartney closed the spectacle that ran 45 minutes beyond its scheduled three hours.

Organizers said the cauldron would be moved Sunday night to the corner of the stadium where a giant bell tolled during the show.

The show never caught its breath with a nonstop rock and pop homage to cool Britannia. The soundtrack veered from classical to irreverent. Boyle daringly included the Sex Pistols’ “Pretty Vacant” and a snippet of its version of “God Save the Queen” — an anti-establishment punk anthem once banned by the BBC.

The encyclopedic review of modern British music continued with a 1918 Broadway standard adopted by the West Ham football team, the Rolling Stones’ “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction” and “Bohemian Rhapsody,” by still another Queen, and other tracks too numerous to mention, but not to dance to.

The athletes marched in after the show. The Canadian team got a nice pop from the spectators at Olympic Stadium when it was introduced.

Flag-bearer Simon Whitfield was beaming as he led the Canadian contingent into the stadium as thumping dance music blared throughout the venue. The veteran triathlete proudly waved a large Maple Leaf as the sold-out crowd roared its approval.

“What a rush. It was so amazing and was such an honour to be here tonight leading all of the athletes that I respect,” Whitfield said.

Decked out in red and white jackets, khakis and white sneakers, dozens of Canadian athletes waved to the crowd and took pictures as they followed Whitfield along the infield.

A total of 277 athletes will compete for Canada at the Games but just under half that number were able to participate in the ceremony. Many athletes had to skip it to prepare for their events.

Prime Minister Stephen Harper has extended his best wishes to the team. Governor General David Johnston was in attendance Friday night along with other Canadian dignitaries.

The Canadian Olympic Committee has set an ambitious goal of a top-12 finish in the overall medal standings. Canada tied for 14th with 18 medals at the 2008 Games in Beijing.

The evening started with fighter jets streaming red, white and blue smoke and roaring over the stadium, packed with a buzzing crowd of 60,000 people, at 8:12 p.m. — or 20:12 in the 24-hour time observed by Britons.

Boyle, one of Britain’s most successful filmmakers, who directed “Slumdog Millionaire” and “Trainspotting,” had a ball with his favoured medium, mixing filmed passages with live action to hypnotic effect, with 15,000 volunteers taking part in the show.

Actor Rowan Atkinson as “Mr. Bean” provided laughs, shown dreaming that he was appearing in “Chariots of Fire,” the inspiring story of a Scotsman and an Englishman at the 1924 Paris Games.

Headlong rushes of movie images took spectators on wondrous, heart-racing voyages through everything British: a cricket match, the London Tube, the roaring, abundant seas that buffet and protect this island nation, and along the Thames, the river that winds like a vein through London and was the gateway for the city’s rise over the centuries as a great global hub of trade and industry.

Wearing his yellow winner’s jersey, newly crowned Tour de France champion Bradley Wiggins rang a 23-ton Olympic Bell from the same London foundry that made Big Ben and Philadelphia’s Liberty Bell. Its thunderous chime was a nod to the British tradition of pealing bells to celebrate the end of war and the crowning of kings and queens.

The show portrayed idyllic rural Britain — a place of meadows, farms, sport on village greens and picnics — that then gave way to the industrial transformation that revolutionized the nation in the 18th and 19th centuries, the foundation for an empire that reshaped world history. Belching chimneys rose where only moments earlier live sheep had trod.

The Industrial Revolution also produced terrifying weapons, and Boyle built in a moment of hush to honour those killed in war.

“This is not specific to a country. This is across all countries, and the fallen from all countries are celebrated and remembered,” he explained to reporters ahead of the ceremony.

“Because, obviously, one of the penalties of this incredible force of change that happened in a hundred years was the industrialization of war, and the fallen,” he said. “You know, millions fell.”

Olympic organizers separately rejected calls for a moment of silence for 11 Israeli athletes and coaches slain by Palestinian gunmen at the 1972 Munich Olympics.

The parade of nations featured most of the roughly 10,500 athletes — some planned to stay away to save their strength for competition — marching behind the flags of the 204 nations taking part.

Greece led, as the spiritual home of the games, and Team Great Britain was last, as host. Prince William and his wife, Kate, joined in thunderous applause that greeted the British team, which marched to the David Bowie track “Heroes.” A helicopter showered the athletes and stadium with 7 billion tiny pieces of paper — one for each person on Earth.

Bahrain and Brunei featured female flagbearers in what has been called the Olympics’ Year of the Woman. For the first time at the games, each national delegation includes women, and a record 45 per cent of the athletes are women. Three Saudi women marching behind the men in their delegation flashed victory signs with their fingers.

“This is a major boost for gender equality,” said the International Olympic Committee president, Jacques Rogge, overseeing his last games as head of the IOC before he steps down in 2013.

Rogge honoured the “great, sports-loving country” of Britain as “the birthplace of modern sport,” and he appealed to the thousands of athletes assembled before him for fair play.

“Character counts far more than medals. Reject doping. Respect your opponents. Remember that you are all role models. If you do that, you will inspire a generation,” Rogge said.

The queen then said: “I declare open the games of London, celebrating the 30th Olympiad of the modern era.”

Last month, the nation put on a festive Diamond Jubilee — a small test run for the games — to mark her 60 years on the throne, a reign that began shortly after London’s last Olympics, in 1948.

Former world heavyweight champion and 1960 Rome Olympic gold medallist Muhammad Ali was cheered when he appeared briefly with his wife, Lonnie, before the Olympic flag was unfurled.

Some 8,000 torchbearers, mostly unheralded Britons, had carried the flame on a 70-day, 8,000-mile journey from toe to tip of the British Isles, whipping up enthusiasm for a $14 billion Olympics taking place during a severe recession.

The final torchbearers were kept secret — remarkable given the scrutiny on these, the first Summer Games of the Twitter era.

Boyle’s challenge was daunting: To be as memorable as Beijing’s incredible, money-no-object opening ceremony of 2008, the costliest in Olympic history.

“Beijing is something that, in a way, was great to follow,” Boyle said. “You can’t get bigger than Beijing, you know? So that, in a way, kind of liberated us. We thought, ‘Great, OK, good, we’ll try and do something different.”’



Posted on May 24, 2011 by Jon Stall
Originated in ancient Greece in 776 BC, this sports festival was named after the ancient Greek city Olympia. Since then Olympic Games have played a major role in the history of mankind. The Olympic Games are a major sports festival in which athletes compete with each other in various competitions. When the Olympic Games were held in ancient Greece city-states irrespective of their differences participated in the games. The same applies in modern days where world countries irrespective of their conflicts and differences participate in the games with a friendly nature. The Olympics symbolize unity of the world.

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) is the governing body over the Olympics. Olympic Games are held every two years. Modern day Olympics contain four segments: Winter Olympics for ice and snow sports, Summer Olympics, Paralympic Games for athletes with physical disabilities, and Youth Olympic Games for teenage athletes. Each occasion of the Olympic Games are hosted by a different city in the world to support the principle of global harmony.

Each Olympic movement consists of international sports federations, National Olympic Committees (NOCs), and organizing committees. The Olympic flag, torch, and opening & closing ceremonies are symbols of this international event. Each year nearly 13,000 athletes from around the world compete with each other in 400 different events.

The First Olympic Games organized by IOC was held in 1896 in Athens, Greece. In 1900, for the first time in the history of Olympic Games, women were able to compete. In 1920, IOC initiated the winter version of the Olympics to encourage the sporting culture in ice and winter sports. In 1960, the first Paralympic games were hosted to promote the rehabilitation of soldiers of World War II. And in 2010, IOC has initiated the Youth Olympic Games for the athletes between the ages of 14 and 18.

Since its inception, the Olympic Games has faced many challenges like running on small budget until the first half of the 20th century, bribery, doping, racism, politics, and terrorism.  From its origin in Ancient Greece the Olympic Games followed huge gender discriminations. This scenario, however, had begun to change in modern times. In 2010 all but three of the countries involved sent their female athletes to compete. Also since its inception, the Olympic Games were banned only on three occasions (because of war).

Over the many years, some of the rules, federations, athletes, places, and medals have changed in the Olympic Games—but not its nature of unity and spirit in the sporting world.

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An Smart Web Master can take advantage of Global Recession

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How an Smart Web Master can take advantage of Global recession?

Recession is caused when consumers do not spend money hence become savers to cut company costs.
It is the time period of great suffering for employees of every company. The workforce which get severely affect are software engineers, labours and every other employer related with Information technology.

On the contrary this the period where webmasters can take advantage to the most.
To whatever level the recession has reached people will not stop surfing the internet, there still will be huge surfing and clicking of the websites addresses as well as google ads.
Here comes the concept of SEO, which apart from being in the mid of marketing, benefits alot to the webmasters. This is because of the reason a webmaster know the technique and idea behind pay-per-click and also they are aware of every concept about marketing strategy.
Whether you're the webmaster of a site with a moderated blog, forum or discussion lists you're always able to keep your work on track even if the recession monster is haunting the world.

In simple words lets say that a web master is a masterblaster or you can say he/she is a multi talented personality having sound knowledge of HTML,CSS and other web technologies as well well equipped with the knowledge of how to sell your product in market that's what people in industry call it MARKETING.
Even if the recession monster haunts, a webmaster can challenge it with full zeal.Let's take an example:
Suppose that a industry runs a business of hardware selling. During recession there may be a situation where the demand of people decrease but the marketing of the products need to be done. Here the webmaster take the advantage, because he is the one dealing with real marketing world and knows the strategy of how to indulge the customers atleast on to reading there marketing banners, blogs, emails related to the product.



Saturday, 28 July 2012

Why SEO cum Web Master should be smarter than a Software Engineer?




1.Web Master is also known as website administrator,its main focus is to
1.maintain website,
2.web servers
3.Operation hardware and software,
4. Most importantly check traffic though  the website.
Basically web master put there mind in designing as well as marketing of the particular website..
so that user or customer able to get information about our website.
So it is necessary that Web master should smarter than a s/w engineer because s/w engineer put
the main duties of a software engineer involve programming computers i.e .to implement practically
where as webmaster promote the website ,increase the traffic so that our website shiuld recongise by the user
and work of s/w engineer get noticed....so webmaster should be smarter.



Q2. What is Importance of blog link submission, url submission, and Ad Posting for SEO cum Web Master?
Ans2.Blog link submission url submission, and Ad Posting  are  helpful in getting backlinks and traffic.
It is one of the most prominent ways to improve SEO for your blog or website.The following technique
will be helpful in following ways they are as follows:-
1. Helpful in monitor and refine your search engine marketing performance.
2.Increase the value of your web properties.
3.Contributing to a sustainable advantage for particular business .
4.Promotion of website.
5.Blog link submission:It’s an adequate tool of online marketing which  website can be found on the Internet
quickly and would radically increase the inflow of traffic on your website.
6.Url submission:It's Submit the Url of your website to a number of links available on the web. So as to
help to acquire back links to website and it is also a key method for achieving high page rank.
7.Ad posting:the website business owner can use any size or any number of words to create an
impressive online ads posting.



Q3.Why Google , Yahoo, Microsoft like only those Web Masters, whose Website and Blogs have huge number of visitors?

Ans 3.Webmasters whose blogs and websites have huge number of visitors will substantially carry huge traffic with them.
With this huge blog traffic, very soon, that blog will come out of the top and  will receive better traffic and more user who can read the blog or website.
This in turn will increase the search engines clicks and increase in reliability,usability towards the  particular search engine.
For example :a user search on google a topic on how to download movies ? and if user satisifed with result then 'popularity' of the search engine increase.
The search engines do not  want to carry worst names  for showing results for the blogs Due to the high marketing value of targeted search results,
there is potential for an adversarial relationship between search engines and Webmasters.thats why.


Q4.Why all Search Engines do not prefer to work with less Traffic generated Website and Blog?
Ans4.The majority of web traffic is driven by the major commercial search engines such as Google, Yahoo ,Bing and MSN.
Google attracts approximately 60% of worldwide searches at 37 billion, with Yahoo (8.5 billion) and Microsoft (2.2 billion)
88% of users disregard  their search if the first 3 pages don't provide an answer to their question
This is the reason why search engines prefer high traffic websites because favouring less traffic websites will in turn result
in disregard the search from that particular search engine and thus decreases the popularity of the search engine.
No search engine can't tolerate with itself that is why high traffic websites are given top most priority.

just take an example when you search best movies of bollywood in 2011 then will you  to look for the thousands
of search results shown by the engine.   But obvious answer is NO because each don't have a so much time to check all results
usually u jst check 3 or 4 pages which have a high trafficing.









Q5.How an Smart Web Master can take advantage of Global  recession?
First of all what is Global  recession?A global recession is a period of global economic slowdown.Every coin has 2 faces
the one face is that:-  when consumers do not spend money hence become savers to cut company costs.
It is the time period of great suffering for employees of every company. The workforce which get severely affect are
software engineers, labours and every other employer related with Information technology.
where as other face is webmaster who takes the advantage of recession because what will be economic condition
people dnt stop surfing the internet there still will be huge surfing and clicking of the websites addresses as well as google ads
This is because of the reason a webmaster know the technique and idea behind pay-per-click and also they are aware of every
concept about marketing strategy.so that there website is available on the top and get money for each click.
for example:
Suppose that a industry runs a business of software selling.  There may be a situation where the demand
of people decrease but the marketing of the products need to be done. Here the webmaster take the advantage, because he
is the one dealing with real marketing world and knows the strategy of how to indulge the customers by ad posting,email,
social media.









Friday, 27 July 2012

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Working with us means joining a team of people operating in different contexts with the sole objective of winning over customer loyalty by offering top quality service every day. And the people who work for Alitalia and Alitalia Servizi are proud of this shared aim.

A particular feature of the team is the wide range of professional categories involved (ground staff, maintenance engineers, flight attendants, managers, IT technicians, pilots, etc) and the different work places – on the ground, in flight, in Italy or abroad. But the diversity is only apparent since the various roles are integrated to the point where the differences lead to close collaboration at all levels.

Whatever your professional background and qualifications, you will have the opportunity not only to work in a broader context but also to gain valuable experience as part of a service chain that runs from the design stage to the end-user. And of course the initial training period is backed up by ongoing refresher courses.

Courses range from graduate internships, training for flight crews and ground staff, and improving managerial skills. Investing in this sector means believing in people and in Alitalia’s potential, boosting the range of skills which represent the Company’s main resource for maintaining its strategic role on the domestic and international scenario.


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What can Alitalia offer you?
Our Company is currently involved in a major re-launching project which represents a motivating challenge for all those who work there. More than ever today, a period of internship with Alitalia is an opportunity to find out more about the air transport business and to discover the factors that affect its development.As an intern, you will have the chance to see many different professions at work and to get hands-on experience of what is required to keep our business running smoothly.

Your skills and enthusiasm will take off !
There could be a place for you in one of these areas:

Sales – Commercial sales in Italy and abroad, direct sales
Purchasing and supply management – Procurement to support all Company departments, monitoring supplies, developing the e-supply chain
Auditing and security – Evaluating the internal control system (auditing), managing the security control system
Marketing and businessstrategies – Strategic marketing, network and fleet planning, network agreements, revenue management and distribution systems, marketing management, customer relations and customer satisfaction
Production– Managing aeronautical quality systems, configuration and monitoring of industrial systems, planning and programming operations, engineering and managing aeronautical maintenance, dealing with flight and ground operations, contacts with customers, operational coordination
Engineering & Maintenance: maintenance of aircraft and components.  Overhauling and inspecting engines. Quality.
Information Technology – defining IT and governance strategies, running ICT projects, software architecture, IT security
External relations and communications – Internal and institutional communications, relations with the media, corporate image and sponsorship, institutional relations
Administration and finance, management control, legal – Planning and budgeting, monitoring administrative processes, balance sheets and fiscal policy, planning and managing financial resources, risk analysis, insurance
Human resources – Selection, management, training, managerial courses, talent spotting, organization, industrial relations with ground and flight staff, training

The profile we’re looking for
Degrees: economics, engineering (business, mechanical, aeronautical, electronic, aerospace), computer sciences, statistics, jurisprudence, communication sciences
Languages: good knowledge of English (written and spoken)Computer skills: good knowledge of PCs and the main Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, Power Point, etc).

If you’re interested in working as an intern with Alitalia and have the right qualifications, send your CV to: selezione.stagisti@alitalia.it


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Thursday, 26 July 2012

Become a Guest Aviation Blogger ? Our Guidelines

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Since the day we first started this business aviation blog, our goal has been sharing useful information that supports the planning and execution of successful trips. Keeping that spirit in mind, we are looking for others who are similarly passionate about our industry and want to share their knowledge with the global business aviation community.

If this sounds like you, we invite you to write for our blog.

WHO

Any business aviation professional or person who works with our industry is invited. This includes but is not limited to:

Pilots
AME
Flight Attendants
Cabin Crew
Schedulers and dispatchers
Flight department managers and directors
Charter brokers
Aviation maintenance professionals
FBOs and ground handlers
Support experts (e.g., tax, legal, ground transport, visas, etc.)




CONTENT

Your post must be on a topic relevant to business aviation. (After all, this is a business aviation blog.) Examples of topics include:

Aviation HR
Airlines Bookings
In flight Experience
Any component of trip planning and execution
Business aircraft operations (e.g., tax, maintenance, etc.)
Firsthand experiences (e.g., as a pilot, flight attendant, etc.)
Your post cannot be an advertisement for your product or service.

BENEFITS

By becoming a guest author on our blog, you have the opportunity to:

Gain exposure with a large audience of aviation professionals and enthusiasts following our blog and social-media fan pages
Build your online authority by sharing your knowledge and expertise
Boost quality traffic to your Web site or blog


GUIDELINES

Your content must be original (i.e., yours) and not previously published anywhere else.
You agree not to publish your content anywhere else. You may, however, reproduce content snippets on other Web sites as teasers that link to your post on our blog.

Your post should be approximately 200 – 1500 words or, if videography is your preference, you can provide short videos (less than 15 minutes) with a brief description. If you are providing a video, you can choose to host it on your own channel, such as YouTube or Vimeo. You can also share good pictures too.
All posts we publish will have an image. If you provide an image to accompany your post, it must be entirely yours, or you must have permission to use it. If you do not provide an image, we will suggest one for you. (It’s O.K. We like selecting images!). We will always get your approval on any image we select prior to publishing it with your post.
Please provide us your picture and short bio, in which you may include up to three links (such as your Web site, LinkedIn page, etc.). Here’s an example of what a bio should look like.
If we publish your post, you must be willing to engage with our readers in the comments section under your post.

EDITING

Please don’t be offended if we edit your post for format, grammar, punctuation, spelling, etc. We’ll use track changes for any edits we make, and we’ll always send your post back to you for approval. After all, it’s YOUR post.

PLEASE UNDERSTAND

Just because we receive a guest post does not obligate us to publish it. We will publish guest posts at our sole discretion with the interest of our readers in mind. That said, if we feel your post isn’t right for our blog, we may offer suggestions for redeveloping it for our readers. Similarly, if you have an idea for a post you’d like to run by us first before you put time into writing it, feel free to contact us.

SUBMISSIONS

This is the easy part. Send us an e-mail with your post and bio attached in a Word document along with your photo. We’ll get back to you within 72 working hours.


Happy Landings ..........

Capt Shekhar Gupta
CEO
AeroSoft Corp
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http://www.aerosoft.in
http://www.aerosoftorg.in
http://www.aerosoftcorp.in
E  :  shekhar@aerosoft.in

Tuesday, 24 July 2012

Anna is Back in Action Please support him

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On the eve of their yet another fast for an effective Lokpal Bill, Team Anna on Tuesday hit out at the government, with anti graft crusader Anna Hazare accusing the government of repeatedly going back on its promises.


Addressing mediapersons here, Hazare said, "The aim is to campaign for a Lokpal Bill. The government is only giving us assurances, but takes no action."



Elaborating on his meeting with the Law Minister, he said, "The government sent Salman Khurshid to meet me at my village. He said that the government was willing to pass the Lokpal Bill that we wanted. But nothing was done about it. The government has betrayed us time and again."

"The Government, Standing Committee and various commissions have let us down," Hazare said, adding, "the government does not want to check corruption."

He informed that he would sit on indefinite hunger strike at Jantar Mantar from Sunday, four days after his aides Arvind Kejriwal, Manish Sisodia and Gopal Rai kickstart their campaign.

Meanwhile, key Team Anna associate Arvind Kejriwal alleged that President-elect Pranab Mukherjee and 15 central ministers including the Prime Minister were corrupt.

"Pranab Mukherjee is also among the 15 corrupt ministers. It's unfortunate he will become the President tomorrow," Kejriwal said.

He demanded setting up of fast track courts to deal with corruption cases related to the members of parliament.

"All those parties who supported Pranab have betrayed the country. 162 MPs in Lok Sabha and 39 MPs in Rajya Sabha have cases of corruption against them. Fast-track courts should be made to dispose off such cases against them," Kejriwal said.

Team Anna has demanded setting up of a Special Investigation Team to probe corruption allegations against Union Ministers, besides constituting a fast track court to try cases against MPs and a strong Lokpal Bill. (ANI)


TEAM A:
1. Anna Hazare (RTI campaigner)
2. Shanti Bhushan (Lawyer)
3. Kiran Bedi (former IPS officer)
4. Prashant Bhushan (Lawyer)
5. Arvind Kejriwal (the former IRS officer)
6. Santosh Hegde (the former Supreme Court judge)

TEAM B:
1. Manish Sisodia (ex-Zee Journalist)
2. Shazia Ilmi (former Star News anchor)
3. Abhinandan Sekhri (former TV news reporter)
4. Shivendra Singh (a 33-year-old journalist who led the India Against Corruption (IAC) campaign)
5. Aswathi Murlidhara (Hazare’s movement provided her a distinct role as a media coordinator, with media advocacy being one of the key functions behind the protest.)

TEAM C:
1. Kumar Vishwas (a poet from Pilkuwa in Ghaziabad, professor of Hindustani literature, He is the author of the university song for the CCS University)
2. Nitin Davar (official “performance in-charge” at Ramlila Maidan and sings all the “jan geets” in between the speeches)
3. Gaurav Bakshi (created a Facebook page for Anna Hazare and also started the website annahazare.org)
4. Ankit Lal
5. Ashwin Jain
6. Shekhar Gupta ( Blogger )

Happy Landings ..........

Capt Shekhar Gupta
CEO
AeroSoft Corp
W : www.aerosoftseo.com
www.aerosoftseo.com
http://www.aerosoft.in
http://www.aerosoftorg.in
http://www.aerosoftcorp.in
E  :  shekhar@aerosoft.in



Monday, 23 July 2012

American Airlines to lay off 1200 workers




AMERICAN Airlines aims to lay off 1200 non-unionised workers, with its sights on sky caps, cargo staff, airport agents and reservationists, it revealed today.

Parent AMR Corp. is seeking $US1.25 billion ($1.2 billion) in annual concessions from its workers in order to reduce its costs and successfully restructure in bankruptcy-court protection.

Cutbacks include paring annual costs for its 10,000 non-union staff by $US95 million, or 20 per cent.

Next Monday, American will begin its argument in US Bankruptcy Court in Manhattan for why the judge should allow the company to abrogate its current labor agreements with its three big unions so that the carrier can impose terms on those workers, The Wall Street Journal reported.

The unions, representing pilots, flight attendants, mechanics and ground workers, will be able to mount their case for why they believe AMR is asking for too much next month.

The judge has indicated he will render a decision on June 6, and it is expected that he will encourage the parties to try to reach consensual agreements on new terms before then.

The Fort Worth-based carrier today said its staff changes will be implemented within the next 60 to 120 days, the Star-Telegram reported.

It also plans to shut its regional reservations office in Tucson, proposing to move some of the 750 agents there to home-based work, and make cutbacks in its premium traveler clubs.

“The decisions in reshaping these departments — including in some cases, outsourcing, creating different tiers of work, closing some operations and moving some work to home-based positions — were not made lightly,” said airline spokesman Bruce Hicks.

“While very difficult, all of these approaches are designed to preserve tens of thousands of jobs and return American to a sustainable, profitable airline.”

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Sunday, 22 July 2012

Continental Airlines hiring Flight Attendants




At United®, we are thriving in the culture that our employees have helped to create, one that encourages new ideas and rewards performance. With the right qualifications, attitude and commitment, there's almost no limit to how high you can go here.

United prides itself on treating our employees well and offering them a wide array of benefits and privileges. Depending on the position and length of service, domestic benefits and privileges include travel passes, a profit-sharing plan, on-time bonuses, a perfect attendance program, a stock purchase plan, a retirement plan, medical, dental, vision and life insurance, and a 401(k) savings plan.

The time is right to join United. We're reinventing our company from the ground up, and opportunities exist for many experience levels. If you are a dedicated individual who is ready to move your career in a positive new direction, United Airlines may be the place for you.

Continental Airlines

Flight Attendant Positions
This is an exciting time to be a Flight Attendant at Continental. Continental Airlines recently merged with United Airlines to form the world largest airline. For the time being, the two airlines will continue to operate separately. In anticipation of acquiring several new airplanes, including the new 787 Dreamliner, Continental is looking for talented, conscientious, safety and service-minded individuals to join our team as Flight Attendants.

At Continental, we recognize that one of our greatest assets is our people. The rich diversity of ideas, experiences, cultures and lifestyles represented by Continental employees makes it possible for us to give the best possible service to our global customers. We offer everything you need to build the career you have always wanted. Your search for a great place to work ends right here at Continental Airlines.
Why Join The Continental Airlines Winning Team?
Great Reasons for Choosing a Career at Continental

Best Employee Travel Program in the industry
Profit Sharing Plan that shares the company's success with employees
Perfect Attendance Awards recognize continuous service by employees
On-time Bonuses reward employees for meeting on-time arrival/departure targets

Some other great reasons for choosing Continental include competitive medical, dental and vision insurance programs, as well as holiday, vacation and sick time. You can also enroll in our 401(k) plan, which offers valuable resources in saving for retirement. As a Continental employee, you are also eligible to receive employee discounts on air travel, car rentals, hotels, and cruise ships.
What It Takes To Become a Continental Airlines Flight Attendant

Being a flight attendant is a multi-task job requiring many skills. Flight attendants perform important safety, security and service-related responsibilities and interact with a diverse group of customers and fellow employees.
Summary of Essential Job Responsibilities

Work independently without constant observation, yet work well with others as part of a team
Work in accordance with established procedures and performance standards
Ensure compliance with Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Regulations
Prepare and serve multiple meals and beverages
Sell onboard liquor, headsets and duty-free items
Assist customers with carry-on items
Ensure safety and comfort of our customers
Respond and provide leadership during an emergency, including aircraft evacuation and unusual situations (bomb threats, hijackings, delayed flights, severe weather conditions, turbulent flights, etc.)
Respond to customer medical situations and administer first aid to ill or incapacitated customers
Maintain order and handle unruly or irate customers
Work irregular days and hours with the ability to travel to all countries to which we fly
Regular reliable compliance with attendance policy

This summary of job duties indicates the general nature and level of work performed by employees within this job classification. It is not to be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all responsibilities and qualifications that may be required of employees assigned to this job classification. Additional duties may be added as required by the operational needs of Continental Airlines.
What It Takes To Be A Successful Continental Airlines Flight Attendant

Flight attendants are the most highly visible employees to our customers. The friendliness and quality of service provided by our flight attendants greatly influences our customers' perception of Continental Airlines. Therefore, applicants are expected to have specific qualifications and meet certain requirements.
Flight Attendant Qualifications

Good judgment
Excellent dependability
Exceptional interpersonal skills
Caring and nurturing disposition
Ability to accept personal responsibility for resolving concerns
Strong work ethic
Good service orientation
Excellent communication skills
Professional appearance suitable for a conservative business environment
Friendly and polite in all situations
Ability to handle pressure in stressful situations
Physical agility and strength for assisting customers and their luggage

Job Requirements

Minimum 21 years of age
High school diploma or equivalency
Secondary education is preferred
Basic computer literacy
Ability to perform basic math skills
Minimum 2 years direct customer service experience
Ability to hear, read, write and fluently speak and understand the English language
Possess and maintain a valid United States passport or foreign passport with applicable visas.
Authorized to work in the United States as defined in the Immigration Reform Act of 1986
Ability to pass a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) required ten-year work history review, a criminal background check and submit to fingerprinting
Ability to comprehend and retain information pertinent to the position
Ability to pass a rigorous training program
Willing to work holidays, weekends, nights and extended hours
Willing to work "reserve" status for a long duration
Willing to reside within a driving radius of your assigned base
Willing to relocate based on company's operational needs
Willing to submit to random drug/alcohol testing
Reliable transportation to and from the airport

Flight attendants work in an environment subject to frequent changes in geography, culture, climate, cabin altitude, G-forces, dry air, high noise levels, dim lighting, turbulence and continuous and frequent contact with others in flight. Flight attendants work in confined spaces of aircraft aisles and galleys. To accomplish service and cabin equipment operation needs for periods of long duration, flight attendants must stand, walk, kneel, bend, stoop, stretch, reach, lift heavy objects from the floor to above shoulder-level and push/pull equipment.
Additional Job Requirements

Minimum height of 5'0" and maximum height of 6'3" without shoes
Height and weight proportionate to maintain professional appearance; body size cannot exceed specific aircraft dimensions (example: jumpseat, harness without modification, cabin aisle and emergency exits)
Vision correctable to 20/40 or better (uncorrected 20/200 or better)
Push and pull beverage/meal cart (150-250 lbs.)
Lift liquor kit (up to 43 lbs.)
Lift emergency window exit (up to 60 lbs.)
Open emergency door (91-126 lbs. stress)
Maintain lifestyle free from alcohol abuse and illegal drug use
Successful completion of pre-employment examination revealing no physical or mental limitations that would impair ability to perform routine or emergency duties

This summary of job requirements is not to be interpreted as a comprehensive list. Additional job requirements may be added as required by the operational needs of Continental Airlines.
Employment Conditions
Relocation

Continental Airlines will assign your initial base. You must be able to be based in any of our domiciles. Our current flight attendant domiciles are located in Cleveland, OH (Cleveland Hopkins International Airport); Houston, TX (Houston George Bush Intercontinental Airport; and Newark, NJ (Newark Liberty International Airport).

You will be required to live within a driving radius of your assigned base.

All associated relocation costs are the sole responsibility of the flight attendant.

Work Schedule

New hire flight attendants will work on reserve status to be determined by company operational needs.

While on reserve, flight attendants must live in their base city and be able to report for duty within 2 hours notice. Reserve flight attendants must provide phone numbers where they can be reached while on duty and be available for duty assignments on a 24 hour standby basis.

Reserve flight attendants will be assigned a schedule with a minimum number of days off a month.

Flight attendants may fly domestically and internationally.

Flight attendants will be away from home for several consecutive days at a time.

Flight attendants routinely work nights, weekends, holidays and extended hours.

Salary

All flight attendant wages and other terms and conditions are governed by the contract agreed upon between Continental Airlines and International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers (IAM) and are competitive with other major airlines. Flight attendants are required to pay monthly union dues.

Continental Flight attendants are paid the following hourly base pay rates:
1st year - $19.99 2nd year $23.35 3rd year $24.66 4th year $26.60 5th year $28.54
There are annual increases through the 16th year. In addition, flight attendants are eligible for additional incentive compensation, pay for use of designated language skills, position override pay (lead and galley positions).

All flight attendants receive per diem expense reimbursement of $1.95-$2.50 per hour for all trips which require more than one duty period.

Reserve flight attendants receive a pay guarantee of 83 hours per month or their legal alternative.

These figures are subject to change as different agreements may be reached with the Union.
Training

Employment will be contingent upon successful completion of a four and one half-week unpaid training program in Houston, Texas. Accommodations will be provided.

Background Check and Ability to Fly to All Countries Continental Serves

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) requires a ten-year work history review, a criminal background check and fingerprinting for flight attendants. Employment is contingent upon satisfactory completion of the background investigation according to FAA and Continental Airlines standards.

All Continental Airlines flight attendants must be able to travel freely in and out the United States, to/from all destinations and countries that Continental serves without restriction.

Some countries place restrictions on the ability of foreign visitors to enter. For instance, Canada prohibits visitors who have been convicted of criminal offenses or who have criminal charges currently pending against them from entering Canada. Some convictions that make a person inadmissible for entry into Canada include theft, driving while intoxicated, and a number of other felonies and misdemeanors. There are procedures to seek special permission or waivers from Canada to permit entry, but these are not automatic. For more information on Canadian travel restrictions, please contact the Canadian government website and or local consulate. This is not an exhaustive list of countries with restrictions. All Flight Attendants are responsible for making sure they are able to fly to all countries and destinations that are served by Continental Airlines.

Drug Screening

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) requires a drug screening for flight attendant applicants. Continental Airlines requires employees to maintain drug-free lives and to submit to drug/alcohol testing randomly throughout their career. Employment is contingent upon a cleared drug screen according to FAA and Continental Airlines standards.

Uniforms

Flight attendants are responsible for the purchase of their initial set of uniform pieces and luggage. After the first year, annual replacement of uniform pieces will be provided by Continental Airlines. The initial cost for uniforms and luggage is approximately $720, which may be payroll deducted once employed by the company.

Applicants invited to attend a training class will be required to:

Present a valid federal or state issued form of photo identification
Present a photo copy of a valid passport or copy of a receipt verifying that an application for a passport has been submitted and is being processed
Present documentation authorizing work and residence in the United States

Thank you for your interest in being a Continental Airlines flight attendant.

If you meet ALL of the above-mentioned qualifications and ALL of the employment conditions are acceptable to you, please click on the link below to begin the application process. You will be asked to submit general contact information, attach a resume* and/or complete an online application, and answer job-related questions.




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Happy Landings ..........

Capt Shekhar Gupta
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