Wednesday, 29 August 2012

Asaram Bapu and four others had a miraculous escape when their helicopter crashed

11000



GODHRA (Gujarat): Religious guru Asaram Bapu and four others had a miraculous escape when their helicopter crashed just ahead of landing at a local college here today, police said.

They sustained minor injuries in the incident, police said.

"The chartered helicopter Asaram Bapu and his followers were travelling in developed a technical snag prior to landing at Godhra Science college and fell from a considerable height," police officials said.

It fell on the ground after losing balance and the impact was so powerful that it lay tilted on the ground, they said.

Bapu and the pilot had to be taken out after breaking the glass. They were rushed for treatment to a nearby Ashram hospital, officials said.

The guru was scheduled to address a two-day satsang (religious) function organised here, they said.



As per more then 350 search Engines including AltaVista, Bing, Google and Yahoo
Expert Team Of Aerosoft is Best Aviation SEO KPO Team in Asia
Best Aviation Managers in Asia:


Best HR Manager Manager Operations in Asia :
Er Anubha Barod [ B.E. MBA [ E Comm]
anubha.barod@aerosoftseo.com

Best Manager Marketing in Asia  :
Ankita Mishra [ B Sc (CS) MBA (Mktg)]
AnkitaM@aerosoftorg.in

Best Aviation Software Engineer Cum Aviation Blogger in Asia:
Ruchika Mandore [ BCA ]


Books by AeroSoft

Books

psr
P - Productivity S - Speed R - Relevancy   
Price: $20.00 USD. Approx. 22,870 words. Language: English. Published on August 23, 2013. Category: Essay.
How to Take Off Your Professional Career from an Average to Exceptional with the Hidden PSR in You. A Book By working CEO and Manager with Day to day and live Examples How to Fight with Global Recession. By Shekhar Gupta Surbhi Maheshwari
Published: Aug. 23, 2013
Words: 22,870 (approximate)
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301432448

psr Be an Aviator Not a Pilot

is a story of Pilots in Aviation who are unable to cope. This is not a book to teach you how to get into an Aviation School or even how to live like a Pilot. In fact, it describes how one can become a Successfull Aviator not just an Airplane Driver [ So called Pilot ] with very small changes in life. Also Why abroad trained Pilots are better Aviator and Why FAA, CASA, CAAP, CAA are better civil Aviation Authority then DGCA.
by
Shekhar Gupta
Ankisha Awasthi 
Be An Aviator not A Pilot    
Price: $1.99 USD. Approx. 4,750 words. Language: English. 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.
pcg
Pilot’s Career Guide 
Price: $20.00 USD. Approx. 25,040 words. Language: English. 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 And Niriha Khajanchi
CCCG

Cabin Crew Career Guide


Published: Aug. 26, 2013 
Words: 2,160 (approximate)
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301001965

Australia: No Indians or Asians job ad triggers outrage



Melbourne: A contractor of Australia's supermarket chain Coles has come under fire for publishing a job advertisement, which barred Indians or Asians from applying. "Store requires no Indians or Asians please. Must speak English (sic)", read the online ad posted on Sunday.
The ad on the Gumtree website sought cleaners for a supermarket at Eastlands Shopping Centre in Hobart, according to local media reports.
It triggered outraged on social media sites, with people calling for a boycott of the store. Local newspaper The Mercury reported that the ad was later removed from the site.

A Coles spokesman on Monday admitted the ad had been posted by a contract company responsible for cleaning its Rosny store. "The ad was placed without Coles' knowledge and we were extremely concerned to learn of the ad and its contents," spokesman Jim Cooper said.
Tasmania's Anti-Discrimination Commissioner Robin Banks was quoted as saying that she wanted to track down the cleaning contractor to pursue possible legal action. "It's unlawful to blanket preclude a person because of their race," she said.
Banks said she often received complaints about job ads that discriminated against particular races. She said both the company offering the position and the publisher of the advert could be subject to legal action.
"Gumtree is probably in breach (of the law) as well because the Act says you can't publish, display, etc - material that is discriminatory," Banks said, adding "I've had other ads in print form and other sites brought to my attention, which I've followed up with the publisher.






As per more then 350 search Engines including AltaVista, Bing, Google and Yahoo
Expert Team Of Aerosoft is Best Aviation SEO KPO Team in Asia

Best HR Manager Manager Operations in Asia :
Er Anubha Barod [ B.E. MBA [ E Comm]
anubha.barod@aerosoftseo.com

Best Manager Marketing in Asia  :
Ankita Mishra [ B Sc (CS) MBA (Mktg)]
AnkitaM@aerosoftorg.in

Best Aviation Software Engineer Cum Aviation Blogger in Asia:
Ruchika Mandore [ BCA ]







Air India gears up to receive Dreamliner

11000
http://aerosoftseo.com/book/


With Air India’s first Boeing 787 Dreamliner landing here on Wednesday, a delivery schedule for the aircraft would be firmed up soon as two more are ready for delivery, official sources said.The last hurdle in taking delivery of this plane has been cleared with the law and justice ministry giving nod to the compensation settlement agreement which Air India would sign with the US plane-maker for the four-year delay in its deliveries.

An Air India team has reached Boeing's South Carolina facility to go through the formalities as soon as they get a nod from the airline's brass.A definitive delivery schedule would follow soon and it could involve the first few of these long-haul planes being delivered in 7-10 day intervals, the sources suggested.

With the first aircraft coming in now, Air India plans to take delivery of all 27 of them by 2016. The Dreamliners' delivery was to take place in 2008 and the rest by October 2011. But their delivery was delayed due to various factors, including spare supply delays and labour trouble.

The induction of the plane would enable Air India mount several new international flights, including those it plans to launch for Melbourne and Sydney this winter. The twin-aisle aircraft can typically carry between 210 and 250 passengers on routes of 14,200 km to 15,200 km distance, while using 20 per cent less fuel than airplanes of similar size. This is because of its lighter weight as it is made out of carbon composite material, instead of aluminium.

However, the aircraft would be flown on busy domestic routes for about two months for the already-trained pilots to practice more on take-offs and landings, before it is put into service on long-haul international routes, the sources said.

Air India was the second airline to place orders for 27 B-787s but two Japanese carriers, All Nippon Airways, Japan Airlines, and Ethiopian Airlines have already started flying them.

Boeing's Dreamliner programme recently suffered a setback with loss-making Australian carrier Qantas cancelling orders for 35 of them. The US aircraft manufacturer has invested an estimated $14 billion or more to develop the wide-body jet.

Last minute hitch in Air India taking delivery of the aircraft was also caused by an incident in which debris fell off a Dreamliner's engine during a pre-flight test at the Charleston Airport in South Carolina. This particular plane was made for Air India.

The US National Transport Safety Board probed the incident, following which India's Director General of Civil Aviation sought a report from its American counterpart — Federal Aviation Authority — on it. The safety clearance has now been given by both US and Indian authorities.





As per more then 350 search Engines including AltaVista, Bing, Google and Yahoo
Expert Team Of Aerosoft is Best Aviation SEO KPO Team in Asia
Best Aviation Managers in Asia:


Best HR Manager Manager Operations in Asia :
Er Anubha Barod [ B.E. MBA [ E Comm]
anubha.barod@aerosoftseo.com

Best Manager Marketing in Asia  :
Ankita Mishra [ B Sc (CS) MBA (Mktg)]
AnkitaM@aerosoftorg.in

Best Aviation Software Engineer Cum Aviation Blogger in Asia:
Ruchika Mandore [ BCA ]







engineering jobs, government jobs, bank jobs telecom jobs ,mba jobs ,teaching jobs ,jobs in Australia, jobs in Brazil , jobs in Canada ,jobs in New Zealand ,jobs in UK ,jobs in USA
Books by AeroSoft

Books

psr
P - Productivity S - Speed R - Relevancy    
Price: $20.00 USD. Approx. 22,870 words. Language: English. Published on August 23, 2013. Category: Essay. 
How to Take Off Your Professional Career from an Average to Exceptional with the Hidden PSR in You. A Book By working CEO and Manager with Day to day and live Examples How to Fight with Global Recession. By Shekhar Gupta Surbhi Maheshwari
Published: Aug. 23, 2013 
Words: 22,870 (approximate)
Language: English
ISBN9781301432448

psr Be an Aviator Not a Pilot 

is a story of Pilots in Aviation who are unable to cope. This is not a book to teach you how to get into an Aviation School or even how to live like a Pilot. In fact, it describes how one can become a Successfull Aviator not just an Airplane Driver [ So called Pilot ] with very small changes in life. Also Why abroad trained Pilots are better Aviator and Why FAA, CASA, CAAP, CAA are better civil Aviation Authority then DGCA.
by
Shekhar Gupta 
Ankisha Awasthi 
Be An Aviator not A Pilot     
Price: $1.99 USD. Approx. 4,750 words. Language: English. 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.
pcg
Pilot’s Career Guide  
Price: $20.00 USD. Approx. 25,040 words. Language: English. 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 And Niriha Khajanchi
CCCG

Cabin Crew Career Guide


Published: Aug. 26, 2013 
Words: 2,160 (approximate)
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301001965

Riding the Next Wave of Productivity


The revolution is spearheaded by workers who are investing their own resources to buy, learn, and use a broad range of popular consumer technologies and application tools to get things done in the workplace.

These consumer technologies and tools are bringing down the old artificial barriers around the workplace. At work and at home and everywhere in between, tech-savvy workers and consumers are using the same powerful, widely available tools and applications – from smartphones and iPads to social networks and instant messaging - to stay informed, connected and productive in their professional as well as their personal lives. Add to that the changing usage demands of an always-on environment with anytime/anywhere access fundamentally changing support and service requirements.

This “Consumer-Powered IT” trend is already turning traditional IT models on their head. It’s a powerful new way to work that, in our view at Unisys, will transform organizations over the next three to five years and usher in a new wave of business productivity. And yet most organizations are woefully unprepared to capitalize on this powerful movement.

A recent Unisys study, conducted by IDC, exposes a troubling gap between the activities and expectations of new generations of “iWorkers” and their employers’ readiness to manage, secure, and support this movement—and capitalize on it. Capitalizing on it means; boosting productivity with new ways of connecting and sharing, staying competitive as an innovative company and workplace, and delivering IT flexibly while managing security.

Younger iWorkers are not demanding change—they are driving it through consensus usage motivated by mobility and interconnectedness. While iWorkers are intimately familiar and facile with technology, they have little understanding of the security risks, management issues, and policy and governance implications that arise from mass introduction of consumer devices and applications into the workplace.

Organizations, meanwhile, are still largely operating in the standardized, command-and-control IT models of the past. Those models are very good at managing risks and costs, but they prevent the typical organization from navigating the swift waters of breakthrough thinking and innovation being unleashed by the fourth wave of productivity.   

To harness the full power of this new wave of productivity, organizations need to modernize their IT environments in order to:

Manage and support these popular consumer technologies;
Secure critical data and assets against hackers, viruses, identity thieves, and other widespread consumer IT threats; 
Offer the interactive “app” experiences that consumers are looking for when transacting with their suppliers;
Handle the expected four-fold increase in transaction load that these new interactive experiences will impose on the IT infrastructure;
Attract and retain the new generation of workers entering the workforce.
For organizations that embrace and capitalize on the wave of innovation being unleashed by this consumer-powered IT, the leverage is enormous - in terms of organizational flexibility, a more engaged and productive workforce, the ability to leapfrog established competitors, and, yes, even achieve cost avoidance.



As per more then 350 search Engines including AltaVista, Bing, Google and Yahoo
Expert Team Of Aerosoft is Best Aviation SEO KPO Team in Asia
Best Aviation Managers in Asia:


Best HR Manager Manager Operations in Asia :
Er Anubha Barod [ B.E. MBA [ E Comm]
anubha.barod@aerosoftseo.com

Best Manager Marketing in Asia  :
Ankita Mishra [ B Sc (CS) MBA (Mktg)]
AnkitaM@aerosoftorg.in

Best Aviation Software Engineer Cum Aviation Blogger in Asia:
Ruchika Mandore [ BCA ]



 


 

 

Books by AeroSoft

Books

psr
P - Productivity S - Speed R - Relevancy    
Price: $20.00 USD. Approx. 22,870 words. Language: English. Published on August 23, 2013. Category: Essay. 
How to Take Off Your Professional Career from an Average to Exceptional with the Hidden PSR in You. A Book By working CEO and Manager with Day to day and live Examples How to Fight with Global Recession. By Shekhar Gupta Surbhi Maheshwari
Published: Aug. 23, 2013 
Words: 22,870 (approximate)
Language: English
ISBN9781301432448

psr Be an Aviator Not a Pilot 

is a story of Pilots in Aviation who are unable to cope. This is not a book to teach you how to get into an Aviation School or even how to live like a Pilot. In fact, it describes how one can become a Successfull Aviator not just an Airplane Driver [ So called Pilot ] with very small changes in life. Also Why abroad trained Pilots are better Aviator and Why FAA, CASA, CAAP, CAA are better civil Aviation Authority then DGCA.
by
Shekhar Gupta 
Ankisha Awasthi 
Be An Aviator not A Pilot     
Price: $1.99 USD. Approx. 4,750 words. Language: English. 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.
pcg
Pilot’s Career Guide  
Price: $20.00 USD. Approx. 25,040 words. Language: English. 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 And Niriha Khajanchi
CCCG

Cabin Crew Career Guide


Published: Aug. 26, 2013 
Words: 2,160 (approximate)
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301001965

Australia-Europe carbon link wrong: Abbott


AUSTRALIA-EUROPE CARBON LINK WRONG: ABBOTT


Opposition Leader Tony Abbott says the government is "wrong-headed" to link its emissions trading scheme to Europe's carbon market.


Climate Change Minister Greg Combet on Tuesday announced the Australian scheme would link with the world's largest carbon market in Europe from 2015 and the government would not go ahead with a floor price for carbon emissions.

Asked what signal it would send to the rest of the world about Australia's commitment to tackling climate change, Mr Abbott told reporters in Townsville: "Europe is not the rest of the world . our competitors, our trading partners, are not introducing a carbon tax".


"And this idea we somehow secure our economic future by tying up with Europe, when Europe is going backwards and Asia is going forwards, just shows how wrong-headed this government is," he said.

Mr Abbott said Prime Minister Julia Gillard had given up on bringing the budget back to surplus, as the carbon tax would now deliver less revenue than expected and the government was rolling out big spending programs on education, immigration and dental health.

"This is a government which knows it is not going to deliver the promised surplus and will do almost anything to avoid the humiliation of having to admit that it can't be trusted with public money," Mr Abbott said.



As per more then 350 search Engines including AltaVista, Bing, Google and Yahoo
Expert Team Of Aerosoft is Best Aviation SEO KPO Team in Asia
Best Aviation Managers in Asia:


Best HR Manager Manager Operations in Asia :
Er Anubha Barod [ B.E. MBA [ E Comm]
anubha.barod@aerosoftseo.com

Best Manager Marketing in Asia  :
Ankita Mishra [ B Sc (CS) MBA (Mktg)]
AnkitaM@aerosoftorg.in

Best Aviation Software Engineer Cum Aviation Blogger in Asia:
Ruchika Mandore [ BCA ]




 



 



Books by AeroSoft

Books

psr
P - Productivity S - Speed R - Relevancy    
Price: $20.00 USD. Approx. 22,870 words. Language: English. Published on August 23, 2013. Category: Essay. 
How to Take Off Your Professional Career from an Average to Exceptional with the Hidden PSR in You. A Book By working CEO and Manager with Day to day and live Examples How to Fight with Global Recession. By Shekhar Gupta Surbhi Maheshwari
Published: Aug. 23, 2013 
Words: 22,870 (approximate)
Language: English
ISBN9781301432448

psr Be an Aviator Not a Pilot 

is a story of Pilots in Aviation who are unable to cope. This is not a book to teach you how to get into an Aviation School or even how to live like a Pilot. In fact, it describes how one can become a Successfull Aviator not just an Airplane Driver [ So called Pilot ] with very small changes in life. Also Why abroad trained Pilots are better Aviator and Why FAA, CASA, CAAP, CAA are better civil Aviation Authority then DGCA.
by
Shekhar Gupta 
Ankisha Awasthi 
Be An Aviator not A Pilot     
Price: $1.99 USD. Approx. 4,750 words. Language: English. 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.
pcg
Pilot’s Career Guide  
Price: $20.00 USD. Approx. 25,040 words. Language: English. 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 And Niriha Khajanchi
CCCG

Cabin Crew Career Guide


Published: Aug. 26, 2013 
Words: 2,160 (approximate)
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301001965

Joint Director General of civil aviation A K Sharan,



MUMBAI: In a surprising move, joint director-general of civil aviation A K Sharan, against whom the Central Vigilance Commission and the aviation ministry recommended major penalty proceedings last month and who was under suspension after being found guilty of fraud, has been reinstated with no action taken against him. "With this, the civil aviation ministry seems to have sent out a message that the misuse of power and use of fraudulent means to help one's kin acquire a pilot's licence is acceptable in the civil aviation regulatory body," a senior commander told TOI.

Last year, following a TOI expose, the then director-general of civil aviation Bharat Bhushan had ordered the inquiry to investigate if Sharan had misused his power to help his daughter fraudulently obtain a commercial pilot licence (CPL). The inquiry found him guilty and Bhushan sent the vigilance report to the civil aviation ministry, recommending action against Sharan. The ministry sat on the file for over a year, did its own investigations and finally last month held Sharan guilty and asked the CVC to initiate major penalty proceedings (dismissal or demotion) against him.

A final decision on disciplinary action was to be taken by the Union Public Service Commission which appoints personnel for the aviation regulator. "But all of it was set aside this week and Sharan was cleared to join duty and head the air transport department. No action has been taken against him though he was proved guilty beyond doubt. The civil aviation ministry and the director-general could not have sent out a clearer message that vigilance inquiries are a sham," said an aviation source. In July this year, the ministry shunted out Bhushan and Samir Sahai, the officer who carried out a number of vigilance inquiries in DGCA.

Commenting on the issue, the new director-general of civil aviation Arun Mishra said, "Sharan is a joint secretary-level officer and the ministry was dealing with this matter, not DGCA. The decision to suspend and to reinstate him was the ministry's." Civil aviation minister Ajit Singh was not available for comment.

"Despite incriminating evidence against Sharan, the aviation ministry has let him go scot-free. They should apply the same standard and forgive all the pilots who were arrested last year for submitting fake mark sheets to obtain a pilot licence," said a senior commander. Early last year, DGCA had cracked down on flying schools and pilots who had employed fraudulent means to obtain a CPL. The licences of many pilots were suspended and cases were filed against more than a dozen who had submitted fake mark sheets.

As per more then 350 search Engines including AltaVista, Bing, Google and Yahoo
Expert Team Of Aerosoft is Best Aviation SEO KPO Team in Asia
Best Aviation Managers in Asia:


Best HR Manager Manager Operations in Asia :
Er Anubha Barod [ B.E. MBA [ E Comm]
anubha.barod@aerosoftseo.com

Best Manager Marketing in Asia  :
Ankita Mishra [ B Sc (CS) MBA (Mktg)]
AnkitaM@aerosoftorg.in

Best Aviation Software Engineer Cum Aviation Blogger in Asia:
Ruchika Mandore [ BCA ]


Books by AeroSoft

Books

psr
P - Productivity S - Speed R - Relevancy    
Price: $20.00 USD. Approx. 22,870 words. Language: English. Published on August 23, 2013. Category: Essay. 
How to Take Off Your Professional Career from an Average to Exceptional with the Hidden PSR in You. A Book By working CEO and Manager with Day to day and live Examples How to Fight with Global Recession. By Shekhar Gupta Surbhi Maheshwari
Published: Aug. 23, 2013 
Words: 22,870 (approximate)
Language: English
ISBN9781301432448

psr Be an Aviator Not a Pilot 

is a story of Pilots in Aviation who are unable to cope. This is not a book to teach you how to get into an Aviation School or even how to live like a Pilot. In fact, it describes how one can become a Successfull Aviator not just an Airplane Driver [ So called Pilot ] with very small changes in life. Also Why abroad trained Pilots are better Aviator and Why FAA, CASA, CAAP, CAA are better civil Aviation Authority then DGCA.
by
Shekhar Gupta 
Ankisha Awasthi 
Be An Aviator not A Pilot     
Price: $1.99 USD. Approx. 4,750 words. Language: English. 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.
pcg
Pilot’s Career Guide  
Price: $20.00 USD. Approx. 25,040 words. Language: English. Published on July 13, 2013. Category: Nonfiction.  
International Airline Pilot’s CCajanchi
CCCG

Cabin Crew Career Guide


Published: Aug. 26, 2013 
Words: 2,160 (approximate)
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301001965

Top civil aviation official held guilty of fraud reinstated

Labour calls for aviation cross-party talks
FT.com (blog)
Nick Clegg yesterday came to the defence of embattled transport secretary Justine Greening, insisting that there would be no change to Heathrow policy before 2015. Here is our story in today's FT. We wrote that Maria Eagle, shadow transport secretary ...
See all stories on this topic »
Aviation security goes beyond passenger screening
USA TODAY (blog)
News reports about airport security breaches have become rather common recently, yet discussions about airline security continue to focus on the passenger screening process, with all of its rapidly changing rules and regulations on electronic scanning, ...
See all stories on this topic »

USA TODAY (blog)
Top civil aviation official held guilty of fraud reinstated
Times of India
MUMBAI: In a surprising move, joint director-general of civil aviation A K Sharan, against whom the Central Vigilance Commission and the aviation ministry recommended major penalty proceedings last month and who was under suspension after being found ...
See all stories on this topic »
Three airports ready to take off in Haryana
Times of India
The state is set to have its first ever domestic flight connectivity with two civil airports and a cargo airport approved by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA), 100 years after the first commercial flight flew between Karachi and Delhi in ...
See all stories on this topic »
GE Aviation Awarded Contract for Communications and Surveillance Sensors for ...
The Herald | HeraldOnline.com
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — GE Aviation announced today that they were awarded a contract worth nearly $9 million in support of surveillance systems such as the U.S. Marine Corps Ground-Based Operation Surveillance System (G-BOSS) program.
See all stories on this topic »
Aviation agency reconsiders the use of gadgets on flights
Toronto Sun
The Federal Aviation Administration announced Monday it will reassess its policies around the in-flight use of electronic devices, with the aim of loosening the rules. And, depending on what the FAA finds, Transport Canada told QMI Agency it may follow ...
See all stories on this topic »
A hero to US aviation
Bellingham Herald
America has lost one of its most enduring heroes with the death last week of Neil Armstrong, the first human to set foot on the moon. Has it really been 43 years since that momentous day in space exploration, when Armstrong stepped from the lunar ...
See all stories on this topic »
Premium fares: The real reason behind IndiGo's success
Firstpost
A recent study by Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation (CAPA) suggested that IndiGo, the single largest domestic airline by passengers, has also become the most profitable in India. The study pegged IndiGo's profitability in the first quarter of this ...
See all stories on this topic »

Firstpost
Aviation team probes plane crash
Tempo
Philippines – The Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines has formed a committee of aviationexperts to investigate the plane crashS that recently killed Interior and Local Government Secretary Jesse Robredo, pilot Jessup Bahinting, and Nepalese co ...
See all stories on this topic »

Books by AeroSoft

Books

psr
P - Productivity S - Speed R - Relevancy    
Price: $20.00 USD. Approx. 22,870 words. Language: English. Published on August 23, 2013. Category: Essay. 
How to Take Off Your Professional Career from an Average to Exceptional with the Hidden PSR in You. A Book By working CEO and Manager with Day to day and live Examples How to Fight with Global Recession. By Shekhar Gupta Surbhi Maheshwari
Published: Aug. 23, 2013 
Words: 22,870 (approximate)
Language: English
ISBN9781301432448

psr Be an Aviator Not a Pilot 

is a story of Pilots in Aviation who are unable to cope. This is not a book to teach you how to get into an Aviation School or even how to live like a Pilot. In fact, it describes how one can become a Successfull Aviator not just an Airplane Driver [ So called Pilot ] with very small changes in life. Also Why abroad trained Pilots are better Aviator and Why FAA, CASA, CAAP, CAA are better civil Aviation Authority then DGCA.
by
Shekhar Gupta 
Ankisha Awasthi 
Be An Aviator not A Pilot     
Price: $1.99 USD. Approx. 4,750 words. Language: English. 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.
pcg
Pilot’s Career Guide  
Price: $20.00 USD. Approx. 25,040 words. Language: English. 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 And Niriha Khajanchi
CCCG

Cabin Crew Career Guide


Published: Aug. 26, 2013 
Words: 2,160 (approximate)
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301001965