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March 23, 2013 by
Most of the students are unable to stay in Aviation. After the complition of course, it became the toughest task to survive in the field.As it is not a degree course so these unlucky people are still not eligible for govt. exams like banking, railways and other govt firm.whats your opinion for these people...what should they do.. 
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September 10, 2012 by
                           Pressure is part of our job   While I was at work the other day a call came from Maintenance Control (MCC). There was a plane headed our way with a #1 engine bleed air issue. We get calls like this all the time and so it was not all that uncommon to have them request that we check it out. The problem came about when they said we HAD to have it fixed in two hours to make a flight to Midway.                                                         A quick check of the h...
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July 5, 2012 by
In my opinion DGCA should start an All INDIA level examination for the students who want to do AME course , by this way DGCA can maintain the quality of students & studies . All the colleges approved by DGCA will be fulfilled only through this exam , no management quota should be allowed to any college. There are a number of All INDIA level examinations conducted by various organizations like IIT , AIEEE , CAT etc. , Dgca can start an exami...
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September 2, 2012 by
There are people who find no glamour in being an aircraft technician. There are people who really dislike being aircraft mechanics. As a matter of fact those people most likely outnumber the ones that do. Every now and then you find a guy who enjoys what he does and can also see beauty in an otherwise drab dingy job. When one of our member emailed me this pic I said to myself "here is a guy with talent". This pic is beautiful!                 I already can tell he not only enjoys his job but he...
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April 21, 2012 by
SAFETY IS PRIORITY Worker killed during maintenance check in El PasoThe Associated PressEL PASO — An airplane mechanic was killed Monday morning after he was sucked into a jet's engine while passengers were boarding from the tarmac, officials said. "A mechanic walked in front of the engine and was pulled into the engine," National Transportation Safety Board spokeswoman Lauren Peduzzi said. She said she didn't know if any passengers saw the accident as they boarded Continental Airlines fl...
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June 7, 2012 by
It is targeted towards new mechanics entering the field.  Feel free to add more in the comments. Thanks and I always value your responses!  Know your aircraft. Read the technical manuals. Read the theory of operations when you get downtime. You will probably never know EVERYTHING there is to know about your assigned airplane but that is no excuse not to learn about it.     If you have to borrow a tool from another mechanic more that twice, go out and buy that too...
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December 5, 2013 by
hi all , this blog is started for students who r attempting btech lateral entry in singhania university. 
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July 4, 2012 by
WHO SPOIL OUR FEILD?AS U KNW AFTER FINISHING COURSE WE HAV 2 WRK UNPAID OR WE GET VRY LITTLE AMOUNT OF SALARY? AS IN OTHER FEILD EVEN STIPEND IS VRY MUCH HIGER THEN OUR STARTING SALARY THEN WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THIS??1)OUR SENIORS- DEY WERE READY TO WRK UNPAID,2)GOVERNMENT OF INDIA 3) AME SCHOOLS 4) GOVT & PRIVATE AIRLINES(ORGANISATION) 5) DGCA 6)PLS WRITE YOUR COMMENT............ IN MY OPINION ITS DGCA BCOZ EVERY YEAR DEY R GIVING APPROVAL 2 NEW INSTITUTES WHICH IS NT GOOD BCOZ ALREADY SO MAN...
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September 22, 2013 by
SpiceJet pilots to double as engineers at smaller airports                                                                     Spicejet fliers could be travelling in a poorly serviced plane or with a fatigued pilot. The no-frill airline has begun using its Boeing B737 fleet cockpit crew as engineers at smaller airports. One out of every five domestic fliers travels by the airline. Pilots are faced with additional pressure to maintain a 30-minute turnaround time for the next flight despite the du...
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March 14, 2013 by
The Indian Government persists with its ban, disallowing Emirates Airbus A380 aircraft to serve in India.Overseas carriers flying aircraft bigger than the Boeing 747 are not permitted to service the country.India’s concerns that travellers will desert local carriers in favour of larger aircraft operators, such as Emirates’ A380 fleet, remain prevalent since the ban was enforced in May 2008, Air Transport World reported.“This is ridiculous because we have many travelers via Dubai to points which ...
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August 30, 2012 by
   Why I Love Working On Aircraft I think  it's time to focus on the positives of our job. Too often we get caught up in the industry and the politics of the airlines that we work for. I know a lot of guys at work who no longer enjoy what they do and that is really too bad.When I know I have to go to work I do not get the sense of dread that it appears some people do. I truly enjoy working on planes and I enjoy (for the most part) the people I work with. My vision is still blurred by the "ne...
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March 12, 2014 by
Flight MH370 - The more you think the more you puzzle. We have now entered the 5th day since the flight MH370 went missing. Scenarios have changed and so have changed the locations and techniques to find out the aircraft.   But the latest updates still raise questions that cannot be logically answered. Some people say that we shouldn’t bother about flight MH370, investigators deployed on the job will do it themselves. My point is that as an aircraft maintenance community if we are not going to ...
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