Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Course is related to maintenance and repair of aircrafts, its components and engines.
A commercial pilot license (CPL), is a qualification that permits the holder to act as a pilot of an aircraft and be paid
Aeronautical Engineering deals with the aircraft designing, manufacturing and researching
Cabin Crew are required on board aircraft to ensure passenger safety. during normal flight and emergencies.
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India has the potential to be among the global top three nations in terms of domestic and international passenger traffic. It has an ideal geographical location between the eastern and western hemisphere, a strong middle class of about 30 crore Indians and a rapidly growing economy. Despite these advantages, the Indian aviation sector has not achieved the position it should have and at present it is ranked 4 th in the world in terms of number of passengers.
The Government has proposed to promote the growth of Indian aviation sector in a significant manner as the development of this sector has a multiplier effect on the economy. As per an International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) study, the output multiplier and employment multiplier are 3.25 and 6.10 respectively. The aim of the Government is to provide an ecosystem for the harmonised growth of various aviation subsectors, i.e Airlines, Airports, Cargo, Maintenance Repairs and Overhaul services (MRO), General Aviation, Aerospace Manufacturing, Skill Development, etc.
The Government has proposed to take flying to the masses by making it affordable and convenient. For example, if every Indian in middle class income bracket takes just one flight in a year, it would result in a sale of 35 crore tickets, a big jump from 7 crore domestic tickets sold in 2014-15. This will be possible if the air-fares, especially on the regional routes, are brought down to an affordable level. The reduction in costs will require concessions by the Central and State Governments and Airport Operators.
Systems and processes which affect this sector will need to be simplified and made more transparent with greater use of technology without compromising on safety and security. The growth in aviation will create a large multiplier effect in terms of investments, tourism and employment generation, especially for unskilled and semi-skilled worker.
The National Civil Aviation Policy (NCAP 2016) is a step in that direction. The NCAP 2016 has been finalised on the basis of the feedback received from the public, other stakeholders and experts.
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