By Nabeel Mohammad Mumtaz

This assignment is based on the aviation industry. This includes low cost Airlines, Domestic Airlines Economy, parts of Aircrafts, Duty of Cabin Crew, Relation between cockpit, Cargo and Cabin crew.

I want to give my heartiest thanks to my faculty who gave the guidelines for the assignment which enabled me to complete on time. I would also like to thanks my parents and friends for their co-operation.

 Demand  No

 Fresher  Food

Loss  Time Saving  Market Strategy  Profit

On Demand  Seat No.  Life Saving  Tax



 Network  Experienced  Job  Aircraft  Offers

 Price


Rise  Low Job Security  Standards  Merge  Maintainence



India’s aviation industry is growing very rapidly. India’s economy is growing very rapidly and so is the jobs opportunity. Today foreign companies are also investing in India’s aviation industry just because it is growing rapidly due to large no. of international, domestic and low cost carriers. As we all have seen that few days back there was a fall in SENSEX which have affected all the sectors but still aviation is moving ahead because the customers are being habituated with the facts that these will happen.






Cockpit is the area, usually near the front of an aircraft from which a pilot controls the aircraft.

There are three zones in the cargo:  Forward: Pressurized  Mid: Pressurized  Aft : Air conditioned , Pressurized

 Work

Knowledge  Maturity  Adaptability  Judgment  Attitude  Smile  Tact  Diplomacy  Warmth  Service

India has passed through a series of loss in recent months which had affected each and every sector of economy and so is the aviation sector also. Before the series of loss occurred the aviation sector had a great boom in each aspect i.e. jobs, facilities and even the turn-over. But today’s scenario is different due to the fall in the share market and Indian economy. Now as we see India is in the process to recover from loss. Many of the MNC’s are also investing in the India’s share market and so the profit is increasing day by day, which has provided a backbone to the aviation to stand again. We can also see many of the new airlines coming and some are still in the pipeline. This regenerates the confidence that very soon we are again going to see the BOOM in aviation .

A300 Seating Capacity 266 (2nd class)

A320 220 (1st class) 185 (2nd class) 44.51m 3.70m 2180m Mach 0.78 Mach 0.82 29,680 ltr

A380 853 (1st class) 644 (2nd class) 525 (3rd class) 73m 6.85m (main deck) 5.92m (upper deck) 2900m Mach 0.85 Mach 0.89 356,000 ltr

Length Cabin Width Take Off run Cruising Speed Maximum Speed Fuel Capacity

54.08m 5.28m 2324m Mach 0.78 Mach 0.86 68,150 ltr

I would like to say that each and every sector has its positive and negative aspect. Now it is up to us, which aspect we choose. We have seen aviation sector passing through the dark age, now its time to light again and we know clearly that “After each dawn there is a sun rise.”

 New

airlines  Cheap fare  Cut throat competition  Job opportunity  Increased fleet size  MNC’s coming up

 Less

job security  Inexperienced crew  Merging of airlines  Low maintenance  Air traffic  Food on cost



A300 First Flight Produced No. Of Built Variants 28th October 1982 1974 – 2007 561 A300 A300 A300 A300 B1 B2 B4 B10

A380 27th April 2005 2004 – Present 23 (On January 2009) A380-841 A380-842 A380-843F A380-861 A380-863F 356,000 ltr 2900m 15,200 km Boeing 747-8

Fuel Capacity Take Off Run Flight Range Competitors

68,150 ltr 2324m 6,670 km Boeing 767

Finally after completing the assignments, the outcome which I have got is a thorough knowledge of aviation industry which has created an eagerness for me to more of it in depth. And this is only possible when I would start my carrier in aviation sector.

Finally I would like to conclude that this project have enabled me to feel the potential of aviation industry. And also the upcoming scenario of jobs in Aviation Industry.

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