An IATA Certified Aviation Academy
Flight Check-in, On Boarding, Ramp Handling,
Aero Maintenance, Cleaning & Catering , Fueling
Is an Aviation Career in Your Future?
Career in travel and tourism is a great opportunity. The travel and tourism course has different sectors that contribute to that are expected to grow quick within the coming years. … India is a very good market for travel business such as flight, hotels, bus, taxi and holiday booking have very good scope.
In addition to the travel and variety, working in the air industry is a great way to meet many interesting new people on a daily basis. Airline employees, especially in travel industry and Aviation services, reveal that they choose the work because of the peoples engagement.
Why Work an Airline Job? If you’re interested in a travel-related job or career, it’s hard to find a better industry than the airlines. In addition to offering jobs that require extensive travel, the airlines usually have special travel discounts for their employees and are known for their generous benefits packages.
The civil aviation authority in India has established as one of the fastest growing industries in the country during the last few years. With the mid-year almost over, we thought you could use an overview of the global aviation industry trends you’ll need to prepare for in 2019. India is currently considered the third largest domestic civil aviation authority market in the world. India is expected to become the world’s largest domestic civil aviation market in the next 10 to 15 years, we’ve analyzed a host of key reports and authoritative articles to compile this selection of key aviation industry trends.
The main requirement are good customer service skills and a good attitude towards customers. You may need English and math’s from SSC/INTER Education. It is important to be hard working, good at problem solving and able to work in a team. Having travel and tourism qualifications at level 1 or 2 will help your applications.
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Diploma in Airport Ground Handling?
When we are about to travel by plane we carry out a series of actions that are familiar: we first approach the check-in area, where a staff member awaits us to hand us over a boarding card, and drop off our luggage.
After passing through security checks, we arrive at the boarding gate, where another employee makes sure our boarding card is in order. In addition, another employee takes us to the aircraft by bus if it is parked at a distant location. In the meantime, other workers have filled the aero plane with fuel, other agents have provided the catering, and the baggage has been loaded onto the hold…
All these people, who perhaps remain unseen by most passengers, belong to what is known as ground handling; in other words the services provided while the plane is on the ground.
A variety of such services are provided, including this 9(NINE) main areas:
2) check-in counter
3) Baggage make-up area.
4) Flight Arrivals
5) Ramp Handling
6) S.H.A (security Hold Area)
7) passenger Facilitating officer.
8) O.C.C (Operation Control Cell)
Diploma in GDS/Online Air Ticketing
A global distribution system(GDS) is a computerized network system owned or operated by a company that enables transactions between travel industry service providers, mainly airlines, hotels, car rental companies, and travel agencies. The GDS mainly uses real-time inventory (for e.g. number of hotel rooms available, number of flight seats available, or number of cars available) to service providers. Travel agencies traditionally relied on GDS for services, products and rates in order to provide travel-related services to the end consumers. Thus, a GDS can link services, rates and bookings consolidating products and services across all three travel sectors: i.e., airline reservations, hotel reservations, car rentals.
GDS is different from a computer reservations system, which is a reservation system used by the service providers (also known as vendors). Primary customers of GDS are travel agents (both online and office-based) to make reservation on various reservation systems run by the vendors. GDS holds no inventory; the inventory is held on the vendor’s reservation system itself. A GDS system will have real-time link to the vendor’s database. For example, when a travel agency requests a reservation on the service of a particular airline company, the GDS system routes the request to the appropriate airline’s computer reservations system.