Opportunities in Aviation Sector
With the increase in purchasing power of the middle-class, aviation industry is gaining more and more importance. According to the reports published by an aviation industry consulting firm, airports all around the country would receive more than 450 million passengers by 2020. Hence, the opportunity in the aviation sector would also increase.
Want to have a career in aviation industry? Good news! We have 4 exciting career options which would provide you the platform to live your dreams:
Air hostess/ Flight steward: Do you have that unending love for flying? If yes, then this is your calling. The duty of airline flight attendant is the security of flight cabin and it’s travellers. The job involves giving instructions to the passengers on how to use safety measures during crisis, catering foods and drinks to the passengers and answering all the inquiries of passengers on facilities and services.
Flight pursuer: On the completion of 3-6 years, on the basis of performance the air hostess/ flight steward is eligible to become a flight pursuer. With change in designation more responsibilities come your way. You are accountable to take over the charge of the on-board cabin-crew. The salary also increases with the change of position.
Aircraft maintenance engineers: It is the duty of the engineers to ensure that the aircraft is in perfect condition before take off. You are directly responsible for the safety of passengers on-board. The job includes covering maintenance, repair, trouble shooting and overhaul, in addition to performing inspection and modification on an aircraft.
Airport manager/ Ground staff- The individuals working in ground duty branch are often known as ‘ground crew’ or Ground Staff. They work at airports to keep airplanes running efficiently. From welcoming passengers to an aircraft’s take-off, airport ground staff and air operations personnel play a crucial role in areas such as commercial activities, airline operations and the running of airports. They also work directly with customers to answer questions and provide information regarding flight times, delays and any general queries the customer has before boarding The job of ground staff is vast and varied.