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Friday, November 27, 2015

Qatar Airways Cabin Crew Recruitment Event Hyderabad (females only)

Qatar Airways
Welcome to a world where ambitions fly high
From experienced pilots to dynamic professionals embarking on new careers, Qatar Airways is searching for talented individuals to join our award-winning team.
We take pride in our people—a dynamic and culturally diverse workforce is essential to why we are one of the finest and fastest growing airlines in the world.
We offer competitive compensation and benefit packages.
About Your Job:
"Be part of a story worth telling!

Join our award winning 5 Star Cabin Crew team"

As the National Airline of the State of Qatar, we seek to reflect the best of Qatar's warm and generous hospitality.
Dinner in Paris, Lunch in New York, Breakfast in Montreal, while cruising around the world at 40,000 feet on some of the most modern aircraft in the world is definitely not your typical office job. 
Qatar Airways is known to be a truly world class, 5 star global airline, challenging established norms and a leader in airline hospitality. 
On the Ground and in the air we offer our customers a powerful approach to service. Our Cabin Crew are Qatar Airways' Ambassadors to the world.
 The Qatar Airways Cabin Crew team is growing. We are looking for candidates who can deliver our mission by providing "Excellence in everything we do". Known for our 5 star hospitality, we look for future Cabin Crew who can be part of our "World Class Global Brand"
Join our multinational Cabin Crew Team and enjoy a tax-free remuneration package including accommodation, allowances and transportation for duty.
Write your own story with Qatar Airways. World’s 5 star airline.
Disclaimer :
Qatar Airways handles direct recruitment in hiring Cabin Crew from India.
Should you be approached by any persons stating to be appointed agency /representative of Qatar Airways, they should be considered as fraudulent.
About You:
To be part of this winning team, you need to meet the following requirements:

  • Minimum age of 21 years
  • Minimum arm reach of 212 cms on tip toes
  • Minimum high school education with fluency in written and spoken English
  • Excellent health and fitness
  • Willingness to relocate to Doha, Qatar
  • Outgoing personality with good interpersonal skills and the ability to work with a multinational team.

The Event:

Venue: TAJ DECCAN – Road number 1 , Banjara Hills , Telangana , Hyderabad - India

Date: 12th December 2015

Time: Anytime between 2 pm to 8 pm
Attire: Formal business attire

Bring along: 1 x CV
1 x passport photocopy
1 x passport photograph taken in the same dress code mentioned above (without glasses).
1 x full length photograph taken in the same dress code mentioned above (without glasses).
1 x photocopy of your highest education certificate (in its original language is fine).

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Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Dubai Airshow 2015

Dubai Airshow: In pictures, in the air and on the ground

This year's Dubai Airshow is set to be the biggest so far, with more than 1,100 exhibitors and some 65,000 trade visitors expected this week. Defence is taking centre-stage because of the conflicts in Yemen and Syria. Here are some of the highlights so far:

Monday, November 2, 2015

Russian airliner crashes at the Hassana area in Arish city, north Egypt

The horrific plane crash that claimed the lives of 224 has once again raised a series of questions over what happened and how.
Like MH370, MH17 and Germanwings before it, the Metrojet flight from Egypt to Russia has left many people scared of flying and at a loss to figure out what went wrong.
The plane was just 23 minutes into its flight when it came down killing all passengers and cabin crew on board.
Coming during a period to increased tension between Russia and Islamist groups , many immediately jumped to the conclusion that the tragedy was caused by some terror organisations such as ISIS.
Here, we examine the early theories to have come forward while investigators continue to examine evidence from the crash site.
Destroyed: The plane is thought to have split in two in midair
Tragedy: Half the jet burned up while the other half smashed into rocks

Plane was shot down by terrorists

Soon after news came out that a Russian passenger jet had crashed, fingers began being pointed at the Islamic State.
The Islamist terror group had been threatening attacks on Russia ever since the nation began taking part in bombing attacks on opponents of the Syrian president Bashar al-Assad.
Soon after the news broke, a group claiming to have links to ISIS claimed responsibility for the crash.
It also posted a grainy video which it claims shows the moment a surface to air missile hit the packed passenger jet and brought it crashing down to the ground - a video later reported to be a fake.
Although Russian government officials have so far attempted to distance the crash from an ISIS attack, this morning at a press conference, a senior member of the Metrojet airline said the only reason the jet came down had to be from "physical or mechanical action".
Another official from the airline, Alexander Smirnov, said he "could not rule out anything" when asked about the possibility that a terror group had brought the plane down.
Although early investigations from the airline claimed to show the tragedy was caused by "some kind of impact" while midair, Egyptian investigators have said they do not believe the impact was from outside the plane.

Plane was blown up by a bomb on board

Although information is in short supply at the moment, Russian authorities have said they believe the plane broke up while in midair.
It seems as if the jet broke in two before one part burned up and the other smashed into a rock on the ground.
In this morning's press conference, officials from the airline said it was "impossible" for the plane to break up in the air because of a technical fault.
Without revealing much more, the officials said they believe the crash happened because of "external activity".
Mr Smirnov, the deputy general director of Metrojet, added that the crash "could only have been a mechanical impact on the plane" in the air.
Investigators are currently pouring through the plane's black boxes but aviation experts have already said that the evidence appears to support claims the plane was blown up.
Professor Michael Clarke at the Royal United Services Institute think-tank told the BBC: "If we have to guess at this stage, it’s much more likely to have been a bomb on board rather than a missile fired from the ground”.

Faulty mechanics were to blame

There has been reports the plane in questions was in a poor condition before it flew, but these have been refuted by the Russian airline.
In 2001, it was reported to have suffered a 'tail-strike', which happens when the tail of the aircraft hits the runway.
The problem is reported to have taken three months to fix.
The Airbus A321 which came down on Saturday killing all 224 people on board, was registered in Ireland to Willmington Trust SP Services (Dublin) Ltd and was leased to Russian airline Kogalymavia, a spokesman for the Irish Aviation Authority have said.
"The Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) conducted an annual review of the aircraft certifications in support of its annual Certificate of Airworthiness renewal process and all certifications were satisfactory at that point in time," the spokesman said.
But he said oversight of the operation of the aircraft, including daily and monthly checks, was Russia's responsibility under International Civil Aviation Organisation rules.
Egyptian investigators have also said there was no emergency call from anyone in the cabin before the plane came down - suggesting they knew nothing about it.

Cabin crew error or intent
Ever since the horrific events of the Germanwings flight where co-pilot Andreas Lubitz locked himself in the cabin before steering the packed passenger jet into the Alps, there has been greater scrutiny on the pilots.
While the cabin crew are thought to be being investigated, all evidence at the moment suggests that this is the least likely cause of the horrific crash,
In the press conference this morning, investigators themselves said the resulting wreckage and crash pattern did not indicate a human fault.
Speaking at the press conference, Mr Smirnov said: "The plane was in excellent condition. We rule out a technical fault and any mistake by the crew", adding that it was "impossible" for the plane to have broken up like it did by a human fault.
This was backed up by early tests on the black box, with Egypt’s minister for civil aviation Hossam kamal saying: "Up until the crash happened, we were never informed of any faults on the plane, nor did we receive any SOS calls."

Thursday, October 29, 2015

Terror on board BA flight as captain announces 'the landing gear has broken off' then crash lands the jet at Johannesburg airport

A jet flying under British Airways colours has dramatically crash landed in South Africa after part of its landing gear broke off.
One passenger reported seeing sparks flying as the left wing of the Boeing 737 'scraped across the runway' as it came into land at OR Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg earlier today.
Fire crews rushed to the aircraft, run by the franchise Comair, after it touched down and the 94 people on board used an emergency staircase as they were led to safety.

A jet flying under British Airways colours has dramatically crash landed in South Africa after part of its landing gear reportedly broke off

A passenger reported seeing sparks flying as the left wing of the Boeing 737 'scraped across the runway' as it came into land at OR Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg earlier today

Passenger Warren Mann told Traveller24 how the pilot informed those on board shortly before landing that the 'left landing gear had broken off'.
He added: 'This caused the plane to hit the runway at an angle. We could see sparks as the left wing and the engines were scraped across the runway. The wing seemed completely broken off.

Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Singapore Airlines jet collapses during routine checks ,No injuries

SINGAPORE (AP) — A Singapore Airlines jet collapsed Sunday morning with no passengers or crew on board as an engineer conducted routine landing checks before a scheduled flight from Singapore to The carrier said in a statement that the nose gear of an Airbus A330-300 "retracted while the aircraft was undergoing a landing gear system check.""There were no passengers or crew on board at the time. 

One engineer who was on the aircraft was not injured. Singapore Airlines will be cooperating fully with the authorities in their investigations," the statement said.It said the damage to the plane would be assessed after it is removed from the gate.

The plane had been due to serve flight SQ890, scheduled to depart for Hong Kong from Singapore's Changi Airport at 7:35 a.m. It had arrived from Shanghai's Pudong International Airport in the wee hours of the morning.Another plane was used for the flight to Hong Kong, taking off more than 40 minutes after the scheduled departure time.The collapsed plane had been in service for more than six years, according to records. Its maiden flight was in April 2009.

On May 23, another Singapore Airlines Airbus A330-300 temporarily lost power in both engines on a flight from Singapore to Shanghai carrying 194 people, causing it to descend 13,000 feet (4,000 meters) before normal operation was restored.

Thursday, October 1, 2015

Dubai Duty Free Recruitments - Octomber

Employing over 5,600 Staff, 47 Nationalities.

Dubai Duty Free currently employs over 5,600 staff of 47 different nationalities and is one of the premier “employers of choice” in the UAE. This is evidenced by the fact that the company received more than 81,500 unsolicited job applications during the last year.

The company has a long standing policy of “promotion from within”, resulting in only two entry-level positions being recruited for externally – Sales Assistant in the Retail Operations area and Stores Assistant in the Warehouse environment.

All other back-office support functions (Marketing, HR, Finance, Purchasing, IT, secretarial, etc) and supervisory positions are recruited and developed internally, while the vast majority of managerial level vacancies are also filled from inside the organisation. This policy provides for the maximum possible career growth and development opportunities for Dubai Duty Free staff and is one of the reasons why the company has an enviable staff turnover ratio and high levels of employee loyalty and commitment.

Friday, September 25, 2015

Watch the world’s largest airliner in a scary crosswind landing

Last weekend the D├╝sseldorf Airport in Germany, was the scene of an extremely tense moment. That’s because an aircraft of the Airbus A380 type, the largest airliner in the world, landed in the midst of an intense windstorm that hit the aircraft sideways during the arrival of an Emirates flight coming from Dubai. The moment captured on video, can be seen in the video above.

It may seem that the aircraft slides only slightly to the left, but the landing was much more complicated than that due to the length of the aircraft compared to the total length of the airstrip. The maximum weight for landing the A380 is 434 tons, which means that at sea level it needs about 1.5 kilometers of airstrip space to land in normal weather conditions.

The shorter of the two runways at D├╝sseldorf is 2.7 kilometers long, and less than 45 meters above sea level. However, it was raining and the runway was wet when the A380 was landing and the plane touches the airstrip a little later than it should. Therefore, the pilot needed every bit of the the airstrip to slow the aircraft down to the appropriate speed to taxi towards the arrival gate. As you can see it was quite an impressive crosswind landing, kudos to the pilot!

Sunday, September 20, 2015

Korean Air Job Openings in Saudi Arabia

Korean Air was originally founded as the Korean National Airlines in 1946. After several years of service and expansion, the airline was fully privatized in 1969 and commenced operations on the 1st of March 1969. The airline celebrated its 45th anniversary in 2014. The majority of Korean Air's pilots, ground staff, and flight attendants are based in Seoul.


• Cargo, Passenger Service in Airport and Passenger Sales
• Must be fluent in English and must have a transferable sponsorship.
• Airline experience preferred, young, energetic and self motivated.

Interested candidates kindly send CV to:

Email: jmohamed@koreanair.com

Korean Air operates direct flights to Seoul, Korea 

Saturday, September 19, 2015

Dubai Airports Vacancies September 2015

We deliver a world-class experience to our customers by providing safe, secure and environmentally responsible airports. We work in partnership with airlines and our stakeholders to drive the growth of Dubai.

Engineer- Software
You will be responsible for understanding business / system requirements, designing and developing software applications, performing data analysis and reports and carrying out system and unit testing before deployment. You will also ensure that systems developed adhere and comply to ICT development and security standards along with quality guidelines.
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Officer - Security Development & Compliance
The Quality, Health, Safety, Security & Environment (QHSSE) department is committed to safeguard the safety and health of the passengers and employees using the Dubai Airports facilities everyday. We are responsible for managing the Airports safety, security, quality, customer service, impacts on the environment within our financial budget while ensuring a business continuity. We are experts in 
implementing effective and efficient management systems and setting practices that ensure risk does not rise to harm people. We also manage the resources and the communication to fulfil our commitments.
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Head - System Assurance
You will have 8-10 years’ minimum experience in systems auditing, internal auditing, inspection, Risk Management or compliance. Preference will be given to experience in the airport or aviation fields gaining understanding of operations, risk framework, governance and aviation-related compliance matters.
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Head - Performance Assurance
You should have a degree level or an equivalent qualification in a discipline related to business management, internal or external auditing, inspection, resilience or complianceMinimum of 8-10 years’ experience in internal or external auditing, inspection, resilience management or compliance. Preferred airport or aviation experience with a sound knowledge of the Airport Business. Chartered Accountant is a plus.
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Friday, September 11, 2015

British Airways Boeing 777 has caught fire

A British Airways Boeing 777 has caught fire while preparing for takeoff from Las Vegas !!!
British Airways jet has caught fire at Las Vegas airport, sending smoke billowing into the air, after suffering what the pilot described as a “catastrophic failure” of the left engine.
The plane – a ‪#‎Boeing777‬ -200 – could be seen with flames around its fuselage.
There were 159 passengers and 13 crew on board. Two people were treated for minor injuries as a result of the fire, which involved a flight‪ No ‎BA2276‬ that was due to fly from the US city’s McCarran airport to London Gatwick. The blaze was quickly put out by emergency services.
The plane’s take-off had been aborted shortly before the fire broke out. The Federal Aviation Administration said the Boeing’s 777 left engine burst into flames. Passengers were evacuated via inflatable slides.
Dramatic images of British Airways Flight 2276 were shared on social media by members of the public at the airport, which is five miles south of downtown Las Vegas.


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