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Diploma in Airport & Airline Managementis for all who are aspiring to work in the Aviation Industry in Airline Management Operations. Diploma in Airport & Airline Management Course paves an easy way for students to start from Airline Ground Staff and reach out to become an AIRPORT MANAGER.

After thesuccessful completionof this course, students can find employment as airport professionals (in the management cadre), Ground staff in Commercial / Security / Cargo Departments , Fare desk executives, Reservation agents, Cargo marketing executives & business development executives in destination marketing, Cargo logistics managers & cargo executives and managers, Duty Manager, and so on…..untilAIRPORT MANAGERS

PTC PLACEMENT

It is our immense pleasure to announce that PTC candidates have been placed in various reputed Airlines & Airport Ground Handling Companies . To name a few: Indigo, Spicejet, British Airways, Air India, Qatar Airways, Etihad, Bhadra Aviation, Thomas cook, Cox and kings, GVK, GMR, Air India Sats, etc. Our students have proved themselves and have become an integral part of these reputed organisations.

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Education Qualification+2
Course ModeOffline
No Of Persons10
Course TypeFull Time
Duration of Course6 Months

 

Flight dispatcher:

Flight dispatcher (also known as an airline dispatcher or flight operations officer), assists in planning flight paths, taking into account aircraft performance and loading, Enroute winds, thunderstorm and turbulence forecasts, airspace restrictions, and airport conditions. Dispatchers also provide a flight following service and advise pilots if conditions change. They usually work in the operations center of the airline

A dispatcher must be certified by the aviation authority of the country in which they operate or have a base of operations, such as the DGCA in India and the FAA/DOT in USA

What is Flight dispatcher /aircraft dispatcher Job: Flight dispatcher: dispatchers are employed by airlines to manage the ground-based tasks vital to a successful airline flight.for this job, candidate must demonstrate extensive knowledge of meteorology and of aviation in general:  A flight dispatcher (also known as an airline dispatcher or flight operations officer) assists in planning flight paths, taking into account aircraft performance and loading, enroute winds, thunderstorm and turbulence forecasts, airspace restrictions, and airport conditions.

 

Flight dispatchers are legally 50% responsible for the safety of every flight they dispatch. The pilot in command of the flight holds responsibility for the other 50%. A flight dispatcher has the legal authority to refuse to dispatch a flight if safety is in any way in question, as does the pilot in command. This is known as 'Co-Authority Dispatch'. Because commercial decision making in an airline can conflict with the safety of a flight, a flight dispatcher's responsibilities are kept separate from the commercial aspects of an airline's operation, and as such the profession is primarily focused on the safety of a flight; all other duties are secondary.

 

Flight dispatchers in a typical airline are generally responsible for overseeing anywhere from 10 to 25 flights simultaneously, . All the while dispatchers are also constantly planning new flights while monitoring current ones. Flight dispatchers are expected to have a big picture view of weather conditions, aircraft status, fuel planning, and other operational aspects of maintaining smooth airline operations.Course Content

Topics covered during the course includes Navigation,  Meteorology, Flight Planning and Flight Monitoring, Air Law and Air Traffic Control, Principles of Flights, Aircraft System and Engines, Mass and Balance, Performance,  , Airport and Airline Operational Procedures , Human performance and limitations
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About PTC Aviation Academy:

PTC Aviation Academy:  started Office in the year 2003, and now one of the Leading Aviation Academy in India .Main office located  in Chennai and Branch in Bangalore,  PTC conducts Various Aviation Courses like Air Hostess, PILOT, Airport Ground Staff courses,&  other Aviation course

 

PTC PLACEMENT in AVIATION:

PTC Students  have been placed in various reputed Airlines & Airport Ground Handling Companies . To name a few: Indigo, Spice jet, Go Air , British Airways, Air India, Qatar Airways, Etihad, VFS, Cox and kings, , Air India Sats, Air India Airport Services etc. Please visit our website for details and  Placement record,

 


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Course ModeOffline
Education Qualificationminimum +2 / DEG
No Of Persons10
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Do you want to become a commercial pilot? Then you first need to take Commercial Pilot License (CPL)

 

Commercial Pilot Course Eligibility

To become a Commercial Pilot one have to complete the Commercial Pilot Course and earn the Commercial Pilot License (CPL). The Basic eligibility criteria are given below -

  •   one should have passed 10+2 with Physics and Mathematics as subjects with minimum 50% marks from a recognised board/university.  One should also have to achieve some physical standards to become a Commercial Pilot like general physical fitness is mandatory with perfect vision (6/6 eyesight) at least from one eye

Course Duration for CPL

Including all the exams minimum flying hours, flying tests, written tests, etc. The course duration is a maximum of 18 months in most of the colleges. However, it may vary from college to college.

 

Job Profile of Commercial Pilot

In the cockpit of a plane, two pilots are there. The one with more experience is the captain and the other is the co-pilot. In some bigger aircraft, a third pilot who is known as the flight engineer also there. However, with automatic computerised monitoring systems now, almost every airline keeps only two pilots in one flight. 

 

Some other responsibilities of a commercial pilot are

  •   Check aircraft for its smooth functioning.
  •   To get informed about the weather condition of all the destinations en route.
  •   Keep an eye on speed, altitude and instrument flight rules.
  •   Take extreme care during take-off and landing.

Commercial Pilot Training in India.

In India, Directorate General of Civil Aviation, Government of India (DGCA) is the regulating authority of all the matters related to aviation in the country. It takes care of implementing, controlling, and supervising the standards, safety operations, and crew training in aviation in India. It also holds examinations for pilots, and grants flying licenses. 

 

Scope Of Commercial Pilot Training

Undoubtedly flying aircraft as a commercial pilot is one of the highest paying salary careers and benefits. The career prospects in this field are huge, it is a lucrative field for those who enjoy taking challenges. One can get jobs in any Domestic / International Airline like Air India,  Lufthansa, Jet Airways, Air Asia, IndiGo and many more

 

Job Profiles:

 

  •   Pilot
  •   Co-Pilot
  •   Captain
  •   Test Pilot

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Commercial Pilot Salary in India

However, the salary of a Commercial Pilot in India depends upon the airline and one's flying experience.  the salary of a Commercial Pilot also increases gradually 1.5 L which can go up to 5-8 Lakh per month. Besides the salary, a Commercial Pilot gets attractive remunerations, incentives, provident fund, gratuity, medical facilities, and free/concessional air passage also. In some Private and Government-owned airlines, they may also get a range of benefits and allowances including housing facilities, medical expenses, and outstation allowances, as well as free/concessional air passages for their family members or dependents


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