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JOB OPPORTUNITIES AS A DRONE PILOT

JOB OPPORTUNITIES AS A DRONE PILOT

JOB OPPORTUNITIES AS A DRONE PILOT

With the aviation industry experiencing its worst crisis ever due to the COVID-19 pandemic, aviation crew around the globe could be part of an exciting new industry as a drone operator.

With the aviation industry experiencing its worst crisis ever due to the COVID-19 pandemic, aviation crew around the globe could be part of an exciting new industry as a drone operator.

The first step is to get certified, as the drone industry is maturing licenses are getting more and more international but you have to make sure you have a valid certification or get certified in the region you might want to fly your drone as an operator.

When you are certified there are number of ways you can make money as a drone pilot. Most pilots work freelance working for small and big businesses. As a freelance drone operator, you can work either part- or full time depending on your availability. Freelance drone operators mostly conduct aerial photography, for instance taking photo of properties that are being listed for sale. However, you may bid for every assignment imaginable also as a freelancer. It is all depending on your experience, equipment and approvals.

Complex assignments on behalf of industrial clients are typically conducted by professional dedicated drone operators. These companies hire drone pilots for full-time positions. As an aviation professional you probably have a vast experience that is highly relevant for these companies. These drone service providers typically fly inspection flights on behalf of industrial clients, and conduct flights ranging from inspections, mapping and Search and Rescue often with high-tech drones equipped with advanced sensors.

There is a vast number of industries that are currently served by drone service providers, some of them are:

- Law enforcement

- Agriculture

- Media and entertainment

- Real estate

- Transportation of goods

- Energy providers

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PTC is engaged in providing different Aviation courses Like Cabin Crew Course, Pilot Course at budgetary prices.

We incepted our headquarters at Chennai, Tamil Nadu (India) since 2006, and Branch office located in Bangalore

 

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Aviation Knowledge Tips: AIRPORT RUNWAY :

Aviation Knowledge Tips: AIRPORT RUNWAY :


Aviation Knowledge Tips: AIRPORT RUNWAY :


What are the different markings on the runway?

Runway is a long rectangular strip on the ground with a hard surface where an aircraft can land and take off at an airport. It is built by using asphalt, concrete, or a mixture of both.

Markings on Runway:


1) CENTER LINE:

Center line is a dashed white line at the center of the runway. As the name explains, this line is to recognize the center of the runway. This line looks similar to the center line we see on highway roads or main roads of any city.


2) RUNWAY NUMBER:

 

A runway number is given depending on the direction of a runway on a compass. If the runway is in a direction of " 270° " then the runway number will be " 27 " eliminating the last zero. If the direction is " 274° " then the number is given by taking the nearest tenth digit.

For ex: 274° is taken as 270 = 27


278° is taken as 280 = 28 :74° is taken as 070 = 07 (UK) or 7 (USA) : 77° is taken as 080 = 08 (UK) or 8 (USA)


3) PARALLEL RUNWAYS:

 

Same number cannot be given to more than one runway as pilots will get confused. But, At few airports have more than one runway in the same direction. Such runways are called Parallel runways. In such cases, runways are represented as " 27R " which means " 27 Right ", " 27L " which means " 27 Left ", and " 27C " which means " 27 Center ".


4) THRESHOLD BARS:

 

At the beginning of every runway we can see a few white bars, These are called Threshold Bars. These bars helps the pilots and crew to understand the runway width. According to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), Threshold bar measurements are as follows :


Number of Stripes Runway Width


60 feet (18 m) 4 : 75 feet (23 m) 6


100 feet (30 m) 8 : 150 feet (45 m) 12


200 feet (60 m) 16


5) AIM POINT:

Aim point in the actual point where pilots should aim to make the touchdown of their aircraft. This point can be seen with three boxes in UK and with two single boxs in other nations.


6) TOUCHDOWN ZONE:

Not every pilot can land their aircraft exactly at the aim point every single time and that's quite difficult too. So, This touchdown zone can be used by the pilots to land their aircraft. These line markings will be decreasing one by one for every 500 Feet which explains how close the aircraft is to the edge of the runway.

7) EXTENTION MARKINGS:

DISPLACED THRESHOLD MARKINGS:

This area on a runway is used for aircraft taxiing and to start the aircraft run to make the take-off. Threshold area should not be used to land an aircraft as it is not much capable enough to withstand the landing of an aircraft as the remaining runway.

BLAST PAD:

An aircraft is not permitted to enter the blast pad area unless in the emergency situation because the blast pad area is most likely a displaced threshold area. The main reason for having a blast pad area is to avoid the damage caused by the jet blast of an aircraft to any ground equipment or humans standing at the end of the runways.


 


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Clouds-Meteorology for AVIATION interview-Knowledge Tips

Clouds-Meteorology  for AVIATION interview-Knowledge Tips
Clouds-Meteorology ,for AVIATION interview-Knowledge TipsTypes of clouds and how do they look?

 

Clouds:
An aerosol consisting of a visible mass of minute liquid droplets, frozen crystals, or other particles suspended in the atmosphere of a planetary body or similar space.

Types of Clouds:

Based on the altitude, clouds are classified into 3 types:-

I) Low-level Clouds - > 6,500 Ft

II) Mid-level Clouds - 6,500 Ft to 20,000 Ft

III) High-level Clods - > 20,000 Ft

I) Low-level Clouds

¿¿¿ Nimbostratus Cloud (NS):
Rain bearing layer clouds. Generally Grey in colour covers the whole sky, very thick a distinctively diffuse base because of falling rain or snow.

¿¿¿ Stratocumulus Cloud (SC):

Gray or whitish or both. A layer of relatively small lumps and heaps of the cloud.

¿¿¿ Stratus Cloud (ST):

The term stratus is used to describe flat, hazy, featureless clouds of low altitude. gray or nearly white colour cloud layer with a fairly uniform base which may give drizzle or snow grains.
A "Cloudy day" is when the sky is covered with stratus clouds.

¿¿¿Cumulus Cloud (CU):
Detach clouds generally dense and with sharp outlines. Develops in the forms of mountains, domes, or towers.

¿¿¿ Cumulonimbus Cloud (CB):
It is a heavy and dense cloud of considerable vertical extent in the form of a mountain or huge tower, often associated with heavy precipitation, lightning, and thunder.


II) Mid-level Clouds

¿¿¿ Altocumulus Cloud (AC):
Mostly Grey/white in colour. Looks more fluffy. It made up of water droplets with ice crystals. It has lumps, heaps, and roll of the cloud.

 

¿¿¿ Altostratus Cloud (AS):
Grayish or bluish Sheet of a fibrous or uniform layer cloud totally or partly covering the sky.

 

III) High-level Clouds

¿¿¿ Cirrus Cloud(CI):
Detached clouds in the form of white delicate filaments or narrow bands of clouds with a fibrous or silky appearance. These clouds are composed of ice crystals rather than water droplets.

 


¿¿¿ Cirrocumulus Cloud(CC):
Thin, White patches, or layer of clouds without shading, comprising regular elements of smaller ripples and lumps. Consists of ice crystals rather than water particles.

 

¿¿¿ Cirrostratus Cloud(CS):
Transparent. Whitish cloud or smooth appearance totally or partially covering the sky.