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New flight connection offer a possibility of Job opportunity for Aircraft Maintenance Engineering, B.Tech Aeronautical, and Cabin crews as per as the following new:FLIGHTS CONNECTING LUCKNOW WITH BHOPAL, JAIPUR, DEHRADUN ANNOUNCED NEW DELHI: Air India's subsidiary Alliance Air today announced the launch of new flights connecting Lucknow with the capitals of Uttarakhand, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh. The move is aimed at developing Lucknow, the capital of Uttar Pradesh, as a regional hub of Alliance Air, an airline official said. With effect from July 5, Alliance Air will be operating new flights on Lucknow-Dehradun, Lucknow-Bhopal and Lucknow- Jaipur routes. "Alliance Air will be the first carrier to provide connectivity on these routes, " the airline said in a statement. "We are offering attractive air fares on all these flights, " the statement added. The airline recently launched services on Delhi-Shimla- Delhi and Delhi-Gwalior-Indore-Mumbai sectors. These flights were part of the government's regional connectivity scheme (RCS) under which the airline is entitled to a government subsidy in order to keep fares low for passengers. Alliance Air was awarded 15 RCS routes out of the total 128, but the airline plans to offer additional flights on short sectors. The three new flights announced today are part of that initiative. The RCS, also known as UDAN ( Ude Desh Ka Aam Nagrik), aims at connecting tier-2 and tier-3 cities apart from making flying affordable with fares capped at Rs 2, 500 per hour for which airlines receive a viability gap funding from the Centre as well as the state government concerned. The Economic Times03/07/2017www.soaneemrana.orgNew flight connection offer a possibility of Job opportunity for Aircraft Maintenance Engineering, B.Tech Aeronautical, and Cabin crews as per as the following new:FLIGHTS CONNECTING LUCKNOW WITH BHOPAL, JAIPUR, DEHRADUN ANNOUNCED NEW DELHI: Air India's subsidiary Alliance Air today announced the launch of new flights connecting Lucknow with the capitals of Uttarakhand, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh. The move is aimed at developing Lucknow, the capital of Uttar Pradesh, as a regional hub of Alliance Air, an airline official said. With effect from July 5, Alliance Air will be operating new flights on Lucknow-Dehradun, Lucknow-Bhopal and Lucknow- Jaipur routes. "Alliance Air will be the first carrier to provide connectivity on these routes, " the airline said in a statement. "We are offering attractive air fares on all these flights, " the statement added. The airline recently launched services on Delhi-Shimla- Delhi and Delhi-Gwalior-Indore-Mumbai sectors. These flights were part of the government's regional connectivity scheme (RCS) under which the airline is entitled to a government subsidy in order to keep fares low for passengers. Alliance Air was awarded 15 RCS routes out of the total 128, but the airline plans to offer additional flights on short sectors. The three new flights announced today are part of that initiative. The RCS, also known as UDAN ( Ude Desh Ka Aam Nagrik), aims at connecting tier-2 and tier-3 cities apart from making flying affordable with fares capped at Rs 2, 500 per hour for which airlines receive a viability gap funding from the Centre as well as the state government concerned. The Economic Times03/07/2017www.soaneemrana.orgTel: 88002287020
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n offers a possibility of Job opportunity for Aircraft Maintenance Engineering, B.Tech Aeronautical, and Cabin crews as per as the following new:FLIGHTS CONNECTING LUCKNOW WITH BHOPAL, JAIPUR, DEHRADUN ANNOUNCED NEW DELHI: Air India's subsidiary Alliance Air today announced the launch of new flights connecting Lucknow with the capitals of Uttarakhand, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh. The move is aimed at developing Lucknow, the capital of Uttar Pradesh, as a regional hub of Alliance Air, an airline official said. With effect from July 5, Alliance Air will be operating new flights on Lucknow-Dehradun, Lucknow-Bhopal and Lucknow- Jaipur routes.
New flight connection offers a possibility of Job opportunity for Aircraft Maintenance Engineering, B.Tech Aeronautical, and Cabin crews as per as the following new:FLIGHTS CONNECTING LUCKNOW WITH BHOPAL, JAIPUR, DEHRADUN ANNOUNCED NEW DELHI: Air India's subsidiary Alliance Air today announced the launch of new flights connecting Lucknow with the capitals of Uttarakhand, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh. The move is aimed at developing Lucknow, the capital of Uttar Pradesh, as a regional hub of Alliance Air, an airline official said. With effect from July 5, Alliance Air will be operating new flights on Lucknow-Dehradun, Lucknow-Bhopal and Lucknow- Jaipur routes. "Alliance Air will be the first carrier to provide connectivity on these routes, " the airline said in a statement. "We are offering attractive air fares on all these flights, " the statement added. The airline recently launched services on Delhi-Shimla- Delhi and Delhi-Gwalior-Indore-Mumbai sectors. These flights were part of the government's regional connectivity scheme (RCS) under which the airline is entitled to a government subsidy in order to keep fares low for passengers. Alliance Air was awarded 15 RCS routes out of the total 128, but the airline plans to offer additional flights on short sectors. The three new flights announced today are part of that initiative. The RCS, also known as UDAN ( Ude Desh Ka Aam Nagrik), aims at connecting tier-2 and tier-3 cities apart from making flying affordable with fares capped at Rs 2, 500 per hour for which airlines receive a viability gap funding from the Centre as well as the state government concerned. The Economic Times03/07/2017www.soaneemrana.orgTel: 88002287020
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Opportunities for Job is growing in branch of B.Tech Aeronautical, Aircraft Maintenance Engineering and Cabin in India day by day as per as the following news.TURBO MEGHA AIRWAYS GETS AOC TO EXPAND UDAN FLIGHTS TO MUMBAI, SHIRDI. MUMBAI: Hyderabad-based Turbo Megha Airways today received the Air Operator Certificate (AOC) from aviation regulator DGCA which will enable it to expand the UDAN flights to metros of other regions such as Mumbai. Turbo Megha Airways, which is the holding company of regional carrier TrueJet, has been granted the AOC under the scheduled commuter operator (SCO) category, a senior official from the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) said. Under the category, air operators are allowed to operate with aircraft having a maximum All Up Weight (AUW) not exceeding 40 tons.Turbo Megha is one of the five air operators which won bids to operate on 128 routes connecting 70 airports, of which 31 are unserved under the regional connectivity scheme - Ude Desh Ka Aam Nagrik (UDAN) - where fares are capped at Rs 2, 500 for one-hour flights. Air India's regional arm Alliance Air, budget carrier SpiceJet, private air charter operators Deccan Aviation and Air Odisha are the other players which will be operating flights to unserved and underserved airports under the UDAN scheme.According to the official, Turbo Megha, being a scheduled regional operator, was not allowed to fly to metros of other regions, "but under the SCO category they can now commence flight services to those metros as well." Last month, Trujet had said it will launch air services on three new routes of -- Hyderabad-Cuddapah, Hyderabad-Nanded and Nanded-Mumbai -- under the regional connectivity scheme 'UDAN'.It also plans to fly to Maharashtra's Shirdi airport, which is expected to be functional soon. The airline currently operates three ATR-72 aircraft and acquired one more recently, taking its fleet size to four planes. The Economic Times.18/05/2017
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y for the branch of Aircraft Maintenance Engineering, Aeronautical Engineering and also Cabin crew, after analyzing the following new:AIRCRAFT MANUFACTURERS EXPECT UDAN TO TRIGGER DEMAND FOR SMALL PLANES  NEW DELHI | MUMBAI: The aviation world sees large opportunity in the Modi government’s regional connectivity programme, which aims to provide air connectivity to unconnected or underconnected areas of the country. The scheme — called Ude Desh ka Aam Nagrik (UDAN) — seeks to provide flights to such areas at a subsidised fare of Rs 2, 500 for an hour of flight. Aircraft manufacturers expect UDAN to drive more people to travel by air and trigger increased demand for their planes. Embraer said the Brazilian aircraft maker would soon add new operators in India. “I expect very soon we can see announcement by operators, who will announce plans with our 50-seaters planes in India. The new Embraer operators would be a mix of existing and new operators. We are very bullish about India and its regional connectivity scheme, ” said Cesar Pereira, vice president (Asia Pacific) at Embraer Commercial Aviation. While big airports like those in Delhi and Mumbai are saturating, airlines will add new flights between small cities, Pereira said. Franco-Italian ATR, which recently received an order for 50 aircraft, one of its biggest, from IndiGoBSE -0.38 %, said the scheme would encourage airlines to take risk. “The government's regional connectivity scheme encourages airlines to take some additional risk to try these new markets, grow them and develop them. In markets with huge growth potential, there tend to be ups and downs. We have seen them in other markets, ” said Tom Anderson, senior vice president, programs and customer services at ATR. “You have got the potential of 1.3 billion Indians, incredibly educated. When you connect these smaller cities together, it results in economic growth. That is incredibly positive.” Canadian aircraft maker Bombardier has received orders for 50 of its Q400 aircraft from SpiceJetBSE 0.14 %. These planes will be used for regional connectivity. The Economic Times by Mihir Mishra, Anirban Chowdhury29.11.2017www.soaneemrana.orgTel: 88002287020
Soon, Job opportunity for the branch of Aircraft Maintenance Engineering, Aeronautical Engineering and also Cabin crew, after analyzing the following new:AIRCRAFT MANUFACTURERS EXPECT UDAN TO TRIGGER DEMAND FOR SMALL PLANES NEW DELHI | MUMBAI: The aviation world sees large opportunity in the Modi government’s regional connectivity programme, which aims to provide air connectivity to unconnected or underconnected areas of the country. The scheme — called Ude Desh ka Aam Nagrik (UDAN) — seeks to provide flights to such areas at a subsidised fare of Rs 2, 500 for an hour of flight. Aircraft manufacturers expect UDAN to drive more people to travel by air and trigger increased demand for their planes. Embraer said the Brazilian aircraft maker would soon add new operators in India. “I expect very soon we can see announcement by operators, who will announce plans with our 50-seaters planes in India. The new Embraer operators would be a mix of existing and new operators. We are very bullish about India and its regional connectivity scheme, ” said Cesar Pereira, vice president (Asia Pacific) at Embraer Commercial Aviation. While big airports like those in Delhi and Mumbai are saturating, airlines will add new flights between small cities, Pereira said. Franco-Italian ATR, which recently received an order for 50 aircraft, one of its biggest, from IndiGoBSE -0.38 %, said the scheme would encourage airlines to take risk. “The government's regional connectivity scheme encourages airlines to take some additional risk to try these new markets, grow them and develop them. In markets with huge growth potential, there tend to be ups and downs. We have seen them in other markets, ” said Tom Anderson, senior vice president, programs and customer services at ATR. “You have got the potential of 1.3 billion Indians, incredibly educated. When you connect these smaller cities together, it results in economic growth. That is incredibly positive.” Canadian aircraft maker Bombardier has received orders for 50 of its Q400 aircraft from SpiceJetBSE 0.14 %. These planes will be used for regional connectivity. The Economic Times by Mihir Mishra, Anirban Chowdhury29.11.2017www.soaneemrana.orgTel: 88002287020
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y for the branch of Aircraft Maintenance Engineering, Aeronautical Engineering and also Cabin crew, after analyzing the following new:AIRCRAFT MANUFACTURERS EXPECT UDAN TO TRIGGER DEMAND FOR SMALL PLANES  NEW DELHI | MUMBAI: The aviation world sees large opportunity in the Modi government’s regional connectivity programme, which aims to provide air connectivity to unconnected or underconnected areas of the country. The scheme — called Ude Desh ka Aam Nagrik (UDAN) — seeks to provide flights to such areas at a subsidised fare of Rs 2, 500 for an hour of flight. Aircraft manufacturers expect UDAN to drive more people to travel by air and trigger increased demand for their planes. Embraer said the Brazilian aircraft maker would soon add new operators in India. “I expect very soon we can see announcement by operators, who will announce plans with our 50-seaters planes in India. The new Embraer operators would be a mix of existing and new operators. We are very bullish about India and its regional connectivity scheme, ” said Cesar Pereira, vice president (Asia Pacific) at Embraer Commercial Aviation. While big airports like those in Delhi and Mumbai are saturating, airlines will add new flights between small cities, Pereira said. Franco-Italian ATR, which recently received an order for 50 aircraft, one of its biggest, from IndiGoBSE -0.38 %, said the scheme would encourage airlines to take risk. “The government's regional connectivity scheme encourages airlines to take some additional risk to try these new markets, grow them and develop them. In markets with huge growth potential, there tend to be ups and downs. We have seen them in other markets, ” said Tom Anderson, senior vice president, programs and customer services at ATR. “You have got the potential of 1.3 billion Indians, incredibly educated. When you connect these smaller cities together, it results in economic growth. That is incredibly positive.” Canadian aircraft maker Bombardier has received orders for 50 of its Q400 aircraft from SpiceJetBSE 0.14 %. These planes will be used for regional connectivity. The Economic Times by Mihir Mishra, Anirban Chowdhury29.11.2017www.soaneemrana.orgTel: 88002287020
Soon, Job opportunity for the branch of Aircraft Maintenance Engineering, Aeronautical Engineering and also Cabin crew, after analyzing the following new:AIRCRAFT MANUFACTURERS EXPECT UDAN TO TRIGGER DEMAND FOR SMALL PLANES NEW DELHI | MUMBAI: The aviation world sees large opportunity in the Modi government’s regional connectivity programme, which aims to provide air connectivity to unconnected or underconnected areas of the country. The scheme — called Ude Desh ka Aam Nagrik (UDAN) — seeks to provide flights to such areas at a subsidised fare of Rs 2, 500 for an hour of flight. Aircraft manufacturers expect UDAN to drive more people to travel by air and trigger increased demand for their planes. Embraer said the Brazilian aircraft maker would soon add new operators in India. “I expect very soon we can see announcement by operators, who will announce plans with our 50-seaters planes in India. The new Embraer operators would be a mix of existing and new operators. We are very bullish about India and its regional connectivity scheme, ” said Cesar Pereira, vice president (Asia Pacific) at Embraer Commercial Aviation. While big airports like those in Delhi and Mumbai are saturating, airlines will add new flights between small cities, Pereira said. Franco-Italian ATR, which recently received an order for 50 aircraft, one of its biggest, from IndiGoBSE -0.38 %, said the scheme would encourage airlines to take risk. “The government's regional connectivity scheme encourages airlines to take some additional risk to try these new markets, grow them and develop them. In markets with huge growth potential, there tend to be ups and downs. We have seen them in other markets, ” said Tom Anderson, senior vice president, programs and customer services at ATR. “You have got the potential of 1.3 billion Indians, incredibly educated. When you connect these smaller cities together, it results in economic growth. That is incredibly positive.” Canadian aircraft maker Bombardier has received orders for 50 of its Q400 aircraft from SpiceJetBSE 0.14 %. These planes will be used for regional connectivity. The Economic Times by Mihir Mishra, Anirban Chowdhury29.11.2017www.soaneemrana.orgTel: 88002287020
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rk of its Aeronautical Engineers gives high prestige for the Country “India is the fastest growing aviation market in the world” as the following new explains:INDIA, RUSSIA STRENGTHEN BILATERAL COOPERATION IN AVIATIONST. PETERSBURG (PTI): India and Russia on Thursday agreed to strengthen bilateral cooperation in the aviation sector by setting up joint ventures in the field of manufacturing, as India is set to become the third largest global aviation market by 2020.
In India the hard work of its Aeronautical Engineers gives high prestige for the Country “India is the fastest growing aviation market in the world” as the following new explains:INDIA, RUSSIA STRENGTHEN BILATERAL COOPERATION IN AVIATIONST. PETERSBURG (PTI): India and Russia on Thursday agreed to strengthen bilateral cooperation in the aviation sector by setting up joint ventures in the field of manufacturing, as India is set to become the third largest global aviation market by 2020."The Regional Connectivity Scheme of the government of India provides an opportunity for strengthening cooperation in joint production and setting up of joint ventures in India in the field of aviation manufacturing to serve the demand created, " according to vision documents, issued after the talks between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Russian President Vladimir Putin.The move is aimed to cater to increasing exports and demands of India's regional air connectivity scheme.The Civil Aviation Policy, 2016, too, provides incentives for made-in-India aircraft and encourages global OEMs for establishing aircraft assembly plant in India, including fast-tracking clearances.India is the fastest growing aviation market in the world and has become the third largest domestic aviation market in terms of domestic passenger traffic, beating Japan, according to Sydney-based aviation think-tank Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation (CAPA).India's domestic air passenger traffic stood at 100 million in 2016 and was behind only the US (719 million) and China (436 million), as per CAPA.This is likely to grow manifold with the launch of government's UDAN (Ude Desh Ka Aam Naagrik) scheme that seeks to take flying to the masses with airfares capped at Rs 2, 500 per hour.The joint declaration also focuses on development of high speed railways, dedicated freight corridors, new technologies for efficient rail transport as well as ship-building and river navigation.Brahmand Defence and Aerospace News.2/06/2017www.soaneemrana.orgTel: 88002287020
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Udan scheme: implementation, traffic demand keyDeveloping regional routes under the Udan scheme is expected to eventually feed into major routes, and that augurs well for the aviation sectorLast week, the aviation ministry released a list of successful bidders under its Udan scheme, set to connect big cities with smaller towns. The five airlines that were awarded the rights to fly on so-called regional routes are Airline Allied Services (Air India’s subsidiary), SpiceJet Ltd, Turbo Megha Airways, Air Odisha and Air Deccan. Udan is short for Ude Desh Ka Aam Nagrik, which loosely translates as let the common man fly.Under the scheme, the selected airlines will enjoy a three-year exclusivity period on the specific routes they have won. This means there will be no competitive pressures to worry about during that time. Aviation turbine fuel tax rates have been reduced in collaboration with the states. There are no airport charges. Airlines will reserve 50% of seats under the stipulated fare cap.According to Dhiraj Mathur, partner and leader of the aerospace and defence practice at PwC India, “the difference between earlier attempts to boost regional airline connectivity and now is that there is immense government support in the form of lower taxes, viability gap funding (or subsidy) and assurances to build airport infrastructure.”But the challenges are immense. Regional airline operations are likely to be leaner with thin margins, meaning the biggest risk really is if the government doesn’t pay the subsidy on time. Getting payments from the government is a huge problem, as there are elements of red tape and corruption entwined here, said Mathur, adding, “Moreover, the state governments, too, have to live up to their commitments (as far as tax reliefs are concerned).”What about profitability? According to Ansuman Deb, an analyst at ICICI Securities Ltd, the government’s cost sops will ensure loss-free operations unless the traffic demand is very low. However, traffic growth is of supreme importance, and it is difficult to predict traffic demand on these routes. That uncertainty is a risk for this scheme. One of the biggest challenges in developing regional routes is the lack of depth in the market, translating into low load factors.In general, India has seen 20% domestic passenger traffic growth in recent years, according to data from the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA). Under the scheme, traffic demand situation will be clearer as the scheme progresses. “However, some routes have better potential than others like Delhi-Shimla, ” says Deb, adding, therefore, that the profitability of operators will be route-dependent. Fares on seats not part of the scheme and compensation airlines shall receive from the government will also play a key role in determining profits. It helps that the outlook on crude oil prices is muted from a medium-term perspective.An important objective of the scheme is to facilitate / stimulate regional air connectivity by making it affordable. Analysts say even as the intent of the policy is good and the efforts laudable, its success will depend on proper implementation and traffic demand/load factors. It’ll be a while before the results are visible, and its success can be measured. Needless to say, if the scheme is successful, it will have a positive impact on travel- and hospitality-related sectors. Domestic air-travel demand could get a fillip, which will be positive for the aviation sector from a long-term perspective. Developing regional routes is expected to eventually feed into major routes, and that augurs well for the sector.Source: LivemintWritten by: Pallavi PengondaDate: 04/04/2017
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rtunity for a job in branch of B.Tech Aeronautical, Aircraft Maintenance Engineering and Cabin Crew when more aircrafts are added or required at airport or airlines as per as the following news:INDIGO TO INDUCT 50 MORE AIRCRAFT, GIVING MAJOR BOOST TO UDAN INITIATIVE NEW DELHI: IndiGo, the country’s largest airline by market share, has announced plans to induct 50 smaller aircraft for regional routes, giving a major boost to the government’s ‘UDAN’ initiative to boost regional connectivity. IndiGo on Tuesday said it would add about 50 turboprop aircraft for regional operations that would be run by a separate division. Both travellers and operators have responded well to UDAN, or Ude Desh ka Aam Nagrik, regional connectivity scheme under which Alliance Air, a subsidiary of national carrier Air India, has connected Delhi and Shimla, and Hyderabadbased TruJet has connected Hyderabad to Cuddapa and Nanded.Tru Jet has already announced plans to add more routes after initial success, while Alliance Air’s flights to Shimla from Delhi are sold out for the next two months. IndiGo is expected to start turboprop aircraft operation this year and is likely to induct 20 planes by the end of the calendar.“There is a lot of demand for seats, which we are not able to fulfill, ” said the person who requested not to be identified. Another senior official said that there is a technical solution to increase the number of seats available and the airline is working on it to make more number of seats available. Tru Jet flights, too, have good demand, with about 80 per cent of seats occupied. Vankayalapati Umesh, managing director at Turbo Megha Airways that operates TruJet, said about 50 to 55 out of 70 seats in its flights on both the sectors are full. “We see a lot of demand and future bookings also look healthy, ” he told ET. Umesh said Trujet will launch other regional flights next month as it is adding new aircraft by the end of this month. The airline currently operates a fleet of five 70-seater ATR aircraft. Out of these, 36 seats per flight are sold under the UDAN scheme. It sells these seats at Rs. 1, 700 each, and seeks government subsidy of Rs. 2, 500 per seat. Analysts feel it is too early to comment on the success of UDAN scheme. “Many of the routes that Alliance and TruJet have won appear to be high potential, ” said Amber Dubey, India head of aerospace and defense at global consultancy KPMG. He pointed out that it’s the summer holiday season, when families generally travel and a lot of people in Delhi and surroundings rush to hill stations such as Shimla for a brief respite from the scorching sun. “A clear assessment of route profitability can be done in January 2018 once the peak winter season comes to an end, ” Dubey said. “It would be important to see the occupancy and yield on non-RCS (regional connectivity scheme) seats on these flights. That will be an indicator of how sustainable the flights are once the VGF (viability gap funding) is withdrawn after three years.” Travel industry insiders expect the scheme to give at least 3-4 per cent push to aviation growth in the country. “With domestic aviation growing at around 20 per cent y-o-y, we expect that UDAN rollout across the country, and entry of new players (Qatar at national level and regional carriers at state level) will help aviation grow faster in the country, ” said Aloke Bajpai, CEO at travel search engine ixigo.com. “We expect to see UDAN contribute an incremental 3-4 per cent to the domestic air r passengers this year, ” he said. The Economic Times 11/05/2017
It is always an opportunity for a job in branch of B.Tech Aeronautical, Aircraft Maintenance Engineering and Cabin Crew when more aircrafts are added or required at airport or airlines as per as the following news:INDIGO TO INDUCT 50 MORE AIRCRAFT, GIVING MAJOR BOOST TO UDAN INITIATIVE NEW DELHI: IndiGo, the country’s largest airline by market share, has announced plans to induct 50 smaller aircraft for regional routes, giving a major boost to the government’s ‘UDAN’ initiative to boost regional connectivity. IndiGo on Tuesday said it would add about 50 turboprop aircraft for regional operations that would be run by a separate division. Both travellers and operators have responded well to UDAN, or Ude Desh ka Aam Nagrik, regional connectivity scheme under which Alliance Air, a subsidiary of national carrier Air India, has connected Delhi and Shimla, and Hyderabadbased TruJet has connected Hyderabad to Cuddapa and Nanded.Tru Jet has already announced plans to add more routes after initial success, while Alliance Air’s flights to Shimla from Delhi are sold out for the next two months. IndiGo is expected to start turboprop aircraft operation this year and is likely to induct 20 planes by the end of the calendar.“There is a lot of demand for seats, which we are not able to fulfill, ” said the person who requested not to be identified. Another senior official said that there is a technical solution to increase the number of seats available and the airline is working on it to make more number of seats available. Tru Jet flights, too, have good demand, with about 80 per cent of seats occupied. Vankayalapati Umesh, managing director at Turbo Megha Airways that operates TruJet, said about 50 to 55 out of 70 seats in its flights on both the sectors are full. “We see a lot of demand and future bookings also look healthy, ” he told ET. Umesh said Trujet will launch other regional flights next month as it is adding new aircraft by the end of this month. The airline currently operates a fleet of five 70-seater ATR aircraft. Out of these, 36 seats per flight are sold under the UDAN scheme. It sells these seats at Rs. 1, 700 each, and seeks government subsidy of Rs. 2, 500 per seat. Analysts feel it is too early to comment on the success of UDAN scheme. “Many of the routes that Alliance and TruJet have won appear to be high potential, ” said Amber Dubey, India head of aerospace and defense at global consultancy KPMG. He pointed out that it’s the summer holiday season, when families generally travel and a lot of people in Delhi and surroundings rush to hill stations such as Shimla for a brief respite from the scorching sun. “A clear assessment of route profitability can be done in January 2018 once the peak winter season comes to an end, ” Dubey said. “It would be important to see the occupancy and yield on non-RCS (regional connectivity scheme) seats on these flights. That will be an indicator of how sustainable the flights are once the VGF (viability gap funding) is withdrawn after three years.” Travel industry insiders expect the scheme to give at least 3-4 per cent push to aviation growth in the country. “With domestic aviation growing at around 20 per cent y-o-y, we expect that UDAN rollout across the country, and entry of new players (Qatar at national level and regional carriers at state level) will help aviation grow faster in the country, ” said Aloke Bajpai, CEO at travel search engine ixigo.com. “We expect to see UDAN contribute an incremental 3-4 per cent to the domestic air r passengers this year, ” he said. The Economic Times 11/05/2017
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S FOR AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERS, AME & AVIATION SECTOR JOBS, AFTER LAUNCHING OF UDAN SCHEME.Indore-Gwalior-Delhi flight under Udan schemeIndore: Under recently launched ‘Udan’ scheme, the city will be connected to Gwalior with a Indore-Gwalior-New Delhi flight. Gwalior has been identified as under-served airport. ATR plane service would be started by Alliance Air likely by September. The fare of Indore-Gwalior would be Rs 2500.Udan scheme is a component of the National Civil Aviation Policy (NCAP) which was released on June 15, 2016 and launched on April 27 by PM Narendra Modi in Shimla. Udan, a scheme with slogan of ‘Ude Desh ka Aam Naagrik (Let fly common men of the country), is an endeavor to make regional connectivity easy with flights covering distances up to 800 km through a market-based mechanism.Aviation sources inform that following a study ministry of civil avaition had identified 43 cities which are either underserved or unserved. In Madhya Pradesh, Gwalior airport was identified as under-served one. Thus it has been listed for tapping under regional connectivity scheme (RCS). Gwalior is being linked with two commercially potential cities Indore and New Delhi. Thus a flight would be started connecting Gwalior with Indore and New Delhi.Sources said that though the scheme will be launched in four phases. Gwalior is placed in second phase will is as per schedule should roll out in June, but the most likely it may start from September this year. A present there is no air connectivity between Indore and Gwalior. Only road and rail connectivity is present there. Travel from both means takes almost 12 hour, while through flight it would be completed within one hour.Air India’s subsidiary Alliance Air will be operating flight between Indore-Gwalior-New Delhi under RCS. Alliance Air will operate regular flights using a 48-seater ATR-42 all-economy class aircraft.As per policy, from total seats 50 seats would be put under Udan scheme; where passenger will have to pay fare for one hour flight would be Rs 2500 only. This would be a subsidised fare for passenger. Government would pay the subsidy amount to airlines through Viability Gap Funding (VGF). The VGF will be used to bridge the gap between the cost of airline operations and expected revenue.
MORE JOB OPPUTUNITIES FOR AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERS, AME & AVIATION SECTOR JOBS, AFTER LAUNCHING OF UDAN SCHEME.Indore-Gwalior-Delhi flight under Udan schemeIndore: Under recently launched ‘Udan’ scheme, the city will be connected to Gwalior with a Indore-Gwalior-New Delhi flight. Gwalior has been identified as under-served airport. ATR plane service would be started by Alliance Air likely by September. The fare of Indore-Gwalior would be Rs 2500.Udan scheme is a component of the National Civil Aviation Policy (NCAP) which was released on June 15, 2016 and launched on April 27 by PM Narendra Modi in Shimla. Udan, a scheme with slogan of ‘Ude Desh ka Aam Naagrik (Let fly common men of the country), is an endeavor to make regional connectivity easy with flights covering distances up to 800 km through a market-based mechanism.Aviation sources inform that following a study ministry of civil avaition had identified 43 cities which are either underserved or unserved. In Madhya Pradesh, Gwalior airport was identified as under-served one. Thus it has been listed for tapping under regional connectivity scheme (RCS). Gwalior is being linked with two commercially potential cities Indore and New Delhi. Thus a flight would be started connecting Gwalior with Indore and New Delhi.Sources said that though the scheme will be launched in four phases. Gwalior is placed in second phase will is as per schedule should roll out in June, but the most likely it may start from September this year. A present there is no air connectivity between Indore and Gwalior. Only road and rail connectivity is present there. Travel from both means takes almost 12 hour, while through flight it would be completed within one hour.Air India’s subsidiary Alliance Air will be operating flight between Indore-Gwalior-New Delhi under RCS. Alliance Air will operate regular flights using a 48-seater ATR-42 all-economy class aircraft.As per policy, from total seats 50 seats would be put under Udan scheme; where passenger will have to pay fare for one hour flight would be Rs 2500 only. This would be a subsidised fare for passenger. Government would pay the subsidy amount to airlines through Viability Gap Funding (VGF). The VGF will be used to bridge the gap between the cost of airline operations and expected revenue."Definitely we will support the Udan scheme from the city airport and make sure that the scheme is a huge success."Aryama Sanyal, Airport Director, Devi Ahilya Bai Holkar Airport
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ring improves very much nowadays especially in India and now, professionally, it can give much opportunity as per as the following news ROLLS-ROYCE KEEN TO MAKE SMALL AIRCRAFT WITH INDIAN COMPANIESNEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has sought to establish the country as a manufacturing hub through the Make-in-India project, and launched the regional connectivity initiative to expand aviation links. Rolls-Royce is now keen to aid both programmes — by making smaller aircraft locally. The company, which commands a 50 per cent market share of engines that power long-haul aircraft globally, also makes them for smaller aircraft that are crucial to improve connectivity across the South Asian nation, where the surface-transport infrastructure is often considered out of date with the country's rising economic profile. We have offerings in that space — 50 to 60-seater aircraft — but you need a structural manufacturer, and orders from the market. Yes, we can supply engines made in India. Various Indian companies, including the Tata and Mahindra groups, want to bring an aircraft. We are open to partnerships with any of them in order to bring the right thing,
Aeronautical Engineering improves very much nowadays especially in India and now, professionally, it can give much opportunity as per as the following news ROLLS-ROYCE KEEN TO MAKE SMALL AIRCRAFT WITH INDIAN COMPANIESNEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has sought to establish the country as a manufacturing hub through the Make-in-India project, and launched the regional connectivity initiative to expand aviation links. Rolls-Royce is now keen to aid both programmes — by making smaller aircraft locally. The company, which commands a 50 per cent market share of engines that power long-haul aircraft globally, also makes them for smaller aircraft that are crucial to improve connectivity across the South Asian nation, where the surface-transport infrastructure is often considered out of date with the country's rising economic profile. We have offerings in that space — 50 to 60-seater aircraft — but you need a structural manufacturer, and orders from the market. Yes, we can supply engines made in India. Various Indian companies, including the Tata and Mahindra groups, want to bring an aircraft. We are open to partnerships with any of them in order to bring the right thing, " Kishore Jayaraman, President of Rolls-Royce India and South Asia, told ET. "We have offerings in that space — 50 to 60-seater aircraft — but you need a structural manufacturer, and orders from the market. Yes, we can supply engines made in India. Various Indian companies, including the Tata and Mahindra groups, want to bring an aircraft. We are open to partnerships with any of them in order to bring the right thing, " Kishore Jayaraman, President of Rolls-Royce India and South Asia, told ET. Rolls-Royce has sought to provide options to local companies, and a lot of groundwork has been done so far with the relevant companies, he said. Notably, Hindustan Aeronautics (HAL) has plans to build the first 'Made in India' regional civil aircraft by 2020-22 through the public-private partnership (PPP) model. Rolls-Royce and HAL are joint venture partners in a firm that produces various components used in aircraft engines. Jayaraman, however, said that the joint venture with HAL does not bar Rolls-Royce from getting into an agreement with any private company to make regional aircraft in India. "The JV with HAL stands within its own realms. We just have to inform it, like any partner, whenever we plan to enter into an agreement to make small aircraft, " he further said. Alocally made small aircraft would provide a boost to the government's regional connectivity plan, called Ude Desh ke Aam Nagrik (UDAN) that aims to take flying to smaller airports at a subsidised fare of `2, 500 for an hour of flight. The first flight under the scheme will be inaugurated by the Prime Minister in Shimla on April 27, 2017.Jayraman believes that the UDAN programme is based on a sustainable model. "It is very doable, and based on a sustainable model. The plan has been arrived at with a certain degree of competition, and with a reasonable fare that would appeal to the crowd below that of the low-cost airline today. The plan will bridge the gap between no flying and the lowest end of the fare band at low-cost airlines, " he said. Source: The Economic Times24/04/2017
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