Flying is an expensive trade to be in. You have to spend a fortune to become a pilot, but that also means any mistake you make can prove very expensive. One of the biggest mistake people make while pursuing this trade is in choosing a flying school. These days you can see ads everywhere, come fly with us, cheap rates etc, but in between the age of gimmicks how do you choose the right school for yourself. I have had many friends and colleagues who got cheated by these flying schools. I don’t want you to be next open the list of a fake flying school. So, I’m here to give you some guidance towards finding the right school for yourself.
When I expressed my views to become a pilot in India, the first thing my parents said is do not take commerce/arts!!. I used to think, whats wrong in commerce/arts??. These subjects look easier than science and I will have an easier life too.
So you want to be a Pilot??. Well, I am a firm believer that if you put in enough efforts, you can achieve anything. But in todays competitive world is just effort enough?. What is actually needed, is to focus your efforts in the right direction. I hope my posts give your efforts a direction.
Scholarships are abundantly available in most of the fields. In aviation, they are scarce, or unheard of!!. In India, its even more scarce. The Indian govt and its regulatory authority DGCA, instead of boosting up this field, has only managed to ruin it.
Jet airways, once a shining star, is in ruins now. We can blame the government, management or whoever we want. But finally the question arises, does India need JetAirways??. In my opinion the answer is, YES!!.
Aviation is a continuously evolving industry and one of the latest is the Blockchain technology. Though IATA claims that the blockchain can only be incorporated by 2035, but alot of advancements are being seen.
Jet airways, once the star of Indian aviation is flying its last flight today. The airlines has been crippled by huge revenue loss and reducing market share. I hope, as your reading through this article, deals are being made to revive the airline. In the airline sector, jet airways used to be a sign of hospitality, luxury, punctuality and customer service.
The answer to the airlines constant struggle to make further profits might be the Skyrider 2. We all have been in that crammed economy seat for hours. All we wonder is, can air travel possibly be more uncomfortable??. Unfortunately the answer might be yes.