WHY TO CHOOSE A CABIN CREW AS A CAREER

WHY TO CHOOSE A CABIN CREW AS A CAREER OPTION ? 

MANY PEOPLE’S’ THINK THAT HOW WOULD BE A CAREER OF A CABIN CREW MEMBER IS IT  GOOD OR A BAD, OR IT WILL REALLY GIVE A EXPOSURE. THESE TYPE OF QUERIES ALWAYS ROTATE IN EVERY PEOPLE’S’ MIND SO NOW I WILL TELL YOU THE FULL DETAILS RELATED TO A CABIN CREW. 

As we all know that aviation career is booming in India and abroad as well. And this is the right time to pursue your career right after your 12th exam or graduation. And instead of going for any graduation or skilled course which takes approximately 3 years to complete, here Airline prep school make your aviation job ready with our training. Moreover as per research we have found out that its very difficult to have a high package salary and most of the colleges doesn’t provide 100% assistance to guide you for jobs.

HERE YOU CAN CHECK THE SALARIES A CABIN CREW GET IN DIFFERENT AIRLINE

Cabin Crew salary in India ranges between ₹ 2.5 Lakhs to ₹ 14.0 Lakhs with an average annual salary of ₹ 5.9 Lakhs, As you can see the latest reports about the salary packages 

ONCE YOU HAVE EXPERIENCED THE CABIN CREW THE SALARY MAY VARY WITH DIFFERENT AIRLINES AND ROUTE YOU TRAVEL 

WITH OVER 2000+ NEW OPENING THE AVIATION CAREER IS TAKING A HYPE IN TERMS OF NEW CAREER OPPORTUNITIES.

NOT JUST THIS YOU CAN EXPLORE OTHER CAREER ASPECTS WITH THE SAME SKILL CERTIFICATION :- 

1. PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT MENTOR 

2. IMAGE CONSULTANT 

3. TRAVEL PLANNER OR CONSULTANT 

4. HOSPITALTIY SERVICES 

5. CUSTOMER RELATION SERVICES 

WHAT IS THE JOB LOOKOUT FOR AIRLINE AND COMMERCIAL PILOTS ? 

A job outlook conveys the projected rate of growth or decline in employment in an occupation over a certain amount of time, usually 10 years. If you’re considering a career in the airline industry, it’s important to consider where there’s room for growth or if the field is in decline.

WHAT IS THE PILOT JOB LOOKOUT ? 

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, airline and commercial pilots’ employment should grow 13% between 2020 and 2030, quicker than the average for all occupations. About 14,500 openings for airline and commercial pilots are projected each year over the decade. Commercial pilot positions are projected to increase in several industries, especially in ambulance services that need pilots to transfer patients to health care amenities. The average base salary for pilots is $76,187 per year.

Pilots retiring from the industry or transferring to different occupations will create many new job opportunities. Applicants may have more chances to land a job with non-scheduled aviation services and regional airlines thanks to their lower entry-level requirements. Moreover, the competition is usually less intense in commercial and regional sectors than for major airlines that typically draw more applicants than the available positions. 

LIFESTYLE OF A PILOT 

The job of commercial pilot is the most glamorous and exciting job in aviation. It is highly rated and one of the most adventurous career which requires intensive training.

This profession also demands a lot of time, dedication, patience and sacrifice. A career in aviation attracts many youngsters as it provides opportunity to travel around the globe. This is a lucrative field.

Apart from the many attractions this profession offers, the job of a commercial pilot brings with it the responsibility for the safety of the aircraft and the lives of the passengers.

Some of the routine responsibilities of a pilot are:

  • Preparatory duties, like checking pre-flight plans before takeoff.
  • Checking the route that the aircraft has to fly along with meteorological information.
  • Plotting flight pattern and filing the flight plan with appropriate officials.
  • Obtaining and reviewing data, such as load weight, fuel supply, weather conditions, and flight schedule.
  • Ordering changes in fuel supply, load, route, or schedule to ensure flight safety.
  • Conducting preflight checks and reading gauges to verify that fluids and pressure are at prescribed levels.
  • Operating radio equipment and contact control tower for takeoff, clearance, arrival instructions, and other information.
  • Coordinating flight activities with ground crew and air-traffic control, and informing crew members of flight and test procedures.
  • Conducting in-flight tests and evaluations, at specified altitudes, in all types of weather to determine receptivity and other characteristics of equipment and systems.
  • Logging information, such as flight time, altitude flown and fuel consumption.
  • Drawing up flight reports post-flight, which mention any equipment problems or general difficulties.

Work schedules

A Pilot’s typical workday depends on the number of pilots a plane needs and whether you are flying international or domestic. It also depends on the company you work for and what aircraft you fly. A long day can last for as many as 12 hours. In any case, your time in the cockpit will normally not be more than four hours continuously.

Short-haul flights in charter services will generally involve either two-sector days or multi-sector days with low cost airlines. This will mean getting back to base most nights. Long-haul obviously entails longer sectors, so you would do one sector and then go to a hotel. Minimum rest is 12 hours or the length of the previous duty.

With most airlines you will always do some weekend work, as that is the busiest part of the week.

Charters are the segment of private aviation that allows one to pick up the phone to book a fancy private jet to fly oneself and one’s colleagues, relatives or friends in comfort and style from Destination A to B.

You could work as a pilot for a corporate entity or a high net worth individual with their own aircraft. There are generally no fixed travel routes and timings. One has to be ready to adjust to the irregularity in these areas.

Big money is now pouring into the private aviation market, and new players are setting up shop. There’s a saying in the private-jet business: “If you have to ask the price, you can’t afford it”. This should give some indication about the salary scope of a private-jet pilot where, figuratively speaking, sky is the limit. 

CREATED BY 

DEWANG OJHA 

https://flywithdewang.com/

https://www.blogger.com/blog/posts/7994117044598204517

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