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    • 0 Table of contents Introduction……………………………………..1 Contents AERO NEWS NETWORK NEWSLETTER………...2 AVIATION NEWSLETTER HITCHING 29………..3 AVIATION NEWS………………………………………..5 AV JOBS NEWSLETTER………………………………7 AIRPORT JOBS AVAILABLE ……………...........12 PM LAUNCHES MEGA LOW-COST TERMINAL PROJECT………………………………….14 MAHB IS GOING MALDIVES………………………..16 AIRASIA (X)S AGGRESSIVE COMPETITION AGAINTS MAS ROUTES………………………………17 MY OPINION ON AIRASIA (X)S AGGRESSIVE COMPETITION AGAINTS MAS ROUTES………..18 Conclusion……………………………………………..19 Bibliography……………………………………………20
    • 1 Introduction s part to becoming an Inspired candidate Diploma holder in Aviation Management (Avi),who are training to become most highly skilled and motivated workers in Aviation Industry a person need to keep up to date with every news involving Aviation Field This are some sources or reference that you need to subcribe to make sure you alert with news in Aviation Field. This Newsletter include Jobs Opportunity,celebration,Problems and News involving Aviation and Airline Industry. Likewise, this will supplement the various theory and simultaneously understanding and application. A
    • 2 AERO NEWS NETWORK NEWSLETTER Aero-News Network "Propwash" E-Mail Aero-News Summary A Free E-Mail Newsletter ISSN: 07.09.11 Issue 139/09 Welcome Amidee Azizan Subscribed as amideeazizan@gmail.com ACI-NA Urges White House, Congress To Free The Nation’s Airports Asks Government Leaders To Remove Restrictions To Airport Funding Airports Council International-North America (ACI-NA) President Greg Principato has written to President Barack Obama, Vice President Joseph Biden, and the bipartisan congressional leadership, urging them to remove the federal government's restrictions on airport funding, facilitating critical aviation infrastructure development and job creation in a way that meets the demands from both liberal and conservative lawmakers. Greg Principato In his letters, Principato stressed that, "By removing the federal government from regulating how local communities and their airports generate resources for investment in aviation infrastructure, you can do the right thing for the economy and for our nation, while also pursuing a course that is good politics all the way around." Principato's letter went on to emphasize that allowing airports more financial freedom makes great sense given the need to reduce federal spending and federal involvement in local decisions in the midst of unprecedented debt and deficit issues, the effects of a lack of investment in the nation's infrastructure, and high unemployment. Principato also expressed ACI-NA's commitment to working with the White House and Congress to ensure infrastructure investment; economic growth and job creation are realized by modernizing the way U.S. airports are regulated, reducing Washington's role and giving local communities power over their economic future.
    • 3 AVIATION NEWSLETTER HITCHING 29 This is an automated response. Thank you for signing up to the Hitchings29 Aviation eNewsletter Your Application has been successful Hitchings29 Aviation From Hitchings29 Aviation hitchings29.tumblr.com hitchings29aviation@live.co.uk Sent to amideeazizan@gmail.com. Unsubscribe | Update Profile | Forward to a Friend Tiger Airlines Grounded Till August 1 Australian Budget Carrier Replacing CEO, Promising Refunds For the first time in Australia's history, the nation's regulators have grounded an entire airline to look into serious questions about its safety culture. The French News Service AFP reports that the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) barred Tiger Airlines from operating domestic flights Saturday for a week, but has now determined it will need the rest of this month to complete its investigation into the safety issues, and the airline's response to its inquiries.
    • 4 CASA was scheduled to be in Federal Court in Melbourne on Thursday to seek the extension. Tiger Airways Australia is a subsidiary of Singapore's Tiger Airways, which has sidelined its Australian CEO, Crawford Rix, and sent group President Tony Davis to Australia from Singapore to take charge of working with CASA's investigators. Rix is reportedly out of the company effective July 31. CASA's action was triggered last week when a flight approached an airport too low, and after expressing its concern to the airline over pilot proficiency, training, fatigue and other management issues. CASA spokesman Peter Gibson said more questions were raised when investigators looked through the airline's records. AFP reports the grounding is costing Tiger the equivalent of $1.6 million a week. In an official statement, the airline says it is not opposed to CASA's review, and is refunding fares to customers through the end of the month, but remains intent on returning to service. The markets aren't so sure that will be possible. The grounding coincides with what is normally a profitable season for domestic airlines as Australian schools close for vacation. Shares in Tiger Airways Holding, the parent company, which have traded as high as $1.85 in the past year, fell this week to well under a dollar. Competitors Virgin and Qantas have both seen significant share price gains. Virgin's Sir Richard Branson says he hopes his smaller rival can survive. "I think it's going to be tough to come back from that, but obviously for the sake of all the staff let's hope they manage to get their act together and be back in a month's time." But Gibson promises CASA will be thorough. "We have to make sure we fully understand the reasons why these problems have occurred -- if they are systemic problems, problems with process and problems with safety systems." FMI: www.tigerairways.com/au/en/disruption.php
    • 5 AVIATION NEWS AVIATION WEEK -- FAA Bulletin News and information from AVIATION WEEK July 7, 2011 ================================================================== Welcome Amidee Azizan to AVIATION WEEK's FAA Bulletin. Each week, you'll receive a snapshot of the events and issues driving the global FAA industry. ----------------------------------------------------------------- REGISTER FOR FREE AVIATION WEEK BULLETINS http://aviationweek.com/email_bulletin/registration_redesi FAA Celebrates 75th Anniversary Of Air Traffic Control Service Began With 15 Employees In Three Control Centers The FAA on Wednesday marked the 75th anniversary of federal air traffic control as American aviation experiences its safest period ever. Since its inception with 15 workers operating in just three control centers in 1936, the agency has become a world leader, pioneering safety improvements and developing new technology to speed up flights, save fuel and improve safety. "The United States has the safest air transportation system in the world. But as the last 75 years show, we will never stop working to make our system even safer," said Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood. "As a pilot, I am in awe of the aviation safety and technological advancements that have been made in the last 75 years," said FAA Administrator Randy Babbitt. "NextGen represents the next milestone in aviation innovation. The FAA is committed to transforming our national airspace system so passengers can reach their destinations even more safely and more efficiently than they do today."
    • 6 Federal air traffic control began on July 6, 1936, when the Bureau of Air Commerce took over the operation of the first airway traffic control centers at Newark, N.J., Chicago and Cleveland. Faced with a growing demand for air travel, the 15 employees who made up the original group of controllers took radio position reports from pilots to plot the progress of each flight, providing no separation services. At the time, the fastest plane in the commercial fleet was the Douglas DC-3, which could fly coast-to-coast in about 17 hours while carrying 21 passengers. Since then, the air traffic system has expanded from three control centers to include 131 federal stand-alone airport traffic control towers, 132 towers for terminal area approach control, 29 stand-alone terminal radar approach controls and 21 en route traffic control centers. The number of controllers has grown from 15 to more than 15,000, a workforce that handles an average of 50,000 flights each day. The DC-3 has given way to jet aircraft that can carry hundreds of passengers and fly from New York to Los Angeles in about five hours. The FAA continues to pioneer new technologies that will make air traffic control safer and more efficient. The Next Generation Air Transportation System, or NextGen, will transform air traffic control in the U.S. from a system of ground-based radars to one based on satellites. In parts of the country, controllers already are beginning to track aircraft via satellites with a state-of-the-art system called Automatic Dependent Surveillance - Broadcast, or ADS-B. ADS-B will be available nationwide in 2013 and will enable more direct routes, saving time and money while also lowering the industry's environmental footprint. This month the FAA will celebrate the 75th anniversary of federal air traffic control by highlighting advancements in air traffic controller training, NextGen, how the FAA handles convective summer weather and aviation infrastructure improvements. FMI: www.faa.gov
    • 7 AV JOBS NEWSLETTER Welcome Amidee Azizan Subscribed as amideeazizan@gmail.com Volume 28 - July 4 2011 Job of the Week Company Overview Licensed Inspector At RemX Engineering, we have the right strategic plan for managing engineering, aviation and technical talent to meet the needs of growing organizations. Strengthening the greater Engineering community is at the heart of our business. RemX Engineering offers proactive planning expertise and a menu o Santa Barbara, CA United States RemX Engineering Licensed Inspector We are looking for a licensed inspector to work at our unique facility in Greenville, MS. Must have valid DOT/FAA Mechanics Certificate with Airframe and Powerplant ratings and a min of 3 years of experience performing maintenance and or inspections on transport category civilian or military aircraft. Completion of formal aircraft systems training on multiple Boeing, Airbus and/or McDonnell-Douglas is preferred. Preform and document multiple daily technical inspections Interact ... View Listing Broadcast Aviation Messaging Airbus Research Thursday, July 07, 2011 If you have not already done so, please could you spare 5 minutes of your time to participate in some research we are conducting on behalf of Airbus. You will be asked about your current perceptions of the Airbus as a company and its products. All responses will remain completely confidential a Read more Licensed Inspector position Friday, July 08, 2011 RemX Engineering This Licensed Inspector position is available @ RemX Engineering as of 7/8/2011. If you meet the requirements for this position be sure to Apply using the phone, fax, email, or special instructions provided on this page. Please check back with us next Monda Read more
    • 8 News & Industry Events Aviation Career Opportunities Enjoy a sneak peak of the most recent positions listed in the Avjobs Applicant System. Avjobs has over 27,300 jobs available. 15,648 new jobs have been posted in the last 30 days. Log in to view jobs in your area. Mgr I Field Engineering International Product Support International, International Position: Mgr I Field Engineering Location: International Expertise: Product Support Security Clearance Required: Secret - Existing Job Type: Full Time Last Updated: 07-08-2011 Apply Job Description:Candidate will View Details & Apply Mechanical Senior Designer for Aircraft Power Sys Enclosure Job (Querétaro Engineering Technology Querétaro, Mexico Job Number: 1407649 BusinessGE Aviation Business Segment: Aviation About Us:GEIQ EDCOE is a team with clear growth path wich aims own and deliver several mechnical component of Aircraft Power system. Posted Position Title: Mechanical Senior D View Details & Apply Program Lead Trainer - Toronto Canada Canada Training & Development Canada, Canada Position: Program Lead Trainer - Toronto, Canada Location: Canada Expertise: Training & Development Security Clearance Required: None / Not Required Job Type: Full Time Last Updated: 07-07-2011 Apply Job Descr View Details & Apply Supply Chain Management Military Management and Transportation Italy, Italy Location Foggia, ItalySecurity Clearance Required? No Security Clearance Requiredabout security clearance definitionsPositionDescriptionIncorporates change and planning decisions to arrive at optimal solutions. Applies Supply Chain Management (SCM) method View Details & Apply Arrivals Avjobs is pleased to promote the following companies hiring quality applicants like you. Be sure to view our extensive Aviation Directory with over 50,000 aviation industry employers and contacts.
    • 9 RemX Engineering At RemX Engineering, we have the right strategic plan for managing engineering, aviation and technical talent to meet the needs of growing organizations. Strengthening the greater Engineering community is at the heart of our business. RemX Engineering offers proactive planning expertise and a menu of flexible services to help our clients staff smarter and stay out of chaos. RemX Engineering specializes in the placement of professionals to a wide range of Industries, including Aerospace / Aviation, Federal Government, Manufacturing, Semiconductor, Power, Architectural / Construction, and Pharmaceutical. RemX uses a consultative approach to provide customized solutions, which include contract and project staffing, direct-hire placements, strategic partnerships, and outsourcing services. RemX Engineering is part of RemX Specialty Staffing which also includes RemX Financial Staffing, RemX IT Staffing, RemXOfficeStaff, RemX Scientific, and Project Solvers from RemX. Please visit www.remx.com for additional information. Make sure that your resume is complete and up-to-date in order to receive maximum consideration for any employment opportunities. To view and apply for jobs, log in to the Applicant System and select “View Jobs.” Send your resume to RemX Engineering today. They want to hear from you as soon as possible so don’t wait. MeregrassInc Meregrass offers the most flexible fleet of charter aircraft in the world; providing short, medium, and long range Falcon Jet aircraft - impeccably appointed, expertly maintained, and professionally flown. Make sure that your resume is complete and up-to-date in order to receive maximum consideration for any employment opportunities. To view and apply for jobs, log in to the Applicant System and select “View Jobs.” Send your resume to MeregrassInc today. They want to hear from you as soon as possible so don’t wait. Strom Engineering Corp. Strom Engineering has been serving the Contract Engineering industry in Minnesota since 1961, placing qualified personnel in jobs that demand skilled and responsible employees. As a leader in the personnel field, we also know that benefits are important. We not only set the standard for compensation, but we also make sure to place candidates on assignments appropriate to their needs and skill levels. Make sure that your resume is complete and up-to-date in order to receive maximum consideration for any employment opportunities. To view and apply for jobs, log in to the Applicant System and select “View Jobs.” Send your resume to Strom Engineering Corp. today. They want to hear from you as soon as possible so don’t wait. Aviation Directory The Avjobs Aviation Directory contains all the necessary contact information for your job search networking, actual aviation employer contact information, company profiles and direct link web pages specifically designed to help you locate aviation companies in your area. For complete access please register or log in. Sarasota Avionics Shawn Mcclintock Venice, FL Sarasota Avionics International Garmins Number One Installing Dealer In The Nation Of
    • 10 Panel Mount Gps Navigation S Gps Avionics Aviation Book Seattle, WA Aviation Books Pilot Supplies Aviation Gifts Aviation Schools AVSchools is the perfect resource for students looking to break into the industry, or for seasoned professionals looking for continuing education. Avjobs provides visitors with a direct communication channel with aviation's top educators. Find the Aviation School that's right for you>> Fayetteville State University Floyd Shorter Fayetteville, NC A Constituent Institution Of The University Of North Carolina A Public Comprehensive University Offering Degrees At The Baccala Air Center 1 BehzadKarimian Louisville, KY Aircenter 1 Offers Accelerated Flight Instruction And Offers Quality Rental Aircraft At Reasonable Rates We Also Assist Interna Special Offers You can always access to Avjobs Member Portal with a 6 Month Guarantee, so you can see for yourself exactly how the program works. We want you to know you're not alone in your job search, so we've also made our personal coaching staff available to you FREE as part of your paid subscription to help jumpstart you into your new aviation career. Student Discount Program Avjobs Cares Discount Program
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    • 12 AIRPORT JOBS AVAILABLE Avjobs sent this message to Amidee Azizan (amideeazizan@gmail.com). Your registered name is included to show you registered for a complimentary subscription to the Avjobs.com - Job of the Week & Aviation Career Newsletter and that this message originated from Avjobs Newsletter Subscription Services. Learn more. Avjobs Update Hi Amidee Azizan, Here's a brief update on the Airport jobs available in the Avjobs Applicant Portal as of Saturday, 9 July, 2011. Manage your job search activity Aviation jobs currently available in the Avjobs Applicant Portal [Edit Preferences] ►Airport jobs for Saturday, 9 July, 2011 General Manager Airport Services-Tlc - No P T Passenger Service Agent-Ar - AR Vip Lounge Agent - Va Stations Manager - Base Coordinator-A - AZ Airport Director - TX P T Customer Service Agent-Pa - PA Customer Service Agent-Iad - DC Cargo Service Agent-Tx - TX Senior Manager, Airport Services - KS General Manager Airport Services-Tlc - No Airport Team Member-Jfk - NY Baggage Handler-Ramp Operator Ready R - NV Customer Representative-Local Candida - OK Airport Services Instructor-Fl - FL P T Station Agent-Bna - TN P T Customer Service Agent-Bos - MA Operations Agent-Pa - PA Airport Team Member-Las - NV Supervisor Operations-Nv - NV Ramp Service Supervisor-Fll - FL Station Supervisor-Act - MA P T Customer Service Agent-Fl - FL P T Airport Sales Agent-Pa - PA Line Service Technician - VA Airport Business Development Coordina - TX Airport Team Member-Jfk - NY Station Supervisor-Vct - TX Airport Services Instructor-Fl - FL P T Customer Service Agent-Fl - FL P T Passenger Service Agent-Fl - FL Customer Service Supervisor-Phf - VA P T Customer Service Rep-Tx - TX Ramp Agent-Local Candidates Only-Ny - NY A & P Mechanic - FL General Manager-Day - OH Ramp Agent Supervisor-Mn - MN Airport Team Member-Las - NV P T Passenger Service Agent-Ne - NE Line Service Technician-Ma - MA Customer Service-Nv - NV Airport Communications Specialist - ME Customer Service Agent-P T Flex-Fod - IA Line Services Technician-La - LA P T Customer Service Rep-Sc - SC Css Customer Service Supervisor-Jfk - NY Airport Baggage Systems Engineer Denv - CO Airport Team Member-Las - NV Airport Engineer 23 - WA R R Seas CustServ-Ticketing-Gate Ser - CA A & P Mechanic - FL P T Passenger Service Agent-Mi - MI Customer Service Rep-Ct - CT Avionics - FL P T Fleet Service Clerk-Jfk - NY P T Customer Service-Ramp Agent-Cak - OH P T Pre Flight Service Agents-Fl - FL A & P Mechanic - FL Airport Intern - Spring Summer Fall - IL P T Station Agent-Bhm - AL P T Temp Customer Service - Ramp Agen - LA View all postings NOTE: Please apply directly for these available positions using the application instructions provided in the Avjobs Applicant Portal. DO NOT REPLY TO THIS EMAIL. This Avjobs E-mail address does not accept reply's, responses, resumes, cv's or applications for openings. Please follow the individual application instructions provided in each job posting. Avjobs.com is an online resource that brings together employers and employees in the aviation industry (Simply put, we tell you exactly who is hiring and where - right now!). Our Job Search System is for anyone looking for aviation related industry employment at any level. Please visit our Web Site for additional Aviation Employment Assistance and information. Due to the overwhelming amount of resumes we receive we have implemented an online application process to help us manage and track all applicants interested in employment within the industry. This system allows us to keep all applicants organized while maximizing the applicant's visibility to our recruiters. You will need to visit our website and log into the Applicant Portal, members.avjobs.com , to apply for positions you are interested in. Please be aware that you will not be considered for any position until you have applied via our Applicant Website. Additionally, completing your online job application in our system will allow you to keep us updated in your career progress and it will also ensure your resume and interest will remain active and visible to our recruiters. Please visit
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    • 14 Asia News PM launches mega low-cost terminal project By MAZWIN NIK ANIS mazwin@thestar.com.my SEPANG: The opening of the world’s first mega terminal for low-cost carriers – to be known as KLIA2 – will mark the nation’s growth and leadership in aviation not only in this region but also the world, said Prime Minister Datuk Seri NajibRazak. He said considering the exponential traffic growth in the low-cost sector, the Government had prioritised the immediate development of a terminal that would meet low-cost travel needs for the next 10 to 15 years. The plan was a variation of the original KLIA Master Plan as low-cost travel and its extraordinary boom was not previously envisioned or anticipated. “Fortunately, we were able to accommodate the low-cost carriers’ needs for the past few years at the current Low-Cost Carrier Terminal (LCCT),” Najib said at the project’s ground- breaking ceremony here yesterday. “However, the time has come to revolutionise the airport terminal design for low-cost carriers and passengers in order to stay ahead of competition.” The new low-cost carrier terminal is being built to handle 30 million passengers per year initially and has the flexibility to allow for expansion to cater for future growth and changes to the operational models of aircraft. Landmark project: Najib signing a plaque at the ceremony in Sepang yesterday. With him are (from right) Kong, Malaysia Airports Berhad managing director Tan Sri Bashir Ahmad and chairman Tan Sri DatukDrAris Othman. Located 2km from the current Main Terminal building, KLIA2 will allow for easy inter- terminal transfer and better connectivity between the two.
    • 15 The Prime Minister said KLIA2, targeted to be completed in April 2012, was expected to boost the nation’s tourism industry by attracting more airlines and visitors. He added that the facility would increase tourism revenue from RM53bil last year to RM168bil in 2020. In his opening speech, Transport Minister Datuk Seri Kong Cho Ha said the new LCCT would meet passengers’ expectations with built-in walkways, bigger space per passenger and total separation between arrival and departing passengers for improved security. He added that the new terminal would have an integrated transport hub, connecting various modes of transportation such as taxis, buses and the Express Rail Link (ERL) service. Kong said the aviation industry was undergoing a paradigm shift with the accelerating growth of low-cost carriers defining the future of air travel, especially in Asia.
    • 16 MAHB IS GOING MALDIVES I got this from Bernama. It looks like MAHB is going places. Good for those who are going to join MAHB - more chances to go overseas providing aviation services and expertise. MAHB is surely going international exporting its services. June 25, 2010 19:20 PM MAHB Wins Maldives' Airport Contract Via Consortium KUALA LUMPUR, June 25 (Bernama) -- Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB) has won a bid to build, operate, modernise and expand Maldives' main airport, the Male International Airport, via its GMR-MAHB consortium. In a statment here today, MAHB said it has been successfully partnering with the GMR Group since 2002, a Bangalore-based global infrastructure major with interests in airports, energy, highways and urban infrastructure. The airport operator said the Male International Airport was situated on the Huhule Island on the politically stable archipelagpo, and was one of the fastest growing airports in the region. MAHB managing director Tan Sri Bashir Ahmad said the win signified an important milestone for a Malaysian firm leading with its expertise in the international market. The bid was participated by two other parties, namely the Aeroport De Paris, France-TAV, Turkey consortium, and the Zurich Airport-GVK consortium. With the project, MAHB now has four overseas airports in its portfolio, including the Rajiv Gandhi International Airport in Hyderabad, Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi, and Istanbul SabihaGokcen International Airport in Turkey. -- BERNAMA
    • 17 AIRASIA X'S AGGRESSIVE COMPETITION AGAINST MAS' ROUTES. I got this from MAS CEO's blog. TgAzmil, IdrisJala's successor. This is his counter to AirAsia X's aggressive competition against MAS' routes. In life, if we want to succeed we must have an opinion on many things in life or better correct opinion, lest we wont change for the better. Opinion is the basis of our goals, strategies and implementation process. I always believe a action taken wrong is better than no action taken at all. Now the following is my opinion on the TgAzmil blog:- Sorry MAS CEO, in the era of consumerism, you have to give the consumers the right to decide which airline they want to fly with. So if they decide to fly with Air Asia because they believe Air Asia given them value for money, then you shouldn't stop them through government intervention. In US this is illegal as there is a law called Anti Thrust Law. No one is allowed to monopolise an industry there. By preventing Air Asia from competiting against MAS you are actually asking for monopolistic right which is also not encouraged by WTO charter. It is akin to Hilton Hotel in KL asking government to stop hotels like Sri Malaysia from existing. You have to learn to compete because sooner or later there will more airlines being established whether you like it or not. Under the open sky policy that is being propagated by AFTA you will have to compete with other airlines even if Air Asia does not exist, once this open sky policy is implemented. Only the best will survive in this competitive world. And is good for the consumers. What you could do is to continue improving your services and cut costs (good buying and good human capital) so that MAS can become the darling of five-star airlines just like SIA. (SIA don't even have a domestic market yet they could churn out three times more revenues than MAS). You could also play the game of Air Asia, that is establish a subsidiary for a low cost carrier and with a different brand name and fight Air Asia in their own game. While MAS maintain their 5 -star market segment your LC subsidiary fights Air Asia with their own game in the LC segment. You can make use of Fire Fly to do this as it is already in operations. Like I always say only those who are fittest will survive. good for the consumers. And good for MAS too as you will learn to improve and not sit on your laurels and grow to greater heights . All the best.
    • 18 MY OPINIONON AIRASIA X'S AGGRESSIVE COMPETITION AGAINST MAS' ROUTES. rom my point of view, AirAsiasuppose tobuild their own goal and have their own strategy in the organization to compete any airlines not even in Malaysia but all over the world. For long term period, AirAsia will be suffered from bankruptcy due to poor of Routes,Financial and even long term forecasting planning. I’m very sure, MAS is now contribute more revenues for our country compare to AirAsia. F
    • 19 CONCLUSION his scrapbook of Newsletter is some example for a person that in Aviation Professionals Field can subscribe to ensure you are up to date with the news in aviation profession . They are many others newsletter side you can subscribe in the net .This are some infof my interest. Hope You Enjoy reading Happy Landing T
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