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    • Submitted by : ABRAR HUSSAIN K-4, FIAT, Infantry road. Submitted to: Mrs. MARISSA AVIATION ASSIGNMENT
    • Introduction
      • This work is a study on the aviation and This gives us an idea about low cost airline, parts of the aircraft, medical emergency announcement, aviation terms, Cockpit, Cargo and about the relevance of a cabin crew, difference between old and new technology of air bus & Emergency equipments
    • Acknowledgement
      • I take this opportunity to thank my aviation teacher
      • For helping me to complete this presentation. Mrs. Marissa for giving all assistance in my work.
    • Contents
      • Low cost airlines in India
      • How the airlines have bought a growth in aviation and Indian economy
      • Parts of the aircraft
      • Medical emergency
      • Aviation terms
      • Cockpit
      • Cargo
    • Contents
      • Qualities of cabin crew
      • Demonstrate the correct procedure for embarking &disembarking on board handling of any 1 special passenger paper document should be submitted
      • Procedure which crew follows from
      • Differences between A-300 &A-380
    • P1 (A) UNIT 4
    • Definition of the low cost airlines
      • A low-cost carrier or low-cost airline (also known as a no-frills or discount carrier or airline) is an airline that offers generally low fares in exchange for eliminating many traditional passenger services. The concept originated in the United States in 1990s and much of the rest of the world. The term originated within the airline industry referring to airlines with a lower operating cost structure than their competitors.
    • Low cost airlines in India SIMPLY PRICELESS BOEING NATIONAL AVIATION THIRUVANANTHAPURAM AIR INDIA EXPRESS THE JOY OF FLING BOEING NARESH GOYAL MUMBAI JET KONNECT EMOTIONALLY YOURS BOEING NARESH GOYAL MUMBAI JET LITE EXPERIENCE THE DIFFERENCE AIRBUS JEHANGIR WADIA MUMBAI GO AIR GET MORE WHEN YOU FLY BOEING AJAY SINGH NEW DELHI SPICE JET FLY THEGOOD TIMES AIR BUS VIJAY MALLYA MUMBAI KINFGFISHER RED SLOGAN FLEETS HEADS HEAD QUARTERS NAME OF THE AIRLINE
    •  
    • GO AIR
      • Go air a low cost airline based in Mumbai India. It operates domestic passenger services with 385 flights weekly Go Air announced that it intended to launch operations in October 2005 with a fleet of 20 leased Airbus A320 aircraft. Initial flights would be in the southern and western areas of India with the first nine A320s, the remaining 11 aircraft being added in the second year. At the time the airline was in discussion with both Airbus and Boeing on the purchase of between 20 and 40 new aircraft, with a contract to be in place by the end of 2005 and with deliveries to start by 2007 .
      • The airline was established in June 2004
      • Go air is wholly owned by wadia group
    •  
    • Spice jet
      • Spice jet is a low cost airline based in New Delhi, India .It began service in may 2005 and by 2008, it was India's second largest low cost airline in terms of market share
      • Spice jet was voted as the best low cost airline in south Asia and central Asia region by skytrax in 2007
      • Spice jet was earlier known as ROYAL AIRWAYS
      • Spice jet marked its entry in service with Rs.99 fares for 99 days with 9,000 seats available at this rate
      • They have fleet 19 Aircrafts -All Boeing
    • How the airlines have bought a growth in aviation and Indian economy
      • 10 years back there were just two airlines.
      • Both state owned in last 10 years the economy has opened up
      • India has experienced growth rate of 8%
      • Increase in no of jobs to people
      • Increase in revenue for the government
    • The main factors which effect Indian economy are:
      • Increase no of domestic airlines
      • Increase no of low cost airlines
      • Increase in no of business travelers to different country
      • Increase in no of incoming tourist and business enterprises
      • Increase in no of jobs
    • P1 (B) UNIT 4
    • Parts of an Aircraft
    • Parts of the aircraft
      • Cockpit :The part of the aircraft that houses the pilot (s) and the aircraft’s control
      • Fuselage : Central body portion of a plane designed to carry fuel, passengers, freight &mail .The part of the aircraft, which streamlined, and the wings and tails are attached to it.
      • Wings : The parts of the plane that provide lift &support the weight of the plane, its passenger, crew, cargo while the plane is in flight
    • Parts of the aircraft
      • Flaps: The movable portion of the wings closest to the fuselage. These are control surfaces installed on the trailing edge of a wing and used to increase the amount of lift generated by the wing at slower speeds. flaps also have the effect of slowing an aircraft during its landing approach
      • Slats: special surfaces attached to or actually part of the leading edge of the wing. During the take off and landing, they are extended to produce extra lift
    • Medical emergency
      • At the time of medical emergency I will ask for help by passenger address system and I will announce as
      • “ Attention ladies and gentleman we need medical assistance any qualified registered medical practitioner please identify yourself to nearest cabin crew”
    • P3 (A) UNIT 4
    • Aviation terms
      • Bank : The turning of an aircraft to its left or right with the help of slats and flaps
      • Bay : A defused area of parking a single aircraft
      • Bulk head : Partitions or walls in the fuselage to make compartments for different purposes
      • Cabin : The portion of enclosed airplane intended for transporting passengers or freight
    • Aviation terms
      • Emergency exits : Doors and windows used specially in case of emergency
      • Leading edge :The foremost edge of the aerofoil/wing
      • Trailing edge: The rearmost edge of the aerofoil/wing
      • Ground power unit (GPU): Used to provide onboard electrical aircraft power on the ground only
    • P 3 A, B & C (unit 9)
    • Cockpit
    • Cockpit
      • The part of the aircraft that houses the pilot and the aircrafts controls
      • A cockpit or flight deck is the area, usually near the front of an aircraft, from which a pilot controls the aircraft. Most modern cockpits are enclosed, except on some small aircraft, and cockpits on large airliners are also physically separated from the cabin .from the cockpit an aircraft is controlled on the ground and in the air
    • Cockpit
      • The cockpit of an aircraft contains flight instruments on an instrument panel, and the controls which enable the pilot to fly an aircraft .
      • In most airliners, a door separates the cockpit from the passenger compartment
      • On an airliner the cockpit is usually referred to as flight deck
    • CARGO
    • Cargo
      • Air cargo is commonly known as freight. There are many firms which collect cargo
      • eventually manufacturers started designing aircraft for freight as well.
      • There are many commercial aircraft suitable for carrying cargo
      • Loading containers known as ULDs.
      • Air transport is a vital component of many international logistics essential to managing and controlling the flow of goods energy information and other resources like product services and people from the source of production to the marketplace
    • P(2)A UNIT 4
    • CABIN CREW
    • Cabin crew
      • AN EMPLOYEE OF AN AIRLINE WHO IS PRIMARILY RESPONSIBLE FOR THE SAFETY AND COMFORT Of PASSENGERS DURING THEIR FLIGHT IS CALLED A CABIN CREW
    • Qualities of a cabin crew
      • TECHNICHAL KNOWLEDGE
      • GROOMING
      • POSITIVE ATTITUDE
      • TEAM WORKER
      • RESPONSIBLE
      • POLITE
      • GOOD TIME MANAGER
      • HUMBLE
      • FRIENDLY
    • P(3)B UNIT 4
    • Demonstrate the correct procedure for embarking &disembarking on board handling of any 1 special passenger paper document should be submitted
      • Un accompanied minor
      • A passenger who is below
      • the age of 18 & traveling
      • alone is classified as
      • unaccompanied minor ( unm)
    • Procedure for embarking and disembarking of unm
      • This passenger is boarded first and deplaned last
      • The ground staff hands over the minor to the crew who is in charge of the section where unm is seated
      • emergency procedures such as fastening of seat belt, usage of oxygen mask is told to unm
      • The location of galley, toilet &crew seat is shown to unm
      • Crew gives toys, books to unm to keep them occupied
    • Paper and documents should be submitted
      • The airline take the detail of unm and who is going to receive him
      • The ground staff hands over the unm to crew and documents also handed over to them
      • And if they have any problem or allergy from some thing they take it and crew have to check it
      • When they reach the destination the crew hand over the unm to ground staff and they hand over them to the person who is going to receive him in that destination as the details given
    • M UNIT 4&9
    • IMAGINE YOU ARE A CABIN CREW AND DO THE PROCEDURES WHICH YOU HAVE TO FOLLOW FOR YOUR FLIGHT AND ITS CONNECTING
      • Destination : Bangalore to Bombay and
      • Connecting :Bombay to kolkatta
      • Airlines : Kingfisher
      • Base : Bangalore
      • Economy class
      • Reporting time at Bangalore airport is 10.00am
      • My service is at aft
      • At 8.30 am cab came to my home to pick me and I got in
      • I reached airport at 9.30am
      • I will carry my 2 sets of uniform perfumes and my deodorant &as I am staying for night so I ill carry my sleeping bag
      • First I will reach the airport then I will sign in
      • Breath analyzer check up
      • I will see the information board & check my flight details like captain name, first officer name, senior crew, co-workers, and bay no etc
      • Then we will have briefing from our senior crew
      • Then I will enter the airport by showing my airport pass
      Bangalore to Bombay
      • Then my security check in
      • Then I will enter the coach &say the driver my bay no he will drop me
      • Then I will enter the aircraft and I will do my pre flight check
      • I will check all my emergency equipments
      • Then when the boarding starts I will start greeting the guest & welcome them
      • I will start ground services
      • 1, Candy
      • 2, Juices
      • 3.Serving headphones
      • Then I will clean the tetra packs and I will do safety demonstration &by announcing I will prepare for take off then I will check the cabin then inform my senior crew that cabin and galley of aft is secure
      • After take off
      • When seat belt sign is off I will start my service by serving break fast Then I will serve the tea/coffee
      • Then I will clear trays
      • I will prepare for landing
      • Then the guests who will be traveling to kolkatta they will be seated &others will disembark and the new guest will embark the aircraft
    • Bombay to kolkatta
      • If emergency equipments are used I will replace it
      • Then when the boarding starts I will start greeting the guest & welcome them
      • I will start ground services
      • 1, Candy
      • 2, Juices
      • 3.Serving headphones
      • Then I will clean the tetra packs and I will do safety demonstration &by announcing I will prepare for take off then I will check the cabin then inform my senior crew that cabin and galley of aft is secure
      • After take off
      • When seat belt sign is off I will start my service by serving hot snacks Then I will serve the tea/coffee
      • Then I will clear trays
      • I will prepare for landing
      • I will greet and thank the passengers & they will disembark and then I will reach my staying place
      • And I will take rest and I will get prepared for my next day service
    • D (unit 4&9)
    • Comparison between A-300& A-380
      • A-300
      • The A-300 is one of Airbus Industries earliest long-haul aircraft.
      • Launched in 1972
      • It is a two-engine, two-aisle, single passenger decked aircraft, which carries around 260 people in a two class configuration
      • which carries around 260 people in a two class configuration
      • It has a maximum range of 6670km
    • Advantages & disadvantages of A-300 Consumes more fuel Carries less fuel Electrically controlled braking system Produces more sound in fuselage Structure made from metal reduced weight Old model All glass cockpit Disadvantages Advantages
    • A-380
      • A380 has only just entered service
      • The A-380 is Airbus' newest long-haul passenger jet
      • It is a four engine, four-aisle, double passenger deck aircraft,
      • It carries 644 passengers in two classes, or up to 853 passengers if the entire aircraft is Economy class
      • It can fly much further than the A-300 (about 15,200km
    • Advantages & disadvantages of A-380 Carries more fuel& Consumes less fuel Carries more risk Its more faster than older Very long body more chances of damaging Four engines four aisle Its more pressurized Carries more passengers Disadvantages Advantages
    • My opinion on comparison of A-300& A-380
      • As A-300 is phased out
      • A-380 is the new technology
      • So every one is planning to try it
      • It has 4 four engines
      • It flies more faster than A-300
      • It carries more passengers
      • A-389 is best now
    • Emergency equipments at aircrafts
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    • smoke goggles
    • first aid kit CHOKING
    • FIRE EXTINGUISHER
    • oxygen mask
    • crash axe
    • Bibliography
      • www.Google.com
      • Aviation module from frank Finn
    •