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    • INTRODUCTION
    • ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
    • LOW COST AIRLINES AFFECTING THE DEVELOPMENT OF AVIATION INDUSTRY
    • DOMESTIC AIRLINES AFFECTING THE DEVELOPMENT OF AVIATION INDUSTRY
    • INDIA’S IMPROVING ECONOMY AFFECTING THE DEVELOPMENT OF AVIATION INDUSTRY
    • EXTERNAL PARTS OF AN AIRCRAFT
    • 7. INTERNAL PARTS OF AN AIRCRAFT
    INDEX
  • 8. PARTS OF COCKPIT 9. PARTS OF CARGO 10. PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES REQUIRE TO BE A CABIN CREW 11. ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF A CABIN CREW 12. EMERGENCY SITUATION 13. EMERGENCY EQUIPMENTS 14. FIRST-AID 15. SUMMARY 16. BIBLIOGRAPHY INDEX
  • LEARNER’S NAME:- BALRAM KUMAR FACULTY’S NAME:- Mrs. MANISHA GUPTA. BATCH CODE:- K3. UNIT NO. - 4 & 9.(AVIATION). ASSIGNMENT No. – C2.A.4/9/10. Introduction
  • ACKNOWLEDGEMENT I am Balram Kumar from K3 batch. I would like to thank frankfinn institute of air hostess training for giving me an opportunity to do a project on aviation. I would also like to thank my aviation faculty for her support and guidance.
  • LOW COST AIRLINES AFFECTING THE DEVELOPMENT OF AVIATION INDUSTRY
  • Low cost airlines are airlines that generally offer low fares in exchange for eliminating many traditional passengers’ services. These airlines has a single configuration, single type of aircraft, reducing training and service cost, simple fare scheme, unreserved seats, flying to cheaper, less congested, secondary airports, simplified routes employees working in multiple roles. LOW COST AIRLINES AFFECTING THE DEVELOPMENT OF AVIATION INDUSTRY
  • ADVANTAGES OF LOW COST AIRLINES
    • Saves time
    • Middle class people can fly
    • More profit
  • DISADVANTAGES OF LOW COST AIRLINES
    • Food and beverage are not served
    • Unreserved seats
    • Low baggage allowance
  • EXAMPLES OF LOW COST AIRLINES
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  • PARAMOUNT AIRWAYS
    • FOUNDED : ON 2005 (OCT)
    • HUBS : 1. CHENNAI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
    • FLEET SIZE : 5 (+ 15 ORDERS)
    • DESTINATION : 15
    • PARENT COMPANY :PARAMOUNT AIRWAYS.
    • COMPANY SLOGAN : A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE.
    • HEAD QUARTER : CHENNAI , INDIA.
    • KEY PEOPLE: MR. THIAGARAJAN .
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  • JET LITE
    • FOUNDED : ON 1991
    • FREQUENT FLYER PROGRAM : JET PRIVILEGE.
    • FLEET SIZE : 24 (+ 10 ORDERS)
    • DESTINATION : 28
    • PARENT COMPANY : TAILWINTS LIMITED.
    • COMPANY SLOGAN :EMOTIONALLY YOURS.
    • HEAD QUARTER : NEW DELHI , INDIA.
    • KEY PEOPLE: SUBRATA ROY FOUNDER. NARESH GOYEL .
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  • SPICEJET
    • FOUNDED : ON 2005
    • FLEET SIZE : 21 (+ 9 ORDERS)
    • DESTINATION : 18
    • HEAD QUARTER : NEW DELHI , INDIA.
    • KEY PEOPLE: MR. SANJAY AGARWAL.(CEO)
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  • INCREASE NUMBER OF DOMESTIC AIRLINES AFFECTING THE DEVELOPMENT OF AVIATION INDUSTRY
  • INCREASE NUMBER OF DOMESTIC AIRLINE AFFECTING THE DEVELOPMENT OF AVIATION INDUSTRY Open sky policy:-In 1990 government of India passed a policy called open sky policy. According to this policy any carrier is allowed to invest in the Indian aviation sector. Previously aviation industry was under government rule by 1995. Many private airlines had ventured in to this business. Including jet airways, Sahara, continental, NEPC airline, Damania airways but only jet and Sahara survive in this industry.
  • ADVANTAGES
    • More employment
    • Good network
    • More option for the passengers
  • DISADVANTAGES
    • More competition
    • More air traffic congestion
    • More fuel consumption
  • EXAMPLES OF DOMESTIC AIRLINES
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  • INDIGO AIRLINES
    • FOUNDED : ON 2005
    • FLEET SIZE : 19 (+ 75 ORDERS)
    • DESTINATION : 17
    • PARENT COMPANY : INTERGLOBLE ENTERPRISE.
    • COMPANY SLOGAN : GO INDIA GO.
    • HEAD QUARTER : GURGAON.
    • KEY PEOPLE: ADITYA GHOSH.
  • KINGFISHER AIRLINES
  • KINGFISHER AIRLINES
    • FOUNDED : ON 2002.
    • FREQUENT FLYER PROGRAM : KING CLUB.
    • FLEET SIZE : 75 (+ 136 ORDERS)
    • DESTINATION : 77
    • PARENT COMPANY : UB GROUB.
    • COMPANY SLOGAN :FLY THE GOOD TIMES.
    • HEAD QUARTER : BENGALURU , INDIA.
    • KEY PEOPLE: DR. VIJAY MALIYA. (M.D)
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  • JET AIRWAYS
    • FOUNDED : ON 1991
    • FREQUENT FLYER PROGRAM : JET PRIVILEGE.
    • FLEET SIZE : 24 (+ 10 ORDERS)
    • DESTINATION : 28
    • PARENT COMPANY : TAILWINTS LIMITED.
    • COMPANY SLOGAN :EMOTIONALLY YOURS.
    • HEAD QUARTER : NEW DELHI , INDIA.
    • KEY PEOPLE: SUBRATA ROY FOUNDER. NARESH GOYEL.
  • India’s improving economy affecting the development of Aviation Industry . Current economy:- The airline industry is deeply impacted by the elasticity of demand, externalities, wage inequality, and monetary, fiscal, and federal policies. The elasticity of demand is based purely on current market condition, the customer’s purpose for travel, and available substitutes. Externalities continue to influence the elasticity of demand. The airline industry is viewed has being unstable because it is based on current market condition, and the market is always changing.
  • INDIA’S IMPROVING ECONOMY EFFECTING THE DEVELOPMENT OF AVIATION INDUSTRY
    • Construction of new airports and runways
    • Multinational Companies are investing
    • Modernization of airports
    • Foreign Exchange
  • EXTERNAL PARTS OF THE AIRCRAFT
  • CABIN INTERNAL PARTS OF AN AIRCRAFT
  • PSU
  • BASSINET
  • AISLE (SINGLE) NARROW BODIED AIRCRAFT
  • OVER HEAD BINS
  • GALLEY
  • DOG HOUSE
  • LAVATORY
  • COCKPIT
  • PARTS OF COCKPIT
    • Joy Stick.
    • Avionic-Compartment.
    • Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR).
    • Sliding Window.
    • Flight data recorder (FDR).
    • Emergency Equipments:-
    • Asbestos Gloves.
    • Crash axe.
    • Flash Light.
    • Descent device (Rope).
  • There are three zones of cargo forward zone, the mid zone and aft zone. All three zones are pressurized. Light baggage's are kept in the forward zone. Heavy cargo in the mid and aft zone. Loading for the forward and mid zone is done in huge containers or mechanically. The aft zone is Air Conditioned. Pet animals in a cage and dead body in coffin are kept in the aft zone. Loading for the aft zone is done by the loaders or manually. PARTS OF CARGO
  • PARTS OF CARGO
  • Personal attributes to become a cabin crew
    • Smartness
    • Communication skill
    • Eagerness to help
    • Body language
    • Punctuality
  • ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITY OF A CABIN - CREW The responsibility of a cabin crew ranges from taking care of the safety of the passengers give medicine to the passengers in case of a medical emergency and lastly to do the in flight service according to the laid down procedure.
    • Safety
    • Medical emergency
    • In flight service
  • ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITY OF A CABIN - CREW
  • Ditching EMERGENCY SITUATIONS
  • Fire fighting
  • Crash landing
  • Hi-jacking
  • BIRD HIT
  • Decompression
  • Oxygen bottle Fire extinguisher Lifejacket Asbestos gloves EMERGENCY EQUIPMENTS Oxygen mask Flash light
  • Smoke Goggles Mega phone Seat belt Crash axe First-aid kit
  • MANUAL RELEASE TOOL OR L-KEY SHOULDER HARNESS
  • RADIO BEACON SLIDE
  • FIRST AID
  • FIRST-AID KIT
  • FIRST-AID
    • EAR ACHE AND EAR DISCOMFORT:-
    • This is a very common phenomenon during a flight and due to sudden change in cabin-pressure while the aircraft is ascending or descending.
    • TREATMENT:-
    • If an insect has gone into the ear, put a drop of water in the ear. All other types of foreign bodies have to be left alone.
    • For discomfort during the flight.
    • Serve passenger something to drink or to chew.
    • Ask passenger to blow out with mouth and the close the nose.
    • Massage them below and behind their ear, may help
    • If it is a baby ask the mother to feed the baby or to let the baby cry.
    • PRECAUTIONS:-
    • If the earache is due to a foreign baby lodged in the ear, do not attempt to remove the foreign body.
  • SUMMARY In our aviation class we have been taught a lot of things about airlines. We have learnt about the aircraft terms and parts of cockpit, interior and exterior of an aircraft, parts of a cargo aircraft in unit-4 (LO1). Evaluation of roles and justifying and aircraft equipment in (LO2). Analyzing of emergency situations in (LO3). Justification of safety and emergency equipment in (LO4). We also learnt about First aid in unit-9 (LO1). How to undertake a range of airbus in-flight service in (LO2). About the cockpit and cargo operations for an airbus in (LO3). And lastly about demonstrate in-flight skills with domestic carrier in (LO4).
  • BIBLIOGRAPHY
    • I collected all the information from certain sites :-
    • http://www.yahoo.com.
    • http://www.google.com.
    • The full details collected from :-
    • wikipedia.com -> web pages -> name of airlines.
    • Google.com -> web pages -> name of airlines .
    • The pictures collected from :-
    • Google.com -> images -> name of airlines.
    • Yahoo.com -> images -> name of parts, situations, equipments .
  • THANK YOU