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Posted on: April 20th, 2010 / In: Airlines Jobs

Working opportunities in aviation:

The aviation sector offers a list of airlines jobs to choose from. Starting from the average salary fetching job this sector extends to one of the lavish and highest paid job. You have a wide opportunity to work right from the ground crew, cabin crew to the cockpit crew.

The ground crew includes jobs for the people having an IATA license to people who would take care of the boarding and other ticketing work on the ground.

The cabin crew includes flight stewards, air hostesses and the flight chefs.

The cockpit crew undoubtedly includes the pilots which can be ATR, Boeing or Airbus.

Working opportunities are also high in the cargo airlines other than the commercial ones.

Salary offered:

The salary differs in proportion to experience and the designation you work at.

The ground staff should expect an average of Rs. 12,000 /- and higher depending on the company you are working for.

The Cabin crew should expect a salary of Rs. 35,000/- and above.

The pay packages offered to the pilots are very high and exorbitant; it largely depends only on the company and the aircrafts on which the pilots fly.

Cities offering these jobs:

You can avail these jobs wherever you find a runway. This means that as the airports are growing throughout the country, these jobs can be availed almost anywhere in the country. Though, the metropolitans offer an attractive salary package; companies in the other states also pay considerably well.

Present situation:

Aviation sector witnessed a big boom till the year 2007 however, presently most of the companies are facing loses from the year 2008 till 2010. Though, surveys suggest that this sector will grow again from mid 2010 and a rise in the job opportunities should be witnessed by the end of this year.

In short, a decent way to earn a living provided you step into this sector at the right time.

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