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CLASS-II MEDICAL ASSESSMENT ( Applicable to Cabin Crew and Airport Ground Staff). Few of the same tests are also applicable for Hotel Staff. These requirements are applicable for initial and renewal medical examinations of Personnel holding PPL, SPL, GPL, Free Balloon Pilots, Flight Radio Telephone Operators. Ultra Light Aircraft Operators and Cabin Crew Attendants. Once a Candidate clears all the interview rounds, these medical tests are advised and upon its clearance you become a proud employee.
Cabin crew are also known as Flight Attendants, Air Hostess, Flight Stewards or even trolley dolly’s! They are primarily on board an aircraft for the safety and welfare of the passengers and secondly for their comfort. If there were no services of food or drink during a flight, there would still have to be a minimum presence of cabin crew for safety, which is a legal requirement. Because cabin crew members are the face of the airline they are expected to excel in customer service and always remain friendly, approachable and enthusiastic with a good sense of self-presentation.
Hierarchy of Flight Crew Hierarchy varies from one airline to the other. Aircraft Crew is divided into two groups- Cockpit Crew and Cabin Crew. As an Aircraft Crew, there is a captain/ Pilot/ Commander, a first officer/ Co- Pilot, possibly a second officer (or another first officer) in the cockpit then a senior cabin crew member (different airlines use different designators) and other junior crew in the cabin. Depending on the airline, more senior crew is in charge of a particular class of travel, than junior cabin crew.
The hotel industry in India thrives largely due to the growth in tourism and travel. The emergence of budget hotels in India to cater to the majority of the population who seek affordable accommodation has also materialized into an effective driver for growth. This sector will benefit due to certain Government regulations that will steer this sector towards further growth. Hotel Industry in India 2011 begins with an overview of the travel and tourism industry in India – providing the market size and growth as well as an indication of the foreign exchange earnings by the sector.
Tourism and Hospitality- India India is one of the top tourist destinations in the world and tourist volumes have registered strong growth in the last five years. Tourist volumes are expected to grow at over 11% annually until 2015, with health and wellness tourism recording particularly strong growth due to the high healthcare costs in Western countries and the high-quality medical facilities offered in India.The Indian tourism sector has been experiencing a resilient phase of growth, driven by the flourishing middle class, increased spending by the foreign tourists, and synchronized administration and promotions by the Government of India to encourage ‘Incredible India’.
Front Office (Hotels)- Guest Relations Officer- Job Description Key Responsibilities Plan and coordinate the provision of friendly, efficient services to guests Schedule activities for guests Plan and coordinate all promotional activities targeting clients Trace relevant statistics about clientele Coordinate and supervise all activities for guests Assist with check-ins / check-outs of clients Greet Guests upon arrival Assist guests with airline bookings and reconfirmation’s Assist all departments in being receptive to the needs of guests Assist staff with language and culture Attend recreation activities when necessary Plan and conduct group and function rundown meetings Assist in any other duties when required by the Front Office Manager Assist with translations (information: guest directory; menus etc.
Position Summary Accommodates guests of hotel by greeting, performing guest transactions, answering the telephone, operating necessary front office equipment, etc. to ensure high-quality guest relation. Technical or Administrative Knowledge Must be able to add, subtract, multiply and divide. General knowledge of computers. - Special Skills and/or Abilities Excellent interpersonal communication and customer service skills. Maintains professional appearance and demeanor at all times. Job Description (continued) Essential Functions include but not limited to the following -
HAVE YOU EVER watched a balloon as it slowly meandered upward into the sky? The balloon is able to fly because the air within it is lighter than the surrounding air—just set it free and it’s off. Many people think quite differently about airplanes, however. Knowing that these machines are clearly heavier than air, they might wonder what exactly keeps an airplane in the sky. And they might fear that any airplane might just fall out of the sky.
Now, lets talk about the danger of flying right into the middle of the biggest and meanest thunderclouds. No competent pilot would ever do that deliberately. What are the dangers of a thunderstorm to a plane? Thunderstorms can have very strong winds called updrafts and downdrafts that cause what is called turbulence. Turbulence makes it very difficult to control the airplane. Wind from a thunderstorm near the ground can also be very dangerous to planes.