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Looking for a Job in Airline In Year 2021 Get Your Airline Ready ViSume [Video Resume]

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Get Your  Airline Ready ViSume [Video Resume] [New Normal Post Covid19] Looking for a Job in Airline In the Year 2021 Get Your  Airline Ready ViSume [ Video Resume] https://bit.ly/3nfOOPm Here are Basic Tips to Get Your  Airline Ready Video Resume  [Good for Non-Aviation Jobs as well] Write a Small CV Script.  First Things First: Do not wing it up. Make it very Relevant.  Just like a Paper Resume, your Video Resume must be Specific to the Job Roles Keep it Short. HRs  are very busy People. ... Get Creative. ... Make Innovative Make it Professional. ... Collect Feedback. Share link on all Social Media Regularly. What should you put in your Video Resume Tell a story. A video resume is a great way to showcase something from your background that's sure to impress the hiring manager, especially if you tell it in the form of a story. Be brief. Be specific. Add a call-to-action. Share your ViSume, video resume:  For more Airlines Jobs & Aviation Career Information and daily job alerts

An Unidentified American was arrested after he was seen walking the wing of an Alaska Airlines Airplane just before Takeoff in Las Vegas

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An Unidentified American was arrested after he was seen walking the wing of an Alaska Airlines Airplane just before Takeoff in Las Vegas Just before takeoff in Las Vegas, a man driving an Alaska Airlines Flight  Airplane's wing was arrested KSNV-TV reported that an unknown person was arrested by local police after an Alaska Airlines plane ran over the wing of McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas. The pilot-in-command noticed the man and, according to CNN, warned the plane to the control tower before leaving for Portland. In a video of the incident posted on Twitter, the man is seen kicking from his shoes and trying to climb on the wing of the plane. On Saturday, local police arrested a man who appeared to take off his shoes, climb and disembark at the wing of an airplane at Macarran International Airport in Las Vegas. At 1:30 pm on Saturday, KSVV-TV reported that the incident occurred. CNN reported that an Alaska Airlines Flight was diverted to Portland, Oregon when an unkno

How to Join Airline Industry

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  How to Join Airline Industry       The Aviation sector has been providing numerous job opportunities to graduates in India. In the past, in case of India, there weren’t many courses that focused on the aviation sector and groomed students to take on roles in that sector. Usually, Graduates of any discipline used to apply for aviation jobs. They used to get trained after they were selected after an interview. At present, things have changed! There are many aviation sector oriented courses present, which cater to the needs of the aviation Industry I will list some of the best Aviation field related courses, which students may pursue after finishing either their 12th standard or graduate. Note-  that career prospects and the possibility of landing a high paying job in Aviation sector depends a lot on the quality of the Institute from which you pursue the course. Yes, type of course and aptitude of the candidate also plays a huge role. Make sure that you research well about an Institute/

Female Cabin Crew of British Airways Offers Inflight 'Adult Entertainment', to Passengers On Board

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एक ब्रिटिश एयरवेज महिला केबिन क्रू [एयर होस्टेस] ने कथित तौर पर ऑन-बोर्ड 'इन-फ्लाइट एंटरटेनमेंट' की पेशकश की Female Cabin Crew of British Airways  Offers Inflight 'Adult Entertainment', to Passengers On Board https://bit.ly/3g1eoET Spoiling the name of Aviation Industry  An unidentified British Airways Female Cabin Crew  [Air Hostess] allegedly offered in-flight 'Adult Entertainment' to On Board  Flyers, creating an uproar in the Aviation Industry globally. Based on the report, British Airways has now launched a probe in the matter and is seeking to identify the staff member. The Female Cabin Crew [flight attendant] worked as a Paid Prostitute during the flights and the revelations were made public recently by an investigative report published in the British daily. According to The Sun, a spokesman of the British Airways said, "We expect the highest standard of behaviour from all of our Female Cabin Crew and colleagues at all times, and we are investigating