Air India Jobs for Walkin For Security Agent in Calcutta
Post Name : Security Agent (Female) No of Vacancy : 26 Posts Pay Scale : Rs. 14000/- (Per Month) Educational Qualification : Graduate in any discipline (minimum 3 years duration) from a recognized University with ability to speak Hindi, English and conversant with local language. Nationality : Indian Age Limit : 28 years as on 01.12.2015 Age Relaxation : For SC/ST Candidates : 5 Year For OBC Candidates : 3 Year Application Fee : Candidates have to Pay Rs.500/- through Demand Draft in Favour of AIR INDIA AIR TRANSPORT SERVICES LTD., payable at Mumbai. No fees is to be paid by Ex-servicemen / candidates belonging to SC/ST communities. How to Apply : Interested candidates may appear for Interview along with prescribed application form copies of the testimonials / certificates and Demand Draft at the time of Interview.
Graduate in any discipline (minimum 3 years duration) from a recognized University with ability to speak Hindi, English and conversant with local language.
Looking for Any Graduate graduates profile.
2015-11-23 to 2015-12-13
About Air india
Air India is the flag carrier airline of India and the third largest airline in India in terms of passengers carried. It is owned by Air India Limited, a Government of India enterprise and operates a fleet of Airbus and Boeing aircraft serving various domestic and international destinations. It is headquartered in New Delhi. Air India has major domestic hubs at Indira Gandhi International Airport, New Delhi and Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, Mumbai and secondary hubs at Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport, Kolkata and Chennai International Airport.
Safdarjung Airport was built in 1930 and was the main airport for Delhi until 1962.Due to increasing passenger traffic at Safdarjung, civilian operations were moved to Palam Airport (later renamed to IGIA) in 1962. Palam Airport had been built during World War II as RAF Station Palam and after the British left, it served as an Air Force Station for the Indian Air Force. Palam Airport had a peak capacity of around 1,300 passengers per hour. Owing to an increase in air traffic in the 1970s, an additional terminal with nearly four times the area of the old Palam terminal was constructed. With the inauguration of a new international terminal (Terminal 2), on 2 May 1986, the airport was renamed as Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA).
On 31 January 2006, the aviation minister Praful Patel announced that the empowered Group of Ministers have agreed to sell the management-rights of Delhi Airport to the DIAL consortium and the Mumbai airport to the GVK Group. On 2 May 2006, the management of Delhi and Mumbai airports were handed over to the private consortia. Delhi International Airport Limited (DIAL) is a consortium of the GMR Group (54%), Fraport (10%) and Malaysia Airports (10%), and the Airports Authority of India retains a 26% stake. 9 years later in May 2015, Malaysia Airports chose it exit from DIAL venture and sold its entire 10% stake to majority share holder GMR Infra for $79 million. Following this GMR Groups stake at DIAL increased to 64%. Earlier GMR also indicated that it was interested in buying out the 10% stake of Fraport.
The old domestic airport (Palam) is known as Terminal 1 and handles domestic flights for all budget airlines. The terminal is divided into three separate buildings 1A (dedicated terminal for state-run Air India, no longer used), 1B (used by all private commercial airlines, now closed and demolished), the Domestic Arrival Terminal 1C and the newly constructed departure terminal 1D (now used by all domestic low-cost airlines (GoAir, IndiGo, SpiceJet). There is also a separate Technical Area for VVIP passengers. Additionally, there is a separate terminal for Hajj flights.
Significant growth in Indian aviation industry led to a major increase in passenger traffic. The capacity of Terminal 1 is estimated to be 7.15 million passengers per annum (mppa). Actual throughput for 2005/06 was an estimated 10.4 million passengers. Including the now-closed international terminal (Terminal 2), the airport had a total capacity of 12.5 million passengers per year, whereas the total passenger traffic in 2006/07 was 16.5 million passengers per year In 2008, total passenger count at the airport reached 23.97 million.