Nuestra misión se basa en LA PASIÓN POR LA EXCELENCIA y nuestro objetivo es ayudar a las compañías aéreas que están en proceso de desarrollo y crecimiento para seguir expandiéndose, pudiendo asumir ciertas tareas de gestión que requieren una atención especial y que son extremadamente importantes, pero son difíciles de atender en la regularidad del día a día de una empresa.
Nuestros expertos pueden llevar a cabo estos requisitos de forma temporal, para garantizar que no se reduzca su atención a los costos y la seguridad. También podemos proporcionar las calificaciones de tipo para Boeing 747-767-757-737-777 y Airbus 320-330-340.
Nuestros expertos cuentan con más de treinta años de experiencia en el sector del transporte aéreo y actualmente ofrecemos una asistencia eficiente y económica. Para ellos hemos oficinas en Bangkok, y Santiago de Chile, Londres, y próximamente en Pekín.
Era verano, por cierto muy caluroso, dos niños jugaban en el jardín mientras sus madres los llamaban constantemente para cenar, anochecía. Dejaron de jugar y empezaron a contar las estrellas, cada vez podían contar más porque la noche cubría el valle, de pronto empezaron a ver estrellas fugaces, cambiaron su postura y se estiraron entre la hierba que empezaba a estar algo humeda. Miraban entusiasmados a derecha e izquierda habían estrellas fugaces que aparecian con su trazo luminoso de todas partes.
De repente dos estrellas fugaces se posaron a los pies de los niños.
Ellos quedaron paralizados las estrellas se fueron transformando en otros dos niños.
¿Que hacéis aquí ? ; pregunto una de las estrellas. No podian articular palabra, pero ambos se pusieron en pie y el más decidido
empezó a hablarles, ¡contamos las estrellas!¿ y cuantas habeís contado ? ; ¡no se dijo el muchacho ¡. ¿porque no subís a unos de estos árboles tal vez podrías ver más?: ¿no nos deja nuestra madre¡.
El niño más atrevido les dijo ¿Y vosotros porque sois estrellas fugaces?
Uno de ellos le contesto porque nuestra vida en la tierra fue fugaz;
¿que te paso pregunto el más tímido?. Yo era piloto un día mi avión cayó al mar siendo yo muy joven, aunque ya había llegado a escribir algún libro, pero tuve que irme muy joven y desde entonces como era piloto sigo volando en forma de estrella fugaz y sigo enseñando al hombre como vivir la vida. ¿Como era tu avión ? pregunto el más decidido; ¡ Era un caza bimotor P-38 Lightning, pero tu no puedes saber de que avión te hablo.
El niño más timido tiraba con su pequeña mano del jersey de su amigo y le dijo¡ preguntale algo a la otra estrella que esta muy callado ¡.
Sin ambagues de ningún tipo le preguntó a la segunda estrella¿ y tu también abandonaste este mundo y tu paso fué muy fugaz?
Tardó unos minutos en contestar solo los miraba y de repente habló. ¡ Así es mira las palmas de las manos ; y se las mostró habían huellas de clavos, y también en ambos pies y su frente también tenía heridas como si se hubiera estado peleando con un gato, penso el niño. ¿Quien te hizo estas heridas; él contesto el” hombre”, son heridas de amor y perdón. ¿ Y has perdonado a los que te hicieron tanto daño: ¡ Si a todos¡ y ¿Porque eres una estrella fugaz?; ¡ Porque mi misión es recorrer todos los rincones del mundo y perdonar a aquellos que hacen daño a los demás y llevar amor a los que lo necesitan.
¿ Puedo besar tus heridas dijo el niño si te duelen?: no hace falta tu eres limpio de alma y tu amigo también; seguir contando estrellas todas ellas no son más que la luz de aquellos que por una razón u otra se fueron antes. Si buscais a vuestros abuelos a cualquier ser humano lo encontraréis entre las estrellas. Dicho esto las dos estrellas fugaces partieron, no sin antes dar las gracias por haberles dejarlos descansar en su jardín, la segunda estrella fugaz les dijo algún día jugareis en mi jardín.
The Flight of the Shooting Star
It was summer, certainly very hot, two children played in the garden whilst their mothers called constantly to have dinner, night-time was falling.They stopped playing and began to count the stars, each time they found more as darkness covered the valley. Suddenly they began to see shooting stars and they stretched out on the grass which had begun to get damp. They gazed enthusiastically from right to left . There were shooting stars appearing everywhere with their luminous lines.
Suddenly two shooting stars appeared at the children’s feet.
They were paralized as the stars began to transform in to another two children.
“What are you doing here?” Said one of the stars.
They were unable to utter a single word but stood up and the bravest one began speaking to them
“We’re counting the stars”
“And how many have you counted?”
“I don’t know”· said the lad
“Why don’t you climb up one of these trees – perhaps you can see more?”
“Our mother won’t let us”
The braver child said to them
“Why are you falling stars?”
One of them replied
“Because our life on earth was fleeting”
“What happened to you” asked the most timid of the two
“I was a pilot and one day my plane crashed in to the sea. I had written a book but I had to go very young and since then as I was a pilot I continue to fly as a shooting star and I continue to show men how to live life”.
– 2 –
“What was your plane like?” said the braver one
“It was a twin engined P-38 Lightening fighter aircraft, but you won’t know about what type of plane I’m talking about”
With his little hand, the more timid of the two pulled at the sleeve of the jumper of his friend and said
“Ask the other star something – he’s very quiet”
Without any hesitation he asked the second star
“And did you also leave this world in a flash?”
He took a few minutes to reply, he just looked at them and suddenly said
“That’s the way it is. Look at the palms of my hand”
and he showed them to him.
There were marks where nails had been, as well as on his feet and forehead and he also had scratches as if he had been fighting with a cat, thought the child.
“Who caused you those injuries”
He replied “Man – they are injuries of love and forgiveness”
“And have you forgiven those who hurt you so much?”
“Yes, all of them”
“And why are you a shooting star”
“Because it is my mission to cover all the corners of the earth and forgive those who hurt others and to bring love to those that need it”
“Can I kiss your wounds if they hurt” said the boy
“It’s not necessary – you have a clean soul – and your friend also”
“Keep counting stars. They are nothing more than the light of those, that for one reason or another, went before their time”
“If you look for your grandparents or any other human being, you will find them amongst the stars”
That said, the two shooting stars departed but not giving thanks for letting them rest in their garden.
The second shooting star said
“One day you will both play in my garden”
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(SB, AD, modifications, development engineering)
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– Tools & test equipment
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7. Operating Information to Tour Operators
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11. Insurance Certificates
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Aviation is no longer regional but has become global i.e. worldwide.
Twenty Air Consultancy is based in Spain; a country with a history of airlines and passenger traffic both for business and tourist purposes, making our country top of the world rankings.
With the commencement of the low cost companies, the airline industry in Spain is going through a “low” leaving a great number of experts with no option but to offer their services and background to different airlines around the world on a consultancy basis.
Our mission is based on A PASSION FOR EXCELLENCE and we aim to help airlines that are in the process of growth and development to continue expanding by taking over certain management tasks which need special attention and are extremely important but are difficult to attend to in the normal day-to-day management of a company.
Our experts can undertake these requirements on a temporary basis, to ensure that attention to costs and safety is not diminished.
We have experts with over thirty years’ experience in the air transport industry and can currently offer efficient and economical assistance with the following services
One of our main strengths is assisting with the management of a company’s fleet with Wet Leases when required.
The IATA Operational Safety Audit (IOSA) programme is an internationally recognised and accepted evaluation system designed to assess the operational management and control systems of an airline. IOSA uses internationally recognised quality audit principles and is designed to conduct audits in a standardised and consistent manner. It was created in 2003 by IATA. The program is designed to assess the operational management and control systems of airlines. The companies are included in the IOSA registry for a period of 2 years following an audit carried out by an organization accredited by IATA. The auditing standards have been developed in collaboration with various regulatory authorities, such as the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) in the USA, Australia’s Civil Aviation Safety Authority, Transport Canada and the Joint Aviation Authorities (JAA). IATA oversees the accreditation of audit organisations, ensure the continuous development of IOSA standards and practices and manages the IOSA registry.
Flight operational quality assurance (FOQA, pronounced PHO-QU-A), also known as flight data monitoring (FDM) or flight data analysis, is a method of capturing, analyzing and/or visualizing the data generated by an aircraft moving through the air from one point to another. Applying the information learned from this analysis helps to find new ways to improve flight safety and increase overall operational efficiency. Several airlines and air forces have initiated FOQA programs to collect, store and analyze recorded flight data. The goal is to improve the organization or unit’s overall safety, increase maintenance effectiveness and reduce operational costs.
Evidence Based Training applies the principles of competency-based training for safe, effective and efficient airline operations while addressing relevant threats. ICAO has defined competency as the combination of Knowledge, Skills and Attitudes (KSAs) required to perform a task to a prescribed standard under a certain condition. EBT prioritizes the development and assessment of a relevant global competency framework and aligns training content with the actual competencies necessary, in context. EBT is part of the IATA Training and Qualification Initiative (ITQI) comprising: EBT, Multi-Crew Pilot License (MPL), Pilot Aptitude Testing (PAT), Instructor Qualification (IQ), Flight Simulation Training Devices (FSTD), and Engineering & Maintenance (E&M). Phase one of the EBT project addresses recurrent training and phase two will address type-rating training. The Evidence Based Training (EBT) project arose from an industry-wide consensus that, in order to reduce the aircraft hull loss and fatal accident rates, a strategic review of recurrent and type-rating training for airline pilots was necessary. Over time, aircraft design and reliability has improved significantly, yet accidents still occur, even though the aircraft and systems are operating without malfunction. Controlled Flight into Terrain (CFIT) is one example of this principle, where inadequate situational awareness on the part of the crew is almost always a contributing factor. It is impossible to foresee all plausible accident scenarios in today’s complex yet highly reliable aviation system and the circumstances of the next accident are difficult to predict. EBT addresses this by prioritizing the development and assessment of key competencies. Scenario-based training is recommended within an EBT program but the scenarios are simply a vehicle and means to develop and evaluate competence. Mastering a finite number of key competencies will allow pilots to manage an unlimited number of potentially dangerous situations in flight operations.
4) Servicio de consultoria en Fuel Management Information System (FMIS):
The IATA Fuel Management Information System provides a method for tracking an airline’s fuel and carbon emissions reduction program. It is a decision-making tool that will ensure sustainable results.
IATA FMIS provides benchmarking against targets that are based upon the airline’s actual operational and internal goals. This easy to use software is provided on a friendly graphical user interface (GUI), that covers several areas such as Dispatch, Flight Operations, APU (Auxiliary Power Unit), IAPM (Integrated Aircraft Performance Monitoring), and Weight Control. IATA FMIS is available on iPad, iPhone and PC (web-based).
Factibility Analysis for a start-up Company
Budget and viability plans
Balance sheet and annual reports
Management Control and Audit
When one reaches a certain age, one acquires, without wanting to, a certain licence to express what one feels, either by word of mouth or the written word.
During my lifetime, I have known a number of entrepreneurs and business people in both the tourism and aviation industries. Some have reached the peak of their professional careers with deserved success.
I am humbly addressing these words to the new generation of entrepreneurs: those who are just beginning; our society needs them.
I would recommend that they all read the poem “Invictus” and not pay much attention to the gurus and coaches of Human Resources.
In spite of what one usually hears, it is untrue that success follows failure. Normally this is not the case; more failures can occur and after the failures nobody has the grace to forget or forgive them.
Your past stays with you forever.
Every time you fail, continue to pick yourself up. Nobody will be beside you to help you get up. You will get your self up. Never mind whether your head is bleeding or you fall 500 times, getting back up is the most important thing.
Do not expect the forgiveness of those that have accompanied you in your companies and have seen you fall. The average employee will not forgive you, neither the university student or engineer. They will be incapable of accepting that you create companies and jobs and he has not done this in spite of his years at university.
Continue the battle and keep getting up each day to fulfill your dreams and try to see with your heart rather than with your eyes. This will never fail.
Unsurprisingly but without resentment, you will be able to see how something you have created has become 30 years old and everyone is unjustifiably celebrating the occasion, when you were part of those 30 years in a proportion of 5. To clarify this point: they celebrate 30 but forget that 5 of those years, you, together with other people of incalculable value, are ignored. They subtract 5 years of your life without any guilt; it is not important for me to continue, but above all do not forget to get up once again.
Somebody told me the other day that during a celebration at a large Spanish aviation company, their current Managing Director carried out a monologue with two chairs, to the satisfaction of the audience. Do not forget that when you undertake something, along the way you will come across clowns, speculators, and other types of shark. Do not fall in to the trap of thinking that nothing has been worthwhile; you should just get up once again.
After your falls, some will say or comment during forums “he must be helped to restore his good name!” This is false – nobody will want to play with someone who is on the ground – they risk getting their hands dirty. They do not understand that when a man is on the ground, not only should he be helped to get up but also supported.
Do not forget that life is a mere theatre with actors, some good but the majority mediocre.