Sunday, November 25, 2007

New Post - Aviation


(Me on a P51 Mustang)

After a long hiatus, I am reviving this blog. I have been actively writing on another blog site and topics there started with aviation in the beginning and then I sort of branched it off to include travel related topics. While the going has been good and I have traveled a lot and hence can blog a lot, I and some friends connected with aviation found that I was not doing any justice to aviation. I began that blog to reflect my enthusiasm for aviation but I did not persevere with that subject. The good thing is that the travel blog (as it may now be called) has enjoyed some support from non aviation readers who would not have, perhaps, read my blog if it had been only about aviation.

(Premier 1)

When I re-read what I wrote in my first post on aviation, on this blog, last year, I am happy to note that things which I prophesied at that time still hold true and trends are continuing that way, especially what I briefly wrote about with respect to GA/Corporate Aviation. Now, this blog is going to be based entirely on aviation, news about aviation, the events happening in this field and my analysis on the happenings. I may also be forecasting things but these will be purely my assumptions and I do not encourage anyone to use the data or assumptions that I will provide, for any commercial use or base their commercial or non commercial decisions based on my forecasting or anything I write about, such responsibility will be on the reader only. In the past my writings have been used by others, a plagiarism of sorts, and while I cannot encourage that sort of copying behaviour, it still is beyond my control. I can only ask people who want to use my material, to first obtain my permission before using the same. I may not oppose using my material in other publications so long as the columnist or author obtains my permission to do so.

(Flew in a T28 courtesy my friend Chuck at Camarillo, California)

I thank everyone who have been supportive of my other blog at http://mymysore72.blogspot.com and encourage them to read about aviation on this blog from time to time and ask questions on the subject, especially about things that I write about, should the reader not understand the subject or anything associated with it. I may also cross post what I write here, on the other blog as well, especially if the subject is of interest to the readers there as well.

I will post aviation photographs that I take from time to time and may even post photos that have not been published yet on my other blog. For example, I have taken many more photos of the Dubai air show but have selectively posted them on the other blog. On this one, I'll put in more info and photos of the air show as well as other hitherto unpublished pictures. As always, please click on the pictures to view them full size. Enjoy.

2 comments:

Kanwar said...

hi capt.I am kanwar,24..i need ur help ... plz consult me & be in touch with me at kanwar01@gmail.com as soon as possible , i am planning to go US for pilot training , i red ur various blogs regarding this,, i wanna know that what will be the futher jobs prospects in india and in US for pilot requirement... as it will take huge investment,,, & afterwards i cant choose other career or can get job in other field...its a job risk.. and a money risk too then.I have recently completed my B.tech in computers.As in one of ur blogs u had written that there are lots of comercial pilos but airlines need experince pilots... but without start how one can get exp...i am new to this field.. please tell me all its pros & cons... Which trainig school should i join? what is the minimum no of flying hours required to get a job? Is there any importance of english accent, and how much? whats the training cost? Which is the best plane to get trainned over? What is the next 2 year prospects of job in this field? What is the percetage of people who get a job after training? Please guide me for this... i will be thankful to you.

Capt. Anup Murthy said...

Kanwar, I sent an e-mail to you.