Career Definitions – Aeronautics
Aeronautics – It is the study of the behavior of air in motion. The dynamics of solid bodies moving through air.
AEROSPACE ENGINEERING (DEG/PG DIP/PG)
Engineering pertaining to the design and construction of aircraft and space vehicles and of power units, dealing with the special problem of flight in both the earth’s atmosphere and space, such as in the flight of the air vehicles and the launching, guiding and control of missiles, earth satellites, and space vehicles and probes.
AIRCRAFT DESIGN (PG)
Aircraft design specialization in the design, construction or testing of aircraft. The designers have been involved in many aerospace developments particularly missiles and space capsules and have been responsible for many of the advances in air transportation. they design all types of aircraft and test models to determine their man-oeuvre-ability, structural stability, and others characteristics under flight conditions.
AIRCRAFT STRUCTURE (PG)
Aircraft structure engineering specializes in the design construction,or testing of aircraft. The engineers have been responsible for many of the advances in air transportation. They design all types of aircraft and test models to determine their man-oeuvre-ability structural stability and other characteristics under flight conditions.
PILOT FLYING (PFC/CFC)
Pilots are highly trained, skilled professionals who fly numerous kinds of aeroplanes and helicopters to carry out a wide variety of tasks. Some pilots transport passengers,cargo, and mail, while others dust crops, spread seed for reforestation, test aircraft and take aerial photographs.
AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING (DIP)
Aeronautical engineers design, develop, test and help produce commercial and military aircraft missiles and spacecraft.There develop new technologies in commercial aviation, defense systems and space exploration, They may also specialize in one type of aerospace product such as passenger planes, helicopters, spacecraft or rockets.
AIR HOSTESS (C E R)
Air-hostesses formerly referred to as stewardesses render a variety of personal services to passengers of airlines to make their travelling comfortable and enjoyable.
AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE (DIP)
Aircraft mechanics inspect the engines, landing gear instruments pressurized suction accessory brakes, valves, pumps and air-conditioning systems and other parts of the aircraft and carry on the necessary maintenance.