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AeroSoft Corp is the Best Online Marketing Solution for Aviation industry

Proposal-Front Page AeroSoft Corp is the Best Online Marketing Solution for Aviation industry. AeroSoft provides very economic online Marketing solutions to International Airlines Training Organisations. 
AeroSoft Promote Aviation Training companies by its more than 60 Aviation portals. As per all major search Engines, for Aviation SEO AeroSoft Corp is Best in India & Finest in Asia. Many Pages has been indexed by Google & Yahoo.
AeroSoft Corp follow the low cost, no frill concept which is again a win-win situation.
Aviation Catalogue: AeroSoft Corp will provide client with their template/website (url link as per client's specification).
Online Web Promotion: AeroSoft Corp will provide Client with Aviation Search Engine Optimization Services (hereinafter referred to as “Aviation SEO”) as described in this contract. AeroSoft Corp will use specific keywords and/or phrases (Provided by Client or else mutually decided) to improve the search engine ranking of, and/or position the cont…

How to choose Company Name

The following are the main 5 tips for choosing a perfect name for your company:
1. Memorable or easy to spell:    If you want your prospects/customers to remember your business name it is very important to have a
   memorable and easy to spell name. But they also need to be able to find it easily if they’re looking for it in
   a phone book, directory or online.     I suggest do not choose anything like "tekinshwynkon". Its a bad idea!!
2. Winning visuality:    The name should be such that everyone could visualize when they read your business name.
3. Positive connotation:    It should be "Takeoffs" not "Landings"!
4. Reflection of your Business:    The name should reflect about your business/work area.Including information about what your business      does in your business name also makes it easier for potential customers and/or clients to find your business      in phone books and directories (both off and online).
5. Fairly short:     Once again this is vital beca…

International Airlines Training Expo 2012

August 13, 14, 15 Indore

Will   Be   Live    very    soon

1st ever in the history of  Aviation Education of Indore, the International Airline Training Expo  [ IATE 2010]  is organizing  for the benefit of overseas Aviation Academies  and Aviation aspiring Indian students. It is a very useful platform for the students to know about different Aviation programs conducted by different Academies  of various countries.  IATE 2010 is an effective medium for overseas Academies  to reach Indian students en masse by presenting their facilities of the institution and features of their course.  IATE 2010 also creates excellent opportunities for the Indian students to clarify and to know better about any particular institution by face to face interaction with the institution. The idea behind this Expo is bring all kind of Aviation  orgsnisations              [ Training providers, Placement Agencies, Airlines / Charter companies and Banks providing Aviation Education Loan ]  under one roof.

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Types of Exhibitions There are different categories under EXPO

Arts & CraftsTrade EventsTravel & TourismJewelleryFashionFoodRetailElectronics & TechnologyHome & LifestyleJobsEntertainmentEducation & LearningFranchise


AIRBUS 300: The Airbus A300 is a short to medium range, wide-body family of aircraft manufactured by Airbus Industrie between 1972 and the present.
The A300 was the first twin-engined widebody airliner in the world. It inspired Boeing twins such as Boeing 767 and 777 and paved the way for ETOPS flights.
After the launch, sales of the A300 were weak for some years, with most orders going to airlines that had an obligation to order the locally-made product - notably Air France and Lufthansa. At one stage, Airbus had 16 "whitetail" A300s - completed but unsold aircraft sitting on the tarmac.

In 1977 giant US carrier Eastern Airlines leased four A300s as an in-service trial, and then ordered 23 of the type. From then on, the A300 family sold well, eventually reaching the current total of 843 on order or delivered. It is unlikely that many more will be sold: the A300 is reaching the end of its market life and is now mainly sold as a dedicated freighter. The current version is the A30…