Air India will open pilot training school! 180 pilots will get training every year, operations will start soon

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Air India will open pilot training school! 180 pilots will get training every year, operations will start soon
Air India will open pilot training school! 180 pilots will get training every year, operations will start soon

Air India Pilot Training School: To deal with the shortage of pilots, Air India plans to open a school in Amravati, Maharashtra, which aims to train 180 pilots annually. Successful candidates from the flying school will be well prepared to make a career not only within Air India but also in other aviation companies globally.

India’s national airline, Air India, has announced its decision to set up its own flying school, aimed at providing a great opportunity to the youth pursuing a career in the airline industry. The flying school initiative is part of Air India’s broader strategy to enhance training facilities within the country and contribute to the development of skilled pilots. The move comes amid growing demand for globally trained aviation professionals and the growing aviation sector in India.

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The flying school will offer a variety of pilot training programs. These will include initial, higher and commercial pilot training programs. Air India’s flying school will use the latest and advanced aviation equipment for training. It will include high quality flying simulators and other aviation related equipment.

Training 180 pilots annually

To deal with the shortage of pilots, Air India plans to open a school in Amravati, Maharashtra, with an aim to train 180 pilots annually. Prospective pilots without any prior flight experience can enroll in the full-time academy, giving them a clear path to join the cockpit of Air India after completing the next stages of training.

Experts will teach how to fly aircraft

Air India plans to recruit experienced and certified pilots as instructors to ensure that students receive high-quality training and guidance. The selection process for admission to the flying school will be rigorous, with candidates being evaluated on the basis of their academic qualifications, physical fitness and personal interview.

Trained pilots will be able to work globally

Successful candidates from Air India’s flying school will be well prepared to make a career not only within Air India but also in other aviation companies globally. The initiative aims to meet the growing demand for skilled pilots in the aviation industry and contribute to the overall growth of the sector in India.

This move of Air India will not only raise new hopes in the aviation sector, but will also provide another medium to Indian youth to fulfill their dreams in the aviation sector. Through this school, Air India aims to create a strong platform for its technical and authority. The flying school is expected to start operations in the near future.

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