Airbus Industry, the French aircraft maker, will establish a pilot training centre in Noida near New Delhi. The company signed an agreement with CAE Simulator Training here today.
The facility will train up to 5,000 pilots and maintenance crew annually. CAE Simulator Training is a joint venture between InterGlobe and Canada’s flight simulator company CAE. The agreement was inked on the opening day of the five-day India Aviation-2012 conference here today.
The centre will be fully operational by 2013, making it one of the biggest training facilities of its type in the region. Noida will be Airbus’ second Indian pilot training facility — the Airbus Training India centre (ATI) was opened in Bangalore in 2007.
Programmes will also be offered for maintenance technicians, Dr Kiran Rao, Airbus Executive Vice-President, Sales, and President, Airbus India, said in a release.
Mr Rahul Bhatia, Group Managing Director, InterGlobe, said, “Airbus and CAE’s participation in this initiative will give the much-needed impetus to meet the talent needs of the civil aviation community.
Mr Jeff Roberts, CAE Group President, Civil Simulation Products, Training and Services said, “The additional training capacity CAE is establishing with InterGlobe and Airbus is in anticipation of further growth in India and the neighbouring regions.”
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