Tuesday, March 28, 2006

Canadian firm to set up aviation academy in India

Toronto: A Canadian company is planning to set up an aviation academy in India to train pilots, maintenance engineers and technicians to meet shortage of skilled personnel in India's expanding aviation industry.
The academy, a joint venture project, would conduct short term courses approved by the Director General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) and Transport Canada to train pilots and ground staff, Hemant H Shah, Managing Director of Cubex India, a Winnipeg-based company, said yesterday. Shah, who plans to invest US$1 million into the venture said pilots would be trained for six months in Winnipeg, Canada where they would get 250 hours of flying experience, and receive ground training in Pune.
28/03/06 Asia Pulse Businesswire Via Thomson Dialog NewsEdge/TMCnet
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