India’s Civil Aviation Secretary Pradeep Singh Kharola said India should become a Global Flight Training hub

India’s Civil Aviation Secretary Pradeep Singh Kharola on Sunday said that the Indian Government’s endeavor is to stop the mass exodus of Indian aspiring pilots for Flight Training and make India a hub for pilot training in the next few years. India has 32 Flight Schools with another 8 more Flight Training bases having been permitted by the Indian DGCA recently (all 8 are aiming to be operational in the next three months).

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India’s Civil Aviation Secretary Pradeep Singh Kharola said India should become a Global Flight Training hub

India’s Civil Aviation Secretary Pradeep Singh Kharola on Sunday said that the Indian Government’s endeavor is to stop the mass exodus of Indian aspiring pilots for Flight Training and make India a hub for pilot training in the next few years. India has 32 Flight Schools with another 8 more Flight Training bases having been permitted by the Indian DGCA recently (all 8 are aiming to be operational in the next three months).

For more information, kindly contact India DGCA.

You may also check our Terms and Conditions for our Content Policy.

Check out the more than 1640 relevant pilot training industry updates here.

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