Lilabari Airport is set off to become a world-class aviation training hub with a new flight school soon to be established

On the 30th of June, a land lease agreement for the establishment of Red Bird Flight Training Academy has been signed between the Airports Authority of India (AAI) and Red Bird Aviation Private Limited. The signing was spearheaded by Learoyd Williams, the Chief Operating Officer (COO) of Red Bird Aviation Private Limited, and officials of AAI. The academy is India’s seventh and the first in the north-eastern region.

The agreement says that an area of 3,500 square metre of the land of the Lilabari Airport is leased to Red Bird Aviation Private Limited for the said Flying Training Organization (FTO).

Further, eight (8) new flight schools is set to be established in India in line with the liberalized FTO policy of AAI according to the Ministry of Civil Aviation.

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