New Zealand Flight School Announces New Flight Training Base in India

04th Jul 2022

New Zealand Airline Academy Limited (NZAA) has announced the signing of an MOU, in the presence of the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu – Mr. M.K. Stalin, to establish a new flight training organisation (FTO) in the state of Tamil Nadu, India.

The new FTO will be called JC Indian Airline Academy (JCIAA) and is currently working through the approval process with the Indian DGCA (regulator). Along with conducting flight training at a high standard for Indian students within India, JCIAA also aims to provide a seamless licence conversion process for NZAA students.

This follows a number of announcements by NZAA over the past few months including;

Source: NZAA announcement

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