The Indian Government is once again discussing the lack of Pilot Training Infrastructure in the country

In an article published by Tribune News Service quoted as follows: “The Standing Committee on Transport, Tourism and Culture observed that India has sub-optimal capacity and availability in terms of simulators, to train the required number of pilots.”

With this, “It has asked the Ministry of Civil Aviation to give serious thought to setting up new institutes for pilot training and to revamp the existing institutes by providing modern simulators and also augmenting their capacity intake of students.”

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