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APFT to set up flight training academy at Kalaburagi airport


PTI, Jul 14, 2021, 2:21 PM IST

Hyderabad: Asia Pacific Flight Training, a DGCA approved aviation academy, based at Rajiv Gandhi International Airport here, will set up an institute at the Kalaburagi airport in Karnataka.

”Asia Pacific Flight Training (APFT) recently entered into an agreement with Airport Authority of India (AAI) for establishing a Flight Training Organization on Design, Build, Operate, Maintain and Transfer (DBOMT) basis at Kalaburagi Airport in Karnataka for 25 years,” the academy said in a release.

This is in line with the vision of APFT to produce the best well-rounded aviation professionals with the highest standards of integrity, safety, discipline and professionalism, it said.

The agreement was signed by the Chief Executive Officer of APFT, Hemanth DP and Airport Director (AAI), Kalaburagi Airport, Gnaneswara Rao.

Hemanth said, ”I am thankful to Airport Authority of India, DGCA and Ministry of Civil Aviation, for facilitating this initiative under the Honorable Prime Minister of Indias Athmanirbhar Bharat and Make in India vision in Pilot Training.”

APFT offers courses such as Commercial Pilot License Multi-Engine, Instrument Rating (CPL-ME/IR) among others, the release added.

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