FlightSafety International, which is said to be one of the biggest aviation training companies promoted by Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway, entered India through licensing and consultancy agreement with the Bangalore-based Aviators India.
FlightSafety International is a 60-year old company based in New York and it offers more than million hours of flight training to the aviation professionals, pilots, cabin attendants and technicians every year. It also additionally supplies visual systems, flight simulators and displays to the military, commercial and governmental organisations across the length and breadth of the world. India operations of FlightSafety will start by June 2013. In its early stage, FlightSafety would start with the training of cabin attendant for corporate and commercial flight operators.
FlightSafety will address two main kinds of market training in India and these are initial market and recurrence market training.
Bangalore-based Aviators India announced that there will be more than 10000 flight attendants in India for corporate and commercial operators. Also, in next five to seven years, there would be a growth of 100 percent in this vertical. Aviators India has remained in business of aircraft charter services as well as sales of corporate jets to Indians for around 20 years.
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