Mr. Jogendra Yadav, Founder & Chairman
of Airlines Traning Institute
"KNOW THYSELF" Says the great Philosopher PLUTO, in this Authentic and Challenging World on has to identiy oneself. As you know that there are several career building institutions. "AIRLINES TRAINING" is also a career building institute but different from all other institutes due to its earnest help for the jobs to the candidates. In this vast area of aviation fields there are many job opportunities. Your dreams will be fulfilled by the constant effort of aircraft training and by selves respectively. "HARD WORK AND PERSEVERANCE WILL PEAK THE MOUNT"
Have You Seen our Works?
The aircraft training is vitally concerned with the needs and aspirations of young people for their professional, social, spiritual, intellectual and psychological development. The Focus off the institute is to development core competencies among students in the fields i.e. Flight Wireless Officer (A), Air Hostess/Flight Steward, Air Ticketing & Tourism, Airport Ground Management and International Airlines and Cargo Management. The institute has spacious, fully furnished and equipped classrooms, well stocked library and reading room and other necessary facilities for imparting professional knowledge in a proper setting in this Institute. The teaching Faculty and the advisor committee of the Institute Consists of eminent and capable academicians drawn from reputed educational and professional institutions. Who have made a mark in their distinct fields. Teaching is directed towards developing mental alertness of the candidates. The faculty members remain in constant touch with the secretary and each other endeavuoring to come out with most modern and comprehensible methodology of imparting quality training.
Rapidly expanding air transport network and opening up of airport infrastructure to private & Govt. sector participation have fuelled the growth of the air traffic in the country. India is likely to be the fastest growing aviation market in the world in the next 3 years.
Indian airport system is poised to handle 136 million domestic and 85 million international passengers by 2020, from the current level of 121 million domestic and 41 million international passengers, making India the third largest aviation market.