Arunachal Pradesh, India: In order to build a Flying Training Organisation (FTO) at the Airports Authority of India’s Tezu Airport in Arunachal Pradesh, the two parties have inked a contract.
According to official sources, this arrangement would hasten the establishment of the first FTO in Arunachal Pradesh, which will aid in the training of commercial pilots.
New prospects for aspirant aviation professionals would be unlocked with the creation of FTO in this well-known tourist destination. Additionally, according to a tweet from the Airports Authority of India, this Aviation Academy will give students the best training for becoming commercial pilots.
Pema Khandu, the chief minister of Arunachal Pradesh, praised this recent achievement on Twitter, writing, “An airport brings with it the convenience of travel and an environment of progress, opportunity. Delighted that, following the signing of an agreement with M/s Hercules Aviation Training School Pvt Ltd, Arunachal Pradesh‘s first Flying Training Organisation (FTO) is emerging at AAI’s Tezu Airport.”
The Chief Minister expressed his support for the proposal and added that the planned Aviation Academy would give young people a chance to soar in their careers by joining the flourishing aviation industry. “The efforts of the Airports Authority of India are welcome,” tweeted Deputy Chief Minister Chowna Mein.