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FlightPath International of Toronto, Ont., Hindustan Institute of Engineering Technology (HIET) of Chennai, India, and Orient Flights Aviation Academy of Mysuru, India, have announced they have entered into an agreement to jointly offer aviation training services in India. With HIET and Orient Flights’ maintenance engineer and pilot ab initio courses, FlightPath adds the type training element from its over 40 Transport Canada and EASA approved programs to create the most complete portfolio available for the Indian market.
This trio of reputed training institutions becomes India’s only fully integrated training alliance to assist pilots and both aspiring and experienced aircraft maintenance engineers from start of training to rewarding employment in the airline industry. FlightPath also offers a wide array of advanced specialty courses, from systems troubleshooting for engineers to jet induction, multi crew co-operation (MCC), and upset prevention and recovery training-loss of control in-flight (UPRT-LOCI) training for pilots.
FlightPath International is a Canadian-based aviation training company with nine training centres located globally supporting over 150 airlines in more than 60 countries. FlightPath delivers training on most fleet types of Airbus, Boeing, Bombardier and Embraer aircraft.
Flightpath is the Bombardier authorized technical training provider for the CRJ and CL850 series of aircraft.
For over 50 years, HIET has established itself as a premier aircraft maintenance engineer institute holding India DGCA approval. Over the years, it has trained over 42,000 engineers and technicians with over 5,000 currently working in the aviation industry in India and abroad.
An India DGCA approved pilot training flight school established in Mysuru, Orient Flights Aviation Academy offers aspiring cadets with the opportunity to attend world-class training for the purpose of securing their private pilot licence, commercial pilot licence or air transport pilot licence.