BAA Training Boosts Indian Aviation Market

19 June 2024

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The Indian aviation market has earned the title of the fastest-growing aviation market globally and is on the verge of becoming the third-largest globally. To clarify, in 2024, the market size is USD 13.89 Billion, forecasted to double to USD 26.08 Billion in 2030, according to the Indian market researcher Mordor Intelligence.

Naturally, this rapid expansion creates an urgent need for trained aviation professionals, including pilots, cabin crew, and ground staff, and makes more aviation enthusiasts ponder the question, “How to become a commercial pilot in India?”.

In response to the growing demand for highly qualified pilots, the BAA Training India consultancy center opened its doors in September last year. Though it is not a training center itself and is a relatively new venture in India, it leverages decades of experience, knowledge, and know-how accumulated by BAA Training, which is based in Europe.

The consultancy center serves as a starting point for Indians who, without leaving their home country or spending hours browsing the Internet trying to research the opportunities available in Europe, can stop by the Indian BAA Training representative office and have a comprehensive and detailed chat with its employees and aviation experts. This way, they receive personalized guidance on how to embark on and navigate all the necessary commercial pilot license (CPL) training stages at BAA Training in Europe.

Ravi Sharma, Managing Director of BAA Training India, says: “I’m thrilled to see the overwhelming interest we receive from aspiring aviators. Our dedicated team is tirelessly working to assist them in seizing the opportunity to pursue next-level pilot training in Europe.”

“With the support of our partners Axis Bank, ICICI Bank, Yes Bank, and HDFC Credila, who are ready to provide a bank loan for students who want to join BAA Training, we are empowering aspiring aviators to turn their dreams of aviation excellence into reality, ensuring that financial barriers do not hinder their path to success.”


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