The aviation market of India is set to witness the lot of action in the coming months. Just last week, Andhra Pradesh based Air Costa started commercial operations. Waiting in the wings are the Air Asia and the Tata Singapore airline joint venture.
While the customers will have the more options to fly with the entry of the new players, the biggest beneficiary seems to be the aviation training institutes. Already the leading aviation institutes like frankfinn institute of Airhostess training, Aptech aviation and the hospitality academy and the jet
Airways training academy are experiencing an increase in the number of students who are seeking admissions to various aviation courses.
Frankfinn Institute of Air hostess training, the aviation training institutes in India the Aptech aviation and the hospitality academy, the jet airways training academy and IIFLY Institute for aviation are seeing the increased demand from the students.There are many Aviation Institutes in India and aviation academy in India that provides the best aviation course.
The demand for the cabin crew course is on the rise that is followed by the other courses like hospitality management and the airport ground handling.
Brighter job prospects with the new airline JVs being forged is a reason Demand for the skills talent by the new players is being seen by the institutes.
Not just the national cattier, the international players also recruit from the top schools in India
The placement prospects will rise as the foreign players are getting aggressive in the Indian market.
With the increased competition for the talent, the starting salaries might here also rise by 10-15 %.
MBA Degree and BBA Course in aviation management and the diplomas in aviation management are the most sought after the programs.
As per the aviation institutes the new airlines will bring the huge employment offers for the fresh aviation course graduates. Apart from the newcomers the existing players such as indigo, the go air, the Singapore airlines and some international players with serious plans to enter India are also hiring the skilled graduates from the top institutes.
The president of the Frankfinn says that there is relatively the positive cycle of the admissions. With the positive news of the new airline companies being set up, this will be the advantage for the industry. As the numbers of the players in the aviation sector is increasing there is need for the skilled manpower that will go up.
Frankfinn in its franchises has six to seven batches with the 20-30 students each. The institutes have about 65 centers in the metro cities as well as the smaller towns such as Coimbatore, the Ludhiana and the jalandhar. Demand from these small towns is tremendous.
About the private institutes the aviation institutes are promoted by the airline companies like
Jet airways training academy are also seeing the increase in the number of applicants. This yeas has seen the positive trend with the most domestic and the international airlines recruiting the aviation staff. The in flight and the airport services courses are the most popular.
With the large foreign players that are increasing their presence in India, the placement prospects for the candidates have become the brighter says the senior official from one of the aviation institutes in Mumbai.
Most of the students of airline promoted institutes have the good chance of being absorbed into the promoter airlines it is not uncommon for them that is offered opportunities in other airline companies as well.
With the new aviation joint ventures being forged, it is expected to create the huge demand for the skilled services personnel. The academy has branches in Mumbai, Delhi and Kolkata.
There is lot of demand for the aviation industry and the aviation courses. These programmes not only impart the relevant aviation knowledge but also impart the managerial skills. The blend of understanding the nuances of aviation operations along with the customer services and effective work management principles gives the candidate the edge over others. There are skills that most of the companies set further employees. Especially with the growth the aviation companies have the charted for themselves the need of skilled manpower is their prime requirement.
There are many large institutes, smaller aviation training institutes, too get the lot of enquires these days. There are diploma courses in airport ground handling and cabin crew are the most popular at his institute. Student’s intake at IIFLY has increased to 120 this year compared to 90 in the year 2012.