GAA SpeedJet Aviation, a partnership between Gulf Aviation Academy and domestic aviation training institute SpeedJet Aviation,recently tied up with Private carrier Jet Airways to provide on-ground training to its students from the current batch of cabin crew and ground staff.
Jet Airways offered students lessons in ground duties – including airport check-in, passenger and cargo handling at T2 terminal of the Mumbai international airport.
“The Aviation sector is on a high-growth trajectory with India set to be world’s third largest aviation market by 2020. Needless to say, demand for pilots, cabin crew and ground staff is set to soar.The association with Jet Airways is part of our effort to provide students with a diverse range of training programmes, giving them a competitive advantage that is at par with international standards,” said Capt. Dharamraj Shukla, Director, SpeedJet Aviation.
Apart from the full airport visit, the students were briefed about standard Operating procedures along with services across different airline categories. There were lessons on all ground handling duties including different types of cargo, bag and baggage tags, coding of passengers, multiple cargo operations along with equipment used for ground handling.
Commenting on this association, Mr. Colin Neubronner, Senior Sr. Vice President Sales, Jet Airways said, “Jet Airways’ association with SpeedJet Aviation’ educational initiative reflects our continued focus towards supporting the community we serve. We are pleased to be able to help realise the aspirations of budding aviation professionals by providing them with first-hand experience in all aspects of airport operations.
The initiative complements our annual ‘Flight of Fantasy’ project that provides underprivileged children the opportunity to experience the joy of flying”
GAA SpeedJet Aviation offers a comprehensive range of structured training programs for all aviation personnel including pilots, cabin crew, engineers and ground staff with training sessions in GAA is training facility at Bahrain.The company aims to make aviation training affordable and accessible to students fromdiverse economic as well as educational backgrounds.