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Airbus Training India

A presence in India

Airbus operates two locations in India, which are both focused on training activities for airlines flying A320 Family aircraft in the region. 

Located in India’s “Silicon Valley,” Airbus Training India (ATI) Bangalore centre has provided a wide range of technical training courses to more than 2,250 people from India and the surrounding region. With EASA approvals since 2007, trainees can access the entire Airbus training catalogue for A320 Family maintenance.  

In 2013, Airbus training enhanced its presence in New Delhi, with the establishment of an Airbus flight training centre, which provides flight training for A320 Family jetliners to operators in India.

Flight training approvals (New Delhi)

The New Delhi facility for A320 Family flight training operates under approval of the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA).

Maintenance training approvals (Bangalore)

Airbus Training India’s Bangalore centre provides maintenance training that is certified to the requirements of the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and the DGCA (Director General of Civil Aviation), India.

DGCA (Director General of Civil Aviation), India

Available training devices

A320 Family

1 FFS

ACT classrooms

 

Visit AirbusWorld (www.airbusworld.com) for detailed information about setting up a training opportunity at Airbus Training India. 

Contact:

Email: training.commercial@airbus.com 

Airbus Training India Pvt Ltd
Bangalore
Tata Xylem, No.4,
No.4, Devasandra Industrial Area,
Mahadevapura Post, Whitefield Road
Bangalore 560048
INDIA

New Delhi
Aria Signature Offices, 5th Floor,
J.W. Marriott Hotel Aerocity,
Asset Area -4, Hospitality District,
New Delhi-110037
INDIA

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