Rian Air, the esteemed simulator-based ground training organization based in Kerala, India, is paving the way for a new era of gender inclusivity in aviation. In a monumental move, the premier training facility is introducing free ground training exclusively for female aspiring pilots. This initiative is in alignment with their steadfast vision to empower women in the aviation industry and drive progress toward a more inclusive sector.
Rian Air has built a formidable reputation for providing simulator-based ground training, standing as the solitary organization of its kind in Kerala, India. Their unwavering commitment to excellence and strict adherence to the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) requirements have distinguished them within the industry. Collaborating with renowned flight training institutions such as World Wide Wings in the USA and Safe Flight Academy in Tunisia, Rian Air ensures aspiring pilots receive top-tier flight training at competitive prices.
In a strategic partnership with the Aviation Training Center of Tunisia (ATCT), Rian Air is offering aspiring pilots the opportunity to attain a Type Rating on Airbus 320. Leveraging their state-of-the-art Simulator 2.0, known for its exceptional quality, Rian Air is redefining the training experience, surpassing conventional Level D simulators.
Expressing his enthusiasm for advancing gender equality in the aviation sector, Capt. Vikas Vikramdas Nair, CEO of Rian Air, stated, “We aspire to empower women in aviation and are initiating a dedicated batch exclusively for women. This marks just the beginning – anticipate exciting updates from us in 2024.”
This progressive step by Rian Air signifies a significant stride toward gender equality within the aviation industry. The organization aims to cultivate a nurturing environment where female aspiring pilots can pursue their dreams and soar through the skies.
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