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Flight Simulation Technique Centre signs an agreement with Tata-Singapore Airlines for pilot training

FSTC recently received EASA approval for its Airbus A320 simulator, making it the only pilot training centre in the region to have this approval.

GURGAON and NEW DELHI – In a proud moment for FSTC (Flight Simulation Technique Centre), the world-class pilot training centre has signed an agreement with Tata-Singapore Airlines to train their pilots. FSTC’s facility is already being used by airlines such as SpiceJet, IndiGo, Jet Airways, and JetLite to train their pilots.
 
FSTC recently received EASA approval for its Airbus A320 simulator, making it the only pilot training centre in the region to have this approval. With the EASA approval in place, FSTC is also targeting several international airlines and pilots to use their world-class training facilities, as these could prove cost effective for them. The training centre has been established to meet global standards of excellence and plans to install six full flight simulators in three stages over a period of the next 18 months.
 
FSTC is also providing CEET (Cabin Emergency Evacuation Training), which is a critical part of the overall training of professional cabin crew.
 
Speaking on the occasion, Captain Sanjay Mandavia, founder of FSTC said, “We at FSTC are excited to sign this exclusive agreement with Tata-Singapore Airlines. Both the airline and the facility are known for excellence and this arrangement is in line with the vision of both entities.
 
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