Brighter side of Avionics: the next big thing in the booming Indian Aviation

If we would have been talking about booming industry or sectors in India 5 years back, No doubt we would have been talking about Real Estate, IT, etc.

But if we talk about the booming sector right now. It is not going to be anything else than Aviation. Be it  is due to rising demands of mammoth population or providing acceleration to International trade and Tourism, Aviation industry is sure to grow exponentially in coming years.

Have you ever spent your time thinking of how the aviation industry in India that started in the year 1912, has grown from just a few numbers of aircraft to be the most gigantic and one of the most lucrative industries in the booming India?

Sit still on your chairs and relish the amazing and very interesting ride in the foreseeable future of our Indian Aviation Industry. Yes! The Indian Aviation Industry has finally airborne…!!

Over the last couple of decades, the aviation industry has evolved significantly. The industry has been reported to be the ninth on the list of the top ten aviation markets in the world. India owns around 450 airports and 1091 registered aircrafts today. Rushing towards the high growth trajectory, India is aiming to be the third-largest aviation by 2020 and the largest by 2030.

“Indian Youth who dream of a career with challenge, excitement and high salary package need to head nowhere else than Aviation. Aspiring students must educate and train themselves to leverage this opportunity.”

Large scale collaborations between international and domestic airlines, emergence of world class airports and liberal Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) norms are also taking part in pitching India as an upcoming leader in the global aviation sector.

 

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Unfolding the brighter side of the Indian Avionics, let’s have a squint on the driving forces and the chief constituents that are fabricating the Indian Aviation Industry to be the next big thing.

  1. Contributor to the economic growth of the Nation:

The aviation sector is one of the most significant sectors in contributing to the economic growth and development of the Nation by facilitating tourism and trade, the two imperatives of National Income. Among the top ten such global industries, Indian Civil Aviation Industry is standing out with a size of around US$16 billion, according to a report. Presently, this industry is supporting around 0.5% of the GDP of India. The Indian airports, on a combined capacity, are administering about 220 million passengers and 4 million tones cargo per annum, with a potential estimable growth further. Traffic at the Indian airports is anticipated to reach up to 450 million, by 2020.

2.  Ability to overcome the geographical barriers:

India, being perfectly placed between the western and the eastern hemisphere, enables us to hold the upper hand of its geographical location to become the hub of global aviation industry and overcome such barriers between the states, countries and the continents.

3. Potential to become a significant part of global aerospace supply chain:

Keeping in mind the future air transportation requirements, and desire to become a global player in developing aerospace technologies, India undoubtedly possess the potential to emerge as a preferred destination for manufacturing of aerospace components. India, currently offering cost advantages between 15-20%, is backed up by the top-notch scientific and technical institutes, which caters other positive offerings on the table.

4. Prospective global center for MRO:

Robust technical and engineering capabilities, research and development skills that Indian Engineers take possession of, enables them to impart world class engineering services which presents the potentiality of Indian Aviation Industry to become the global center for Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul.

5. Career and Employment opportunities:

In popular imagery, the profession of a pilot has a special mystique attached to it, among the better-paid and one of the most attractive jobs in India. The country is focusing on the modernization of the aviation industry that comprises construction of new airports and innovating the existing ones, modern air navigation system development, and airport connectivity infrastructure development and devising ways to reduce the cost but still providing modern aviation facilities. This developmental projection has opened up innumerable avenues for the aspirants to grab the employment opportunities by being the next generation aviation professionals.

 6. Civil Aviation- A new era of expansion:

India is now experiencing and is all set to take a flight of new era of expansion that is driven by the forces like low cost barriers, FDIs, growing emphasis on regional connectivity, modernized airports, and cutting edge Information Technology interventions. One can easily witness that the civil aviation sector has been growing steadily.

7. Market opportunities ahead of the Indian Aviation:

The Indian Government is investing USD 12.1 billion in the airport sector in the 12th five-year plan amid rapid air traffic growth. The airlines are expected to operate about 1000 aircraft by 2020. Also, the government has furnished the Indian Aviation sector with FDI up to 49% in domestic airlines by the foreign carriers. With this tremendous growth, domestic and international passenger traffic is expected to grow at an annual average rate of 12% in the next five years.

8. Indian Aviation- from the view of an investor:

As India is amongst the fastest growing and currently the ninth largest civil aviation market, becomes one of the most prominent reasons why an investor should not overlook the sector before investing. India is also expecting to generate investments totaling to USD 9.3 billion from the private sector.

All in whole as the Aviation sector in India is flying towards tremendous growth, there is an ample opportunity for young Aviators to be a part of this growth.

So don’t wait and join Carver Aviation today to complete your Flying dreams and be a part of booming Aviation Industry

Ask yourself these questions before choosing a Flying School

Becoming a Pilot is not just a dream, it’s a passion, a goal that many wants to cherish. It’s a well-laid path that you have to follow with dedication and discipline.

Every aspiring Aviator who ever became successful in achieving a career in Aviation has surely come across lots of doubts, questions and confusions while choosing the right institute for CPL training. Today we are busting all those fears and doubts that you have in your mind. Let’s go through the questions one on one to make it easy for you to take the decision of choosing the right pilot training academy in India. Along with them we will also be mentioning why Carver has been the choice of Flying School for hundreds of successful Aviators across India.

  1. Is the Institute where I am taking admission is accredited or not: Make sure that the Institute you are choosing for you is approved by DGCA(Directorate General of Civil Aviation, Govt. of India)to provide CPL training and PPL Training related to Aviation. Academy of Carver Aviation Pvt. Ltd. (ACAPL) is not only DGCA approved but also an ISO 9001:2008 certified Pilot Training Institute.

 

  1. Does it offer enough Practical Training: Next thing that you need to check is whether the aviation academy has enough resources in terms of aircrafts, labs and experienced faculty to impart hands on practical training. We at Carver Aviation have experienced pilot instructors and training faculty with the sole aim to provide simultaneous theoretical and practical training to help you learn, visualize and understand the things better.

Here you will learn under an Interactive Learning Environment which encompasses Computer-Based Training(CBT), Flight Simulators, Demo Flight of Aircraft, Working models, etc. along with subject related Audio, graphics, Expert Advices, Q&A sessions, etc.

 

  1. Does the Pilot Training Institute has enough Aircrafts and other resources to fulfill Flying Hours:Check for the fleet of aircrafts, watch hours, etc. to make sure that you complete your mandatory Flying hours (200 hours for CPL training & 40 hours for PPL training) on time. When it comes to meeting Flying requirements, it is almost impossible to even meet the Carver Aviation’s rocket speed flying completion due to following reasons:
  • With 11 aircrafts, Carver Aviation has one of the largest training fleet in India including Cessna’s (152/172)and P68C.
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  • It also has Night Flying approval thus Flying Activities remain ON from sunrise to mid night.
  • ACAPL being operated from Baramati (an uncontrolled Airfield)needs not to follow any Watch Hours.
  • Baramati is located under Rain Shadow region so Flying goes round the year without any interruptions.

 

Carver Aviation has achieved a rare feet of completing 1 lakh+ hours of flying

 

4. Does the Flying School follow all the safety rules and regulations? : One of the major concerns for students (especially pursuing CPL and PPL training) and their parents is Flight Safety. So make sure to ask about the safety measures undertaken. Enquire about the things related to safety.

 Safety has been an integral part of our culture at Carver Aviation. We have Safety Pilots and officers specially dedicated to take care of Flight Safety. We also have separate engineering section approved by DGCA which takes complete care of maintenance and safety of training aircrafts.

5. Past Placements: Again a major factor that you must consider is the Past Placements. Make sure to know about the past placements of the pilot training institute andthe companies which conduct hiring drives.

Carver Aviation is one of the rare Flying Schools in India with such an amazing Placement Record. Our Aviators have been successfully placed and currently working athigher positions in companies like Jet Airways, Air India, Indian Airlines, Spicejet, Indigo, Bluedart, etc.

 

There is even probability that one of our Alumni would be a part of the panel taking your interviews

6. Accommodation and other Facilities: Check about the availability of hostel facility, mess facility, convenience to reach Airport, etc. Carver Aviation has a clean and well maintained hostel with 30 rooms on twin sharing facility & also provides bus facility between hostel and Airport.

I am sure most of your fears and doubts must have disappeared by now. If you still have any question or query in your mind, feel free to drop us a message here.