Air India is establishing south Asia’s largest flying training organisation (FTO) at Amravati in Maharashtra, as a part of the Maharashtra Airport Development Company (MADC). The aim of the FTO is to strengthen the available pilot training capacity in India with the target of graduating 180 commercial pilots per year. “The FTO at Amravati will be a significant step towards making Indian aviation more self-reliant and offering more opportunities to the youth in India to fulfil their ambitions of flying as  pilots,” said Campbell Wilson, MD & CEO at Air India. “The FTO will be operational by the first quarter

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