Bengaluru, 13th February 2017: AirAsia India, the pioneer in the Low Cost Carrier segment has launched its new training facility in Bengaluru. Mr.S.Ramadorai, Chairman of AirAsia India inaugurated the training centre in the presence of other board members and Allstars**. The training centre is dedicated to Late Mr. Anaz Ahmad Tajuddin, Group COO – AirAsia, who spent more than a decade with the company.
At this new training centre, together with advanced coaching equipment and practical scenario-based trainings, AirAsia crew will be equipped with the requisite knowledge and skills essential to managing any emergency seamlessly. The in-house coaching facility is located at AirAsia India head office premises in Bengaluru. The fully operational centre designed on a 4535 sq. ft. space can accommodate 100 trainees.
The facility equipped with projectors and audio visual facility boasts of 43 work stations, a crew resource management and medical room, 3 record rooms and provisions for hot & cold beverage. AirAsia India will soon be applying to DGCA for regulatory approvals for this training facility.
Commenting on the development, AirAsia India CEO Amar Abrol said, “The new training facility is in line with our continued investments towards the business. AirAsia India places great impetus on training our Allstars the AirAsia way and thus was born our training centre, “Anaz Red Wings”. I look forward to exemplary teams joining us from this facility.”
This facility also boasts of Bureau of Civil Aviation Security of India (BCAS) approved Aviation Security Training Institute (ASTI) to train all security and non-security staff on effectively managing all kinds of security risk. The ASTI wing is credited to have secured the fastest approval from the BCAS.
AirAsia India currently flies to 11 destinations with its two hubs in Bengaluru & New Delhi covering Chandigarh, Jaipur, Guwahati, Imphal, Pune, Goa, Vizag, Kochi and Hyderabad. The airline will start flying to Srinagar & Bagdogra from 19 February 2017.