Aviation Strategies International and Airports Authority of India sign Memorandum of Understanding on Competency Building
June 28, 2016: Aviation Strategy International (ASI) recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Airports Authority of India(AAI), a government agency of the Ministry of Civil Aviation of India entrusted with the development, expansion and modernization of its air traffic services, passenger terminals, operational areas and cargo facilities.
AAI and ASI agree to work together through a broad cooperation framework to jointly implement world-class competency building initiatives that encompass training, research and technical cooperation. They will systematically address the professional development needs of AAI employees at all levels and will extend their cooperation to the various training establishments of AAI, including the Indian Aviation Academy (NIAMAR), for the delivery of national, regional and international programs. They also plan to share their joint expertise and innovations in the development of human resources with industry stakeholders.
"The Indian aviation sector is growing at a phenomenal pace; one of the fastest in the world. AAI is poised to provide active leadership and make innovative professional contributions for the betterment of the aviation industry, both in India and globally. The new India National Civil Aviation policy provides an impetus for major investments in infrastructure and human capital over the coming years and we are indeed honoured to have been asked to actively support AAI's goals by marshalling our expertise in the various targeted areas of excellence", remarked Dr. Pierre Coutu, ASI's President.
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