South Asia’s first Aircraft Recovery Training School (ARTS) established at KIA in Bengaluru

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Published October 10, 2023 at 10:42am

Update October 10, 2023 at 10:43am

    This school provides practical training in aircraft recovery

    Training will be provided within the framework of Trainair Plus program

    This program is accredited by International Civil Aviation Organization

South Asia’s pioneering Aircraft Recovery Training School (ARTS) has been established by Bangalore International Airport Limited (BIAL) within the confines of Kempegowda International Airport (KIA) in Bengaluru.

This groundbreaking institution is exclusively devoted to delivering practical training in aircraft recovery, boasting cutting-edge Disabled Aircraft Recovery Equipment (DARE).

In a strategic alliance with KUNZ GmbH Aircraft Equipment, Germany, BIAL is poised to offer disabled aircraft recovery training within the framework of the Trainair Plus program—an accreditation acknowledged by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO).

This initiative underscores the critical importance of swift, precise, and secure aircraft recovery following runway accidents. The absence of trained personnel and specialized equipment can inadvertently result in operational disruptions and, potentially, additional damage to the aircraft.

ARTS offers an extensive array of training modules designed to equip individuals with the requisite knowledge and skills to efficiently manage aircraft recovery operations.

These modules encompass a variety of learning experiences, ranging from traditional classroom sessions to one-day familiarization training, three-day hands-on training, and advanced five-day hands-on training programs.

The comprehensive training imparted at ARTS addresses the theoretical foundations and practical intricacies of aircraft recovery, ensuring that participants are well-prepared to handle these operations adeptly.

Ultimately, South Asia’s ARTS is a pivotal resource for enhancing aviation safety and operational resilience in the region, marking a significant milestone in the aviation industry.

South Asia’s first Aircraft Recovery Training School (ARTS) established at KIA in Bengaluru

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    This school provides practical training in aircraft recovery

    Training will be provided within the framework of Trainair Plus program

    This program is accredited by International Civil Aviation Organization

South Asia’s pioneering Aircraft Recovery Training School (ARTS) has been established by Bangalore International Airport Limited (BIAL) within the confines of Kempegowda International Airport (KIA) in Bengaluru.

This groundbreaking institution is exclusively devoted to delivering practical training in aircraft recovery, boasting cutting-edge Disabled Aircraft Recovery Equipment (DARE).

In a strategic alliance with KUNZ GmbH Aircraft Equipment, Germany, BIAL is poised to offer disabled aircraft recovery training within the framework of the Trainair Plus program—an accreditation acknowledged by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO).

This initiative underscores the critical importance of swift, precise, and secure aircraft recovery following runway accidents. The absence of trained personnel and specialized equipment can inadvertently result in operational disruptions and, potentially, additional damage to the aircraft.

ARTS offers an extensive array of training modules designed to equip individuals with the requisite knowledge and skills to efficiently manage aircraft recovery operations.

These modules encompass a variety of learning experiences, ranging from traditional classroom sessions to one-day familiarization training, three-day hands-on training, and advanced five-day hands-on training programs.

The comprehensive training imparted at ARTS addresses the theoretical foundations and practical intricacies of aircraft recovery, ensuring that participants are well-prepared to handle these operations adeptly.

Ultimately, South Asia’s ARTS is a pivotal resource for enhancing aviation safety and operational resilience in the region, marking a significant milestone in the aviation industry.

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