Malaysia flying school getting ready to take in more students from India

Perak-based flying school Integrated Training and Services Sdn Bhd (IT&S) managing director Maj (rtd) Mohd Halim Aziz said the company plans to pump in some RM30 million to set up its new training facility at the Ipoh airport in Perak.
In addition, the company will spend another RM20 million to further expand its current fleet of four helicopters.
Pending approval from the state Government, he said the facility can be completed in 12 months and that the company hopes to have it up and running by the end of next year.
“We are still waiting for the State Government approval on this. We hope to be able to obtain the approval soon,” he said.
The new facility would enable the company to double its intake of 60 students per year.
With the bigger capacity, the company would be more prepared to take in more students from abroad, namely China, India, Vietnam and the Middle East.
07/10/06 Anna Maria Samsudin/Business Times – Malaysia

1 comment for “Malaysia flying school getting ready to take in more students from India

  1. September 24, 2011 at 9:51 pm

    Please send a application form for training cadet pilot to my address.

    Mohd Khairul Anuar Bin Noorihan
    Lot No 24, Taman Air Jerneh,
    24210, Kemasik, Kemaman, Terengganu

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