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Canadian Aviation College Prepared for Pilot Training College Operation in Nepal

News 03 Nov 2022 167 0

A workshop has been conducted in Nepal in the presence of Canadian aviation companies. The workshop was organized by the Canadian High Commission New Delhi and the Airline Operators Association of Nepal, giving priority to the expansion of relations in Nepal and the aviation sector.

The workshop was attended by prominent Canadian aviation companies. Delegations from Canadian aviation companies Bell Helicopter, CAE Flight Training (India) Pvt Ltd, CAE Simulation Training Pvt Ltd, and Canadian Aviation College, de Havilland Canada participated in the workshop held in Kathmandu on Tuesday.

Canadian Airlines Company's Twinator and other products are operating in Nepal. Bell Helicopter is very famous in Nepal.

In the workshop, it was also informed that preparations are being made to start pilot training in Nepal in partnership with the Canadian Aviation College. John Ling, a representative of Canadian Aviation College, informed that pilot training is being prepared in Pokhara targeting students from South Asia. It is in the process of obtaining permission from the Government of Nepal.

Vinay Gupta, head of aerospace at the High Commission of Canada in New Delhi, said that Canadian products are very safe and reliable. He also said that these products are being used a lot in Nepal. Dwiraj Sharma, the Nepal-based trade advisor for Canada, said that there is an effort to connect Canada's expertise in the fields of hydro, aerospace, education, and infrastructure with Nepali businesses. He said that an environment of cooperation between Canadian experts is now being worked on in the fields of agriculture and technology as well.

Canadian Montreal Seattle is the third largest aerospace hub in the world. Canada, the world's largest aerospace market, also ranks first for civil flight simulator production. Canada ranks third in civil engine production and fourth in civil aircraft production. Canada's aerospace sector is approximately 80 percent civil and 20 percent military.

Montreal is considered to be the third largest aerospace cluster in the world, and it is considered an impressive achievement for Canada to be ranked 11th in the world even based on Canadian Aerospace GDP. Canada's aerospace sector activities are divided into two main subsectors.

The first is engaged in aircraft manufacturing (civil, defense, and space), and the second is in aircraft maintenance. Canada's aerospace manufacturing industry exports more than 75 percent of Canadian aerospace products to 186 countries on six continents.