Indian Aviation Academy(IAA), A premier Institute offering Aviation & Hospitality Courses. IAA is a unit of Indian group of Institutions which was started in the year of 2005.
Indian group of Institutions:
- Indian Computer Academy - Software, Hardware, Networking designing courses
- Indian Technical Academy - Job oriented Technical Courses
- Veta - English & IELTS Training
- Career Destiny - Soft Skill Training ,HR Solutions & Event management
- India Aviation Academy - Aviation & Hospitality management Courses
Also Associated With:
- Silicon College of Advanced Studies – B.Com with Aviation & Hospitality Management - (Affiliated Mangalore University) – BSc in Animation & VFX
Associated Study Center of:
- ECIL – ECIT, A Government of Enterprise – Government Certified Courses
Indian Aviation Academy - IAA
IAA is a professional& Job Oriented training. Organization in the field of Aviation, (Air Hostess/Cabin crew/Airport Management) Hospitality, Tourism, & High Impact Soft skill.
Airline and aviation is a fast-growing industry and as per IATA (International Airport transportation Association) airlines expect a welcome 3.6 passengers in 2020. The projected 30% increase will see almost 500 million new passengers travelling in domestic and 331 million new passengers on International Airlines India is among five fastest growing Aviation market globally with million new passengers. India is set to become the third largest Aviation market before target date time than originally expected the International Air Transport Association (IATA) said. Indian airlines have over 900 planes on order and in the next five years alone are set to add 400-500 aircrafts. All Indian airlines put together have a fleet of around 500 aircraft currently. IATA, which represents about 85% of the global airline traffic, projects India to overtake the UK to become the third largest air passenger market by 2025.
By 2036, India will have about 478 million airline passenger traffic, which will be more than that of Japan (just under 225 million) and Germany (just over 200 million) combined. India's current passenger traffic is about 141 million. “All indicators lead to growing demand for global connectivity. The world needs to prepare for a doubling of passengers in the next 20 years. It's fantastic news for innovation and prosperity, which is driven by air links. It is also a huge challenge for industry to ensure we can successfully meet this essential demand. And to ensure this demand we will focus on high-end training of students with the our Expert & Experienced faculty.
The growth of the tourism industry in India has increased the demand for quality hospitality services. Today this industry is growing rapidly, opening vacancies and welcoming talented youth to take over charge, start a rewarding career and earn lucratively. This is the ideal time to establish a successful career in this industry and flourish with it. Candidates aspiring to become a proficient cabin crew / front office / F&B/ ground staff need to have basic eligibility such as you need to complete 10+2 or be a graduate with diploma or degree in Tourism / hotel management/ Diploma in Aviation & hospitality management. There are some basic height and weight requirements that some companies demand and a valid passport might also be necessary. Besides all this, exceptional grooming standards, teamwork abilities, interpersonal skills, good communication abilities, correct and updated technical knowledge and personality also need to be imbibed in the candidates through dedicated and professional training.
IAA has a long standing relationship and recruitment tie-up with some of the leading companies in the field of hospitality. Due to continuous recruitment efforts and target achievements, we have a strong understanding of the needs and requirements of all these companies. We also have a strong core team of trainers who are experienced in the same industry with a strong industry understanding and background, who train our students to bring them to the standards needed in this industry and expected by our clients.
Number of Airlines operating in India and abroad has grown significantly in recent years. There are many new Low Cost Carriers operating both domestic and international flights, which offer job opportunities for trained professionals.
Airlines need staff to perform ground handling services in airports. Many airports are upgraded and new airports are opened around India and abroad, opening more job opportunities for trained personnel.
Our Teaching Methodology:
Experienced faculties from the Industry give winning edge to our Student’s career and help them to get job in Aviation, Hospitality, and Travel & Tourism Industry in India & Abroad.