Airbus has committed to build a $40 million aircrew and MRO training facility at Delhi, India to start operations in 2018. The center will be fully owned by Airbus Group India and will feature four A320 full-flight simulators. Agreements for building construction and simulator installation are expected to be finalized by 2017. Airbus EVP-strategy and marketing Kiran Rao said the new center would equip tomorrow’s pilots and engineers with the skills to “operate and maintain ...

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