New Delhi: A high-level delegation from the Civil Aviation Authority of Bangladesh (CAAB) visited Airports Authority of India (AAI) establishments from March 7 to March 11, 2021.
This exploratory visit was significant for both nations, as Bangladesh is an important stakeholder in the region’s aviation sector.
Mafidur Rahman, Chairman, CAAB, along with other delegates visited Civil Aviation Training College at Prayagraj (Uttar Pradesh), Indian Aviation Academy, Fire Training Centre and Central Command Centre of Air Traffic Flow Management at New Delhi for effective cooperation in respect of training.
Anuj Aggarwal, Chairman of AAI, assured the delegation that all possible assistance shall be extended to strengthen the aviation sector in Bangladesh.
AAI, with its highly-skilled professionals, state-of-the-art aviation training institutes, expertise in airport infrastructure & airspace design has agreed to assist CAAB Bangladesh, to enhance its capacity in terms of aviation infrastructure and skilled manpower resources to sustain the post COVID growth in aviation, in Bangladesh.
AAI will also be providing customized courses to personnel as and when required, to assist in the training process and progress faster.
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