To impart training on Cabin Safety, Housekeeping and F&B Services to the students of Airlines & Tourism Management students.

With a vision to bridge Industry-Academia gap in the field of Airlines & Tourism Management, University Institute of Hotel Management, Gharuan has signed MoU with Fly Wings. Under the signed Memorandum, Fly Wings will impart training in Airlines & Airport Management operations to the students of B.Sc. Airlines & Tourism Management covering various aspects of the Industry like Cabin Safety, House Keeping and F&B services. Students would undergo training at Fly Wings Simulator Training Centre (FWSTC), Gurgaon. Currently the FWSTC facility is imparting training to more than 3000 cabin crew of IndiGo, Spice Jet, Vistara, Air Asia and Bulgarian Airlines.

Aviation Sector Company Fly Wings signs MoU with UIHM
Mr. Vikas Khanna, Vice-President, Operations, FWSTC exchanging MoU with Dr. R.S.Bawa, Vice-Chancellor, Chandigarh University.

Eminent personalities from Airlines Industry would visit UIHM Gharuan for Guest Lectures, Training sessions and professional workshops to help the students of Airlines & Tourism Management understand the requirements & expectations of Airlines Industry.

Signing MoU on behalf of Fly Wings, Mr. Vikas Khanna, Vice-President, Operations, FWSTC said that the agreement would mutually benefit both the parties as the selected students would be trained as per the International standards of the Industry. The students would undergo training and certification ranging from 7 days to 4 weeks on the simulator. After the completion of training, the students would be given priority for campus placements by various International & Indian Airlines, added Mr. Khanna. Briefing about the future prospects of Indian Airlines Industry, he said that “The scope of the aviation industry in India is tremendous and with new airports like Chandigarh International Airport coming-up, the demand for professionals in this field will increase manifold”.

Speaking on the occasion, Dr. R.S.Bawa, Vice-Chancellor, Chandigarh University said that that understanding the needs of Industry is need of the hour and the MoU with Fly Wings is yet another step towards relishing the long term vision of our university to prepare industry ready professionals.