Salem Airport (India) - Flight Training and Pilot Training Centres

Flight Training and Pilot Training Centres

The excellent conditions prevailing at Salem Airport is highly suitable for flight Training. Salem Airport is now the hotspot for establishment of flight training and pilot training centres in southern India. Given the state of the art infrastructure available here, it is an ideal training airport and base for aspiring pilots. The reputed air charter operator based in Salem (Salem Air) has started pilot training services. Salem Aviation Services and the Salem Flying Club operate from Salem airport. Its already a home to two flying schools based at Salem.

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