Indonesia in Need of 4,000 New Pilots
Indonesia records growth of new aircrafts by around 8 percent per year
VIVAnews – The rapid growth of the aviation industry in Indonesia as well as the implementation of ASEAN Open Sky policy in 2015 and the single aviation market policy in ASEAN in 2020 help create a job demand for 4,000 pilots, 7,500 technicians, and 1,000 air traffic controllers.
President of Indonesian National Air Carriers Association (INACA), Emirsyah Satar, said the nation records growth of new aircrafts by around 8 percent per year.
However, he said, the aviation schools in Indonesia have yet to be capable of meeting the demand.
“With the population of 240 million people, Indonesia only has 13 aviation schools compared to other countries such as the United States (1,076 schools) and the European Union (369 schools),” said Emirsyah.
Therefore, Emirsyah said INACA teams up with the Ministry of Transportation in organizing an international conference which focuses on aviation training themed Indonesia Aviation Training & Education Conference (IATEC).
The conference will be the ideal event for providing training by world's renowned aviation experts like Vice President of Boeing Flight Services, Sherry Carbary, and President of the International Association of Flight Training Professionals (IAFTP), Robert Barnes.
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