Performance of domestic airlines for the year 2016-17 registering a growth of 17.31%, in year 2015 -16 with 23.18%, in year 2014-15 with 20.34%.
The growth rate of aviation is 22%. India is soon going to be the third largest aviation market in the world. There is large growth potential in our vast country. Aircraft Maintenance Course is a license program and the duration is three year this program is regulated by Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA), Govt. of India. The scope of Aircraft Maintenance Engineering (AME) in India is good. At present time India have approx. 500 commercial aircraft but is expected to grow up to 2100 aircraft by 2027.
Aug. 1, 2017 - Ministry of Civil Aviation has been focusing on skills planning and development in conjunction with public and private enterprises, and skilling bodies such as the National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC), Rajiv Gandhi National Aviation University (RGNAU), and Aerospace & Aviation Sector Skill Council (AASSC), with a view to deliver the best growth outcomes for the civil aviation sector.
IMaCS's Comprehensive Skill Gap Report submitted to the Ministry highlights that 72,900 technicians and AMEs will be required by the industry by 2029. DGCA data indicates that only 3,644 Basic Licenses were issued in the last 5 years. At this rate the skill gap is likely to widen in future leading to more shortage of technical manpower and higher salaries.
All domestic airline such as Air India, Indigo, Air India Express, Spice Jet ,Go Air ,Air Asia, Vistara, Alliance Air, Tru Jet, Zoom Air , Blue Dart Aviation , Quikjet Airlines, Deccan Charters ,Fly Divine ,Jal Hans , Pawan Hans ,Spirit Air ,TajAir, Jet Airways and many more.
All international airlines such as Virgin Atlantic Airways, Emirates, Singapore Airlines, British Airways, Air France Singapore Airlines Qatar Airways Lufthansa and many more.
Other Career Opportunities such as BSF, HAL, DRDO, NAL, NRSA, ARC, State Govt. All aircraft operator, manufacturer and maintenance companies.