The establishment of Bamboo Airways Aviation Training Institute to train on-site specialized workers is an overall plan determined by Bamboo Airways to ensure proactive human resources.
In an interview, Mr. Dang Tat Thang – Standing Vice Chairman of Bamboo Airways said that Bamboo Airways Training Institute will be started in July 2019, at the planning area of Human Resource Research and Training Center. in the core of Nhon Hoi Ecological Tourism Urban Area.
Earlier, on June 19, the People’s Committee of Binh Dinh Province issued Decision No. 2072 / QD-UBND approving the policy of the Bamboo Airways Aviation Training Institute project.
Train according to international standards
Training institute has a scale of 10 hectares with a total investment of nearly VND 700 billion for the establishment and development period. It is expected that after going into operation in the first quarter of 2022, the Institute will train nearly 3,500 students per year, focusing on professional training such as pilots, flight attendants, engineering, face exploitation. soil and basic training functions …
The Bamboo Airways Aviation Training Institute will link with the International University of Tourism – Technology – Aviation of Ha Long – to be an international university model studied by FLC Group and submitted to the Prime Minister for approval. currently training majors such as Transport Administration, International Aviation Operations, Airport Administration and Flight Operations, Marketing Management and Aviation Advertising …
In addition, the Training Institute will cooperate and associate with the New Zealand Aviation Academy – one of Australia’s most prestigious educational institutions with the leading education industry in Australia. Extremely developed aviation schedule, to train pilots according to international standards.
“Specialized training on the spot is an overall plan determined by Bamboo Airways to ensure the initiative of human resources,” said Ho Thi Thu Trang – Human Resources Director of Bamboo Airways and Deputy Director of Training Center. Bamboo Airways said.
After being put into operation, the Training Institute will contribute to increasing the localization rate of the industry, reducing the dependence on foreign partners, improving the competitiveness of the industry as well as ensuring the sustainable growth of Vietnam’s aviation industry, Ms. Trang emphasized.
Operating the Boeing 787 Dreamliner in the fourth quarter of 2019
The establishment of Bamboo Airways Aviation Training Institute is a specific activity in the process of consolidating manpower to serve Bamboo Airways’ 2019 network and fleet expansion plan.
Accordingly, Bamboo Airways plans to operate from 37 to 40 domestic and international routes this year. In April 2019 alone, Bamboo Airways put into operation three routes to South Korea, Taiwan and Japan.
The company also launched a general agency in Korea in May 2019, and is going to be the general agent in Japan in July 2019, as a premise for the process of building an international agency system, serving commercial activities of regular routes connecting Vietnam with countries in Southeast Asia, Northeast Asia in particular and Asia, Europe … in general.
At the same time, the airline is accelerating the process of completing its fleet in the direction of standardization, expected to reach over 30 aircraft by 2023, including Airbus A321neo and Boeing 787 Dreamliner models.
Also according to information from Mr. Dang Tat Thang, the assembly and completion stages of the Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner are being carried out by Boeing in accordance with the set schedule, it is expected that the first wide-body aircraft will be discussed. to Bamboo Airways in the fourth quarter of 2020.
“This is a state-of-the-art wide-body aircraft, which applies modern technology, optimal performance, stable performance, ideal for medium and long-term flights of the airline in the near future,” said the Vice President. Permanent said.
In the immediate future, to serve the airline’s operations, Bamboo Airways is implementing a plan to lease aircraft with partners, and put into operation the Boeing 787–8 aircraft in the fourth quarter of 2019.
According to Mr. Dang Tat Thang, Bamboo Airways has made nearly 10,000 absolute safe flights after 6 months of operation, the average occupancy rate is 90% and the punctual rate is approximately 95%. According to new data released by the Department of Aviation, Bamboo Airways is the most punctual airline in the industry in the first 5 months.
At the beginning of the peak summer travel season, Bamboo Airways has increased flights to crowded destinations such as routes from Hanoi to Quy Nhon, Da Nang, Ho Chi Minh City, and opened new routes to Ho Chi Minh City. – Hai Phong, Hai Phong – Quy Nhon and Hai Phong – Nha Trang.
In 2019, the airline aims to increase the frequency of operations to 100 flights per day, serving 5 million passengers.
* Source: BizLive