Ulan-Ude Aviation Plant trains pilots of Mongolian airline MAK

Ulan-Ude Aviation Plant trains pilots of Mongolian airline MAK

18-Mar-2015 Source: UUAP

In 2014, the training center received certification from the Civil Aviation Authority of Mongolia, confirming that all requirements for continuing professional education had been met. In 2015, this approval was extended for another two years. Now, according to a long-term contract for the training of pilots and technical staff, specialists and flight crews of the Mongolian company will undergo a range of continuing professional development once a year and will undergo simulator training twice a year.

Having assessed the quality of training and the ability to optimize costs, Russian helicopters operators from around the world have chosen the Aviation Training Center in Ulan-Ude to serve as the site of regular crew training courses.

The training center of Ulan-Ude Aviation Plant specializes in the training and retraining of pilots and technical personnel in the Mi-8AMT and Mi-171 helicopter models. The center engages in a full training cycle, including theoretical, simulator, and flight training, including training conducted on the participants’ own helicopters. In 2014, the engineering staff of those who purchased Russian helicopters for the first time received aircraft repair training. The training center plans to expand the scope of its activities to improve their own material base, as well as to create an aviation-technical base to provide aircraft operation services for both Russian airlines and foreign customers.

Qualified teachers experienced in theory and practice, specifically first-class pilots with thousands of flying hours and experience as instructors, facilitate all training at the center.

Crews of the Russian airlines Angara and UTair also successfully passed simulator training at the center.

Ulan-Ude Aviation Plant is an industrial enterprise of the holding company Russian Helicopters. The plant’s modern production and technological potential allows it to quickly organize the manufacture of new types of aircraft, combining prototyping and mass production. Over the course of more than 75 years, the plant built more than 8,000 aircraft. Today, the plant specializes in the production of the Mi-8AMT (MI-171) and Mi-8AMTSh (Mi-171SH) helicopters.


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