In a bid to meet a growing demand for staff in one of Southeast Asia’s fastest-growing aviation markets, FLC Group’s Bamboo Airways broke ground in July on a new training center in Quy Nhon in central Vietnam. The Bamboo Airways Aviation Training Institute is expected to train 3,500 pilots, flight attendants, technicians, ground staff and flight dispatchers annually when it is completed in 2021. Development of the 10-hectare (25-acre) facility will cost about VND700 billion ...

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