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Kelly Aerospace has committed to train more than 500 pilots in five years

Kelly Aerospace has committed to train more than 500 pilots in five years

Kelly Aerospace, a popular aircraft manufacturer based in Singapore, has recently made an announcement that it is looking forward to bring almost 250 locals together under its wing as the company is movie majority of its operations to the city-state. This announcement came as a relief to the turbulently hit aerospace industry. Kelly aerospace is now set to train more than 500 pilots in five years. The program will be based in Singapore, and it is estimated that the company will contribute $159 million to the Republic. The announcement was made during the latest media briefing, and the company wants to help the aerospace recover from the Covid impact.

Kelly Aerospace will target the private travel segment, and it is committed to upskill and train the workforces that are necessary, like the in-house composite specialists. The ongoing crisis has displaced the aviation crew, and Kelly Aerospace is looking forward to tapping into it to revamp its workforce. The company specializes in manufactures and fabricates carbon fiber components that are essential for private jets. Kelly Aerospace is also into designing, developing, and manufacturing components and frameworks that are very important for unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs).

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