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Features & Facilities

Salient Features:
  • A calm environment in a prime area of Bangalore with easy access by road, rail and air. 
  • Maximum focus on personal attention for students with Optimum Student-Teacher Ratio 
  • Highly qualified Instructors with immense industrial knowledge from IITs, Emirates, Air India, Jet Airways, Qatar Airways, Malaysian Airlines, Airworks India Engineering Pvt Ltd, Dviation, HAL, Indian Air Force and other reputed private and public organisations. 
  • Successful students are well placed in various companies in the fields of Aviation, Engineering and Management. For e.g., Air India, Indigo, Jet Airways, Go Air, Air Works India Pvt. Ltd., Singapore Airways, Qatar Airways, Emirates, KLM, Volkswagen Group, Mahindra, Toyota, Citibank, Sulekha, ICICI, etc.
  • Students learn on Heavy and Light Aircrafts such as Learjet 25D, Cessna 172 & 152 & HT2 and their spares and components for hands-on technical know-how. 
  • Additional hands-on Practical Maintenance Experience and Training in an EASA & DGCA Part 145 approved airline maintenance, repair and overhauling organization with Personal Experience Record Log Book.
  • HAA follows the syllabus specified by EASA (European Aviation Safety Agency) Part 66 and 147.
  • State-of-the-art research and training facility by Volkswagen Group (specifically for Audi passenger vehicles).
  • A well-equipped library with relevant technical journals, e-journals, etc. 
  • Spacious Classrooms equipped with Audio-Video facilities.
  • In-house developed Flight Simulator for training purposes. 
  • Well equipped labs, various workshops, with ample necessary training equipment.
  • Hostel / Canteen facilities for Women and Men
  • Merit and Means Scholarships
  • Scholarships under the National Scholarship Portal 
  • HAA is EASA Basic Modules Examinations Centre under SR Technics, Zurich in partnership with Dviation, Malaysia. 
Add-on Courses:
  1. Tally
  2. Chartered Accountancy
  3. Free coaching for Civil Services
  4. Personality and Aptitude development
  5. Finishing School Course
  1. Learjet 25D (Two General Electric CJ610-6 single-rotor axial-flow turbojet engines)
  2. Cessna 172 (Lycoming piston engine)
  3. HT2 piston engine
Engine workshop: Types and number of engines for students;
  1. Cyrus Major Engine – 03
  2. Gypsy Queen - 02
  3. Continental Engine – 03
  4. Avon Rolls Royce Jet Engine – 02
  5. Orpheus Jet Engine – 01
  6. General Electric CJ610-6 single-rotor axial-flow turbojet engines - 02
  7. Other engine accessories
Airframe workshop: The workshop consists of Aircraft structures such as;
  1. Fuselages,
  2. Main Planes,
  3. Control items,
  4. Under-carriage,
  5. Wings,
  6. Rudders,
  7. Landing gear other structural parts and spares.
Radio Lab:

consists of different Radio systems, various Navigational Aids, types of Radar equipment and its spares and components along with other accessories.

Instruments Lab:

consists of various types of Aircraft Instruments, Engine Instruments, Electrical Instruments and various other instruments from the Flight Deck.


 consists of all Aircraft electrical systems and components along with spares and accessories. Eg. Starters, Generators, Batteries, switch etc.

Various General Engineering workshops: includes the below facilities;
  1. 10 lathe machines
  2. Foundry and forge
  3. Welding shop
  4. Engine shop
  5. Carpentry
  6. Machine Shop
  7. 20 other workstations for filing, cutting, shaping, etc.

In addition to the practical training at the academy, the students are sent to industries and aeronautical establishments for the training during semester vacations. Further, industrial training visits are arranged periodically to different manufacturing and overhaul divisions of private and public companies like HAL, Air Works India Pvt. Ltd., Air India, Taneja Aerospace & Aviation Limited and other aeronautical establishments in Bangalore.

The Academy has a well-stocked library which contains books on various types of aircrafts, aero engines, aircraft systems and aviation engineering and management.

Students are encouraged to design, fabricate and develop aeronautical system training aids under the able guidance of expert instructors.