The Indian economy is growing at an incredible pace and so is the aviation sector, General Aviation in particular has taken off in a big way and both the General and Civil Aviation are purchasing aircraft (Fixed and Rotary wing) in large numbers. If the aviation industry has some deficiency, it is the dearth of quality and skilled pilots and AMEs (Aircraft Maintenance Engineers).
To fulfill this gap and to give wings to the dreams of aviation enthusiasts Carver Aviation offers advanced technology learning facilities on Pilot Training and Aircraft Maintenance Engineering. Carver Aviation is the first flying school in India having an ISO 9001-2000 certification and is DGCA approved.
The school is located in the rain shadow region of Baramati in Maharashtra, India. The school has an excellent infrastructure spread across 3,96,000 sq ft and has a wide variety of over 18 aircraft, one of the largest training fleet in the country.