The center, which is being financed by the African Development Bank, is expected to have a major impact on Rwanda’s aviation industry and the African aviation industry as a whole. The center is expected to open in 2025 and will be able to train up to 500 students per year. It will offer a variety of courses, including pilot training, maintenance training, air traffic control training, and drone piloting training. The center is expected to meet the growing demand for skilled aviation professionals in Rwanda and the region. Rwanda’s aviation industry is currently experiencing rapid growth, and the new training center will help to ensure that the country has the skilled workforce it needs to support this growth.
SOURCE: BUSINESS INSIDER