Having successfully executed multiple tie-up ventures in the past, our franchise program is a verified treasure trove for anyone looking to partner and grow with us. With a tried and tested business model, our program offers a highly lucrative opportunity to those that want to capitalize on one of the fastest growing sectors in India today. Bagging the “Best Air Hostess Training Institute Award” for eight years in a row, being featured in the Limca Book of Records for best cabin crew placements for many years, and being an approved training partner of the National Skill Development Corporation India (NSDC) are just some of the reasons why a franchise model with us is so beneficial.
Incorporated in January 1993, Frankfinn today enjoys a virtual monopoly in the aviation training sector in India. Having the largest network of training and development centres in the country, along with an international presence in Dubai and Hong Kong, Frankfinn also has an exclusive global tie-up with ICM, UK and is an approved partner training partner of the National Skill Development Corporation India (NSDC).
India’s aviation industry has heralded new waves of expansion in recent times, owing largely to factors such as contemporary airports, low-cost carriers (LCCs), increased foreign direct investment (FDI) in domestic airlines, and a constant focus on regional connectivity. As per media reports, the government is aggressively pushing its regional connectivity scheme, UDAN, which makes flying accessible to millions of Indians by encouraging airlines to fly to under-served airports. Also, the latest forecasts from IATA has indicated a phenomenal growth of 478 million air passengers by 2036, the future of India’s aviation industry. To meet this increase in demand, the government is looking at ways to boost infrastructure in the Indian aviation sector. The government is looking at an investment of around Rs 1 lakh crore to build new airports. Furthermore, the civil aviation ministry has given approvals to established carriers like IndiGo, Jet Airways and SpiceJet, to start flights on more than 450 routes. It is in fact a right time to enter the training / skill development sector in this industry.
India is home to one of the biggest young demographics in the world that fall between the ages of 17 and 24. With most of the conventional job markets reaching a saturation point, coupled with the rising costs of an MBA degree riddled with employment uncertainties, there is a vast majority of gifted youngsters that are looking to build their career in an industry that doesn’t require huge investments but pays equally, well, rather more.
Requiring a reasonable amount of investment capital depending on the location and capacity of the training centre, the Frankfinn franchise module has proven to be a highly profitable opportunity with returns, at times, being realized in the first year of a business itself. Our partners continue to leverage our exceptional standing in the market and collectively grow our brand as a powerful and united enterprise.