For those aspiring for a career as an Airhostess or Flight Attendants, the Hyderabad-based Sristy's School of Airhostess is opening a new training centre in Coimbatore. Sristy Srivastava, a former airhostess, established the school in Hyderabad in June 2005. Within seven months, it opened its second branch in Secunderabad.
Stepping into Tamil Nadu for opening its third training facility, Sristy has chosen Coimbatore because of the potential available in terms of the candidates as well as job prospects. Given the growing potential available in Kerala, Sristy has plans to set up training centres in Kozhikode, Thrissur, Kochi and Thiruvananthapuram. Chennai already hosts a number of such schools but the potential remained untapped in a place like Coimbatore, which has a large number of youth, Ms. Srivastava and correspondent V. Gourishankar told reporters. The Coimbatore airport had been witnessing a spurt in number of aircraft and passenger traffic, they said. The training will help candidates secure employment in foreign embassies as interpreters in the field of medical tourism, BPO industries, retail and service sectors besides the aviation industry.