Boeing 737
(Medium Jet Engine)

Crafting your Career – Live

Get to work live on an industry giant. WIIA provides its students Boeing 737 fitted with all Instruments and Controls, Emergency door, Cargo door, Pratt & Whitney JT8D-17, Axial Flow Turbofan Engine in working condition for the practical training. 

This Boeing is used to provide training to the Aircraft Maintenance Engineering & Hospitality Management students.


Wing Span: 93 ft

Fuselage length: 100 ft

Height: 37 ft

Design empty weight: 29000 kgs

About Boeing 737

Engines on the 737 Classic series and Next-Generation series do not have circular inlets like most aircraft but rather a platform on the lower side, which has been dictated mostly by the need to accommodate ever-larger engine diameters. The 737 Classic featured CFM56 high bypass turbofan engines, which allowed significant gains in fuel economy and a decrease in the noise over others.

The engine’s accessory gearbox was moved from the 6 o’clock position under the engine to the 4 o’clock position. This side-mounted gearbox gives the engine a slightly rounded triangular shape. The upgraded, higher pressure ratio CFM56-7 turbofan engine on the 737 Next Generations is 7% more fuel-efficient than the previous CFM56-3 on the 737 Classic with the same bypass ratio. The latest 737 variants, the 737 MAX series, feature LEAP-1B engines from CFMI with a 68 inches fan diameter. These engines were supposed to be 10-12% more efficient than the CFM56-7B engines on the 737 Next Generation series.

Boeing 747-200 Landing Gear

Landing you the Best

WIIA is a proud owner of Boggie type Landing Gear of actual aircraft Boeing 747-200 for practical training of the students. Arrangement of removal and installation of Landing Gear, Brake Unit and different accessory and parts of the Landing Gear.

Students get hands-on experience with a jumbo format of aircraft equipment giving them an extra edge in the Global Aviation Industry.

Jet Engine Shop

Jet-Setting your Career

Imagine getting to work with live engines, dismantling them bolting them and actually getting a live feel. This is what students would do in actual workshops at MROs.

Turbo Shaft Engine & Turbo Jet Engine are in dismantle, mounted and proper cross section view for demonstration & practical use of the students.

Motor Operated SU-7 engine for the easily understand the working principle of the different parts of the engine.


MIG -21 Turbo Jet Engine

MIG 21 is a supersonic jet fighter plane invented by the Mikoyan-Gurevich design agency in the Soviet Union.

Around sixty countries have flown the MIG-21, and it still works in many nations in the six decades after its maiden flight. MIG-21 create aviation records became the most-produced supersonic jet aircraft in aviation history.

AN – 32 Turboprop Engine

The An-32 is essentially a re-engined An-26. It is designed to face adverse weather conditions better than the original An-26. Declared at the May 1977 Paris Air Show. The An-32 is separated from its predecessor by engines raised 1.5 m above the wing to avoid foreign object damage on rough, unprepared airstrips.

AN -12 Turboprop Engine

Antonov-12 is 4 engine turboprop transport aircraft designed in the Soviet Union. An-12 is the military version of the An-10 and has many variants. For more than 30 years the An-12 was the official medium-range cargo of the Soviet Union air forces. A total of 1,248 were eventually built.

SU-7 Turbo Jet Engine

This is a supersonic fighter aircraft created by the Soviet Union in 1955. It was designed as a tactical, low-level dogfighter but it wasn’t good enough for that role. The Su-7 was advantageous in its simplicity but its weaknesses included short-range and light weapon load.

MI 8 Helicopter Turbo Shaft Engine

This helicopter is a medium twin-turbine helicopter, originally designed by the Soviet Union, and currently produced by Russia. The Mi-8 is used as an airborne command post, armed gunship, and observation platform apart from transport helicopter. The Mi-8 is the world’s most-produced helicopters used by over fifty countries.

Zenith CH-2000 (Light Aircraft)

Taking off your Future

The institute owns a Light Aircraft Zenith CH-2000 fitted with Piston Engine (Lyc-O-235) with all systems in working condition for the practical training and ON JOB TRAINING of WIIA students.


The CH-2000 is a two-seat, fixed tricycle gear general aviation aircraft, used primarily for flight training.


Wing Span 28 ft. 10 inch,

Fuselage Length 23 ft.

Height 6 ft. 10 inch.

Power plant       1 x Lycoming O-235-N2C four cylinder, horizontally opposed, four stroke aircraft engine, 116 hp.

Engine model    Lycoming O-235.

Lear Jet – 24 (Light Jet Engine)


The Learjet 24 was designed as an improved version of the Learjet 23, which was limited to 12,500 pounds gross weight. Engineers designed the model 24 to accept up to the full 13,500 pounds gross weight permitted by FAR-25 standards.

Practically taking off your Dreams

The institute owns a Light Jet Engine Lear Jet – 24 fitted with general electrical CJ-610-6 single rotor, axial flow Turbojet Engine in working condition for the practical training of the WIIA students.


Wing Span: 35 ft 7 inch

Wing tip to wing tip: 34 ft 1 inch

Fuselage length: 41 ft

Height: 12 ft 3 inch

Design gross weight: 13000 pounds