23 Jun

BAA Training opened Fall 2016 admissions

The global aviation training provider, BAA Training is announcing the opening of the admissions for the applicants who wish to begin various pilot training courses in the Fall of 2016. Starting September 1st applicants can begin ATPL Integrated, CPL (A) Modular, PPL (A) and PPL (H) courses for pilot license training. Additionally, there are Bachelor degree programs for Engineering Science in Aviation Transport and pilot license as well as Aviation Management and pilot license studies.

Currently BAA Training’s Ab Initio School has over a hundred students who come from four different continents to acquire EASA pilot licenses or gain Bachelor degrees. Over the year academy has focused on infrastructure expansion by establishing new ground training facilities as a preparation to welcome groups of Cadets for pilot training. Ground training infrastructure expansion comes in addition to the growing aircraft fleet. Currently academy owns a fleet of twelve aircraft: nine Tecnam 2002, one Cessna 172, and two Tecnam 2006. All of the aircraft are used for student training in Kaunas (S. Darius and S. Girenas) aerodrome over the flying season which last from March to October.

“2016 has been a year of changes and growth for our academy. We are now offering our students modern training facilities, received approval from CAAV, became accepted supplier for Vietnam Airlines, and welcomed our first Cadets from Vietnam. And we are certainly continuing  to work hard in providing students with even better training quality and seeking more opportunities in geographical student expansion and Cadet training as more and more companies are planning to train their Cadets at BAA Training,” commented Indre Sveistryte, Ab Initio Director at BAA Training.

BAA Training is known as aviation training solutions provider working in the field for over 20 years. It is able to meet Ab Initio Rotary and Fixed wing pilot training, Type Rating pilot training, Cabin Crew training, Ground Handling, Flight Dispatcher training and even Drone training needs.