During the period between the 1st and the 3rd of February Baltic Aviation Academy is set to attend the 21st Aeronautical Careers & Training Exhibition at the French Air and Space Museum (Musée de l’Air et de l’Espace Paris-Le Bourget). The three days’ long exhibition and conference will focus on the issue of encouraging young people to consider a career in Aviation.
The 21st Aeronautical Careers & Training Exhibition attendants will discuss not only the growing demand for pilots or flight attendants, but also the increasing need to encourage young people to opt for becoming as airline representatives, ticket agents, aircraft coordinators, sales and marketing specialists, maintenance professionals, etc. The keynote speakers – aviation professionals, selected for their experience in different fields – will explain what are the perquisites and the path that should be chosen in order to become a proficient aviation professional.
‘We see great potential in stepping onto the France FTO’s (Flight Training Organization) market. That is why along with our primary goal to introduce people to aviation training possibilities at Baltic Aviation Academy we also seek to spread the awareness about Lithuania. The Francophone culture is very important to us, that’s why we are so glad that we will be joined by Mr. Serge Texier, a French instructor at Baltic Aviation Academy and a former Baltic Aviation Academy’s Airbus A320 type rating course student from France as well as an honourable French consul Audelin Chappuis, who has kindly agreed to devote his precious time in order to help us present Lithuania,’ comments Ausra Garuckaite, Sales Manager at Baltic Aviation Academy.
Baltic Aviation Academy invites you to visit Booth 12 at the exhibition where the company’s representatives will be more than willing to introduce all provided services аnd answer any aviation training-related questions. Furthermore, during the exhibition Baltic Aviation Academy will hold a lottery for the chance to win a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to manoeuvre an aircraft in an Airbus A320 or Boeing 737 full flight simulator. The winners will also receive a fully paid-for overnight accommodation in Vilnius and a special Baltic Aviation Academy gift.
The aviation training centre Baltic Aviation Academy has recently signed a contract with Air Austral, a French airline operating from Roland Garros Airport in Sainte-Marie, Réunion. According to the newly signed agreement the training centre will provide the French scheduled carrier with type rating and base training services for Boeing 757 aircraft.