29 May

The importance of organizational culture in Aviation

All organizations maintain their own specific culture, but in that respect probably none are more complex than the one of an international airline. The word ‘international’ already suggests that there are diverse political, ethnic and social issues that need to be taken into account when designing any managerial policy. And then on top of that there is also the requirement to maintain products and services of uniform quality regardless of the market setting. Knowledge of cultural dimensions is priceless in mitigating risk, containing costs and improving corporate effectiveness. Surprisingly, the most noteworthy aspects of organizational behaviour are often overlooked or...

27 May

Baltic Aviation Academy A320 FFS gets certified by CAAC

Baltic Aviation Academy is heading towards new markets for pilot training business development. After successful audit completion of Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC), the Flight Simulation Device Certificate has been issued of Airbus A320 Full Flight Simulator. The Baltic Aviation Academy management is glad that the equipment of the training centre is sufficient to serve Chinese airlines. Airbus A320 is one of the most frequent types of aircraft within the fleets of airlines in Europe as well as in China. The initial communication has been established with the Air China, which is considered to be the first Chinese client to...

10 May

Baltic Aviation Academy presents Aviation Management study program in India

On the 17-19th of May aviation training centre Baltic Aviation Academy (Vilnius, Lithuania) is aimed to present Aviation Management study program in Times Education Boutique held in Delhi, India. The three days’ long exhibition will focus on the issue of encouraging young people to consider a career in different spheres. Baltic Aviation Academy’s representative together with partner in India Aviacom Inc. will present bachelor study program of Aviation Management. Graduates of this program obtain a license of either a private pilot or a pilot of commercial aviation as well as a bachelor degree in Aviation Management. ‘Throughout the last year we have...

29 Apr

Baltic Aviation Academy’s Ab Initio School acquires Cessna 172 aircraft

Baltic Aviation Academy’s Flight Training Organization aircraft fleet was supplemented with a four-seat, single-engine, high-wing aircraft – a Cessna 172 which started to be used for the flight trainings since end of April. On the 23rd of April Baltic Aviation Academy has received plane’s registration and certification issued by the Lithuanian Civil Aviation Authority. The aircraft is used for instrument (IFR) and night visual flight (NVFR) training performed during commercial (CPL) and airline transport pilot (ATPL) study programs. The objective of the Instrument flight training course is to train pilots to the level of proficiency necessary to operate airplanes under the...

8 Apr

Baltic Aviation Academy’s Ab Initio School acquires Flight and Navigation Procedures Trainer

Ab Initio School at aviation training centre Baltic Aviation Academy (Vilnius, Lithuania) has acquired a new Tecnam P2006T/Cessna 172 flight and navigation procedures trainer (FNTP II). Flight and Navigation Procedures Trainer is intended for instrument flight by allowing students practice in different meteorological conditions. It allows performing and practicing various procedures of the flight. Flight simulator can perform ground operations, takeoff, a variety of flight maneuvers, radio navigation, landing, including the failures of various systems of the aircraft. ‘As the flight season is coming closer, Baltic Aviation Academy is decided to supplement ‘dry’ theory with real situations and examples, which can be...

28 Mar

Baltic Aviation Academy to offer Aviation Management study program

According to the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association, only a few of the major airlines require a degree for employment, but in the past several years, more than 95 percent of the pilots hired have at least a four-year college degree. Baltic Aviation Academy in cooperation with Kazimieras Simonavicius University created an exclusive bachelor study program in Lithuania – ‘Aviation Management’. Graduates of this program will obtain a license of either a private pilot or a pilot of commercial aviation as well as a bachelor degree in Aviation Management. ‘Piloting is not just controlling an aircraft. This profession also means a constant...

19 Feb

Baltic Aviation Academy launches its first seminars and workshops in India

On 2nd-3rd of March Aviation training centre Baltic Aviation Academy (Lithuania) in cooperation with Aviacom Inc. is set to launch seminars and workshops for pilots in New Delhi (India). The free of charge event will be addressed to both beginners and advanced pilots, where they will get an opportunity to receive all pilot profession-related information and learn the first steps in order to lay the foundations for a successful career as a pilot. During the first day of the event Baltic Aviation Academy will be covering most important topics related to the Type Rating Training Organization (TRTO). Commercial Pilot License (CPL)...

14 Feb

Boeing B733-007 Full Flight Simulator operated by Baltic Aviation Academy is approved by Brazil National Civil Aviation Agency

Brazil National Civil Aviation Agency has issued to Baltic Aviation Academy (Vilnius, Lithuania) an approval certificate for Boeing B733-007 Full Flight Simulator (FFS) for Brazilian airlines’ pilot training. ‘Being approved by Brazil National Civil Aviation Agency, Baltic Aviation Academy enters Brazilian aviation industry. We strongly believe that this approval shows our training center credibility in developing future aviation personnel in this rapidly growing region’, commented Egle Vaitkeviciute, CEO at Baltic Aviation Academy. According to the ‘Boeing Current Market Outlook 2012 – 2031’ the installed fleet in Latin America region is expected to grow 5.1 percent annually to comprise 3,450 airplanes, including 2,510...

11 Feb

Baltic Aviation Academy started negotiations with PT. Bandara Praniagatama

Aviation training center Baltic Aviation Academy (Lithuania) signed the memorandum of understanding with PT. Bandara Praniagatama (Indonesia) regarding aviation training services in Indonesia. According to the document signed on 26th of January Baltic Aviation Academy and PT. Bandara Praniagatama will cooperate on adjusting training programs’ packages for Indonesian market, preparing and organizing marketing events in Indonesia in 2013 and fulfilling other civil aviation activities. PT. Bandara Praniagatama is an Indonesian company highly experienced in the field of aviation services and works with Indonesia Air Force (TNI AU), Garuda Indonesia‚ Lion Air, Merpati Airlines, Royal Malaysia Air Force (RMAF), Republic of Singapore Air...

31 Jan

Baltic Aviation Academy Signed a Partnership Agreement with Aviacom Inc

Aviation training centre Baltic Aviation Academy (Lithuania) has signed the partnership agreement with Aviacom Inc., a part of SRK Aviacom India Pvt. Ltd, one of the leading providers of general aviation flight simulators in India, also engaged in aircraft sales, aviation consultancy and training. Under the agreement, Baltic Aviation Academy has appointed Aviacom Inc. as its representative for the territory of Indian subcontinent. Aviacom Inc. will be representing Baltic Aviation Academy‘s aviation training services for corporate and private India‘s customers. EASA approved training courses proposed for Indian market include Airline Transport Pilot License (ATPL) courses, Type Rating training courses for Boeing...