14 Aug

Baltic Aviation Academy updates B737 full flight simulator

Baltic Aviation Academy, aviation training academy announced new updates on their Boeing 737 full flight simulator. Working in partnership with simulator maintenance experts – SimHelp, engineer installed new updates to the Flight Management System (FMS) computer. Now full flight simulator operates the newest U10.8A program version, which allowed increasing the amount of data of the program up to 14 times. Therefore broader airport selection can be offered during the type rating training. Customers can also choose to use their aircraft FMS database during the training, as systems are directly compatible now. “The recent update improves the quality of the training eliminating any...

12 Aug

Baltic Aviation Academy going to Finland Airshow 2015

Baltic Aviation Academy, aviation training centre located in Lithuania, is continuing its tradition, and for the second year in a row is flying to participate at the Finland Airshow 2015. This time, the biggest show in Finland is taking place at Helsinki-Malmi Airport and is planning to gather around 60,000 spectators to its huge display airshow and exhibition. Just like last year, Baltic Aviation Academy will be traveling to the show in the academy’s aircraft – newly purchased multi-engine Tecnam P2006T and every show participant will have a chance to check it out from up close. Academy’s representatives will gladly talk...

6 Aug

Baltic Aviation Academy expands its fleet

Aviation training centre Baltic Aviation Academy for the second year in the row is expanding its fleet by purchasing additional multi-engine Tecnam P2006T. The second multi-engine aircraft will allow students to complete MEP training in a faster and more efficient manner while academy continues to grow and increase the number of students. Last year academy purchased five aircraft, which nearly doubled its training capacity. The newest addition of Tecnam P2006T now brings the entire fleet to twelve aircraft used for Ab Initio training.  “Currently we have over a hundred students at our academy that are going to need MEP training, therefore,...

30 Jul

Baltic Aviation Academy received Certificate of the Cabin Crew Initial Training organisation

On 22nd of July, aviation training centre Baltic Aviation Academy received Certificate of the Cabin Crew Initial Training organisation, which was issued by the Civil Aviation Administration of the Republic of Lithuania (CAA). Under the Certificate the training centre is now approved to provide Initial Cabin Crew training course according to EASA regulations. “This EASA approved Certificate is another step forward for the company. Owning this Certificate now means that we can offer a wider range of services to our clients worldwide while preparing an overall services package. We are often asked by airlines to prepare their cabin crew under the...

27 Jul

Maybe ATR 42/72 for a change?

So recently Boeing released its new market outlook for the upcoming 20 years. The good news is, that the numbers continue to be impressive on all levels. The industry continues growing, aircraft delivery adding up with every year, thus more than 500 k new pilots and over 600 k technicians on demand in nearest 20 years. The Asia Pacific keep developing and leading the aviation industry. In other words, same good news. However, since we are done considering whether the career in aviation is perspective or not (and if you still don’t get it, the answer is YES) we approach the...

25 Jun

Baltic Aviation Academy partners with Turkish Airlines

 Providing a wide range of aviation training including pilot Ab Initio, Type Rating, Ground handling, and Cabin Crew training, Baltic Aviation Academy has been added to the list of training providers at Turkish Airlines. According to the contract, Baltic Aviation Academy meets the airline standards as the aviation training provider and is eligible to meet anBaltic Aviation Academy, aviation training provider located in Central Europe, signed a partnership agreement with the major European airline – Turkish Airlines.y Turkish Airlines need for the type rating training. Turkish Airlines with 280 aircraft on their fleet, including Airbus, Boeing and Embraer family aircraft, operates...

1 Jun

Baltic Aviation Academy conducting assessments in Moscow

Baltic Aviation Academy’s representatives are traveling to Moscow on June 9th – 11th in order to provide personal consultations for the candidates that are interested in pilot training. This is a great opportunity for the candidates to meet with the professionals and discuss all the options without traveling a long distance to another country. These meeting days are also beneficial for the candidates who have already made a decision to become pilots, as they are able to perform their initial candidate assessment. Baltic Aviation Academy has been conducting personal consultations in Moscow over two years now and has been successful as...

28 May

BAA Training Singapore to present training at IATEC 2015

BAA Training Singapore in cooperation with Haite Aviation Training – Singapore is set to present aviation training solutions in the 2nd Indonesia Aviation Training and Education Summit (IATEC 2015). The event will be held on the 10th – 11th of July in Jakarta (Indonesia). Recently Baltic Aviation Academy, one of the leading aviation training centre in Central Europe, in cooperation with Haite Group, opened a new training location in Singapore – BAA Training Singapore. The main Asia Pacific aviation event of the year will focus on the challenges in Human Resources for pilots, ground handlers, cabin crew and other aviation personnel. Both...

25 May

Baltic Aviation Academy’s Ab Initio School acquired Part-MF Certificate

Due to the significant growth of the fleet which is used for the Ab Initio School training, Baltic Aviation Academy has initiated and been approved as Part-MF organization. Last year academy purchased five new aircraft and performing its maintenance and repair in-house became an essential aspect of the successful flight training. Therefore, according to the Maintenance Organization Approval Certificate which has been issued by Lithuania’s Civil Aviation Administration on May 8th, Baltic Aviation Academy is now entitled to act as a maintenance organization in compliance with Section A, Subpart F of Annex I (Part-M) of Regulation (EC) No. 2042-2003. “It has...

11 May

Baltic Aviation Academy preparing helicopter training program

Baltic Aviation Academy, aviation training provider located in Vilnius, Lithuania is revealing the plans of the helicopter training program preparation. The start of the first Baltic Aviation Academy‘s Helicopter Private Pilot License course is planned for the upcoming September. All helicopter training course participants who will successfully complete the course will receive EASA helicopter private pilot license which will allow them to fly for their own pleasure or continue studying towards professional helicopter pilot license. “Growth is imperative for every company in today’s demanding market. We have set a path of continuous improvement which simultaneously produces unceasing growth. Adding this new...