21 Aug

Air X and Baltic Aviation Academy strengthen their partnership

Air X grows its capacity and expands the fleet. The European standard flight crew training is entrusted to Baltic Aviation Academy, based in Lithuania.

The mutual business relationship has been cultivated for over three years now. Baltic Aviation Academy has an excellent record and extensive experience in providing recurrent training for Legacy 600 and Bombardier CRJ 200 aircraft among other types. Air X takes pride in recruiting aspiring pilots and supporting them throughout their initial career steps along with the experienced captains.

“The trust of our clients is the reason for our company’s growth. We strive to improve with every delivered training course. Long lasting partnership with Air X confirms our efforts are paying off’, comments Egle Vaitkeviciute, CEO at Baltic Aviation Academy.

Air X is about to bring several Boeing Business Jets online. The fleet also consists of Challenger 850s, Legacy 600s, a Citation X, and a Citation Sovereign. With the BBJ additions, Air X enters into a new market.

‘It takes time and effort to build a stable platform in aviation. Creating this platform is a necessity to deliver time and time again a reliable and well trusted service. Air X is operating over 900 hours per annum on its heavy jets and servicing over 250 Brokers worldwide. Training and standards form part of the platform of achieving this. This wouldn’t have been possible without our key relationship with the Baltic Aviation Academy’, comments John B. Matthews, the Chairman of Air X.