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 to everyone about the pilot studies, new studies programs that allows to get dual degrees, course designs, fleet and its expansion plans, and of course new helicopter training course which is starting this fall.
Academy’s representatives will be accompanied by the Chief Flight Instructor and two Scandinavian students, who will be more than happy to talk to all the attendees about the life and studies in Lithuania, what has made them choose the academy and what is so fascinating about the pilot career.
In the last year Baltic Aviation Academy purchased one more multi-engine aircraft and is now fully exercising the fleet of twelve aircraft. Academy currently has over a hundred students who are enrolled in private pilot, commercial pilot, airline transport pilot, and aviation management courses. Starting this fall, Baltic Aviation Academy will start private helicopter pilot and Engineering Science in Aviation Transport and Pilot license studies.