May 3, 2017 - BAA Type Rating Training

May 2017

3 May

BAA Training Captures the Widest Full Flight Simulator Network in Europe

BAA Training, one of the biggest aviation training centres in Northern Europe, now has more aviation training locations than ever before. It is able to provide training solutions for 18 types of aircraft on 54 Full Flight Simulators located in 27 places over Europe, North and South Americas, Africa and Asia. The IATA 20-year Air Passenger Forecast shows that airlines expect to see a 3.7% annual Compound Average Growth Rate (CAGR) within the defined period. IATA expects 7.2 billion passengers to travel in 2035, a near doubling of the 3.8 billion air travellers in 2016.  Over 50% of this growth will...

3 May

Type Rating Cadet programme at BAA Training

With the pilot shortage in full force, many airlines have set up, or are in the process of setting up Cadet Pilot Schemes. BAA Training is very pleased to launch Type Rating Cadet Pilot training programme in addition to already existing one – Ab Initio Cadet. Every airline is different – some use Type Rating Cadet Pilot training schemes while others plan to act in accordance with Initial Cadet Pilot training. Therefore, BAA Training may offer both to satisfy every customer’s needs. Type Rating Cadet Programme will be adjusted to meet the highest standards of the airline by including the assessment...

3 May

BAA Training started providing Cabin Crew Conversion Training for the client from Norway

By being a part of aviation market expert company, Avia Solutions Group, BAA Training aims to be a service provider satisfying all aviation training needs at one place focusing on customer support. The group of 30 people from Fly Viking Airlines recently has started Cabin Crew Conversion Training for Dash Q8–100. It is fascinating that two team members from Fly Viking Airlines previously took Cabin Crew Initial Training Course at BAA Training and felt highly satisfied with the quality of the course. Also, the training manager at Fly Viking noticed that training was very beneficial and, consequently, the company initiated the...

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