BAA Training is glad that the recently launched Type Rating with an integrated airline job preparation course and the actual airline job interview guarantee has received a lot of interest. So that you can better understand the advantages of this atypical offer and which of your expectations it can potentially meet, we have prepared these short FAQs below.
1. Which airlines can BAA Training arrange an interview with?
Due to extensive experience in the aviation field, BAA Training has built many valuable contacts with airlines that are more than happy to interview highly skilled, assertive, and talented student pilots. If you can relate and prove it with your studying performance, we will schedule an interview for you with one of our partners. They are Lithuanian or Spanish operators, well-established airlines ramping up their recruitment plans and preparing for the busy seasons ahead.
2. Can I have the airline interview before Type Rating to secure a job?
To be scheduled for an airline interview, you have to be enrolled in either A320 or B737NG Type Rating at BAA Training and demonstrate outstanding performance during the course.
3. What about the salary and working conditions at an airline?
Everything related to the working conditions and remuneration will be presented to you during the interview by the company itself.
4. How urgently do the airlines you work with need new hires to start?
Commercial airlines hire pilots in seasons, but ACMI and charter companies hire throughout the year. We represent both types of airlines.
5. Can I get a discount for referring someone to you?
Definitely. If you bring two students who enroll in Type Rating at BAA Training, you will get a 5% discount. Alternatively, we can offer one free Type Rating course for bringing in ten new students.
6. What kind of assessment do I have to take to enroll in this new Type Rating course?
There is no special assessment. To start Type Rating, you only have to meet the standard minimum entry requirements for Type Rating:
- Flight time: 70 hours as a pilot-in-command (PIC)
- English language proficiency: ICAO level 4
- Physical status: Valid Class 1 Medical Certificate
- Licence: Valid CPL (ATPL theory) or ATPL
- Ratings: Valid multi-engine (ME) and instrument rating (IR)
- Qualification course: MCC and Advanced UPRT (only for the first type)
Each airline seeks to hire the best and most experienced pilots that apply to them, and it is not easy to stay competitive when you’re still a student. That is why your cooperation with BAA Training can play a vital role, as we want you to be competitive and are ready to put in a word for you if your actions prove you deserve it.