Baltic Aviation Academy preparing helicopter training program

Written by BAA Training

On 2015-05-11

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 business line is an exciting challenge, as well as an opportunity to build better brand awareness, value for our customers and employees, and provide wide range of services to a larger geographical market”, comments Eglė Vaitkevičiūtė, CEO of Baltic Aviation Academy.

In the beginning, the new business line will offer training course for the Private Helicopter Pilot License, however it is set to grow in the near future as the demand for the modular and integrated helicopter training courses is on the rise.

Fast evolving fields where helicopters play important role is directing the expansion of the highly qualified pilot training. Since its invention, helicopters have been hailed for its ability to take off and land vertically, which provides numerous usage opportunities where airplanes are not applicable. To this day, helicopters are widely used for medical and rescue purposes, military and industrious industries, as well as travel in the mountainous regions or quick corporate trips.

More information about the training course as well as upcoming training start dates could be found on Baltic Aviation Academy’s website: Helicopter Training

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