Baltic Aviation Academy brings news to APATS’15

Written by BAA Training

On 2015-09-09

Baltic Aviation Academy, aviation training academy working under European standards, traditionally will participate in one of the main Asia Pacific aviation events – Asia Pacific Aviation Training 2015 in Bangkok, Thailand. It will already be a 12th APATS event addressing industries’ attention to the main aviation training topics and encouraging sharing experience globally.

Baltic Aviation Academy invites conference and exhibition attendees to visit their booth and learn more about the new developments of training solutions that has been added within this year. In 2014 Baltic Aviation Academy doubled student number, compared to the previous year. A number of students for the type rating training increased by 117%, and made it go over 2000 students in 2014. The growing focus on the Cabin Crew training also significantly raised student number. Through the new Initial Cabin Crew training course, providing fundamental knowledge to start cabin crew career, training centre prepared 187% more professionals in 2014. In addition to that, academy added Helicopter training to its training field and started working on UAV/UAS (drone) training.

“Baltic Aviation Academy has grown significantly in the past few years not only in terms of aviation training branches, but also widening its geographical coverage. And today our academy is on the verge of new great changes. Therefore we are eager to share the news with the industry and it is very symbolic, that the new beginning will start at APATS’15”, comments Egle Vaitkeviciute, the CEO at Baltic Aviation Academy.

To get all the latest news about the Baltic Aviation Academy’s development please visit the both Nr. 506. To schedule the meeting with companies’ representatives please write us at [email protected]

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