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See the latest news and updates from and about BAA Training Vietnam and discover some interesting facts about aviation.

Latest News

See the latest news and updates from and about BAA Training Vietnam and discover some interesting facts about aviation.

BAA Training Vietnam certificate
19 Sep

New Aviation Training Centre in Vietnam is Ready to Train Pilots

BAA Training Vietnam, brand new aviation training centre, announces being officially ready for training, as the training centre receives Approved Training Organization (ATO) status and the first Airbus A320 full flight simulator is fully assembled and approved by the Civil Aviation Administration of Vietnam. BAA Training Vietnam as a branch of BAA Training, one of the TOP 3 biggest independent aviation training centres in Europe, has been established to assist region with the high quality aviation training. Currently it offers an exclusive Airbus A320 type rating training as it is one of the first training providers in the region to add...

Did You Know What Qualities a Successful Pilot Needs?
11 Sep

Did You Know What Qualities a Successful Pilot Needs?

Every single profession requires particular abilities and personality traits, which enable a person to do his job as good as possible. Did you know the main qualities that a successful pilot needs? What personal qualities are needed for a future pilot before training? The first thing that the one needs to have is a clear view of the goal which should correlate with strong determination and stamina. This is highly important in order to get through training and succeed in finding a job.  During training a person will experience significant highest and lowest points of this theory and practise tests and exams...

white planes in the airport
3 Sep

Pilot-hungry airlines struggle with global pilot shortage

Airlines are facing an increasing pilot shortage worldwide. As a result, they are grounding the aircraft and cancelling flights around the globe. What is the real situation? IndiGo, which is India’s largest passenger airline, grounded 10 Airbus A320-neo aircraft and cancels 30 flights per day due to several reasons including pilot shortage. In addition to this, the number of cancelled domestic flights in Australia reached 10,808 last year. Flybe, European regional airline based in England, cancelled 10 flights at the beginning of April. Therefore, at the same time low-cost airline Ryanair, which operates over 1,800 routes and owns a fleet of...

BAA Training Vietnam
30 Jul

Brand new aviation training centre in Vietnam is ready to open

BAA Training Vietnam – a European standard aviation training provider announces the completion of the construction of a brand new modern aviation training centre in Ho Chi Minh city. 3000-square-meter, strategically located 18km from the airport training facility is designed to accommodate 4 full flight simulators and fulfil the need of the professional aviation training in the region. The brand new training centre has spacious studying and briefing rooms, a VIP lounge and in-house accommodation solution. The newly-built modern training centre will start providing operations with Airbus A320 pilot training as the brand new state-or-the-art Airbus A320ceo full flight simulator (FFS)...

8 Jul

Did You Know What Kind Of Legal Authorities Captain Has During The Flight?

The origins of captain’s authority comes from maritime law and tradition.  A ship’s captain had absolute authority and was the unquestioned commander responsible for the ship, cargo, and crew. The same concept in aviation was applied in the early years, before 1930. Aircraft captain‘s absolute authority became essential after the advent of flying boats. Early regulations, gave the pilot in command (PIC) -while in flight – the final responsibility and authority of the aircraft and crew members. So during the flight the aircraft captain is basically a god. If the situation requires, he/she can deviate from any rule to ensure safety of the...

4 Jul

Did You Know What EASA Is And What It Does?

If you have an ambition to become an airline pilot or if you are a passionate aviation lover, you may have heard the name EASA. The abbreviation letters EASA stand for the European Union Aviation Safety Agency which is the centrepiece of the European Union's strategy for aviation safety. The European Union Aviation Safety Agency was established on the 12th of July, 2002 with the agency's headquarters based in Cologne, Germany. Today EASA has representational offices in Brussels, Washington, Montreal and Beijing. Do you know what the European Union Aviation Safety Agency does? The main goal and mission of EASA are to...

BAA Training new logo
25 Jun

BAA Training redesigned its logo

BAA Training, one of the TOP 3 biggest independent aviation training centres in Europe, introduces aviation community with its redesigned logo. The changes in the company’s identity have been triggered by the continuous growth and geographical expansion of the company. Started in 2006 as Baltic Aviation Academy, the company outgrew the Baltic States market boarders in terms of provided services and in 2015 changed its name to BAA Training. Today the company announces its visual identity updates. BAA Training logo is inspired by the plane as the logo mark of the capital letters “BAA” is an abstract expression of the aircraft...

Why are aircraft windows round
20 Jun

Why Are Aircraft Windows Round?

Whether you love your window seat or choose to stay farther from the window and forget you’re flying, you have surely noticed that all airplane windows are round. However, those windows are round not only for aesthetic reasons. It's a life-saving engineering innovation. Nowadays, it's quite difficult to imagine aircraft having square windows – but this is exactly what they once had. Until the 1950s commercial aircraft had square windows. However, it turned out that aircraft with square windows were slower and flew at a lower altitude. As traveling by plane was becoming more popular and the altitude of flying was...

14 Jun

Why Hard Plane Landing in Bad Weather is Intentional?

The thought of a smooth flight is probably on every passenger‘s mind before taking off. So, what is a smooth flight? The concept usually consists of a calm and easy departure and landing as well. However, a successful landing does not depend on how smooth the touchdown was. In bad weather conditions, passengers of the plane might experience a hard landing, which does not mean that the pilot has fewer skills or is less experienced. It‘s actually done deliberately to make sure that the plane reaches the ground safely. If the pilot has to land the aircraft while it is pouring...

23 Apr

How to Responsibly Use Social Media if You Are a Pilot?

We all know the pilot profession is highly competitive and a pilot himself / herself is sometimes described as a movie star of an air transportation show. However, being a pilot means being visible all the time by everyone, especially on social media. It’s not a secret that many employers are now using social media to identify employees and even to screen potential recruits before deciding if they should offer them a job. Being smart about how you present yourself through social media can have a big impact on your career prospects. As well as making sure that your digital profile...

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