On 1st of October, aviation training centre Baltic Aviation Academy receives approved training organisation certificate under EASA which was issued by Lithuanian Civil Aviation Authority. Flight Training Organization and Type Rating Training Organization that were approved under JAR-FCL have become approved under Part-ORA.
Pursuant to Commission Regulation, the Civil Aviation Administration of the Republic of Lithuania hereby certifies as a Part – ORA certified training organisation with the privilege to provide Part – FCL training courses, including the use of Flight Simulation Training Device (FSTD).
‘We strongly believe that this approval shows our training centre’s credibility ensuring that clients will receive nothing but the highest quality services. Moreover, Baltic Aviation Academy, as the aviation training centre, has a mission to not only provide high quality trainings but also induct the new ways of training to enhance safety and increase pilot proficiency while making the learning process easier to manage,’ commented Egle Vaitkeviciute, Chief Executive Officer at Baltic Aviation Academy.
ATO certificate to Baltic Aviation Academy has obtained the privilege to provide and conduct the following Part – FCL training courses and to use the following FSTDs training courses for ATPL integrated course, CPL modular course, IR modular course, PPL training course. In addition, Baltic Aviation Academy’s Type rating for Airbus A320, Airbus A330, Airbus A340, ATR 42/72, Boeing B747-400, Boeing B757/B767, Boeing B737-900, Boeing B777, Bombardier CRJ100, Bombardier Dash 8, Embraer 135/145, Embraer 170, SAAB 2000, SAAB 340 as well type rating and synthetic flight instructor, type rating refreshing training courses for the listed types.
The issued certificate also included approved Full Flight Simulators in Vilnius (Lithuania), Copenhagen (Denmark), Brussels (Belgium), Amsterdam (The Netherlands), Prague (Czech Republic), Madrid (Spain), Rome (Italy), Morlaix (France), Berlin (Germany), Helsinki (Finland), Exeter (United Kingdom), Dublin (Ireland), Vienna (Austria), Baku (Azerbaijan), Zurich (Switzerland), Amman (Jordan).
This certificate is valid whilst the approved organisation remains in compliance with Part – ORA, Part – FCL and other applicable regulations.