18 Sep

Baltic Aviation Academy participates at APATS 2014

This year Baltic Aviation Academy once again participates at the Asia Pacific Airline Training Symposium (APATS) 2014 held in Centara Grand Convention Centre, Bangkok, Thailand on 23-24 September. This event is the one of the most important meetings in the Asia Pacific region for civil aviation training. A two-day event brings together airlines, training providers, equipment manufacturers, airframe manufacturers and software and content providers from across the region. The aim of this event is to increase networking opportunities, share experience in providing solutions, and develop learning opportunities.

Operating within the Asia Pacific region, Baltic Aviation Academy takes part at APATS introducing to the audience its key services: flight crew training, training management software MOMook, and flight simulator support provider SimHelp. Baltic Aviation Academy is EASA Approved Training Organization (ATO) providing high quality Ab Initio, Type Rating, Ground Handling and Cabin Crew courses. MOMook is intelligent business management software designed specifically for flight crew training centres helping managers to organize the entire training system, increase efficiency, and simplify monitoring capabilities. SimHelp provides full service for flight simulator centres including aviation engineering expertise, equipment supply, repair and maintenance, and spare parts.

“Taking part in this event is an opportunity to foster existing relationship with our partners and clients. The summit also provides opportunity to meet interesting people for developing further Baltic Aviation Academy business prospects.“ commented Egle Vaitkeviciute, CEO of Baltic Aviation Academy.

APATS 2014 is organized by Halldale Media Ltd. ARINC Industry Activities seeks to be recognized as the international authority in the aviation training device industry.