26 Jan

Will all flying devices fit in the sky?

With the tremendous aviation growth, yearly new aircraft type introduction, new flying device development, and increasing amount of flying routes, a natural question whether it all is going to fit under one sky arises. To make sure that all these questions are answered and aviation possibilities revealed BAA Training is inviting to the Open Door Day on January 30th where information about the pilot profession and training possibilities will be provided.

To ensure, that everyone’s knowledge about aviation is growing, Open Door Day organizer is also expecting to see everyone interested in various branches of aviation too. All those who have ever thought about cabin crew, ground handling, helicopter, aviation management degree, and even drone piloting career possibilities should find their way to BAA Training aviation training base in Vilnius (Lithuania).

Open Door Day takes place at the professional aviation training centre where pilots, instructors, cabin crew, ground handling and other aviation personnel from around the world travel to undergo initial, recurrent, or additional training to improve their performance and ensure that passengers are safe on the ground and in the air. Open Door Day visitors will get an opportunity to visit the facilities and even look inside the Airbus A320 full flight simulator where pilot and cabin crew training is taking place, as well as accept the challenge in the Smoke and Fire Fighting simulator.

Open Door Day is going to take place on the 30th of January, starting 10:30 in the morning at BAA Training (S. Darius ir S. Girenas st. 21, Vilnius, Lithuania) and if you are planning to attend, feel free to register: http://www.baatraining.com/aviation-closer-to-you/

About BAA Training:

BAA Training is European standard aviation training center, where the experience of tailored training solutions is wrapped in the personal care. BAA Training headquarters is in Lithuania and counts more than 20 years of experience in aviation training, while its heritage reaches 1938 – the establishment of the Lithuanian airlines training department. In addition to training base in headquarters it is able to offer training solutions in various Europe, CIS and Asia locations.