January 2018

31 Jan

Did You Know Why A320-family is the Bestselling Narrow-body Aircraft?

It is calculated that around 70% (20,242 planes) of the total demand for aircraft over the next two decades will be for the narrow-body variety, and Airbus A320-family aircraft is considered to be a winner in this market. Let’s uncover why it is the world's bestselling narrow-body aircraft: A lot of sales come from Asia-Pacific region, as it has a driving demand for low-cost carriers, or LCCs, that demand more narrow-body aircraft. It is estimated by Airbus, that 8,000 new aircraft will be acquired by the Asian Pacific airlines over the next 20 years. The A320, as claimed by Airbus,...

30 Jan

Do you see yourself as a Wizz Air pilot? Meet us in Kiev and discover more!

BAA Training would like to invite you to meet up in Kiev, Ukraine, on 10th of February at the Ukraine Hotel (4 Instytutska Str., 01001, Kiev, Ukraine) and learn how to join the Wizz Air Cadet Programme even if you have no previous flying experience! Have you always been dreaming about aviation and becoming a pilot? By joining the Wizz Air Cadet Programme you will acquire an Air Transport Pilot Licence (ATPL frozen) and be secured with the job guarantee at WIZZ after the successful completion of the training. The largest low-cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe is looking for aspiring...

29 Jan

Avion Express – your future employer?

When pursuing a new job, we mainly focus on ourselves – how to deliver yourself in front of a potential employer? What benefits could we bring to the company in case of employment? While it is the key approach for a successful job hunt, it is also important to understand what you are applying for. Is that the airline that you are willing to commit to and perform at your best for at least several upcoming years? Does this company have corporate traits that will be able to meet your career expectations? There is no need to ‘reinvent the wheel’,...

29 Jan

Lifelike engagement kicks-in the aviation training

Constant development is the golden key to your success regardless of the area of your activity. Therefore, when it comes to aviation training centres, innovations and technological advancements implemented into the training process are inevitable. Along with academic approach applied to training, it is crucial for it to be engaging, accessible, effective and entertaining as well. For example, training involving virtual reality technology contributes not only to a stronger student’s engagement in the learning process but also enhances the learning experience. Technology empowers students to be more creative and more connected. In aviation training, like in any other field, it...

26 Jan

BAA Training on a road trip around Europe to present Wizz Air Cadet Programme

One of the leading North European aviation training centres, BAA Training, announces its road trip around Europe. During February and March the aviation training centre brings Open Door Day events to Georgia, Hungary, Romania and Ukraine presenting Wizz Air Pilot Cadet Programme for all of you dreaming of becoming a pilot. The free events will welcome everyone who is interested in becoming a pilot and wants to learn more about the profession itself and ways to achieve it. Working in cooperation with Wizz Air, the largest low-cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe and one of the fastest growing airlines in...

23 Jan

Do you see yourself as a Wizz Air pilot? Meet us in Tbilisi and discover more!

BAA Training would like to invite you to meet up in Tbilisi, Georgia, on 3rd of February at the Hotel City Avenue (D.Agmashenebeli Avenue #140B) and learn how to join the Wizz Air Cadet Programme even if you have no previous flying experience! Have you always been dreaming about aviation and becoming a pilot? By joining the Wizz Air Cadet Programme you will acquire an Air Transport Pilot Licence (ATPL frozen) and be secured with the job guarantee at WIZZ after the sucessful completion of the training. The largest low-cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe is looking for aspiring future pilots to join...

22 Jan

BAA Training student pilot uniform

Like many flight academies worldwide, BAA Training imposes a certain dress code upon its students. All students are obliged to wear the student pilot uniform each day except on Fridays. On Friday we are allowed to dress casually, however still within the limits of a dress code. BAA student pilot uniform consists of shirts, cardigans, a tie (slim, black) and pants. Interesting enough, no epaulettes. More about this later. Each part of the uniform is specifically tailored to your size and I find this very nice. Good job on this one BAA! The shirts are the typical white pilot shirts. You can...

19 Jan

Did You Know: differences between B737CL and B737NG

All around the world there is a Boeing B737 that takes off or lands about every 5 seconds. Today, the Next Generation Boeing, or better known as the more easily pronounced “NG”, has gone over to dominate the current skies. Its predecessors, the Boeing B737-300/-400/-500, now referred as “B737 Classic”, had once done the same with short haul travels. Even though the numbers of earlier models are gradually decreasing, there are still plenty being operated by airlines worldwide, so these aircraft can be easily spotted. The question is how to separate each type? One of the most noticeable differences these two...

3 Jan

The world’s smallest jets: BD-5 or FLS Microjet

Everyone is so passionate about huge aviation machines. We have already reviewed the 10 world’s largest airplanes, introduced you with the largest flying boat ever built, the largest helicopter in the world and the biggest aircraft engine. What about the smallest inventions? Did you know what the smallest jet ever built is? If you ever hear someone talking about the smallest jet in the world it means that they are talking about a high performance, aerobatic, single seat, low-wing, all metal, jet-powered aircraft called FLS.  The FLS was originally created by a small company - Bede Aircraft in the 1970s. Therefore,...