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 Europe, BAA Training is going to present an exciting Cadet Programme.

Pilot Cadet Programmes are designed for those who are eager to have their office in the sky and looking for the best training solutions along with great career perspectives. By joining the Wizz Air Cadet Programme students will acquire an Air Transport Pilot Licence (ATPL frozen) and they will be secured with a job guarantee at Wizz Air after successful completion of the training.


Open Door Day events

February 2nd Georgia – Hotel City Avenue, D.Agmashenebeli Av. 140B, Tbilisi. Event starts at 10:30 AM
February 10th Ukraine – Hotel Ukraine, Institutskaya St. 4, Kiev. Event starts at 10:30 AM
March 10th Hungary – Mercure Budapest Korona Hotel, Kecskeméti St. 14, Budapest. Event starts at 10:30 AM
March 24th Romania – Europa Royale Bucharest Hotel, Franceză St. 60, Bucharest. Event starts at 10:30 AM

Please do not forget to register for the event by visiting BAA Training website:


In addition, BAA Training has confirmed its attendance at the International Education Fair ‘Skola’ in Riga, Latvia to be held February 23-25th and the Poland International Education Fair ‘Perspectives 2018’, which takes place on 23-24th February 2018 in Warsaw. The aviation training centre is inviting everyone who is researching their career choices to explore opportunities in aviation: pilots, flight attendants, ground handling, aviation management personnel and many more demanded professions.

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