Modular CPL(A) programme pathway

Modular training programme for a commercial pilot licence is designed for those who are willing to divide their studies into modules and acquire licences as they go. A Private Pilot Licence (PPL(A)) comes first and then you proced with additional modules and ATPL theory course needed for an ATPL frozen licence. This programme is the best option for matching various activities and budgeting.Once you have finished with the training you are ready to apply for a First Officer‘s position with an airline!

In order to start Integrated ATPL(A) programme you have to pass an assessment consisting of Profile XT (personality assessment), Compass (aptitude assessment), English test and Structural interview. During training which ranges from 24 to 36 months (the actual duration depends on your performance and ability to pass CAA exams on time) you will have 9 PPL theory subjects under EASA standards combined with 47 hours of practical training. Later on you will proced with Time Building, Night Visual Flight Rules, 14 subjects of ATPL theory course, Instrument Rating, Multi-engine Piston and CPL modules in order to become a professional pilot.

Minimum entry requirements

Age

Over 18 years old

Education

Secondary or higher

Physical status

Valid EASA 1st Class Medical Certificate

Theoretical preparation

Knowledge of Mathematics, Physics, and English is of key importance. During the assessment, the school and exam grades of these disciplines are evaluated additionally. A special skill assessment can be organised by the academy for those having low or no grades from their secondary school

Personal competence and aptitude

All candidates must go through special tests and interviews developed by the selection commission of the BAA Training for social competence and aptitude assessment

Course content

THEORETICAL TRAINING

Theoretical part consists of 9 subjects for a PPL(A) licence and 14 subjects of ATPL(A) theory (775 hours) to be completed in 10 months.

  • Air law
  • Communication
  • Operating procedures
  • Mass and balance
  • Instrumentation
  • Meteorology
  • Aircraft general knowledge
  • Flight planning
  • Performance
  • General navigation
  • Radio navigation
  • Human performance
  • Principles of flight
  • Aircraft operation manual
FLIGHT TRAINING

Flight training consists of 235 hours including Flight Navigation Procedure Trainer, single-engine and multi-engine aircraft.

  • 187 hours – single-engine aircraft
  • 10 hours – multi-engine aircraft
  • 38 hours – FNPT II (Flight Navigation Procedure Trainer)

*Flight training sessions lasts from April till October.

 

BAA Training fleet consists of Cesna 172S, nine Tecnam P2002JF and two Tecnam P2006T. Find out more about our fleet

CAA EXAMINATION
  • 23 exams (9 for a PPL part and 14 for an ATPL part)
INCLUDED

You will be provided with all the material needed for your successful training at BAA Training.

  • ATP(A) CBT (Bristol ATP theory software)
  • BAA bag
  • Vol.5 Radio Navigation book
  • NM-2 ruler
  • PP-1 protractor
  • CB-3 knee board
  • CRP-5
  • Tailor-made uniform
  • Polo shirts for flight season
  • Vol. 1 Flying training book
  • Logbook
WHERE WILL YOU TRAIN AND LIVE

The theoretical part of your training is conducted at the headquarters of the academy in Vilnius, Lithuania. Take a 360 tour.

For the long term accommodation, we offer LOOP hotel. The newly built contemporary design hotel located next to the BAA Training premises is a guarantee of a comfortable stay 1 kilometer away from the International Vilnius Airport and 3 kilometers away from the city centre.

The hotel offers modern single and double rooms for BAA Training students who will have an accesses to fully furnished kitchen and the private lounge zone. The hotel offers all the amenities including the restaurant, self-service laundry & ironing room, a gym room and many more.

The practical training will be held at one of our aerodromes. You could find more information about the aerodromes here.

It is your choice to either stay in Vilnius and commute to the aerodrome every day or temporarily to move to the other city. BAA Training could also offer several partner hotels in convenient locations and at good prices there.

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