ATPL Integrated Virtual

An ATPL Integrated Virtual, just like a standard ATL Integrated program, prepares anyone with little or no aviation experience for the role of a First Officer at an airline. The main difference, however, is that it is delivered virtually instead of the training centre. This way, you do not get dependent on any precise location and can study from the comfort of your home or other settings of your choice. The innovative software program with AI integration will ensure you receive the same high-quality training while learning in a virtual classroom as you would if you opted for the regular ATPL Integrated option. In less than two years of intense pilot training, you will obtain a pilot licence and will be able to explore the aviation industry further.

ATPL Integrated Virtual Vs. standard ATPL Integrated

ATPL in virtual classroomStandard ATPL Integrated
Approximately 4 hours per day8 hours per day
Theory and school examination from anywhere in the worldTheory and school examination at BAA Training in Vilnius
6-8 courses until the Authority examination3-4 courses until the Authority examination CAA exam
Flight training part in SpainFlight training part in Spain

ATPL Integrated Virtual – advantages

Learn from anywhere in the world.

You are not attached to any precise location – you can study at home, in the library, co-working space, etc.

Get superior quality training.

Like a standard ATPL Integrated program, the ATPL Integrated Virtual is an EASA program maintaining the highest industry standards.

Avoid traveling and living abroad expenses.

You will avoid costs that are typically incurred when giving preference to studying at the academy.

Keep maintaining your usual work and social life.

Studying on average 4 hours per day, you will have sufficient time left for your work, hobbies, own business, friends and family.

Stay independent of external factors like Covid-19.

While training virtually, you take fewer risks to face any training disruptions due to the volatile Covid-19 related restrictions.

Participate in live face-to-face classes with an instructor.

It is not a self-study course but instructor-led scheduled classes, just like regular training in the academy.

In addition, the virtual classroom setup guarantees excellent user experience: access to instructor-led lectures, schedules, notifications for upcoming classes or exams, in-class group or peer-to-peer conversations, group assignments, etc.

ATPL Integrated Virtual

An ATPL Integrated Virtual, just like a standard ATL Integrated program, prepares anyone with little or no aviation experience for the role of a First Officer at an airline. The main difference, however, is that it is delivered virtually instead of the training centre. This way, you do not get dependent on any precise location and can study from the comfort of your home or other settings of your choice. The innovative software program with AI integration will ensure you receive the same high-quality training while learning in a virtual classroom as you would if you opted for the regular ATPL Integrated option. In less than two years of intense pilot training, you will obtain a pilot licence and will be able to explore the aviation industry further.

ATPL Integrated Virtual Vs. standard ATPL Integrated

ATPL in virtual classroomStandard ATPL Integrated
Approximately 4 hours per day8 hours per day
Theory and school examination from anywhere in the worldTheory and school examination at BAA Training in Vilnius
6-8 courses until the Authority examination3-4 courses until the Authority examination CAA exam
Flight training part in SpainFlight training part in Spain

ATPL Integrated Virtual – advantages

Learn from anywhere in the world.

You are not attached to any precise location – you can study at home, in the library, co-working space, etc.

Get superior quality training.

Like a standard ATPL Integrated program, the ATPL Integrated Virtual is an EASA program maintaining the highest industry standards.

Avoid traveling and living abroad expenses.

You will avoid costs that are typically incurred when giving preference to studying at the academy.

Keep maintaining your usual work and social life.

Studying on average 4 hours per day, you will have sufficient time left for your work, hobbies, own business, friends and family.

Stay independent of external factors like Covid-19.

While training virtually, you take fewer risks to face any training disruptions due to the volatile Covid-19 related restrictions.

Participate in live face-to-face classes with an instructor.

It is not a self-study course but instructor-led scheduled classes, just like regular training in the academy.

In addition, the virtual classroom setup guarantees excellent user experience: access to instructor-led lectures, schedules, notifications for upcoming classes or exams, in-class group or peer-to-peer conversations, group assignments, etc.

Course content

THEORETICAL TRAINING

Theoretical part consists of 15 subjects (776:15 hours with exams and long briefings) to be completed up to 12 months.

  • Area 100 KSA
  • Air law
  • Operational procedures
  • Mass and balance
  • Instrumentation
  • Meteorology
  • Aircraft general knowledge
  • Flight planning and monitoring
  • Performance
  • General navigation
  • Radio navigation
  • Human performance and limitations
  • Principles of flight
  • VFR/IFR communications
  • Advanced UPRT
FLIGHT TRAINING

Flight training consists of 212 hrs. including training in the Flight Navigation Procedures Trainer, single-engine and multi-engine aircraft as well as Fixed-Base Simulator (FBS).*

  • 145 hours – single-engine aircraft
  • 11 hours – multi-engine aircraft
  • 40 hours – FNPT II
  • 16 hours – FBS

 

*Including time dedicated for flying exams.
**Flight training sessions take place all year round.

Find out more about our fleet here.

KSA100/CBTA

Area 100 KSA (Knowledge, Skills, and Attitudes) is a new subject in theoretical pilot training. It follows a competency-based training and assessment (CBTA) philosophy and is often referred to as a “paradigm shift” that modernizes flight crew training.

 

The aim of Area 100 KSA is to develop and access student pilots’ certain behavioral competencies besides the technical ones. The competencies based on ICAO core principles are the following: communication, leadership and teamwork, problem-solving and decision-making, situation awareness, workload management, and application of knowledge.

 

Students will have to complete one formative assessment, two summative ones, and one mental math test during the theoretical training stage The assessments will verify whether the students are fully equipped with the relevant competencies and have developed a “thinking pilot’s” mindset.

Read more about KSA100

MCC TRAINING

Multi-Crew Cooperation (MCC) training consists of 25 hours of theoretical training and 16 hours of flight training in a full flight simulator (without motion system).

AUTHORITY EXAMINATION
  • Air law
  • Operating procedures
  • Mass and balance
  • Instrumentation
  • Meteorology
  • Aircraft general knowledge
  • Flight planning
  • Performance
  • General navigation
  • Radio navigation
  • Human performance
  • Principles of flight
  • VFR/IFR communications
INCLUDED

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

 

Training materials:

  • Advanced Digital e-books, covering all ATPL subjects
  • Tablet computerVol. 1 Flying training e-book
  • Vol.5 Radio Navigation e-book
  • NM-2 ruler
  • PP-1 protractor
  • CB-3 knee board
  • CRP-5
  • Logbook

Uniform:

  • Tailor-made uniform
  • Polo shirts for the flight season
  • ATP(A) CBT (Bristol ATP theory software)
  • Instructor fees
  • Theory exams at the academy

Equipment:

  • Ipad

Flying:

  • Aircraft fees
  • Fuel
  • Airport landing/parking fees
  • Permit costs for airports
  • VFR, NVFR, IR, MEP fees
  • UPRT, PBN
  • Instructor fees
NOT INCLUDED
  • Assessment procedure – 380 EUR
  • Medical examination for the EASA Class 1 Medical certificate. Please note that it can be less expensive to have medical examination in Lithuania as a fee for there is from 296,60 EUR for men and from 308,78 EUR for women
  • Living expenses and accommodation when you come to take the exams in the Lithuanian CAA (TCA)
  • Examination at the Authority (a fee for one exam at Lithuanian TCA is 37 EUR)
  • Issue of a professional license at Lithuanian CAA – 192 EUR

 

* the specified prices may change depending on service provider price changes

FUNDING

There are several options for students to get a partial or full funding for flight training. It is either a bank loan or different funding institutions in various countries. Find out more.

 

Please note that BAA Training does not provide financial support.

AFTER-CARE PROGRAM

Student aftercare program

 

As part of the student aftercare program, all our ATPL Integrated Virtual training programs’ students get a guaranteed 20% discount for their SEP(land), MEP(land), SEP / IR(A) and MEP / IR(A) rating renewal or revalidation for maintaining licence currency within three years after graduating.

 

The student aftercare program also ensures that our trainees receive proper mentorship not only while studying but also after they are done with their training. BAA Training academy works with many airlines worldwide, providing their flight crews with professional training. Often airlines ask us to refer our independent students who are about to finish or have just finished studies to them to be offered employment. Our independent candidates work in airlines such as Wizz Air, CityJet, Ryanair, GetJet, SmartLynx, Avion Express, Condor, Royal Air Morocco, Nordica, AirBaltic, Norra, etc.

 

One more benefit under the scope of the program is a free Pilot Skills Profile Test via AON’s assessment solutions (https://assessment.aon.com/en-us). This test will be helpful for graduates to understand what valuable skills they have and which ones need improvement. This tool is used by prominent airlines such as SAS, Aer Lingus, Ryanair, etc., to select the best pilots. Therefore, it could be beneficial for pilots to self-access their knowledge and abilities before going to the airlines’ interviews.

WHERE WILL YOU TRAIN AND LIVE?

You will complete your theoretical training virtually and travel to Lithuania to take your Authority exams. Once you are done with theory and Authority exams, you will start your flight training in BAA Trainin’s flight base in Lleida-Alguaire, Spain.

 

In terms of accommodation, we offer LOOP hotel just next to BAA Training’s headquarters in Vilnius. The newly-built contemporary design hotel will provide you with a comfortable stay. LOOP hotel is located 1 kilometre away from the International Vilnius Airport and 3 kilometres away from the city centre.

 

In Lleida, the famous Spanish sunshine is what you get here free of charge. Besides, food and culture are the main things you also need to enjoy in Spain. Lleida offers a wide variety of landscapes, from the high Pyrenees mountains to national parks. In addition, Lleida is rich in its monumental heritage – historic churches and museums. You could also visit plenty of local pubs, cafes and restaurants to taste local dishes and drinks or hang out with friends.

 

With Spain’s warm climate and outdoor lifestyle, you may find yourself spending much of your free time sitting at cafés, enjoying the sun, or exploring the cultural monuments.

TECHNICAL REQUIREMENT

To ensure a smooth training process you need a very good, uninterrupted internet connection.

Course content

THEORETICAL TRAINING

Theoretical part consists of 15 subjects (776:15 hours with exams and long briefings) to be completed up to 12 months.

 

  • Area 100 KSA
  • Air law
  • Operational procedures
  • Mass and balance
  • Instrumentation
  • Meteorology
  • Aircraft general knowledge
  • Flight planning and monitoring
  • Performance
  • General navigation
  • Radio navigation
  • Human performance and limitations
  • Principles of flight
  • VFR/IFR communications
  • Advanced UPRT
FLIGHT TRAINING

Flight training consists of 212 hrs. including training in the Flight Navigation Procedures Trainer, single-engine and multi-engine aircraft as well as Fixed-Base Simulator (FBS).*

 

  • 145 hours – single-engine aircraft
  • 11 hours – multi-engine aircraft
  • 40 hours – FNPT II
  • 16 hours – FBS

 

*Including time dedicated for flying exams.
**Flight training sessions take place all year round.

 

Find out more about our fleet here.

KSA100/CBTA

Area 100 KSA (Knowledge, Skills, and Attitudes) is a new subject in theoretical pilot training. It follows a competency-based training and assessment (CBTA) philosophy and is often referred to as a “paradigm shift” that modernizes flight crew training.

 

The aim of Area 100 KSA is to develop and access student pilots’ certain behavioral competencies besides the technical ones. The competencies based on ICAO core principles are the following: communication, leadership and teamwork, problem-solving and decision-making, situation awareness, workload management, and application of knowledge.

 

Students will have to complete one formative assessment, two summative ones, and one mental math test during the theoretical training stage The assessments will verify whether the students are fully equipped with the relevant competencies and have developed a “thinking pilot’s” mindset.

Read more about KSA100

MCC TRAINING

Multi-Crew Cooperation (MCC) training consists of 25 hours of theoretical training and 16 hours of flight training in a full flight simulator (without motion system).

AUTHORITY EXAMINATION
  • Air law
  • Operating procedures
  • Mass and balance
  • Instrumentation
  • Meteorology
  • Aircraft general knowledge
  • Flight planning
  • Performance
  • General navigation
  • Radio navigation
  • Human performance
  • Principles of flight
  • VFR/IFR communications
INCLUDED

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

 

Training materials:

  • Advanced Digital e-books, covering all ATPL subjects
  • Tablet computerVol. 1 Flying training e-book
  • Vol.5 Radio Navigation e-book
  • NM-2 ruler
  • PP-1 protractor
  • CB-3 knee board
  • CRP-5
  • Logbook

Uniform:

  • Tailor-made uniform
  • Polo shirts for the flight season
  • ATP(A) CBT (Bristol ATP theory software)
  • Instructor fees
  • Theory exams at the academy

Equipment:

  • Ipad

Flying:

  • Aircraft fees
  • Fuel
  • Airport landing/parking fees
  • Permit costs for airports
  • VFR, NVFR, IR, MEP fees
  • UPRT, PBN
  • Instructor fees
NOT INCLUDED
  • Assessment procedure – 380 EUR
  • Medical examination for the EASA Class 1 Medical certificate. Please note that it can be less expensive to have medical examination in Lithuania as a fee for there is from 296,60 EUR for men and from 308,78 EUR for women
  • Living expenses and accommodation when you come to take the exams in the Lithuanian CAA (TCA)
  • Examination at the Authority (a fee for one exam at Lithuanian TCA is 37 EUR)
  • Issue of a professional license at Lithuanian CAA – 192 EUR

 

* the specified prices may change depending on service provider price changes

FUNDING

There are several options for students to get a partial or full funding for flight training. It is either a bank loan or different funding institutions in various countries. Find out more.

 

Please note that BAA Training does not provide financial support.

AFTER-CARE PROGRAM

Student aftercare program

 

As part of the student aftercare program, all our ATPL Integrated Virtual training programs’ students get a guaranteed 20% discount for their SEP(land), MEP(land), SEP / IR(A) and MEP / IR(A) rating renewal or revalidation for maintaining licence currency within three years after graduating.

 

The student aftercare program also ensures that our trainees receive proper mentorship not only while studying but also after they are done with their training. BAA Training academy works with many airlines worldwide, providing their flight crews with professional training. Often airlines ask us to refer our independent students who are about to finish or have just finished studies to them to be offered employment. Our independent candidates work in airlines such as Wizz Air, CityJet, Ryanair, GetJet, SmartLynx, Avion Express, Condor, Royal Air Morocco, Nordica, AirBaltic, Norra, etc.

 

One more benefit under the scope of the program is a free Pilot Skills Profile Test via AON’s assessment solutions (https://assessment.aon.com/en-us). This test will be helpful for graduates to understand what valuable skills they have and which ones need improvement. This tool is used by prominent airlines such as SAS, Aer Lingus, Ryanair, etc., to select the best pilots. Therefore, it could be beneficial for pilots to self-access their knowledge and abilities before going to the airlines’ interviews.

WHERE WILL YOU TRAIN AND LIVE?

You will complete your theoretical training virtually and travel to Lithuania to take your Authority exams. Once you are done with theory and Authority exams, you will start your flight training in BAA Trainin’s flight base in Lleida-Alguaire, Spain.

 

In terms of accommodation, we offer LOOP hotel just next to BAA Training’s headquarters in Vilnius. The newly-built contemporary design hotel will provide you with a comfortable stay. LOOP hotel is located 1 kilometre away from the International Vilnius Airport and 3 kilometres away from the city centre.

 

In Lleida, the famous Spanish sunshine is what you get here free of charge. Besides, food and culture are the main things you also need to enjoy in Spain. Lleida offers a wide variety of landscapes, from the high Pyrenees mountains to national parks. In addition, Lleida is rich in its monumental heritage – historic churches and museums. You could also visit plenty of local pubs, cafes and restaurants to taste local dishes and drinks or hang out with friends.

 

With Spain’s warm climate and outdoor lifestyle, you may find yourself spending much of your free time sitting at cafés, enjoying the sun, or exploring the cultural monuments.

TECHNICAL REQUIREMENT

To ensure a smooth training process you need a very good, uninterrupted internet connection.

Minimum entry requirements

Age

Over 18 years old

Education

Secondary or higher

Physical status

Valid EASA 1st Class Medical Certificate

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

Theoretical preparation

Knowledge of Mathematics, Physics, and English is of key importance.

Steps of the preselection process:

1. Contact us

Please fill out the form below in order to get your personal manager at BAA Training who will guide you through the whole preselection process.

2. Initial discussion on terms, conditions and answers to possible Qs

You will be reached by email or phone to discuss your needs and terms of application. At this stage, the personal manager will answer all of your questions.

3. Document screening and schedule of the assessment date

After you provide your CV, scanned copy of your passport valid to travel abroad and educational documents you are ready to set the date of the assessment.

4. Candidate assessment

Go through the candidate assessment process allowing to assess whether you possess certain personal traits, competencies, cognitive abilities and skills, English language knowledge and motivation necessary for a successful pilot.

The assessment is conducted through the reliable and valid test system Cut-e as well as a semi-structural interview.

Minimum entry requirements

Age

Over 18 years old

Education

Secondary or higher

Physical status

Valid EASA 1st Class Medical Certificate

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

Theoretical preparation

Knowledge of Mathematics, Physics, and English is of key importance.

Steps of the preselection process:

1. Contact us

Please fill out the form below in order to get your personal manager at BAA Training who will guide you through the whole preselection process.

2. Initial discussion on terms, conditions and answers to possible Qs

You will be reached by email or phone to discuss your needs and terms of application. At this stage, the personal manager will answer all of your questions.

3. Document screening and schedule of the assessment date

After you provide your CV, scanned copy of your passport valid to travel abroad and educational documents you are ready to set the date of the assessment.

4. Candidate assessment

Go through the candidate assessment process allowing to assess whether you possess certain personal traits, competencies, cognitive abilities and skills, English language knowledge and motivation necessary for a successful pilot.

The assessment is conducted through the reliable and valid test system Cut-e as well as a semi-structural interview.

Candidate’s Assessment

A candidate’s assessment is a procedure carried out to determine whether you possess the necessary qualities and skills to become a pilot.

The entire assessment takes 4.5 hours and consists of the four following parts:

  • cut-e cognitive abilities;
  • cut-e English;
  • cut-e personal traits, competencies;
  • interview with an assessment specialist.

The assessment could be done either at a training centre or online. In both cases, the procedure is the same, with the exception that online assessment you can do at any convenient location.

Candidate’s Assessment

A candidate’s assessment is a procedure carried out to determine whether you possess the necessary qualities and skills to become a pilot.

The entire assessment takes 4.5 hours and consists of the four following parts:

  • cut-e cognitive abilities;
  • cut-e English;
  • cut-e personal traits, competencies;
  • interview with an assessment specialist.

The assessment could be done either at a training centre or online. In both cases, the procedure is the same, with the exception that online assessment you can do at any convenient location.

Let's talk!

Let us know how we can help you. Please fill out the form below and we will do our best to get in touch within one working day to discuss your personal needs and requirements.

Considering the situation related to international travel, in order to have smooth journey and avoid possible inconveniences while crossing the borders, we highly recommend checking the information regarding travelling from your country to Lithuania.

Let's talk!

Let us know how we can help you. Please fill out the form below and we will do our best to get in touch within one working day to discuss your personal needs and requirements.

Considering the situation related to international travel, in order to have smooth journey and avoid possible inconveniences while crossing the borders, we highly recommend checking the information regarding travelling from your country to Lithuania.




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    It was a great training session, Paul is a great instructor that keeps us all very interested in learning and there was also an excellent interaction. The content is very useful which we should keep in mind for life. Technically we didn't lose anything of doing this training on a web-based platform, so I think BAA Training should consider this format for the future. I'm very happy with your support and with the training I received.

    Eurico from Portugal,

    BAA Training indeed could offer everything I was looking for: a competitive price, beautiful aircraft to fly, job security as a First Officer with SmartLynx at the end of my training, and young, competent, open and always helpful staff and the Management.

    Patrizio Pochetti,
    SmartLynx Cadet

    Being a part of BAA Training is a great experience! I appreciate the quality of the instructors and facilities. Also it is so good to be sure that I can always count on the help of the staff. Moreover, I like the way the airline is checking our progression which is quite promising for the future. They truly care about their cadets!

    Arthur Biberian ,
    SmartLynx Cadet

    Instructors at BAA Training are professionals sharing the best experience and knowledge with students, indeed. The staff is also very friendly and ready to help handle any issue. I would really recommend BAA Training for future pilots willing to have the best and up-to-date knowledge as well as experience for their next step carrier.

    Tomas Miežis,
    ATPL theory student

    By combining pilot training with bachelor studies, you gain double advantage. With this study program you not only get pilot license, but bachelor degree as well, which will be a huge advantage on your CV not mentioning your professional experience.

    Marians Purmalis,
    Aviation Management student

    Regarding the training program with BAA Training I'm really happy about the idea to have our flying season in the summer right after the theory course and before the other theory course in autumn starts. It allows us to have a "break" and flying reminds us why we are doing the training. Even though the theory is the hard part of a pilot training, I still really liked to do it at BAA Training, mainly because our ground instructors did their best to make the theory easier by being really patient and available whenever we need them.

    Marvin Germaini,
    Wizz Air Cadet

    Wizz Air Cadet training program is prepared by professionals and adjusted to let us start our job of dream as fast as possible. The schedule is tight but this is necessary to complete the training within the given time. The instructors are experienced people with passion for flying. The way they share their knowledge with us made our way of becoming professional pilots much easier

    Łukasz Laskowski,
    Wizz Air Cadet

    I chose the Integrated ATPL, because it's effective - I was able to finish it in just over 1,5 years. I found all the instructors to be very helpful and they really put energy and time into teaching both the theory and the flying part.

    Per Ljung,
    Boeing 737 Pilot

    From the very beginning I knew that being an instructor requires special skills, knowledge and patience that were a challenge for me. Although the Flight Instructor course lasted only a few weeks, I found the professional guidance and training on all fronts. This allowed to pass the knowledge and skills to the new generation of future airline pilots.

    Abdelrahman Mowafi ,
    Flight Instructor at BAA Training

    During my flying season I had an opportunity to fly with many instructors, learn from their different experience, which shared with me. So in the end I could say that I managed to become a cadet pilot only with BAA Training instructors’ help.

    Marija Vaiciulionyte ,
    Student at BAA Training

    Not only BAA Training is growing fast, but it also cares about every single student! Flight instructors and examiners are really friendly and have great experience. Also, they speak fluent English or even other languages.

    Dovydas Valadkevicius,
    Student at BAA Training

    Sincere thanks to all my instructors, managers and everyone else supporting me throughout my training. I wish the best of luck to all my colleagues and the future students joining the dream maker (aka BAA Training).

    Cosmin Puscas ,
    Student at BAA Training




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      It was a great training session, Paul is a great instructor that keeps us all very interested in learning and there was also an excellent interaction. The content is very useful which we should keep in mind for life. Technically we didn't lose anything of doing this training on a web-based platform, so I think BAA Training should consider this format for the future. I'm very happy with your support and with the training I received.

      Eurico from Portugal,

      BAA Training indeed could offer everything I was looking for: a competitive price, beautiful aircraft to fly, job security as a First Officer with SmartLynx at the end of my training, and young, competent, open and always helpful staff and the Management.

      Patrizio Pochetti,
      SmartLynx Cadet

      Being a part of BAA Training is a great experience! I appreciate the quality of the instructors and facilities. Also it is so good to be sure that I can always count on the help of the staff. Moreover, I like the way the airline is checking our progression which is quite promising for the future. They truly care about their cadets!

      Arthur Biberian ,
      SmartLynx Cadet

      Instructors at BAA Training are professionals sharing the best experience and knowledge with students, indeed. The staff is also very friendly and ready to help handle any issue. I would really recommend BAA Training for future pilots willing to have the best and up-to-date knowledge as well as experience for their next step carrier.

      Tomas Miežis,
      ATPL theory student

      By combining pilot training with bachelor studies, you gain double advantage. With this study program you not only get pilot license, but bachelor degree as well, which will be a huge advantage on your CV not mentioning your professional experience.

      Marians Purmalis,
      Aviation Management student

      Regarding the training program with BAA Training I'm really happy about the idea to have our flying season in the summer right after the theory course and before the other theory course in autumn starts. It allows us to have a "break" and flying reminds us why we are doing the training. Even though the theory is the hard part of a pilot training, I still really liked to do it at BAA Training, mainly because our ground instructors did their best to make the theory easier by being really patient and available whenever we need them.

      Marvin Germaini,
      Wizz Air Cadet

      Wizz Air Cadet training program is prepared by professionals and adjusted to let us start our job of dream as fast as possible. The schedule is tight but this is necessary to complete the training within the given time. The instructors are experienced people with passion for flying. The way they share their knowledge with us made our way of becoming professional pilots much easier

      Łukasz Laskowski,
      Wizz Air Cadet

      I chose the Integrated ATPL, because it's effective - I was able to finish it in just over 1,5 years. I found all the instructors to be very helpful and they really put energy and time into teaching both the theory and the flying part.

      Per Ljung,
      Boeing 737 Pilot

      From the very beginning I knew that being an instructor requires special skills, knowledge and patience that were a challenge for me. Although the Flight Instructor course lasted only a few weeks, I found the professional guidance and training on all fronts. This allowed to pass the knowledge and skills to the new generation of future airline pilots.

      Abdelrahman Mowafi ,
      Flight Instructor at BAA Training

      During my flying season I had an opportunity to fly with many instructors, learn from their different experience, which shared with me. So in the end I could say that I managed to become a cadet pilot only with BAA Training instructors’ help.

      Marija Vaiciulionyte ,
      Student at BAA Training

      Not only BAA Training is growing fast, but it also cares about every single student! Flight instructors and examiners are really friendly and have great experience. Also, they speak fluent English or even other languages.

      Dovydas Valadkevicius,
      Student at BAA Training

      Sincere thanks to all my instructors, managers and everyone else supporting me throughout my training. I wish the best of luck to all my colleagues and the future students joining the dream maker (aka BAA Training).

      Cosmin Puscas ,
      Student at BAA Training