New Pilot Training Program Developed in Cooperation with ENAC

You will not become a pilot overnight, but eventually, you will have these moments when you understand the magnitude of flight. The first step, however, is to choose the right training program. BAA Training has partnered with École Nationale de l’Aviation Civile (ENAC), a leading aviation university in Europe, to provide airlines and individual students with world-class Ab Initio training. From now you can make the most out of the knowledge and expertise we have pooled together to create a fully-fledged EASA program.

About ENAC

ENAC is a leading aeronautics and aviation university in Europe established in 1949. It provides professional training to civil aviation personnel, such as Air Traffic Controllers, ATSEPs, and more. It is known for conducting ATPL and MPL training for airlines, such as Air France, EasyJet, Transavia, Lao Airline, Oman Air, Royal Air Maroc, etc.

Partnership between BAA Training and ENAC

The partnership between BAA Training and ENAC partnership dates back to 2019, when we started conducting parts of ATPL Integrated training for ENAC’s students. In 2020, we got an opportunity to work with some of ENAC’s clients – ran MCC and JOC training to Air France’s cadets and flight training to Royal Air Maroc. With the new program developed in partnership with ENAC, we offer exceptional service and flexibility for individual, self-sponsored students.

Shared values of BAA Training and ENAC

Both BAA Training and ENAC are dominant and recognized players in the aviation training industry with shared values and a primary focus on offering top-quality, sustainable pilot training solutions.

ENAC, for instance, has been testing the Velis Electro aircraft, which is a part of ENAC’s desire to reduce the carbon footprint and noise nuisance on all its pilot training. BAA Training also advocates for sustainable aviation. We use unleaded Avgas 100LL aviation fuel supplied by Air BP, which results in lower lead emissions impacting the environment.

Minimum entry requirements

Age

Over 18 years old

Theoretical preperation

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

Physical status

Valid EASA 1st Class medical Certificate

Education

Secondary or higher

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

Steps of the preselection process:

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

After you fill the contact form below, 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.

2. Document screening and schedule of the assessment date

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

3. Candidate assessment

A candidate’s assessment is a procedure fully carried out by BAA Training. It helps us determine whether a candidate possesses the necessary qualities and skills to become a pilot.

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

  • Cognitive abilities / Aon Assessment Solutions test system
  • English / Aon Assessment Solutions test system
    Personal traits, competencies / Aon Assessment Solutions test system
  • Interview with an assessment specialist.

The assessment can be done either at our training centre or online.

In both cases, the procedure is the same, except that you can do the online assessment at any convenient location.

ATPL Preselection

Program structure

BAA Training will deliver ground school, VFR training and final stage of MCC , whereas ENAC will step in for Bridge VFR and IFR training phases.

ATPL Theory VFR PART Bridge – IFR part MCC
Hours 780 75 aircraft 87 aircraft, 43 FNPT II 16
Duration in weeks 36 18 38 2

Where you will train and live

The ground school training will be delivered in Vilnius, Lithuania, where BAA Training is based. VFR flights will take place in one of BAA Training’s Spanish bases – Lleida–Alguaire Airport or Castellon Airport. Traveling to France will be necessary for IFR flight training.

Academy

The ground school training will be delivered in Vilnius, Lithuania, where BAA Training is based.

VFR flights will take place in Spain, one of BAA Training’s bases – Lleida–Alguaire Airport or Castellon Airport.

Flights
Enac

Bridge courses and IFR flights will take place in France in ENAC’s flight bases. Depending on the workload locations could be alternatively Carcassonne, Montpellier, Saint-Yan and/or Grenoble.

 

Accommodation: It is recommended to select the accommodation option for the training part performed in ENAC premises. Accommodation separately or accommodation with meals can be provided throught out all training part done with ENAC at their premises.

Let's talk!

To make a choice, even the smallest questions should be cleared. Feel absolutely free to reach us with your queries, we will do our best to provide you with all the answers. Make a confident start in aviation.



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