BAA Training presents one more way to acquire a Bachelor’s degree in aviation and a commercial pilot licence at the same time. A Bachelor’s in Aeronautical Engineering and Air Transport Pilot Licence (ATPL (A) frozen) study programme is offered by BAA Training together with Portuguese Atlantica University. This programme is a great option for those who aspire to become well-trained aviation professionals.
This study programme is valuable since a dual degree opens up numerous doors to the competitive and dynamic aviation industry which offers endless career opportunities. Moreover, this time saving option is a possibility to take aeronautical engineering theory lessons online.
- Design and manufacture and aircraft operations
- Maintenance of aeronautics
- Management of the systems related to aircraft and their operations
- Research and development in aeronautics area
- Aeronautic industry
- Environmental management and control services
- Consulting laboratories for research and development
BAA Training is one of the largest European standard aviation training centres with the headquarters in Lithuania, where the experience of tailored training solutions is wrapped up in personal care. Its people are united by the passion for aviation and desire to ensure the efficient training solutions for both pilots and airlines. The academy offers a total of 20+ different Ab Initio training programmes for future pilots. The highest standards of pilot training earned a trusted partner’s reputation to BAA Training among aviation companies all over the world. The academy has launched cadetship programmes with leading airlines in Hungary, Iceland, Lithuania, Vietnam, Laos and Latvia.
The Atlantica University was established in 1996. The university is located in Oeiras and Lisbon, Portugal. It is accredited by Ministério da Educação, Portugal. There are 1,000-1,999 students doing various courses offered by the Atlantica University. The university prepares professionals of various fields from business managers to materials and aeronautic engineers. Atlântica, in partnership with Carbures Group and FIDAM / Airbus, has created the European Research Observatory on Composites, which aims to develop applied research in the areas of engineering, in response to the needs of Industry.
The programme is divided into 2 parts:
- Degree courses taught at the Atlantica University, Portugal.
- Ground and flight training delivered at BAA Training in Lithuania.
Aeronautical Engineering and pilot licences studies are a combined 4-year programme consisting of 8 semesters and flights during the flight season.
The Theoretical part consists of 14 subjects (790 hours) to be completed in 6-8 months.
- Air law
- Operating procedures
- Mass and balance
- Aircraft general knowledge
- Flight planning
- General navigation
- Radio navigation
- Human performance
- Principles of flight
- Aircraft operation manual
Flight training consists of 215 hours including Flight Navigation Procedure Trainer, single-engine, multi-engine aircraft, and a Full Flight Simulator.
- 150 hours – single-engine aircraft
- 13 hours – multi-engine aircraft
- 37 hours – FNPT II (Flight Navigation Procedure Trainer)
- 15 hours – FFS (Full Flight Simulator)
*Flight training sessions lasts from March till October.
BAA Training fleet consists of Cesna 172S, nine Tecnam P2002JF and two Tecnam P2006T. Find out more about our fleet
FLEET AND FNPT II
You will improve your skills both on FNPT II simulator and a real aircraft. BAA Training might offer 10 Tecnam P2002JF, a Cessna 172S and 2 Tecnam P2006T aircraft.
10 x Tecnam P2002JF
|Airplane Length||6,61 m|
|Wing span||8,6 m|
|Airplane height||2,43 m|
|Wing area||11,5 m2|
|Empty weight||360 kg|
|Maximum flight weight||600 kg|
|Engine Type||ROTAX 912S2|
|Power, hp||1 x 100|
|Cruising speed||210 (113) km/h (knots)|
|Practical flight distance||1050 km|
|Crew||1 or 2 pilot|
|Passengers||0 or 1|
2x Tecnam P2006T
|Airplane Length||8,7 m|
|Wing span||11,4 m|
|Airplane height||2,85 m|
|Wing area||14,8 m2|
|Empty weight||800 kg|
|Maximum flight weight||1230 kg|
|Engine Type||ROTAX 912S3|
|Power, hp||2 x 98|
|Cruising speed||250 (135) km/h (knots)|
|Practical flight distance||1250 km|
|Crew||1 or 2 pilot|
|Passengers||3 or 2|
|FNPT II trainer|
|Aircraft for flight simulation||Cesna 172 and Tecnam P2006T|
|Avionics||Garmin G950 IFDS; PFD Garmin GDU-1040; MFD Garmin GDU-1040; ADF Bendix/King KR87|
|Date of manufacture||January, 2013|
|Computer system||3 IBM compatible computers, with Microsoft Windows 7|
|Visual System||Three digital projectors BENQ MX511, one curved screen with 35 degrees vertical by 135 degrees horizontal Field of View with the refresh rate 30 fps.|
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.
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.
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.
Regarding the training programme 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.
Wizz Air Cadet training programme 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
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.
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.
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.
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.
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).