Step 1:

A purpose of flying and a licence you seek

If you have a passion and motivation to fly an aeroplane, first of all, you need to decide if you would like to become a pilot for your own pleasure or build a career in aviation. The answer will guide you towards the type of licence you need.

Step 2:

Choose training programme for your desired licence

It is the right moment for you to choose a training programme to acquire the desired licence. A full list of pilot training programmes may seem confusing at a first sight, therefore, we have prepared a simplified table of different training programmes that are available at BAA Training.

It is great if you know which programme you want to enrol on, however, do not worry if you are not completely sure. Our managers will guide you through the differences among the programmes and help you to decide which one suits your needs best.

Step 3:

Get your personal manager

Now it is the time you get a personal manager who will show how to sign up for a pilot training course. If you have any questions or need assistance with legal documents, Visas and permissions, or would like to visit the academy first, contact us.

Step 4:

Selection process

If you have discussed your future perspectives and decided on the programme, the next thing you need to do is to pass selection tests* at the academy. Book your time via personal manager for all the tests.

Profile XT test

A personality test helps to determine if you are the right fit for the position.

Compass test

A computerised test evaluates your aptitude.

English language test

A written test assess your ability to read and write in English.

Individual interview

A structural face to face interview.

Interview with an airline *

An airline's assessment of a Cadet candidate.

Applicable only if you apply for Cadet Programmes.
** Depending on the situation, some parts of the selection tests may be completed online.

Step 5:

Medical examination

Whether you are about to become a private or a commercial pilot, we strongly advise you to undergo a medical examination* before the start of your training. It is better to be sure you meet Class 1 or 2 medical requirements. See more about medical examination

* If you do not hold any licence, your medical certificate must be issued in Lithuania according to Lithuanian CAA. If you already hold a licence you will only need to validate your medical certificate in Lithuania.

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You are equipped to start your pilot training. Let the adventures begin!

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Happy Pilots

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 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.

Marvin Germaini,
Wizz Air Cadet

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

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