About Flight Instructor (FI) program
There is nothing better than passing on your knowledge to others. Flight Instructor Training program is the opportunity to demonstrate an outstanding performance and teach young pilots to fly.
After having completed the required training, the Flight Instructor Rating will allow you to act as a Flight Instructor, teaching Ground School and providing Flight training to other students. Additionally, you get the opportunity to be hired by BAA Training, where you could further build your hours, consolidate your flying skills and always stay connected to the pilot market!
About BAA Training
Theory training is conducted in Vilnius – one of the top cities for students with fairly low cost living expenses. Flight bases for practical training are located in Lithuania and Spain to ensure all-year-round training.
With modern BAA Training facilities and equipment ATPL Integrated course is done in less than 2 years.
BAA Training is one of the TOP 3 biggest independent aviation training centers in Europe. It counts over 20 years of proven experience in pilot training. Students from more than 50 countries have already chosen BAA Training.
BAA Training is proud of its high standard training approach which is acknowledged by a wide pool of partner airlines, as they invite BAA Training alumni to join their crews.
Minimum entry requirements
*PPL(A) holder’s total flight time no less than 200 hours consisting of:
- 150 hours or more as a pilot-in-command;
- No less than 30 hours (minimum 5 hours within the last 6 months) in SEP Class airplane;
- Pilot-in-Command on route with SEP Class airplane – no less than 20 hours (at least one leg distance, no less than 540 km (300 nm));
- Instrument Flight Rules (IFR) experience – no less than 10 hours.
See how our students’ days looks like and what they think about their training
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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.