Pilot training Tag

30 Apr

MPL – Your Fastest Way to the First Officer’s Seat

If you are an individual with an ambition of becoming an airline pilot, you might have already seen MPL abbreviation while looking for various pilot training programs. It might be a challenge to clearly understand the MPL training pathway, as it is quite a new program in aviation training market. Therefore, we are here to help you by briefly introducing the main features and requirements for the MPL program. MPL origins MPL stands for Multi-Crew Pilot Licence, which was introduced in 2006 by the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) as an airline-specific training program. Why airline-specific? Because this program requires a partnership of an...

3 Jan

Why do pilots say roger that?

Pilots use the phrase “Roger that” when they are in the air. Have you ever thought who the Roger is and why his name appears in the conversations between pilots? The reason goes back to the very first flights. The first plane flight by Wright brothers dates back to 1903. Then they used flares, hand signals and coloured paddles to communicate while the plane was in the air as there was no such thing as radio communication. The aviation technologies developed and pilots started to use the Morse code to communicate in approximately 1915 when air-to-ground voice transmission became possible. Back then they...

17 Oct

Explore BAA Training Cadet Programs and meet us in France!

Explore how to become a pilot by meeting us in France: Paris, Toulouse or Marseille. We are BAA Training, one of the leading Northern European aviation training centres, and we are inviting you to join our road trip around France! In November, we are bringing Career Day events to Paris, Toulouse and Marseille to present our Cadet programs of the leading airlines: Wizz Air SmartLynx Avion Express Even if you have no flying experience, you can start a career path in aviation by joining an airline’s Cadet program. The students will acquire an Air Transport Pilot Licence (ATPL frozen) and will proceed...