Tag: cadet program

BAA Training to Train Turkish Airlines Pilots

Reading Time: 2 minutes Turkish Airlines, one of the top airlines in the world, has signed a contract with BAA Training for a Cadet training program. One of the TOP 3 biggest independent aviation training centers in Europe, BAA Training, is proud to announce that it will deliver training to almost 300 cadets for the airline in 3.5 years. […]

Cadet Type Rating Program: A Life Belt For Pilots Or For Airlines?

Reading Time: 4 minutes For those seeking a career in the skies, there is now a great opportunity to pursue their dreams. Recently, the market has been filled with positive news – pilot Cadet programs have appeared in the market. There was a time not so long ago when the aspiring future pilots had to pay for their training […]

Multi-Crew Pilot Licence. What Do We Know?

Reading Time: 4 minutes Aviation training is the backbone of the aviation industries. On top of it all, it has never been as diverse as it is today with aviation training institutions so eagerly encouraging young generations to pass through the door to aviation. Aspiring future pilots can opt out from multiple programmes, integrated courses, separate modules and many […]

BAA Training To Prepare Over 650 New Pilots

Reading Time: 2 minutes BAA Training, one of the largest aviation training centres in Northern Europe, announces that more than 650 future pilots will enrol on BAA Training’s Ab Initio programmes until the end of 2021. Recently, BAA Training has launched five new cadet programmes. Partnership agreements to support future talents were signed with Wizz Air, Lao Skyway, Small […]

BAA Training Starts Cadet Program With Small Planet Airlines

Reading Time: 2 minutes BAA Training, European standard aviation training centre, widens its partners’ list for ab initio pilot training and starts cooperation with Small Planet Airlines, one of the fastest growing independent leisure airlines in Europe. The main purpose of the recently launched cadet program is to establish eased opportunities for talented youngsters to become pilots and support […]

Find Out What It Takes to Become a Wizz Air Pilot

Reading Time: 2 minutes BAA Training, European standard aviation training centre, is organizing an Open Day for Wizz Air Cadet Program in Bucharest, Romania, on 13th of May, where aspiring future pilots can find out all about the program and steps to become one of WIZZ’s top-class pilots. Wizz Air Cadet Program is a perfect opportunity for aviation enthusiasts […]

BAA Training Invites Future Wizz Air Cadets to Meet in Warsaw

Reading Time: 2 minutes BAA Training, European standard aviation training center, is inviting all aspiring future pilots to the Wizz Air Cadet Program Open Day on 25 March, in Warsaw, Poland. During the Open Day, BAA Training will walk the participants through the application and assessment process as well as the structure of Wizz Air Cadet Program, while representatives […]

Close to 100 % State Funding of Commercial Pilot Education in Norway from 2017

Reading Time: 1 minute The Norwegian parliament has decided that Norwegian students for commercial pilot education now will get close to 100 % funding from the Norwegian State Educational Loan Fund. This is a very beneficial funding with no requirement for securing of the loan, no interest during education and a moderate pay back scheme. Frode Granlund CEO of […]

Wizz Air Starts New Cadet Program for Future Pilots

Reading Time: 1 minute Wizz Air, the largest low-cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe, announced the launch of a new Wizz Air Cadet Program in partnership with BAA Training. BAA Training was selected to provide tailored training solutions for WIZZ’s significant demand for future pilots. The five year agreement will recruit up to 150 cadets and will be […]

BAA Training Starts Wizz Air Cadet Program for Future Pilots

Reading Time: 1 minute BAA Training, a European standard aviation training center, starts Wizz Air Cadet Program in October in order to fulfill the growing demand of future pilots in Europe. The five-year agreement will involve up to 150 cadets. The courses will be delivered under EASA regulations for the commercial license. As long as the aviation sector is […]