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BAA Training Vietnam launched a new in the market ATPL integrated with type rating program

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BAA Training Vietnam launched a new in the market ATPL integrated with type rating program - Maintenance / Trainings publisher
Dana Ermolenko
Country: Vietnam Aircraft: Airplanes

BAA Training Vietnam has launched a first in the market EASA ATPL Integrated with Type Rating program to be held in both Europe and Vietnam. Vytautas Jankauskas, Managing Director of BAA Training Vietnam, commented: “BAA Training Vietnam, best-known for its simulator training and Type Rating courses, is now upscaling its services portfolio by adding initial pilot training. The insights from our close partners and aviation market leaders – VietJetAir, Vietravel, Pacific Airlines, Bamboo Airways and others – strongly indicate a need for fully airline-ready Type Rated First Officers. The value-added services we ensure by merging our top-notch European and Vietnamese experience and know-how allow us to guarantee a high level of pilot training and preparation of the best pilots ready to join a fast-paced airline environment.”

This unique training course provides students with a convenient pathway from zero aviation experience to becoming airline-ready Type Rated First Officers while being led by an international team of experienced training instructors. The program’s primary benefit lies in how it is structured, with Ab Initio part based in Europe – Lithuania or Spain – and Type Rating – in Vietnam or Europe, depending on the aircraft type in question. It enables future pilots to acquire top-level professional aviation competencies while gaining multicultural experience, familiarizing themselves with European training traditions and raising their competitiveness in the Asian market.

Purchasing everything from one reliable training provider with a proven track record of delivering highly innovative aviation training services leads to further advantages. BAA Training’s ATPL Integrated is enhanced with competency-based Area 100 KSA subject, Type Rating training upgraded with Virtual Reality-based training. A mix of state-of-the-art Airbus and Boeing family full flight simulators and FTD Level 2 devices makes the training cost-efficient and up-to-date because of their advanced features and technologies. 

BAA Training runs training centres in Vietnam, Spain, Lithuania and soon – France – and operates 10 simulators:  9 Boeing and Airbus families full flight simulators (FFSs) – A320, B737NG and B737 MAX – and A320 FTD Level 2 across all of its facilities. Through years of being an active market player, it has won the trust of large and dominant airlines in Europe and Asia such as Turkish Airlines, LOT, VietJet Air, Pacific Airlines, Vietravel Airlines, Bamboo Airways, etc.


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