The global aviation training provider BAA Training has received an official Supplier Acceptance Certificate from Vietnam Airlines. The certificate empowers BAA Training to operate as an Accepted Flight Training Organization by providing airplane training for Private Pilot License, Instrument Rating, Commercial Pilot License, and Airlines Transport Pilot License courses.
This Supplier Acceptance Certificate will provide BAA Training an opportunity to train Vietnam Airlines’ recruited and selected cadets for any of the four training courses. As majority of pilots in Vietnam are trained by FAA or Australian standards it is only now that Vietnam began to focus on pilot training diversification. After the receipt of this approval, BAA Training will be able to provide Vietnamese citizens EASA standard pilot training. “The arrival of the first students is already being negotiated and it will be a great opportunity to gain experience in the Cadet training field as well as to develop further cooperation between two companies”, commented Vytautas Jankauskas, Cadet Program Manager at BAA Training.
Lately, Vietnamese airlines are seeking to expand the number of pilots with EASA qualification licenses into their crews to increase training diversity and ensure quality control. “Undeniably, such Supplier Acceptance Certificate and practice in training Cadets will position BAA Training amongst the experienced pilot training providers in the world”, finalized Vytautas Jankauskas.
BAA Training is known as aviation training solutions provider working in the field for over 20 years. It is able to meet Ab Initio Rotary and Fixed wing pilot training, Type Rating pilot training, Cabin Crew training, Ground Handling, Flight Dispatcher training and even Drone training needs.
Source: BAA Training
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