Islamic Republic of Afghanistan Ministry of Transport and Civil Aviation Flight Safety Department has issued to the Baltic Aviation Academy (Lithuania) an approval certificate to operate the initial, type rating training, recurrent training, proficiency and instrument training and all weather operations training for Boeing 737 aircraft.
Baltic Aviation Academy’s approval in Afghanistan is related to company’s plans to support development in aviation market by improving airlines’ flight safety when providing aviation training solutions based on adapted European practise.
‘Training at our training centre is approved by JAR/EASA certification ensuring highest European quality training. Being approved by Afghanistan aviation authorities, Baltic Aviation Academy is positioning in country’s market as a credible partner to raise safety and reliability of Afghanistan aviation services’, commented Egle Vaitkeviciute, CEO at Baltic Aviation Academy.
Next to Islamic Republic of Afghanistan Ministry of Transport and Civil Aviation Flight Safety Department approval, course completion certificates issued by Baltic Aviation Academy are valid in the European Union, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan. Pilots at Baltic Aviation Academy are being trained by 150 training instructors, most of which come from Western European countries.