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Your future starts here

BAA Training aspires to become more than just an aviation academy for you. Our goal is to help you develop skills and competences for your successful future career in aviation.

Why BAA Training?

BAA Training is one of the biggest European standard aviation training centers, where the experience is wrapped up in personal care about each student.

<p style=”text-align: justify; color: white;”>Our people are united by the passion for aviation and desire to ensure the best quality training.</p>
<p style=”text-align: justify; color: white;”>Our aviation academy is the place where you could start your aviation career with Ab Initio training and continue with Type Ratings. We offer a great variety of aviation training including Cabin Crew and Flight Dispatcher ones. Moreover, BAA Training is a member of the Avia Solutions Group family – an international, publicly traded aviation holding company with over 20 subsidiaries worldwide.</p>


3 base aerodromes for your professional training. Students can also exercise their flying skills all over the country and beyond.


The new fleet consists of nine single-engine Tecnam P2002JF, a Cessna 172 and two multi-engine Tecnam P2006T.

Multicultural environment

We are proud to have students from all over the World. Students from 48 countries have already chosen BAA Training.

20+ Training programmes

Great variety of Ab Initio training programmes ensure that you find what suits your personal needs to step into aviation best.

How we have become who we are today

BAA Training counts more than 20 years of experience in aviation service delivery and over 6 years of expertise in Ab Initio training. We are proud of our past and excited about the future.

  1. How we started

    <p style=”text-align: justify;”>This year marks an important milestone for Ab Initio development. BAA Training acquires the first aircraft for initial students’ training – Cessna 150.</p>
  2. First three tecnams join the fleet

    <p style=”text-align: justify;”>The fleet is supplemented by the first batch of 3 single-engine Tecnam P2002JF aircraft.</p>
  3. A new cessna arrives

    <p style=”text-align: justify;”>A Cessna 150 was replaced by Cessna 172 for an even better quality training. Moreover, 2 additional Tecnam P2002JF arrive making a total fleet of 6.</p>
  4. A multi-engine joins the fleet

    <p style=”text-align: justify;”>The year when the first multi-engine Tecnam P2006T arrives together with 4 more Tecnam P2002JF making a total fleet of 11.</p>
  5. Name change marks an expansion

    Second multi-engine Tecnam P2006T arrives making a total fleet of 12.

    Baltic Aviation Academy becomes BAA Training. The name change marks the stage of the company’s expansion and the overriding need for an internationally recognizable brand.

  6. Newly launched cadet programme

    <p style=”text-align: justify;”>The very first group of cadets starts their ATPL Integrated programme at BAA Training.</p>
  7. More aerodromes &amp; first helicopter cadets

    <p style=”text-align: justify;”>Ab Initio adds Istra and Kyviskes aerodromes to the list of its bases.
    Kickoff of the first Helicopter Cadet programme.</p>

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Future pilot acquiring a commercial pilot licence

Meet Marians, a student from Latvia, who is doing his CPL modular training at BAA Training.