Baltic Aviation Academy

Baltic Aviation Academy

Baltic Aviation Academy is one of the leading aviation training organizations in Eastern Europe. We offer a wide range of aviation training courses, flying personnel solutions, consultancy and partnership in building individual flight and cabin crew careers.

FL Technics

FL Technics

FL Technics is the largest aircraft Maintenance and Repair Organisation (MRO) in the Baltic States, as well as one of the largest MRO companies in Eastern Europe and CIS countries.

FL Technics Jets

FL Technics Jets

FL Technics Jets provides aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul services (MRO) for business jets.

KlasJet

KlasJet

KlasJet is a European charter carrier, specializing in private and corporate charter flights as well as comprehensive aircraft management solutions. With own fleet of business jets based in Vilnius, Lithuania, as well as other airports across Russia, Eastern Europe and the CIS, ...

Baltic Ground Services

Baltic Ground Services

Baltic Ground Services (BGS) provides all standard passenger and aircraft ground handling services, baggage handling, aircraft cabin and exterior cleaning, cabin heating, de-icing, aircraft towing and pushback as well as other services.

Locatory.com

Locatory.com

Locatory.com is a 24/7 aircraft spare parts marketplace where the aviation industry meets to search, buy and sell spare aircraft parts, present their services and make new business connections in the easiest and most convenient way.

AviationCV.com

AviationCV.com

AviationCV.com offers effective aviation personnel solutions. We are here to help airlines and aviation professionals to get together for mutual business relations in a possibly shortest and most effective way.

Each week, a total of 28 brand new aircraft roll off the assembly lines of major manufacturers. During any given month about 50% of those aircraft crafted by Airbus and Boeing are going to the Asia-Pacific region, according to Flightglobal. Cornered by this remarkable pace, Asian carriers need to gather from 10 to 12 pilots for each new plane. And as [...]

Baltic Aviation Academy, aviation training centre based in Central Europe expands its training capabilities in Asian market by establishing BAA Singapore training base. In cooperation with partners, China-based aerospace company Haite Group, BAA Singapore is ready to provide Pilot Type Rating, Cabin Crew and Ground Handling training to Asia, Pacific and MENA markets. Baltic Aviation Academy is a well known [...]

With a global economic footprint of some $2.4 trillion, the consequences of workforce shortages in the aviation industry are especially problematic. Meanwhile, various studies suggest that with air transportation demand set to double by 2030, nearly a million new pilots, maintenance technicians, air traffic controllers and cabin crew will be needed to keep the industry moving forward. However, current recruitment [...]

Despite a number of widely discussed tragedies, 2014 actually set a new record for the fewest number of commercial aviation accidents since the start of the airline age, with just 21 recorded. That’s down from 29 in 2013, 23 in 2012 and 36 in 2011. Nevertheless, the recent tragic events casted a shadow on some of the aviation safety related [...]

The value of predictive maintenance is already well recognized by the biggest players in the industry. For instance, Airbus's Aircraft Maintenance Analysis (Airman), used by 106 customers, constantly monitors health and transmits faults or warning messages to ground control, providing rapid access to maintenance documents and troubleshooting steps prioritized by likelihood of success. Meanwhile, Boeing's Airplane Health Management (AHM) is [...]

In 2014 European airports saw a 5.4% increase in passenger traffic, reports ACI Europe. The figures indicate that despite the rather slow growth of the European economy and the latest geopolitical developments in the region, European airports keep serving more and more passengers each year. However, aviation hubs are increasingly struggling due to the limited ability to expand their capacities [...]

Recently, Ryanair – the Europe’s largest low-cost airline, operating around 1 600 flights daily – announced, it’s considering offering streamed entertainment and Wi-Fi access for its passengers free of charge. If the trials prove popular, the service could be rolled out to its entire fleet of around 300 Boeing aircraft. Moreover, in October 2014, United Airlines also announced plans to [...]

Ever since the drone market has started to rapidly grow, it has been constantly surrounded by controversy. For instance, with commercialization of drones, over 42% of Americans are concerned about their privacy. However, while aviation authorities are developing new rules to ensure both safety and privacy standards, it seems that drone-skeptics actually shouldn’t worry too much – at least in [...]

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