At least two Approved Training Organisations (ATOs) are operating flight training for student pilots.
BAA Training, one of the biggest independent aviation training centres in Europe, has reopened its flight training base in Kaunas, Lithuania,and resumption of its flight training operations after the Covid-19 restrictions.
BAA Training switched to theoretical training and school exams virtually during the lockdown but is now also relaunching classroom training. The Academy is also actively re-launching practical training. BAA Training has more than 320 students at its ab initio school.
Airways Aviation continues to train pilots
Two of the international bases of Airways Aviation are open and had no need to close.
Airways Aviation’s Montenegro base successfully remained fully operational and delivering its flight training during the pandemic whilst implementing all Government and regulatory procedures on health & safety. The state of Montenegro actually early and decisively in the early days of the pandemic and successfully restricted its spread.
This week, government has started to remove many of the social and business restrictions and Airways Aviation Montenegro is preparing to receive its latest batch of pilot training students.
Down under in Australia, Airways Aviation’s Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast Academy remained open and courses continued while sticking to government guidelines.