Baltic Aviation Academy, an ATO located in Central Europe, has signed a partnership agreement with Turkish Airlines.
According to the contract, Baltic Aviation Academy meets the airline standards as the aviation training provider will provide type rating training. “When talking about the clients, corporate or private, Turkish Airlines and Baltic Aviation Academy shares the same business approach. Surrounding the clients with personal care allows us to deliver services meeting any client’s needs, while ensuring smooth flow of the procedures. We strongly believe that promoting personal approach through every management level and personnel, directly impacts the highest performance to the final client. Therefore this is both an honour and appreciation of our training centre to be added to the pilot training partners’ list,” said Egle Vaitkeviciute, CEO at Baltic Aviation Academy.
Turkish Airlines has 280 aircraft on their fleet, including Airbus, Boeing and Embraer family aircraft, and operates more than 250 travel destinations around the world.