BAA Training Vietnam Certificate

New Aviation Training Centre in Vietnam is Ready to Train Pilots

2019-09-19

BAA Training Vietnam, brand new aviation training centre, announces being officially ready for training, as the training centre receives Approved Training Organization (ATO) status and the first Airbus A320 full flight simulator is fully assembled and approved by the Civil Aviation Administration of Vietnam. BAA Training Vietnam as a branch of BAA Training, one of the TOP 3 biggest independent aviation training centres in Europe, has been established to assist region with the high quality aviation training. Currently it offers an exclusive Airbus A320 type rating training as it is one of the first training providers in the region to add...

DID YOU KNOW HOW PILOTS FOLLOW THE LINES ON THE GROUND?

Did You Know How Pilots Follow the Lines On the Ground?

2019-09-13

You have got on board and with the rest of the passengers are waiting for take-off. The aircraft starts rolling on the taxiway. Therefore, have you ever wondered how pilots manage to follow the lines covering a taxiway at an airport? Safe and coordinated movement of the aircraft is important and there are different tools as well as methods helping pilots to navigate on the taxiway. Firstly, there is a specific marking on the ground. There is a yellow line marking the middle of the taxiway – pilots always hold the aircraft nose wheel on this line. They use the same...

Did You Know When Pilots Started To Communicate Using Radio?

Did You Know When Pilots Started To Communicate Using Radio?

2019-08-30

There are more than 100,000 commercial flights every day worldwide. It means that millions of interactions take place between pilots and air traffic controllers. Today aviation communication seems to be a very simple thing to do, however, it was one of the most complicated things during the early stages of aviation. Do you know when radio was installed in the aircraft? Since December 17th, 1903, when the Wright brothers made their first successful flight in history, communication with pilots in the air has been a real challenge. The industry started growing and developing rapidly. What were the first signs on the...

Which Airlines Are Still Flying Iconic Airbus A380?

2019-08-29

The Airbus A380. The superjumbo. The giant. The icon of modern aviation. Whatever you call it, it is still world’s biggest commercial aircraft ever built. It is an eye-catching flying object for those not related to aviation. It is a breathtaking experience for ordinary flyers travelling with the A380. It is a spectacular view for those wandering around the airport looking for the right gate. It is a remedy for the lens of passionate planespotters. It is a dream for the majority of pilots and flight attendants. Even if you are someone who fancies Boeing 747 “Queen of the Skies” more, I...