BAA Training and Chinese HNCA to Open Pilot Training Centre
BAA Training, a subsidiary of Avia Solutions Group, a global aviation holding, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Henan Civil Aviation Development and Investment Company (HNCA) announcing the start of cooperation for Henan-based Joint Venture aviation training company in People's Republic of China (PRC).
As the experts forecast the tremendous need of commercial airline pilots, BAA Training and HNCA enter a mutual agreement to contribute to the aviation community preparing the highest quality aviation professionals. According to the CAAC the country’s civil aviation industry experiences an extreme growth: the annual flying time has soared to 10.5 million hours up from 6.19 million hours over the past five years. As the Boeing and Airbus predict up to 325,000 pilots will be needed between today and 2037 in the Middle East and the Asia Pacific regions. While China’s fleet alone will more than double reaching 18% share of the world’s fleet.
BAA Training counts almost 20 years of experience, accommodating clients from over 90 countries with aviation training solutions, and is ready to bring their valuable knowledge to China. According to the plans, Henan-based pilot training centre should be opened in the fourth quarter of 2019 starting with the first Boeing family full flight simulator, then adding 5 more full flight simulators later. Working closely with the local Civil Aviation Administration of China to identify and meet China aviation market needs, the aviation training company will provide the highest quality CAAC standard aviation training for pilots.
The potential place of the training centre is in the Zhengzhou Airport Economic Zone, and in order to achieve synergy between the “Belt and Road” countries, the company has already started a dialog with China's full-motion flight simulator manufacturers for possible cooperation.
“With this agreement, we mark one of the biggest milestones in our company’s history. It is an honor to start a partnership with Henan Civil Aviation Development and Investment Company. Two years of successful HNCA partnership with Avia Solutions Group sister company AviaAM Leasing China leaves us certain, that HNCA is the best available partner to develop our business in China”, comments Egle Vaitkeviciute, CEO at BAA Training.
BAA Training is a well-known and greatly expanding global provider of aviation training solutions. Certified as the Approved Training Organization (ATO), BAA Training operates a network of 100+ simulators in 40 locations worldwide today and regularly increases its capacity.
About BAA Training:
BAA Training is one of the TOP 3 largest independent aviation training centres in Europe. Company provides a full scope of fixed and rotary Ab Initio and Type Rating training for pilots, cabin crew, ground handling and other aviation training solutions.
In 2017 over 300 cabin crew members received training with BAA Training and over 750 pilots flew close to 25,000 hours in more than 100 full flight simulators extended among over 40 locations in Europe, North and South Americas, Africa and Asia. www.trainwithbaa.com
About Henan Civil Aviation Development Investment Co., Ltd.:
Henan Civil Aviation Development and Investment Co., Ltd. (HNCA) was established in 2011 with the approval of the Henan Provincial Party Committee and the provincial government. It is a state-owned enterprise with the responsibility of accelerating the development of Henan civil aviation industry, participating in the restructuring and cooperation of domestic and foreign aviation enterprises, and leading Zhengzhou. Henan Civil Aviation Development and Investment Co., Ltd. focuses on the development of civil aviation fields such as air transportation, aviation logistics, financial investment, real estate, general aviation, aviation manufacturing, etc., and builds a comprehensive aviation industry group with outstanding focus, diversified development and high degree of uniqueness.
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