Mohammed Khalil: “BAETC’s Aircraft Maintenance Engineering License is an internationally recognized program”. BAS Aircraft Engineering Training Center continues registration of September 2021 intake.


BAS Aircraft Engineering Training Center (BAETC) announced the admission process for its Aircraft Maintenance Engineering License Training Program for the current academic year 2021. Scholarships are offered by the center to high school students starting from 10% and up to 25%, as well as providing support for international students from outside Bahrain.

The Center offers a four-year training program on aircraft maintenance engineering, during which students acquire deep theoretical and practical experience that qualifies them to be an aircraft maintenance engineers.

This package of scholarship comes as part of BAETC’s social responsibility and belief of the importance of supporting education and training in the Kingdom of Bahrain, and opening the way for attracting national cadres and qualifying them to be competitive in the labor market.

Mr. Mohammed Khalil Ahmed, CEO of Bahrain Airport Services, said: “BAS Aircraft Engineering Training Centre (BAETC), is an internationally recognized training institute and a technologically advanced provider of formal aircraft engineering maintenance training. BAETC is the second training organization outside the European Union and the first in the Middle East and Asia to have received Europe Aviation Safety Agency Approval for its training Centre (EASA.147.0002) to deliver EASA Part 66 B1 and B2 categories training, Aircraft Type Ratings on the Airbus A320 and A330 and specialized custom-made courses. Furthermore, BAETC is recognized by the Education and Training Quality Authority (BQA)”.

BAETC is currently implementing social distancing. Therefore, virtual visits, online interviews, online training mechanisms are implemented that commensurate with the current pandemic condition’s safety procedures. The center receives daily requests for registration through its website, directly via +973 17321875 or WhatsApp +973 39125463.