Here’s an aviation job that might be the best of the lot: Becoming a college professor in a field you already love.
At this stage of the career game, you get to sleep in your own bed, and spend long holidays with your kids. You may look forward to the kind of job security that comes with a tenured faculty position and an office with your name on the door.
In many colleges and universities, unlike other academic disciplines, you may not be required to publish or perish, though writing academic papers can enhance your resume. You’ll be surrounded by people who share your passion for flying.
Most particularly, you will enjoy a special kind of pride, when your students go out into the world, successfully armed with the self-confidence and both practical and theoretical knowledge you helped instill. [Read more…]
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The House Subcommittee on Aviation, chaired by U.S. Rep. Frank LoBiondo (R-NJ), will hold a hearing Wednesday on issues related to remotely piloted aircraft (RPA) safety. The hearing will be streamed live online. [Read more…]
Wings & Wheels, a fly-in and car show originally slated for Oct. 3 at Greenville Downtown Airport (KGMU) in South Carolina, has been moved to Oct. 10 due to weather. The free event will run from noon to 6 p.m.
About 35 minutes into the cross-country flight, the Cessna T210M’s engine lost power, and the airplane started to descend near Scipio, Utah. [Read more…]