Veteran pilot and business aviation pioneer Clay Lacy will donate two iconic business jets, a non-flying Learjet 24 and Gulfstream GIISP, June 5 to an aircraft mechanics school at Van Nuys Airport, marking the largest single gift in the adult education program’s history.
More than two years ago, New Jersey Institute of Technology Professor Michael Chumer was testing Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) that were deployed in California yet able to send video to his emergency management network at NJIT.
The video clearly showed that the UAS could be used to enhance both emergency response and public safety in the State of New Jersey. The question then arose: How does NJIT bring this untapped potential to New Jersey?
SALINA, Kansas — The aviation program at Kansas State University Salina is entering a new collaboration to develop curriculum for a jet engine simulator.
K-State Salina has agreed to work with Price Induction to create a curriculum using the French company’s new virtual engine test bench that simulates the DGEN 380 lightweight gas turbine engine.
The Partnership for Corporate Aviation Training, a non-profit organization, is working with the National Flight Academy to help provide scholarships for high school students ages 11-17 years old. Applications are being accepted now.
Professionals looking to gain a better understanding of the emerging unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) industry can take advantage of a two-day course being offered in Seattle June 5 to 6 and Syracuse June 26 to 27 by Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University–Worldwide.
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University – Worldwide will offer a Master of Science in Unmanned Systems starting this summer.
Kansas State University Salina aviation students now have a new piece of technology to train on thanks to a generous donation from a Wichita aviation company.
Twin Commander-specific training for maintenance technicians now is available in a factory-authorized course.
VERO BEACH, Fla. — Piper Aircraft will begin delivering the first of five new Piper Arrow pilot training aircraft to Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University’s Daytona Beach, Fla. campus.