Aviation Scholarships in 2014

Flight students! Here are a few aviation scholarships as featured by the AOPA (Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association) and Helicopter Foundation International. Angel MedFlight Worldwide Air Ambulance and the Arizona Business Aviation Association  are offering a $3,000 scholarship for tuition at an Arizona college or university. Applicants must be enrolled in an aviation degree program. Applications are due … Continued

Collegiate Aviation Scholarships in Louisiana

Louisiana Airport Managers and Associates offering Aviation Scholarships for College Students The Louisiana Airport Managers and Associates will once again be offering scholarships for college students in the aviation curriculum. LAMA will award up to three (3) $1,000 academic scholarships at its annual conference October 8th, in Shreveport. The applicant must be enrolled in an … Continued

Army Aviation Mission Solutions Summit

Army Aviation Association of America (AAAA) May 4 – 6 Event The Army Aviation Association of America (AAAA) is proud to announce its annual convention is now the Army Aviation Mission Solutions Summit to be held May 4-6, 2014, at the Gaylord Opryland Hotel in Nashville, Tenn. This AAAA-sponsored two and a half day event … Continued

High Altitude Flight Operations Seminar

High Altitude Flight Operations Seminar for General Aviation Pilots – Above 8,000 ft A High altitude operations seminar titled “Aerospace Physiology: Altitude Chamber, Human Factors in Flight High Altitude Operations” will take place on Saturday, April 5, 2014 , starting at 9:00 am MST at the Cottonwood Airport (P52). The seminar is targeted at pilots using general … Continued

Become an Air Traffic Controller, Flight Service Specialist, Flight Dispatcher at Yavapai College

Arizona high schoolers and adults now have a gateway to multiple aviation careers through Yavapai College’s Aviation Technology Degree program Become an Air Traffic Controller, Flight Service Specialist, or Flight Dispatcher right in Prescott, Arizona. Yavapai College of Prescott, AZ has developed an Aviation Technology degree program for students pursuing aviation careers. The Yavapai College Aviation … Continued

Aviation Hiring Trends Survey

The 2014 Aviation Hiring Forecast JSfirm.com, an online aviation only job board, is pleased to release the 5th Annual Aviation Hiring Trends Survey. Jeff Richards, JSfirm.com Manager said, “This annual survey has proven to be accurate in past years at forecasting the hiring trends and is highly anticipated by the aviation industry.” In summary: 400 … Continued

Prescott Aviation History Program: The Flying Banana, Vietnam’s Unsung Hero

Helicopter celebrated during Prescott Aviation History Program at Embry-Riddle’s Prescott DLC Auditorium Everyone is invited to the next ERAU Prescott Aviation History Program, this Wednesday, 19 March. The presenter will be Roger  Messick, US Army, Ret. who served two tours in Vietnam, 1962-63 and 1965-66. His talk is entitled “The Flying Banana; Vietnam’s Unsung Hero”. As an Amy combat helicopter pilot, he flew … Continued

Louisiana ACE Camps

Aviation Career Education Camp 2014 The Louisiana ACE Summer Camp Program will continue for its fourth year in 2014. ACE stands for Aviation Career Education and the week long camp is aimed at High School students between the ages of 15 and 18 who are considering a career in aviation. In 2013, three ACE Camps … Continued

Guidance Aviation Receives Operational Excellence Award

Strong leadership and commitment to safety acknowledged by Starr Aviation Starr Aviation has named Guidance Aviation of Prescott, Arizona and Baton Rouge, Louisiana, a recipient of the Starr Aviation Operational Excellence Award during the first day of the world’s largest helicopter convention, HELI-EXPO 2014, in Anaheim, California. The Starr Aviation presentation took place in Guidance … Continued

Denver, Colorado Public School Student Meets with Aerospace Icon Buzz Aldrin, Astronaut Apollo XI, to Promote Education and Aviation

Denver 7th Grader Wings Up with Astronaut and Aviator to Promote Education Denver, CO. – She has flown in Cessnas, Pipers, Beechcrafts, and even Robinson Helicopters with her father while attending airshows to collect aircraft pins for her flight bag. Along the way, she met Captain Judy Rice of ThinkGlobalFlight.org – A flight around the … Continued