FAA Awards $10 Million to Develop the Next Generation of Aviation Professionals

Grants will support aspiring pilots, engineers, UAV operators, and future aviation maintenance professionals.
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Garmin Smart Glide Now Free for Some Systems

Technology reduces pilot load in the event of engine power loss.
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University of North Dakota to Award $300K to Veterans for Flight Training

Applications open now for awards that will empower 25 vets to earn private pilot certificates.
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Wireless Companies Agree to 5G Airport Buffer Zones for Six Months

Verizon and AT&T agreed to turn off transmitters and make other adjustments at 50 major airports in the U.S.
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Delta Removes Degree Requirement for Prospective Pilots

Company joins other major airlines in no longer requiring a four-year diploma.
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Husky National STOL Series Partners with Outlaw STOL

Collaboration adds new event to 2022 series points race at Somerton Airport in February.
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Alaska Airlines Launches Program for Aspiring Black Pilots

True North aims to create a direct path for African-American students seeking airline careers.
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UND Hosts Summit on Mental Health in Aviation

The event was held in response to the death of a UND aviation student in October.
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West Point Accepts Delivery of Two New Trainers

The pair of new Cessna T206 Stationairs were delivered by Textron Aviation.
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FAA Grants $1.4 Million to Build Sustainable Aviation Fuel Supply Chains

Five of the nation’s top research universities were selected to analyze regional feedstock and understand environmental impacts of SAF production.
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Piper Opens Application Period for Apprenticeship Program

The two-year, fully funded program offers hands-on training and a full benefits package.
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Global Flight Training Solutions Partners with Dineen Aviation to Provide Dual FAA/EASA Certification

The program offers the chance to earn certificates from the FAA and EASA at the same time.
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National Aviation Hall of Fame Announces Class of 2022

Five new inductees will be enshrined in the NAHF next September.
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Metropolitan State University of Denver Gains FAA Approval for R-ATP Eligibility

The approval allows eligible students to hold a restricted ATP at 1,000 hours instead of 1,500.
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Piper Delivers First Archer TXs to Flight School in Australia

The company unveiled the new iteration of its PA-28 in November.
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ATP Flight School Graduates Its 10,000th ATP CTP Candidate

Program reaches huge milestone as the airline industry faces surging demand for pilots.
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Stowaway Survived Minus-60-Degree Temperatures, Hypoxic Conditions

The unidentified man found in the wheel well of a Boeing 737-800 was likely unconscious for most of the flight from Guatemala to ...
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House Passes Bill That Includes SAF Tax Credit

If ‘Build Back Better’ is passed, users of sustainable aviation fuel could receive up to $1.75 per gallon.
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Survey: Older Pilots See Discrimination from Insurers

Pilots older than 70 are being dropped or canceled by insurance agencies without losses.
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NTSB Releases Preliminary Report on Fatal Accident in Florida

An RV-4 was ‘destroyed’ in an accident that killed one near Chattahoochee.
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