Keep up with the latest happenings in aviation!
On August 19, we celebrate National Aviation Day. What better time to familiarize ourselves with the aviation industry and its many career prospects? If you are one of the many people under the impression that a career in aviation is restricted to pilots or flight attendants alone, think again.
The space agency is looking for general aviation pilots to help track harmful algal blooms.
Jobs in the aviation industry are in huge demand right now. Some new numbers from Embry Riddle University show about one million such jobs need to be filled in the next 10 years. Now some kids at Tampa International Airport are getting a head start in a first-of-its-kind internship. These teens are preparing for their future careers by learning the airport inside and out.
Thinking about a career in aviation? The field is booming but there’s a chance you didn’t know it.
A 40-year-old aviation tradition made a stop in Waco Tuesday afternoon. Dozens of planes touched down Tuesday at the Texas State Technical College Airport, which was the third stop in The Air Race Classic.
Swiss adventurer Bertrand Piccard took off from New York City this morning inside Solar Impulse, a solar-powered plane, for his historic four-day journey across the Atlantic Ocean.
Aviation High School is based in Long Island but it has a smaller campus within New York City's John F. Kennedy Airport, where students study in classrooms attached to the airport and out among the planes, working alongside a technician or engineer doing paid internships with major airlines.
JSfirm.com, an aviation only job website, released their Hiring Trends Survey for 2016...."It's no surprise to us that aviation professionals are in high demand. Regarding number of job postings, JSfirm.com experienced our best January ever."
Three Expedition 46 crew members are finishing packing the Soyuz TMA-18M spacecraft for the ride home today, ending their record-setting mission. Three other space station residents will stay behind until June and wave farewell to their crewmates when they undock tonight.
NASA is moving ahead with its new X-planes program by awarding its first contract to design a prototype "low-boom" supersonic passenger jet. At a ceremony today at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport in Arlington, Virginia, NASA Administrator Charles Bolden announced that a team led by Lockheed Martin will develop the preliminary designs for a demonstration aircraft.