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Jun 23, 2015

Eighty-seven years ago Amelia Earhart became the first woman to fly across the Atlantic ocean. In Fredericksburg, Va., Monday an all female air race kicked off to comemorate the occasion. The race dates back to 1929, when air racing became popular. At the time, women pilots were forbidden to race against men, so they started their own race. Earhart was part founder of the racing derby.

Amelia Earhart Races
Jun 19, 2015

FORT WORTH — A group of North Texas teenagers is getting a true hands-on experience in aviation. It's part of a week-long course put on by the University of North Texas and Tarrant County College. A small group of high schoolers from all over North Texas attended the camp.

North Texas Flight Camp
Jun 10, 2015

DENTON (UNT), Texas — From studying aerodynamics and meteorology to calculating fuel plans to actually flying an airplane, local 11th- and 12th-grade students will explore the possibilities in aviation and aerospace careers at the Aviation Career Education (ACE) Academy Program, June 15-19 (Monday – Friday) in Fort Worth.

Jun 7, 2015

PORT MANSFIELD — Students from Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi last week launched a new round of drone test flights here as part of its landmark program. The university’s Lone Star Unmanned Aircraft Systems Center fly the drones from Charles R. Johnson Airport, reaching altitudes up to 3,000 feet across an 18-mile span.

Drone Research - Texas A&M Corpus Christi
Jun 4, 2015

Tarrant County College leaders saw a need and filled it: The Center for Excellence for Aviation, Transportation and Logistics at Alliance Airport focuses on areas that can lead to well-paying jobs in North Texas. TCC and the Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce estimate the college’s local economic impact at $1.6 billion annually.

Tarrant County College Aviation Maintenance Program
May 6, 2015

Water and transportation are top concerns whenever the Texas Legislature meets, but workforce development should have legislators’ equal attention.

May 6, 2015

Two Kansas pilots will compete in a unique competition this summer as they take turns piloting a plane in a race for four days. It's called the 2015 Air Race Classic, and it's only open to women.

2015 Air Race Classic
May 1, 2015

As part of its commitment to diversity and inclusion, and in support of our goal to increase the number of women in management positions, Bombardier continued its support of Women in Aviation, International (WAI) at its 26th Annual Conference which was recently held in Dallas, Texas.

Bombardier Engages Women in Aviation
Apr 28, 2015

We've been teased with the prospect of a flying car for years now, with many designs, like the Terrafugia Transition, having been under development for some time but yet to arrive in garages or hangars. The Braunschweig-based company, Carplane hopes to square the circle with a twin-fuselage roadable monoplane that made its first public appearance in prototype form at the recent AERO show in Friedrichshafen, Germany.

Carplane debut
Mar 18, 2015

WASHINGTON – On Mar. 18, the Aeronautical Repair Station Association (ARSA) hosted a dual-premiere event on Capitol Hill to provide both visual and quantitative evidence for the importance of the aviation maintenance industry to American lives and livelihoods.

Aeronautical Repair Station Association

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