Starting in January, this relationship allows both veterans and civilians to couple an Associate of Applied Science Degree with advanced flight certifications, providing a career path into the aviation industry. The program allows veterans who qualify for the post 9/11 GI Bill Program to take fixed wing flight courses through Yavapai College.
According to North-Aire Aviation spokesperson Justin Scott, “Through our program’s unique partnership with Yavapai College, veterans and civilians alike have access to an FAA-certified Part 141, Part 61 flight school through a public community college.”
North-Aire has been in business since 1973 as a Cessna pilot center providing private pilot through ATP certificates to students representing all 50 states and 47 countries.
Other certificates offered include high altitude and aerobatic training as well as seaplane ratings and tail wheel endorsements.
For more information on the new flight training program, contact Renee Alanis at the Yavapai College Admissions Office (email@example.com).
Anyone interested in learning more about Yavapai College Aviation Degree programs should visit http://www.yc.edu.
North-Aire can be reached at (928) 445-8320, firstname.lastname@example.org, or http://www.northaire.com.
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