Interested in aviation? Here’s an amazing fact students need to know: Since the 1990s, the group Women in Aviation International (WAI) has awarded over 10 million dollars in college scholarships to young people pursuing careers in the aviation industry.
Imagine flying through the skies in a small, single-engine plane. The sun is shining, and the blue sky spreads all around you, sealing you in under a bowl of beautiful blue. Below you extends a long line of pavement: a landing strip.
Have you ever dreamed of flying? Of sitting in the cockpit of a plane, large or small, with the world stretching out beneath you? Would you like to make that dream a reality?
In middle school, Chris Oswald didn’t foresee a future in aviation, or even a transportation career in general. Back then, he was just one of those kids who had a knack for designing and building things.
Transportation researcher Edward McCormack is working on what could be one of the coolest projects ever. A Washington resident, McCormack is helping the State Department of Transportation (DOT) find a practical solution to a major transportation issue: avalanche control.
The U.S. air transportation system is getting a 21st century makeover, and now might be a more exciting time than ever to consider a career in aviation.“I think it’s an exciting time because aviation is changing,” said Pamela Whitley in an interview with Fast Forward.