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Lycoming Announces 2020 Engine School Redesign and Training Dates

Lycoming Engines is pleased to announce its Engine School and the 2020 training schedule.  The training program is now a single class, 5-day course that blends content from both prior courses, which focused on engine theory and disassembly/reassembly. Cost for the course is $1,640.

Pennsylvania College of Technology has been solely appointed and authorized by Lycoming to conduct the Lycoming Piston Engine Service School.

National AMT Day May 24th

And don’t forget, this Sunday, May 24, is National AMT Day, a day to thank and celebrate all the men and women who keep our aircraft safely flying. You might also want to consider nominating any outstanding AMTs for the Charles Taylor Master Mechanic Award, which recognizes 50 years of exemplary aviation maintenance experience, distinguished professionalism, and steadfast commitment to aviation safety.

PAMA Announces Scholarship Opportunities, Deadline to Apply is March 15

PAMA, in coordination with generous industry partners, has made available award opportunities for current and future aviation maintenance professionals.

Award winners will be announced at the Aerospace Maintenance Competition awards ceremony, taking place in conjunction with MRO Americas in Dallas on April 30, 2020.

Future AMT Professional Award, provided by PistonPower™ by AEPC™ (AeroEngine Protection Corp.) 

Apply now for an HFI Maintenance Scholarship

Helicopter Foundation International (HFI) annually offers up to 20 scholarships to help support students studying to become part of tomorrow's vertical aviation industry. If you are enrolled in either pilot or maintenance technician training, then review the scholarship descriptions below and consider applying ....