Melissa Martin Awarded the WAI Martha King Scholarship for a Female Flight Instructor

Melissa (Missy) Martin of Polaris, Montana was awarded the 4th annual Martha King Scholarship for Female Flight Instructors during the annual Women in Aviation International Conference in Long Beach, California. This scholarship consists of $5,000 toward an initial CFI certificate or an add-on rating and free, lifetime access to all King Schools courses including FIRCs […]

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Colorado Museum Wins Award for Children’s Aviation History Programs

By Penny Rafferty Hamilton, Ph.D. Grand County Historical Association Emily Warner Field Aviation Museum, located in the historic Rocky Mountain Airways former airline terminal on Granby/Grand County Airport, just won the statewide 2018 History Colorado Caroline Bancroft Award for their children’s aviation history programs. This prestigious annual State History award, is given by History Colorado […]

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Students Find Career Options at Aviation Career Day

More than 1,200 students learned about aviation career opportunities at the 14th Annual “The Sky’s the Limit: Aviation Career Day” event at Van Nuys Airport (VNY). Los Angeles City Councilwoman Nury Martinez, The Park VNY, Van Nuys Airport and The Valley Economic Alliance hosted over 40 exhibitors showcasing interactive and static aircraft displays, and students […]

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National Aviation Hall of Fame issues “Call for Entries” for Aerospace Teacher of the Year Award

The National Aviation Hall of Fame is seeking entries for its 33nd Annual A. Scott Crossfield Aerospace Education Teacher of the Year Award, which includes a cash stipend. Founded in 1986 by famed research test pilot, the late A. Scott Crossfield, the award is a juried competition open to current classroom teachers from grades kindergarten […]

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