TOSA, LifeGift, and LifeShare Conduct First-Time Uncrewed Aerial Transport of Organs and Blood Between Lubbock, Oklahoma City, and San Antonio

Texas Organ Sharing Alliance (TOSA) the non-profit serving 56 counties in Central and South Texas, LifeGift in Houston, Texas, and LifeShare in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, have joined forces with the Matador Uncrewed Aerial System (UAS) Consortium, co-developed by Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (TTUHSC) and 2THEDGE, LLC., to conduct uncrewed aerial transport (UAS) testing […]

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American Airlines Cadet Academy Announces New Partnership with Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology

American Airlines and Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology announce a new partnership to expand the American Airlines Cadet Academy for aspiring pilots. Spartan, based in Tulsa, Oklahoma, is the Cadet Academy’s first collegiate partner offering an Associate of Applied Science degree in Aviation Flight and increases its training network to five locations. “The American […]

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Oklahoma Aeronautics Lands National Award for Aero Education Program

Photo above – Representing the Oklahoma Aeronautics Commission were, from left, Grayson Ardies, State Director of Aeronautics, Michelle Bouziden, Grants Administrator, Paula Kedy, Aerospace and Aviation Education Coordinator, Nick Young, Airports Division Manager, and Kelly Fincannon, Chief Airport Engineer. Because of its work in the development of a unique aero education program, the Oklahoma Aeronautics […]

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Hartzell Engine Tech Modernizes and Doubles Space for QAA Parts Distributor and MRO

Photo above – QAA General Manager Brandon Stewart cuts a ribbon to signal the reopening of the company’s Tulsa operations.  Quality Aircraft Accessories (QAA), which reports to Hartzell Engine Tech, has officially reopened its general aviation MRO and parts distribution facility, after fully modernizing and doubling the Tulsa operations footprint. At recent reopening ceremonies in […]

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Women in Aviation and Aerospace Day Event to Be Held December 9th at Tulsa Tech

In honor of the significant impact women have made to aviation in our State and to our industry, the Oklahoma Aeronautics Commission in community partnership with Tulsa International Airport, the Oklahoma Air and Space Forces Association, and Spirit AeroSystems will commemorate the state’s sixth annual Oklahoma Women in Aviation & Aerospace Day with an in-person […]

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Oklahoma Aeronautics Commission Approves Airport Projects for Ardmore Municipal, Enid Woodring and Tulsa Riverside

During their meeting in Oklahoma City in September, the Oklahoma Aeronautics Commission approved three projects within their Airport Construction Program (ACP) that will strengthen the aviation industry within their respective communities.  The Commission approved a state loan for a project identified in the Commission’s approved ACP at Ardmore Municipal Airport. The project will construct a […]

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Oklahoma Aerospace Institute for Research and Education Awarded Major Federal Grant for Work on Advanced Air Mobility

Oklahoma State University’s Oklahoma Aerospace Institute for Research and Education (OAIRE) has received two federal grants to expand its reach and impact in the development of Advanced Air Mobility (AAM). The OSU grants are awarded by the U.S. Economic Development Administration as part of a $38.2 million award to the Tulsa Regional Advanced Mobility (TRAM) […]

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