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Air Transportation

The Aviation Program, held at the Pima Community College Aviation Technology Center at the airport, teaches students to do total aircraft maintenance work, from wheels and brakes to hydraulics, the electrical system, and the engine. Upon graduation, you’ll be prepared to take the Federal Aviation Administration certification exams to become an Airframe and Powerplant technician. You may also continue to study Avionics or Structural Repair. The program is FAA approved, and students will earn up to 26 PCC Credits.

Careers

• Airframe and Powerplant Technician
• Avionics (Electronics) Technician
• Structural Repair Technician
• Airline Services
• Commercial/Private Pilot
• Aircraft Interiors
• FAA Inspector
• Hydraulics Technician
• Helicopter Field Team Member
• Military Contractor

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