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February 03, 2022

National Aviation Academy Boasts 95% Placement Rate

A&P School Sees Tremendous Demand for New Aviation Technicians

The National Aviation Academy has now received some good news for its past, present, and future aviation maintenance students after its accreditor found a placement rate of 95% for alumni. The Academy has been in the business of teaching A&P technicians since 1932, boasting campuses in Florida and Massachusetts. Aviation maintenance is always in demand, a vital portion of keeping the economy alive, if an undersung one. The industry faces a shortfall of students after the 2020 pandemic slump, as enrollment of new students flagged amidst lockdowns and economic uncertainty. In terms of employment security, few industries boast as great a need for new blood as aviation, as evi

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NBAA Mourns Passing of Langhorne Bond, FAA Admin

Friends, Associates Looks Back on History of Growth, Expansion During his Tenure

The National Business Aviation Association has marked the passing of industry friend and administrative veteran, Langhorne Bond. Once, Bond served as the administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration from 1977 to 1981. Bond died on January 29 at the age of 84. Bond was born in Shanghai, China, to then-president of the China National Aviation Corporation, William Langhorne Bond. After the war, he joined his family stateside, beginning a career in administration after obtaining a law degree from the University of Virginia, as well as degrees from Queen's College and McGill.

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