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Thrust Flight Introduces A&P Curriculum at ADS Campus

Wrenching in the Lone Star State

Thrust Institute of Maintenance announced that it will imminently offer an Airframe & Powerplant technician program at its facility on Texas’s Addison Airport (ADS).

The new program will provide aspiring aviation technicians an exceptional educational experience and opportunity to earn the FAA’s Airframe & Powerplant (A&P) mechanic certification—a standard prerequisite to the aircraft maintenance technician career.

Thrust Institute of Maintenance is an affiliate of Thrust Flight, a nationally recognized flight school renowned for its commitment to excellence in pilot training. Consistent with its parent institution’s guiding ethos, Thrust Institute of Maintenance offers upcoming aviation technicians an innovative curriculum administered by instructors dedicated to their students’ individual and collective success.

Thrust Institute of Maintenance director Jon Dillenberg stated: “At Thrust Institute of Maintenance, we are passionate about shaping the future of aviation maintenance professionals. With our cutting-edge facility and experienced faculty, we aim to provide students with a comprehensive education that equips them with the necessary skills to thrive in the aviation industry as Aviation Maintenance Technicians.”

The curriculum at Thrust Institute of Maintenance encompasses a wide range of theoretical and practical modules covering aircraft systems, engines, electrical systems, avionics, and maintenance practices. Through rigorous didactic coursework and  hands-on exercises, diligent students gain deep understandings of aviation mechanics—thereby garnering knowledge and skills essential to the aviation workplace.

Among the advantages enjoyed by Thrust Institute of Maintenance students is the school’s strategic location on northeastern-Texas’s Addison Airport, a thriving hub of aviation activity. The institute’s location allows students to foster strong connections to the aviation industry by immersing themselves in a genuine, functioning airport environment. Moreover, by making themselves part of the ADS community, students better position themselves for internships, networking, and employment prospects.

Thrust Institute of Maintenance takes pride in its faculty, which comprises highly-experienced professionals whose real-world expertise informs their teaching and affords their students immensely valuable insights into the aviation maintenance field.

Thrust Institute of Maintenance is currently accepting inquiries pertaining to its inaugural class. Courses are scheduled to commence in the fall semester.



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