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Aircraft Mechanics School Opening in Kentucky

FEAM Aero, Epic Flight Academy Join Hands to Meet AMT Demand

FEAM Aero, a "leading provider of aircraft line maintenance services in the USA, has partnered with Epic Flight Academy to open a mechanic training facility in Hebron.

With demand for A&Ps and AMTs soaring, schools are posturing to capitalize on the need with well placed training facilities. Hebron lies near the 7th largest cargo airport in North America, home to huge hubs for Amazon Air and DHL Express. The location will leverage the combination of FEAM and Epic to "launch mechanic students into their career and fuel cargo operations at the airport." 

“The opening of this new school at CVG Airport is a significant step towards our goals of helping to expand the aviation maintenance technician workforce and diversifying the industry,” said Cam Murphy, President, of FEAM Aero. “Working with Epic in conjunction with CVG allows FEAM Aero to provide invaluable hands-on experience to all future AMTs by giving them real-world experiences, working on the various aircrafts that enter our hangars, and the ability to work while in school. FEAM Aero is dedicated to building the AMT community of tomorrow by recruiting, training, and developing the next generation of talented individuals from all backgrounds, with a particular focus on transitioning military personnel, women, and minorities. We are excited to award up to 8 scholarships this inaugural year to those interested in attending Epic Flight Academy’s maintenance school at CVG Airport.”

“Partnering with educational institutions to prepare students for a career in aviation is a priority for us at CVG,” said Candace McGraw, CEO, CVG. “We look forward to welcoming Epic Flight Academy to our campus to complement our strong partnership with FEAM Aero. Together, we will transform lives and unlock new career opportunities for people in our region, all while helping fuel continued aviation economic growth in our region.”

“We are very proud of our FAA-certified aircraft mechanic training,” said Josh Rawlins, COO of Epic Flight Academy. “Our graduates are highly sought after and the knowledge and skills they acquire prepares each of them for rewarding careers. We are excited to be partnering with a company like FEAM Aero at this location.”



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