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Will computers ever fly alone?
Flying jobs will probably change in the future, and you might share the flight deck with an artificial co-pilot, but aircraft will almost certainly have at least one seat for you, with flight controls, for decades to come. Read more >
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Flowing backward
In the seniority-based system of the airlines, the last ones hired are the first to be laid off when furloughs occur. Like a stack of Tetris blocks, many pilots slide down in responsibility and pay. Read more >
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2021 ‘Flight Training’ College Aviation Directory
The 2021 Flight Training College Aviation Directory, sponsored by California Aeronautical University, lists the colleges and universities in the United States that offer associate, bachelor’s, or master’s degrees in an aviation field. Read more >
Two National Air Transportation Foundation scholarships available
The National Air Transportation Foundation offers a $1,000 Pioneers of Flight Scholarship for youth interested in aviation careers, and a $2,500 NATA Business Scholarship for member companies’ employees. Applications are due December 25.
Aviation Institute of Maintenance, Piedmont Airlines partner
Regional air carrier Piedmont Airlines employs Aviation Institute of Maintenance graduates, and thanks to a new strategic partnership, the airline’s employees can receive industry-guided training from the institute.
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Job of the week: Aviation communications strategist/manager, FlightAware
FlightAware, based in Houston, is looking for a talented aviation communications professional to support the company’s content and media efforts. Read the full description and apply today >


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