Carolina Aeronautical Solidifies Reputation as Leading Light of US Airframe and Powerplant Schools Through New Training Associations

Simpsonville, SC, February 23, 2012 --( One of the US’s top Airframe and Powerplant Schools, Carolina Aeronautical has recently announced that they have further cemented their industry reputation through link ups with two of the top professional associations in the industry. They have recently established training links with the Professional Aviation Maintenance Association as well as the National Association of Radio and Telecommunications Engineers.

By linking the school with these two organizations, the Carolina Aeronautical’s operations staff has presented students, both present and future with new opportunities to gain entry into this competitive field. In addition, thanks to the connection with the Professional Aviation Maintenance Association and the National Association of Radio and Telecommunications, the school will now be able to offer in-class training that is modeled directly on the latest industry breakthroughs. This will help to ensure that those students graduating from the school’s many available courses are well-versed in the professional protocols of modern aeronautical maintenance.

With innovative training options now available at conveniently located Carolina Aeronautical school sites in the US and across Europe, more students than ever before have the opportunity to affordably begin their career in the lucrative field of aircraft maintenance though this US leader of airframe and powerplant training schools.

Those interested in learning more about the school’s course syllabus, as well as their cutting-edge facilities and training methods may wish to contact the organization directly to find out more information about what Carolina Aeronautical has to offer.

Carolina Aeronautical
John Gallien