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We partner with the best to be the best.

We value our academic and industry partners. They generously provide with the relationships and resources that enhance our ability to bring our pilots a top-flight, valuable education.

Republic Airways
Founded more than 40 years ago as the small turboprop commuter Chautauqua Airlines in Jamestown, NY, Indianapolis-based Republic Airways Holdings has grown into one of the nation's largest regional carriers, with more than $1.2 billion in annual revenue, a fleet of about 200 aircraft and approximately 1,000 scheduled daily flights to 110 cities in the US, Canada and the Caribbean. The Institute’s partnership with Republic gives our students access to pilot expertise, information about trends in the industry, and how the hiring process works. Additionally, it guarantees a job interview to students who qualify. 

Trans States Airlines
When Trans States Airlines began as Resort Air in 1982, it operated just a handful of Metro II aircraft and carried just under 7,000 passengers during its first year of operation—tourists, primarily, between its headquarters in St. Louis and a popular lake two hours south of the city (hence the call sign "Waterski," which Trans States still uses to this day). Since that time, Resort Air has evolved from a small boutique carrier into Trans States Airlines, a carrier that now serves over 4.5 million passengers a year.  The Metro IIs have been replaced by an all-jet fleet of Embraer 145s, and Trans States now flies on behalf of United Airlines (as United Express) and American Airlines (as American Eagle), providing service to over 80 cities in North America with approximately 237 daily flights. The Institute is an affiliate in the Aviators internship program.

Frasca International
Founded in 1958 by Rudy Frasca, an aviation pioneer, Frasca’s goal has always been to build the highest-quality flight simulators available. Over five decades later, and with an installed base of over 2,600 products in 70 countries, Frasca has become an established and trustworthy leader in flight simulation. The company believes that aviation safety is enhanced by providing pilots with a highly accurate and realistic training experience, and takes great pride in its unparalleled engineering and manufacturing capabilities.

Flightstar Corporation
Flightstar has served as Willard Airport’s fixed-based operator since 1978, and has grown to employ over 120 people. With its 10,000 square foot terminal facility and 68,000 square foot maintenance facility, Flightstar’s state-of-the-art operation includes line operations, flight operations, and maintenance and avionics operationS.

ForeFlight
The ForeFlight Educational Licensing Program (ELP) is a volume licensing program for accredited aviation programs which allows institutions to offer ForeFlight services at a discount to their faculty and students.They help train the pilots of the future with the technology offered today by providing pilots flight training, charts, aviation weather, airport information, document management, and more.

Parkland Point
Located steps from the college, Parkland Point offers luxury campus living and a structured student environment. The property features a 24-hour staffed, gated community, along with resort-style swimming pool, monthly gatherings, and weekly study groups.
 

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