Leading US University Aviation Program is Convening a New National Aviation Symposium in November

22nd Aug 2022

The School of Aviation and Transportation Technology in Purdue University’s Polytechnic Institute, located in Indiana – United States, is convening a new National Aviation Symposium to address the rapidly re-approaching shortage of pilots and aircraft maintenance technicians.

The symposium will be held November 8, 9 and 10, 2022, at Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana. Representatives from all the stakeholders in the national aviation community are invited to attend. These stakeholders include airlines, manufacturers, associations, labor unions, government agencies, academic institutions and the media.

Featured Pilot Training Industry Speakers include;

  • Captain Philip Adrian – CEO of Simulator Manufacturer MPS
  • Kit Darby – President at KitDarby Aviation Consulting
  • Captain Jeffrey Carlson – Leads Flight Operations at Atlas Air
  • Dr Nancy Shane Hocking – Director of Gateway Programs at JetBlue
  • Paul Kinstedt – Senior Vice President and COO at Republic Airways
  • Robert L. Low – Vice President of People and Culture for Republic Airways
  • Allison McKay – CEO of Woman in Aviation International

For more information about the symposium and its agenda please see this page.

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