US University MSU Denver partners with McAir Aviation for program to reduce commercial pilot training time

30th Aug 2021

Metropolitan State University of Denver’s Aviation and Aerospace Science Department has partnered with McAir Aviation for a Pilot Training Program which will result in enrolled student pilots to join airlines with 1,000 hours of experience instead of 1,500 hours. 40 students have already signed up for the program and the partners expect the number to grow.

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