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Aircraft Mechanic Schools

Think semis and sedans are for sissies? If you want a mechanics career with some real reach, consider becoming an aviation mechanic. Job competition is tough among the major airlines. Some mechanics still learn on the job.

Aircraft Mechanics

Aviation Mechanics Careers: Training, Salary and Jobs

Aircraft mechanics have an incredibly important job: they ensure that the planes carrying millions of passengers all over the world are 100% safe to fly. In order to stay abreast of new technologies and cost-cutting measures, aviation mechanics must keep their career training up-to-date at all times. This critical job may pay very well; median income for aircraft mechanics, according to the BLS, was about $47,700 in 2006.

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Aircraft Campus & Online Mechanic Schools

 
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Get a hands-on, job-specific education at Lincoln College of Technology.

Selected Campus Locations:
  • Indianapolis
  • Grand Prairie

With more than 300 online and residential areas of study, Liberty offers programs from the certificate to doctoral level.

Selected Campus Locations:
  • Online

LeTourneau University is an interdenominational Christ-centered university.

Selected Campus Locations:
  • Online

Earn Your Degree from U.S. News & World Report-Ranked Florida Tech – 100% Online.  

Selected Campus Locations:
  • Online

National Aviation Academy is a nationally recognized Aviation Maintenance training school, headquartered in Clearwater, Florida. Our programs prepare students for certification by the Federal Aviation Administration.

Selected Campus Locations:
  • Bedford
  • Clearwater