Aviation

Career Coach buttonNorthwest Campus provides two Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)-approved programs:

  • Part 147 Aircraft Maintenance Program
  • Part 141 Flight Program

Aircraft Maintenance Program Highlights

  • Two year A.A.S. degree or certificate of completion in four areas of specialization
  • Largest aviation education facility in Texas
  • $3 million in training equipment
  • Outstanding Faculty – 5 FAA Designated Mechanics Examiners

Professional Pilot Program Highlights

  • Two-year program
  • Professional pilot-centered training
  • American Eagle Pipeline Participant through our partner, US Aviation Academy
  • Guaranteed interview with US Aviation Academy for Certified Flight Instructor (CFI) position following completion of CFI Program
  • Restricted Airline Transport Pilot Certificate (ATP) qualified (pending approval)
  • Cessna, Piper and Schweizer Aircraft
  • Self-Examining Authority
  • Price competitive

 

Contacts

Joseph McCourt, Director of Aviation
817-515-7250
joseph.mccourt@tccd.edu

Mark Loud, Aviation Maintenance Department Chair
817-515-7248
mark.loud@tccd.edu

Tyson Walker, Professional Pilot Department Chair
817-515-2128
tyson.walker@tccd.edu

 

 

Updated March 19, 2014

 

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