A former squadron commander of the 493rd Tactical Fighter Squadron of the United States Air Force who helped lead an historic air strike will address Eastern Kentucky University aviation students and others on Friday, April 17.
Do you want to fly airplanes? Studies suggest almost 500,000 pilots are going to be needed over the next 20 years.
Eastern Kentucky University’s aviation program continues to write its name in the skies above the Commonwealth.
On Jan. 28, University officials met with representatives of Ashland Community and Technical College (ACTC) to discuss a 2+2 partnership to offer ACTC students a degree in aviation through EKU’s highly accredited program.
Students from Southeast Kentucky Community and Technical College will soon enjoy the opportunity to take flight and soar, thanks to a new agreement with the Eastern Kentucky University Aviation Program.
Eastern Kentucky University has formed a strategic alliance with ExpressJet Airlines to provide its aviation majors with a clear pathway to a career as an airline pilot.
The Eastern Kentucky University Aviation Program will roll out a new Aerospace Technology concentration this fall.
Eastern Kentucky University’s Aviation Program has reached another milestone.
Eastern Kentucky University has partnered with The Institute for Aerospace Education(IAE), a premier consortium of high schools in Kentucky and bordering states that offer students seven different aerospace courses of studies.
Eastern Kentucky University’s Aviation Program is flying even higher today, recently becoming one of the first universities nationally authorized by the Federal Aviation Administration to designate graduates as candidates for the 1,000-hour restricted Airline Transport Pilot (ATP) certificate.
Based on a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and Computer Assisted Testing Service (CATS) site review and subsequent approval, all aviation majors at Eastern Kentucky University can now take their FAA examinations on the Richmond campus.