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Learn to Fly With Aeronautics Training
by Michael Bustamante

09/08 - The field of aviation is an exciting one, and aeronautics training is designed to give a broad overview of aviation technology. The various aeronautics schools in the US and Canada can provide flight training (pilot training), as well as training in aircraft repair and maintenance. Just look at what you can gain with vocational training in aeronautics.

At the beginning level, schools for aeronautics provide programs of study for Associate of Applied Science (AS) degrees. Vocational degree programs involve study of airflow and design of flight machinery, while more specialized flight schools will address all aspects of the science of aviation.

Want to learn how to fly? Depending on the specific school, and the specific course you choose, you can find aeronautics training that can teach you to pilot aircraft. Aspiring pilots may study flight for purposes of general aviation, aerial photography, corporate aviation, or for entering into the airline industry.

Students who are interested in the mechanical aspects of aircraft may wish to study aviation technology. Aviation Maintenance Technicians inspect, repair, and maintain aircraft, and they are in high demand. Students will learn to maintain and repair various aircraft, including planes, jets, helicopters and more. Aviation Maintenance Technician training will include the study of mechanics, and may include onboard devices, such as radios, navigation systems, radar systems, flight computers, and many more sophisticated electronics.

Maybe you are seeking an overall education in aeronautic technology and aviation. Specialized aeronautics schools can provide programs for earning degrees in aviation maintenance, avionics, quality control, and flight. Aeronautics training at every level is a good "flight plan" for those looking for a competitive edge in the field of aviation.

To learn more about how you can prepare for an exciting career in aviation, contact schools on our website today that offer training in aeronautics.

DISCLAIMER: Above is a GENERAL OVERVIEW and may or may not reflect specific practices, courses and/or services associated with ANY ONE particular school(s) that is or is not advertised on

Michael Bustamante is a staff writer for Media Positive Communications, Inc. Find Aeronautics Training, as well as Colleges, Universities, and Vocational Schools at, your resource for higher education.