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  1. The deadline to apply for the 2014 Women in Corporate Aviation scholarships is fast approaching. With over $100,000 in scholarships, your application must be completed by August 1st, 2014 to be eligible. Full details on the scholarships and application forms can be found at www.wca-intl.org/scholarships. Scholarships are open to men and women in corporate aviation. Here are the scholarships being offered: CAE SimuFlite CJ3 Type Rating Scholarship - Value: $22,000 CAPS Flight Crew Training - Value: $475 (3 Awards Total) FlightSafety International Citation 560 XL or Citation 560 XLS Type Rating Scholarship - Value: $27,600 Gulfstream Aerospace Corporate Maintenance Technology Scholarship - Value: $5,000 (2 Awards Total) Universal Weather & Aviation FAA-certified Dispatcher Training Scholarship - Value: $3,000 (3 Awards Total) Corporate Flight Attendant Training by Susan C. Friedenberg - Value: $4,200 Aircare FACTS Training - Value: $4,675 Beyond and Above Corporate Flight Attendant Initial Training - Value: $3,500 (5 Awards Total) The Corporate School of Etiquette - Value: $1,900 General Aviation Online Food Safety Training Course - Value: $550 MedAire 2-day Management of In-flight & Illness Course Scholarship - Value: $1,040 WCA Career Scholarship - Value: $3,000 (2 Awards Total) WCA Leadership Scholarship - Value: Up to $3,000
  2. Women in Corporate Aviation Media Contact: Jill Henning | 602-502-6206 | Jill@ForwardStMarketing.com Women in Corporate Aviation Announces 2014 Spring Scholarships SOUTHHAVEN, Miss. – November 19, 2013 – Women in Corporate Aviation (WCA), the premier non-profit mentoring association for professionals in corporate and business aviation, has announced its 2014 Spring Scholarships, which will be presented during the 25th Annual International Women in Aviation Conference in Orlando, FL on March 8, 2014. WCA members may apply by January 5, 2014. The following four WCA Spring Scholarship total $7,250: 1. Women in Corporate Aviation Career Scholarship ($2,000) - For any WCA member pursuing professional development or career advancement to be used toward specific corporate aviation education (not general business course work). Suggestions include: Flight training, dispatcher training, maintenance training, flight attendant training and upgrades in aviation education. Pilots: please submit copies of pilot licenses, medical and logbook pages with your application. 2. Women in Corporate Aviation International Career Scholarship ($2000) – For any non-U.S. based WCA member pursuing professional development or career advancement to be used toward specific corporate aviation education (not general business course work). 3. Dassault Falcon WCA Scholarship ($1,000) – For any WCA member pursuing an aviation-related undergraduate or graduate degree. The applicant must be a U.S. citizen, fluent in English and have maintained a GPA of 3.0 or better (on a 4.0 scale) in current year. 4. USC Viterbi Aviation Safety and Security Scholarship ($2,250) - For any WCA member pursuing education within the USC Viterbi Aviation Safety and Security Program. Scholarship covers the cost of tuition of any course. Who should apply: safety managers, training, flight department and maintenance managers and supervisors, pilots, air traffic controllers, dispatchers and schedulers. Scholarship rules: · Applicants must be WCA members, with dues paid in the last year, and logged into www.wca-intl.org to view scholarship application. · Scholarship will not be awarded to previous winners of WCA scholarships. · Annual membership dues are $40 for individuals and $25 for students. · Applications must include: 500-word essay, two letters of recommendation and certificates, transcripts, and resumes, as applicable. For additional rules and to apply for a WCA scholarship, visit http://www.wca-intl.org/scholarship-application. Click here to join or renew your WCA membership: http://www.wca-intl.org/join-or-renew/ For questions not addressed on the WCA website, email scholarships-wca@wca-intl.org. About Women in Corporate Aviation (WCA) - WCA is a premier 501©(3) non-profit premier mentoring association for professionals in corporate and business aviation. Providing networking, mentoring, scholarships, and educational opportunities for current and future corporate/business aviation professionals, WCA offers individual and corporate memberships. http://www.wca-intl.org. ###
  3. Women in Corporate Aviation offering over $40,000 in Scholarships to be announced at 2013 NBAA Women in Corporate Aviation (WCA), the premier non-profit mentoring association for professionals in corporate and business aviation, has announced seven aviation scholarships to be presented at WCA’s annual scholarship luncheon at noon on Oct. 23, 2013 at the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) 66th Annual Meeting and Convention in Las Vegas, Nevada. The scholarships being offered are: •Aircare FACTS Training Scholarship (valued at $4,675) •Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation – Corporate Aviation Maintenance Technology Scholarship (valued at $5,000) •CAE SimuFlite CitationJet 3 Initial Training Scholarship (valued at $22,000) •MedAire Training Scholarship (valued at $1,040) •Susan C. Friedenberg Corporate Flight Attendant Training & Consulting Scholarship (valued at $3,995) •Universal Weather and Aviation, Inc. – Dispatcher Training Scholarship (valued at $3,000) •WCA Aviation Management Scholarship (valued at $3,000) •WCA Career Scholarship (valued at $2,000) Scholarship applications are due Monday, August 12. Scholarship information and applications can be found at http://www.wca-intl.org/scholarships/. Applicants may apply to up to two WCA scholarships. About Women in Corporate Aviation (WCA) WCA is a premier 501©(3) non-profit premier mentoring association for professionals in corporate and business aviation. Providing networking, mentoring, scholarships, and educational opportunities for current and future corporate/business aviation professionals, WCA offers individual and corporate memberships. For more information, visit http://www.wca-intl.org/.
  4. 2013 SCHOLARSHIPS POSTED!! WCA is pleased to announce the newest lineup of scholarship offerings. The following awards will be presented at the NBAA Convention October 22-24, 2013 in Las Vegas, NV. WCA 2013 Scholarships are available for flight, maintenance, management, flight attendant and other corporate aviation career advancement programs. Scholarship applications are due Monday, August 12, 2013. http://www.wca-intl.org/scholarships/
  5. Women in Corporate Aviation will be exhibiting at the NBAA Flight Attendant / Flight Technician Conference in Washington DC on June 20-22 at the Lowes L'Enfant Hotel. This conference, now in it's 18th year, is not a recruiting event, but an opportunity to "learn new techniques, refine your current skills, and prepare yourself to reach for achievement." If you are new to the industry, it is an excellent chance to network with your fellow Flight Attendants, and share tips and tricks. Find more information at http://www.nbaa.org/events/fa-ft/2013/
  6. Company Name: Allegiant Air Internal Code: Position: Aircraft Systems Engineer (Las Vegas, NV) Description: Requisition Number 12-0238 Title AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS ENGINEER Job Family Engineering & Maintenance Location Corporate Headquarters (Las Vegas) City Las Vegas State NV Job Type Full-Time Description AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS ENGINEER JOB CODE: 6917 DEPARTMENT NAME: Maintenance & Engineering REPORTS TO: Mgr. of Aircraft Systems Engineering POSITION SUMMARY: The Aircraft Systems Engineer is responsible for developing engineering solutions to affect repair to the Allegiant Air aircraft fleet. This position also advises and provides technical expertise to Line Maintenance to ensure on-time fleet operations. Provides oversight and engineering expertise to contracted repair agencies conducting heavy maintenance and repairs to aircraft components. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: - Research and provide data for the development of modifications to improve Allegiant fleet reliability - Provide technical expertise on aircraft systems such as air conditioning and pressurization, fire protection, fuel, hydraulics, ice & rain protection, landing gear, oxygen, pneumatics, and water/waste - In coordination with the Technical Review Committee, analyze Airworthiness Directives (ADs), Service Bulletins (SBs), Service Letters (SLs) to develop Fleet Campaign Directives (FCDs) or other engineering documentation to ensure compliance - Develop Engineering Repair Orders (ERO) for accomplishment of repairs/modifications - Develop Engineering Orders (EO) for the incorporation of modifications to aircraft systems/components - Coordinates repair plans with Materials/Purchasing, Coordinate with Maintenance Planning and Maintenance Control - Coordinate with aircraft heavy maintenance vendors to ensure approved data is used as the basis for repairs/modifications - Assist with CASP analysis and development of reliability improvement initiatives - Other duties as assigned INTERACTIONS: Interacts with all operations departments such as Ground Ops, Flight Ops, and In-Flight Services REQUIREMENTS & QUALIFICATIONS: - Must pass a ten (10) year background check and pre-employment drug screen - Must have authorization to work in the U.S. as defined in the Immigrations Act of 1986 EDUCATION: Bachelor’s Degree in engineering, engineering sciences or aeronautics; Airframe & Powerplant certification or FCC License preferred EXPERIENCE: Five (5) years experience as an engineer in 121 or 135 airline environments with a Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree OR ten (10) years experience in a 121 or 135 airline engineering department with an A&P License. Two (2) years Airbus engineering experience preferred. KNOWLEDGE: - Knowledge of Airbus/757/MD-80 aircraft systems, - Knowledge of and ability to understand OEM Wiring Diagram Manuals (WDM) and schematics - Knowledge of an ability to research ADs and other FARs WORK ENVIRONMENT: Minimal travel and onsite visits to MRO facilities PHYSICAL DEMANDS/REQUIREMENTS: Ability to wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) (High Visibility clothing, Ear protection, safety glasses) when required REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION STATEMENT: Allegiant Travel Company commits to making a reasonable accommodation to the known physical and mental limitations of qualified individuals with disabilities and qualified veterans, unless such accommodation would impose an undue hardship on the conduct of its business. In determining the extent of its obligation, Allegiant Travel Company will consider business necessity and financial costs and expenses, among other factors. Address: Allegiant Travel CompanyATTN: Customer RelationsPO Box 401026Las Vegas, NV 89140 Application info: http://www.avianation.com/aviation_jobs/jobDetail.cfm?jobID=10122029526&tparm=0
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  8. WCA 2012 Scholarships WCA is pleased to announce the newest lineup of scholarship offerings. The following awards will be presented at the NBAA (WAI) Convention Oct. 30 - Nov 1, 2012 in Orlando, FL (www.NBAA.org) WCA/NBAA 2012 - Application Due Sunday September 30, 2012 Women in Corporate Aviation 2012 Career Scholarship ($2000) The Women in Corporate Aviation Career Scholarship is offered by the members and sponsors of Women in Corporate Aviation to any person pursuing professional development or career advancement in any job classification of corporate/business aviation. The award must be used toward a specific program of education. Suggested uses include (but are not limited to): Flight training, dispatcher training, maintenance training, corporate flight attendant training and upgrades in aviation education. The award cannot be used for general business course work. Scholarship will not be awarded to previous winners of Women in Corporate Aviation scholarships. If you are a pilot please submit copies of pilot licenses, medical and logbook pages with your application. Corporate Flight Attendant Training Scholarship This four day training program is the day to day job responsibilities of a business aviation flight attendant. You will learn how to approach contract flying, how to interview appropriately for this industry flying on a contractual basis, how to interview for a full time position as an informed candidate, how to manage yourself as a business person which is what you are as a contract/freelance flight attendant and specific marketing techniques for our industry. We also teach a great deal of catering information, food safety awareness and the importance of food on our aircraft throughout the four days as well as International trip planning for remote global travel on our long range aircraft. This includes how to gather the information needed, menu planning, finding catering, ordering it with explicit detail and the intricacies catering presents for International trip planning. (Value $3,995.00) Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. – Corporate Aviation, Maintenance Technology Scholarship Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. is awarding two separate $5,000 scholarships to anyone pursuing professional development or career advancement in any job classification of maintenance aviation technology. The scholarship is open to a woman pursuing a career in or directly related to Aviation Maintenance or currently enrolled in an Aviation Maintenance Technician Program (A&P), Avionics Training Program or a degree in Aviation Maintenance Technology. The award must be used toward a specific program of education in the area of aviation maintenance. Suggested uses include (but are not limited to): maintenance airframe and power plant (A&P) certificate, collegiate level aviation maintenance courses, and avionics certification. Award winner may be considered for future co-op or internship position with Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation. Applicants will be considered based on their personal accomplishments, community involvement, academic standing, and career goals. Applicants must be 18 years or older, be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident, and have a high school diploma or GED. In addition to the WCA requirements, applicant shall provide an essay (500-1000 words) detailing how this scholarship will benefit their education and/or chosen career path. Scholarship winners are required to use their award toward a specific aviation maintenance program, including airframe and powerplant certification, college-level aviation maintenance courses or avionics technician certification. The winners will be announced during the National Business Aviation Association Meeting and Convention, Oct. 30-Nov. 1 in Orlando, Fla. Universal Weather and Aviation, Inc. Dispatcher License Training Scholarship (1 available at $3445 each) Universal Weather and Aviation The Universal Aviation and Weather, Inc. Scholarship is offered to professionals seeking to advance their careers in corporate aviation with an FAA Dispatcher License. Applicants must be able to read, speak, and understand English; 23 years of age must be verified.This scholarship includes the exam fees. Amount of award: USD Start with online courses, then spend two weeks on-site in Houston - Total cost: $3,445 Program fee*: $2,995 FAA written exam: $100 FAA practical exam: $350 This new program allows you to complete half of the coursework online over a four-month period. Once you complete the online requirements, you will spend two weeks at our training facility in Houston to complete the practical portion and take the FAA exams. (It is recommended that all students complete the two-week on-site course as soon as possible - no later than 2-3 months after completing the online modules.) * Program fee does not include lodging, meals, or exam fees. Please refer to http://www.universalweather.com/tripsupport/faa-approved-aircraft-dispatcher-training-courses/ for more details. (Value $3,445.00) Aircare FACTS Training - WCA Scholarship Award (value: $4675) This five-day initial or two-day recurrent emergency procedures training for business aviation crewmembers is available at any of 50-plus Aircare FACTS Training programs throughout the United States. The initial training is divided into two-day indoctrination/galley safety and service training and three-day Aircare FACTS initial emergency procedures training. All training meets FAR Part 135 requirements, industry best practices and IS-BAO standards. MedAire 2-day Management of In-flight & Illness Course Scholarship The MedAire training class provides an aviation-focused course that covers altitude physiology, first aid, CPR certification, defibrillator training, blood borne pathogens and much more. Classes are held at various locations including FlightSafety, SimuFlite, MedAire and other special located facilities throughout the world. Our schedule can be found on-line at http://www.medaire.com/training.asp University of Southern California Viterbi Aviation Safety & Security Scholarship ($2250)MedAir USC Viterbi Aviation Safety and Security Scholarship is offered by the members and sponsors of Women in Corporate Aviation to anyone who has demonstrated interest in aviation safety or management in corporate/business aviation. This award is for the cost of tuition of the 4.5 day Human Factors in Aviation Safety Course offered by USC Viterbi. This course will provide the participant with human factors knowledge and practical tools that can be readily applied to improve safety within their organization. Who should apply?: safety managers, training, flight department and maintenance managers and supervisors, pilots, air traffic controllers, dispatchers and schedulers. (Value $2,250.00) WCA Aviation Management Scholarship The WCA Aviation Management Scholarship Award is offered to assist individuals currently in the Corporate Aviation Industry with the costs of professional development toward careers in aviation management. The award may be used for the following: 1) NBAA Certified Aviation Manager Certification, 2) NBAA leadership conference, 3) NBAA PDP courses including SDPD, and others such as, Aviation Safety and Security training courses (USC Viterbi programs), or Aviation Management Certificate programs (ERAU). Applicants must possess relevant certifications such as pilot certificates, A&P, Dispatcher’s License, or ATC certifications. Applicants must provide details of course chosen and the cost of the program. Sponsored by: The WCA Membership, Rolls-Royce, N.A., and The Home Depot Funds may cover program fees and examination fees (upon successful completion). Maximum one award per person per year Maximum value up to $3000 (may be less depending on course selected). Scholarships are open to all active WCA Members- male or female. Get more information at www.WCA-intl.org/scholarships
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AviaNation.com- the worldwide aviation job posting site, has these pilot jobs available this week: Pilot Engineering Test Pilot, Production Flight Test & Delivery EMB145 Captain *EARN 395.000US DOLLARS ON COMPLETION OF 3YEARS CONTRACT WITH TIANJIN AIRLINES ERJ190 Captains *EARN OVER HALF A MILLION DOLLARS ON COMPLETION OF 3YEARS CONTRACT WITH TIANJIN AIRLINES* A320 Captains *EARN OVER HALF A MILLION DOLLARS ON COMPLETION OF 3YEARS CONTRACT WITH TIANJIN AIRLINES* Captains and First Officers (Richmond, BC) Senior Pilot (Islandia, NY) Piston Captains, King Air Captains, B400A Captains (UK) Second-in-Command - St. Louis Pilot-in-Command - St. Louis Pilot (Bloomington, IN) ISR Pilot for Beechcraft King Air 90 / 200 ISR Pilot for Dash 8 A320 Pilots (San Francisco) Pilots (USVI) Captian for Gulfstream GIV SP First Officer Pilot Senior Pilot (Islandia, NY) First Pilot (Chesterfield, MO) Full Time Flight Instructor A320 Pilots (Barcelona) Demonstration Pilot (Hartford, CT) Demonstration Pilot (Wichita, KS) Instructor Pilot - Learjet (Dallas, TX) Flight Instructor (Charlotte, NC) Ground Instructor/Pilot (Appleton, WI) A320 Commanders (Italy) A320 First Officers (Italy) G450 Contract Captains-Middle East LR 60 Contract CAPTAINS –Africa Flight Instructor A320 Captains - Sichuan A320 Captains - Tianjin Airlines (China) A320 Captains with Shenzhen Airlines - $149k per year (net) (China) A330 Captains - Hainan Airlines A330 Captains - Sichuan Airlines A340 Captains - Hainan Airlines B737NG Captains - Hainan Airlines B737NG Captains with Shenzhen Airlines - $149k per year (net) (China) B767 Captains - Hainan Airlines EMB-145 Captains with Tianjin Airlines (Tianjin, China) EMB-190 Captains with Tianjin Airlines (Tianjin, China) A320 Captains - Jetstar Asia (Singapore) A320 Captains - West Air A330 Captains - Air China (Worldwide) B737 Captains - Skymark Airlines (Japan) B737-300 Captains - Donghai Airlines (China) CL605 Captains for Business Aviation Asia (BAA) (China) CL605 FO - Business Aviation Asia (BAA) (China) CL850 Captains - Business Aviation Asia (BAA) (China) CL850 FO - Business Aviation Asia (BAA) (China) F7X Captains - Business Aviation Asia (BAA) (China) F7X FO for Business Aviation Asia (BAA) (China) F900EX Captains - Business Aviation Asia (BAA (China) F900EX FO for Business Aviation Asia (BAA (China) G550/450 Captains - Business Aviation Asia (BAA) (China) G550/450 FO - Business Aviation Asia (BAA) (China) HW4000 Captains - Business Aviation Asia (BAA) (China) HW4000 FO - Business Aviation Asia (BAA) (China) Non rated FO - Business Aviation Asia (BAA) (China) Non rated Captains - Business Aviation Asia (BAA) (China) Boeing Pilots - Fixed Term Seasonal Helicopter S76 C++ Captain (M/F) (West Africa) B737 or B757 Captain - Non Type Rated B737 or B757 Captain - Type Rated B737 or B757 First Officer - Type Rated B737 or B757 First Officer - Non Type Rated Service Pilots - Non Type Rated Captains Service Pilots - Non Type Rated First Officers ATR72 TRI/TRE (India) B737NG Captains (India) B737NG TRI/TREs and Captains (India) A330 Captains (India) B777 Captains (India) B757/B767 First Officers (Europe) MD-11 EASA Mechanic (Belgium) Pilot Specialist (Lexington, MA) B350 Pilot (Texas) PC-12 Pilot (Africa) Pilot Ground School Instructor Part 121 First Officers Second Officer - Air New Zealand Jet First Officer - Air New Zealand Regional Airlines Pilot: First Officer (Kingsport, TN) Corporate Co-Pilot (Naperville, IL) BBJ - First Officer (Abu Dhabi, UAE) Citation Sovereign Captain (based STN) Era EC135 Flight Instructor (Lake Charles, LA) Flight Deck Opportunities- First Officers (Dubai) Flight Deck Opportunities- Captains (Dubai) Aviation Courseware Developer (Burnsville, MN) Product Marketing Associate (Burnsville, MN) Flight Instructor (Orlando) You can view and apply to these jobs at www.AviaNation.com/student. AviaNation.com does not get in the middle of your hiring, and we don't take your salary when hired. These jobs are reserved for our members, but will be available to everyone for free in a week or so: Flight Instructor Pilot Ground Instructors (3) - Miramar, FL Aircraft Pilot (Thermal, CA) Aviation Captain (Charlotte, NC) A320 First Officer, Captain, SFI’s, TRI’s, TRE’s (FD451) (Middle East) BD700 First Officer, Captain, SFI’s, TRI’s, TRE’s (FD450) (Middle East) CL 65 First Officer, Captain, SFI’s, TRI’s, TRE’s (FD449) (Middle East) First Officer, Captain, SFI’s, TRI’s, TRE’s (FD444) (Middle East) A320/ATR72 Pilots (Albania) - 22 vacancies B737-800 First Officers (Dubai) - Pilot Selection Event - May 2012 A330 Captains, & First Officers - Korean Air (Seoul, Korea) A330 Non Type Rated Captains & First Officers - Korean Air (Seoul, Korea) B737NG Captain & First Officers, Korean Air B777 Captains & First Officers, Korean Air (Seoul, Korea) B777 Non Type Rated Captains,& First Officer (Seoul, Korea) B744 First Officers, Korean Air (Seoul, Korea) Jet Captain - CL 300 (St. Louis, MO) Chief Pilot (Anchorage, AK) A320 Captain and First Officer based in Japan A320 First Officers for Australia (and) A320 First Officers and Captains for New Zealand Pilot Recruiting Seminar in Kansai Airport - April 26, 2012 Pilots - U.S.A. Captain, Citation CJ3, Citation Bravo and Citation XLS International Senior Flight Officer (San Jose, CA) PIC AS350 B2 Pilot Instructor - Ground/Simulator (LAS) Boeing 767 / 737NG Pilots (Calgary, AB) A320 Captain (Asia) Airline Pilots (Canada) Challenger 300 Captain (San Jose, CA) Gulfstream G200 Captain (Beijing, China) ATR 42/72 Captain and First Officer (Poland) Aircrew Ground Instructor (Cleveland, OH) Flight Navigator 3 (Seattle, WA) Bell 412/ 212 Pilot- Hawaii/ Alaska Flight Operations Manager (Houston, TX) A320 Captains and TRI/ TRE's INDIA AVRO/RJ TRE B737-EFIS/NG Captain approx.179k / year-Hainan Airlines (China) GV / 550 Captain approx. 166k-169k / year-Beijing Capital Airlines (Deer Jet) (China) A320 Captain 200k-207k / year-Tianjin Airlines (China) A320 Captain US$190k-US$244k / year -Spring Airlines (China) A330 / A340 Captain approx. 198k / year-Hainan Airlines (China) EMB 170/175/190 Captain 188k-195k / year-Tianjin Airlines (China) Supervisor of Flight (Lake Charles, LA) B757/767 Captains Required (Kazakhstan) ATR72 Captains Instructors & Examiners (India) A320 Captains - TURKISH AIRLINES Garuda Indonesia CRJ700/900 or 1,000 Captains and FOs ATR72 500-600 FLEET MANAGER (Australia) G200 Captain approx. 154k-157k / year-Shanghai Deer Jet (China) Captain (Corporate Aircraft) - Bedford, MA Fixed Wing Captain (G-450 / BBD-700) - Morristown, NJ Chief Pilot (West Coast) Sun Co-pilot ATR 42/72 (Russia) Commander Sun ATR 42/72 (Russia) Co-Pilot for Boeing 737-300/400/500 (Russia) Pilot in Command for Boeing 737-300/400/500 (Russia) CL-300 Contract CAPTAINS and First officers –South America CL-601 Contract CAPTAINS – North America & Africa A340 First Officers(Saudi Arabia) A340 Captain (Saudi Arabia) CL-605 Contract CAPTAINS – Asia Falcon 2000LX/EX EASy Contract CAPTAINS –Africa Global Express Contract CAPTAINS –Asia RA4000 Contract CAPTAINS –Asia Captains and First Officers (f/m) on Falcon 900EX EASy + Global Express Faculty, Professional Pilot Aviation Pilot, Adjunct Instructor B-737 First Officers MD11 First Officer Cirrus SR2X Corporate Pilot – Flight Instructor Rotor Wing Pilot (Full-time) - Sioux Falls, SD Fixed Wing Pilot (Part Time) - Sioux Falls, SD Rotor Wing Pilot - Fargo, ND/Bemidji, MN First Officer / Co-Pilot (CYXU) First Officer (Newburgh, NY) Fixed Wing Second-in-Command - Casper, WY A340 First Officer, Captain, SFI’s, TRI’s, TRE’s (FD446) (Middle East) B777 First Officer Captain, SFI’s, TRI’s, TRE’s (FD445) (Middle East) Flight Coordinator (Columbus, OH) F50 TRI (Europe) Challenger 850 Contract CAPTAINS –Asia Challenger 850 CAPTAINS –Asia Part-Time CFI (KAPC) DTW Domicile Chief Pilot MSP Domicile Chief Pilot Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance First Officer (CONUS) (Dayton, Ohio) First Officer (Denver, CO) B757/767 Captains Ethiopian (Ethiopia)
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  11. EMIRATES RECRUITING AT THE WOMEN IN AVIATION CONVENTION Emirates has signed up for two booths at the Women in Aviation Convention in Dallas on March 8-10. They are on a hiring spree and will be recruiting heavily at the show, which is open to men and women in aviation. In addition to Emirates, you will also find these companies recruiting: 352 AAR Corp. 248 ACES / Dynamic Instruments 355 AeroTurbine, Inc 261 Air Evac Lifeteam 349 Air Force Reserve 115 Air Line Pilots Association International 142 Air National Guard 230 Air Race Classic, Inc. 427 Air Wisconsin Airlines Corp. 430 Airbus 224 Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA) 339 Airline Ground Schools 318 Alaska Airlines 325 American Airlines 325 American Airlines Federal Credit Union 325 American Eagle 212 American Eurocopter 117 Assoc for Women in Aviation Maintenance(AWAM) 257 Atlas Air, Inc. 319 Aviall Services, Inc 112 AviaNation.com 256 Aviation Exploring, BSA 417 Aviation Jewelry.com 153 B/E Aerospace 151 Bell Helicopter Textron, Inc. 438 CAE Inc 441 Cape Air / Nantucket Airlines 411 Central Washington University 151 Cessna Aircraft Company 149 Cochise Community College 413 Coradine Aviation Systems 161 Crocs Work 348 CSC DUATS 337 David Clark Company Inc. 225 Delta Air Lines, Inc. 233 Delta Community Credit Union 431 Delta State University-Commercial Aviation Department of Defense 255 Department of Interior, Aviation Managem 324 DTC DUAT Service 157 Eagle Jet International 131 Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University 460 Emirates Airlines 425 Experimental Aircraft Association 228 ExpressJet Airlines 409 FAA / Airmen DUI / DWI Program 215 FAA Aircraft Certification Service 217 FAA Runway Safety Program 367 FAA Wildlife Mitigation Database and Website 165 Federal Air Marshals 213 Federal Aviation Administration 453 FedEx Express 252 Flexjet by Bombardier 232 Flights of Fancy 442 Girls With Wings 137 Gulfstream, A General Dynamics Company 361 Helicopter Association International 216 Higher Power Aviation 320 Horizon Air 405 International Society of Women Airline Pilots 262 International Women's Air & Space Museum 313 Jeppesen 452 Jet Professionals, LLC 125 JetBlue Airways 143 Kansas State University at Salina Aviation 328 LeTourneau University 365 Med-Trans Corporation 264 Michigan Institute of Aviation and Technology 146 Middle Tennessee State University 163 myflighttrain.com 437 Nashville Convention and Visitors Bureau 331 National Air Traffic Controllers Association 350 National Gay Pilots Association 443 National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency 353 National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration 343 National WASP WWII Museum 218 Ninety-Nines, Inc. 134 OBAP / Bessie Coleman Aerospace Legacy 249 Pinnacle Airlines 250 Pittsburgh Institute of Aeronautics 214 PlaneSense Inc 237 Pratt & Whitney 415 Professional Women Controllers, Inc. 140 Ryan International Airlines 450 Savoya 369 Sebring US Sport Aviation EXPO 344 Signature Flight Support Corporation 145 SkyOne FCU 341 SkyWest Airlines 440 Southern Illinois University Carbondale 219 Southwest Airlines 444 Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology 451 Tarrant County College NW 155 Telex Communications 114 Texas Woman's University 245 The Abingdon Co 315 The Boeing Company 407 Tuskegee Airmen Inc U S Navy 242 U.S. Coast Guard 448 U.S. Marine Corps Officer Program 113 UND Aerospace 330 United Airlines 124 United Nations - Department of Field Support 429 University Aviation Association 136 University of Dubuque 312 UPS 260 US Airways 356 USAA 254 Utah State University Aviation 436 Utah Valley University Aviation Science 454 Vaughn College of Aeronautics 354 Virgin America WAI Membership/Chapter Booth WAI Merchandise WAI Silent Auction 121 Walmart Aviation 439 Western Michigan University 403 Westminster College 129 Wings Financial 110 Women in Corporate Aviation 118 Women Military Aviators 345 XOJET Inc More information can be found at http://www.wai.org/1...ence/index.cfm. If you are looking for a career in aviation, this is the place to be.
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  14. The deadline is fast approaching for the Women in Corporate Aviation scholarships for Corporate Flight Attendant men and women (as well as other job categories), Here's the list of scholarships currently being offered: WCA Management Scholarship (Max $5000) Universal Weather and Aviation, Inc. Dispatcher License Training. ($3495) Women in Corporate Aviation Career Scholarship ($2000) Susan C. Friedenberg Corporate Flight Attendant & Consulting Scholarship ($3800) FACTS Training - Initial or Recurrent Training ($4765) NASTAR Two Day Upset Prevention Recovery Training (UPRT) Scholarship Service Essentials Initial Training ( New and Transitioning Flight Attendants $1850) Aviation Safety, Crisis and Emergency Response Training (ASCERT™) Scholarship ($4000) Beyond & Above Corporate Flight Attendant Initial Training Scholarship (4 scholarships/$3300 each) MedAir - MedAire 2-day Management of In-flight & Illness Course Scholarship. FlightSafety International Flight Attendant Initial Course Complete information can be found on the WCA website (www.wca-intl.org) at http://www.wca-intl.org/scholarships.htm
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