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We understand the aviation industry is very broad. There are several sectors of aviation within both pilot and maintenance career fields. We encourage students to do research before applying to National Aviation Academy (NAA) so they are aware of the opportunities available upon completion of the program. NAA graduates can be found working in various sectors of the aviation industry all over the world.

The past 100 years of aviation, has seen many changes. In 1913 Harry M. Jones flew the First Aerial Parcel Post Service from franklin park in Boston to Governor’s Island in New York. The very next year in 1914, Tony Jannus entered the history books by making the first commercial flight across Tampa Bay on the St. Petersburg-Tampa Airboat Line. That flight showed the world that aviation could be used as a means for transporting passengers to destinations. 

As the century progressed advancements continued. Soon planes and aircraft were no longer just a novelty but instead a staple of life. The military leaned on the aircraft for superiority and businesses relied on them for commerce. Now there are approximately 93,000 commercial flights per day around the world. Can you imagine the quantity of technicians and pilots needed to maintain this schedule? Yes, there are opportunities everywhere.

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