This sun-baked central Kansas city has long been a center of aircraft manufacturing, with sprawling facilities for companies like Textron Inc. and Spirit AeroSystems Holdings Inc. dotting the landscape.
November 9, 2016, a day long-awaited for NC3 Executive Director, Roger Tadajewski and President Sheree Utash of WATC as they welcomed a large group of college administrators and aviation industry decision-makers from around the country to the first ever NC3 Aviation Summit.
NC3 Member, West MEC, adds Snap-on Level5 Automated Tool Control System to its World-Class Aviation Center
Western Maricopa Educational Center recently implemented the Snap-on Level 5 Tool Control System to the tool crib of its FAA certified aviation program. West-MEC’s world-class aviation training facility provides the unique opportunity for its high school students to become FAA certified A & P Mechanics immediately upon graduation.
Nearly three dozen highly trained aviation technologists marked their transition into the aviation industry on Friday evening, Aug. 9, as part of PCC’s Aviation Technology Program completion ceremony.