Prepping students for takeoff

Posted 10/1/18

The weather showed glimpses of fall with cooler temperatures in the forecast, but that didn’t stop students from attending Aviation Day at the United Airlines Tech Ops Facility near Denver …

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Prepping students for takeoff

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The weather showed glimpses of fall with cooler temperatures in the forecast, but that didn’t stop students from attending Aviation Day at the United Airlines Tech Ops Facility near Denver International Airport. Students got a chance to talk to professionals in the aviation industry. Demand for pilots is high, and the industry expects a need for more than 200,000 pilots and maintenance technicians by 2036. Among those at the career fair were people involved in mechanical work, engineers, air traffic control, flight attendants, pilots and more.

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