July 20, 2010
Kansas State University in Salina, Kan. , will hold seven daily drawings for $2,000 scholarships—one on each day of EAA AirVenture in Oshkosh, Wis., July 26 through Aug. 1.
Recipients must be a high-school junior or senior during the 2010-2011 academic year, be a transfer student, or start earning a bachelor’s degree at Kansas State’s Salina campus within the next two years.
Kansas State’s aviation program features a modern fleet of more than 40 learning aircraft. The program is housed on the university’s Salina campus, located adjacent to Salina Municipal Airport and its 12,000-foot runway.
The university’s aviation program offers degrees in professional piloting, aircraft maintenance, technology management, and engineering technology, as well as air traffic control, airport management, avionics maintenance technology, and unmanned aerial systems.
Kansas State’s exhibit at AirVenture is located at Main Aircraft Display No. 11, just northeast of the main gate
AOPA staff members updated attendees of the Montana Aviation Conference Feb. 27 through March 1 on the association's involvement in issues that affect pilots.
Pilots from Maine and New England turned out in numbers for the annual Maine Aviation Forum hosted by EAA Chapter 1434.
A bill to move aircraft tax revenues to the state aviation fund needs member support to get through the Washington State House.
AOPA thanks our members for their continued support in protecting the freedom to fly.