Flamingo Air Partners with U.S. Forestry Service To Help Combat Need for Avionics Electronics Technicians
CINCINNATI, OHIO - MARCH 10, 2017 - Flamingo Air's Airline Ground Schools has announced it is now working with the United States Forestry Service to aid them in recruiting Avionics Electronics Technicians to work for the organization.
"The United States Forestry Service currently has a significant need for Avionics Electronics Technicians with an FCC General Radio Operators License (GROL) Endorsement Certificate," states Flamingo Air's President, Captain Dave MacDonald. "Not only does Airline Ground Schools offer avionics training courses, we help place professionals with the proper certifications in this growing field."
Airline Ground Schools offers several AET primary certification and endorsement courses at its global campus, located at historic Lunken Airport in Cincinnati, Ohio. Established in 1967, AGS is now the most comprehensive school in the world focused on educating and training aircraft dispatchers and aircraft and drone avionics technicians.
Those who currently hold an AET Certificate with a GROL endorsement, and those who would like to earn one, may contact Airline Ground Schools at 513-321-7465 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information, visit www.flamingoair.net.
About Flamingo Air Since 1991, Flamingo Air has been taking future professional and hobbyist pilots on their next adventure. Located at Cincinnati's historic Lunken Airport, Flamingo Air is home to Sightseeing Tours, Flight School, the world-class Airline Ground Schools and Worker Bee Drone Training. Visit www.flamingoair.net, or contact email@example.com.
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