Perhaps a simple, tax deductible approach to solving the projected deficit of future mechanics and pilots would be for airlines, repair stations and aviation manufacturers to sponsor scholarships at F.I.T. and other well regarded aviation education institutions.
Articles by Joe Del Balzo
Airbus Aerial is a service company offering the range of Toulouse expertise to companies which want an aerial view of their businesses and marketplace.
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Before investing in a Rikers Island terminal and runway for LGA, an intense study of arrival and departure patterns should be completed.
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