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Jun
14
2018

Universities Order More R44 Cadets

Posted by jhadmin

Torrance, CA – Robinson Helicopter Company received orders for additional R44 Cadets from the universities of North Dakota (UND) and Southern Utah (SUU). This will be UND’s second Cadet and SUU’s third.

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Tags: R44 Robinson Helicopters SUU UND University of North Dakota University of South Dakota
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Apr
16
2018

Sundance Helicopters Partners with University of North Dakota Aerospace for SkyPath Helicopter Pilot Development Initiative

Posted by jhadmin

Las Vegas, April 16, 2018– Sundance Helicopters, Inc., in partnership with The John D. Odegard School of Aerospace Sciences at the University of North Dakota (UND Aerospace), announced the SkyPath program to the university’s helicopter students and staff during the 37th Annual Student Aviation Management Association’s (SAMA) Aerospace Conference and Career Fair. Students discovered more about the SkyPath program which defines a career pathway for future professional aviators and also ensures a consistent, efficient, and effective pipeline for Sundance Helicopters and industry partners to secure operationally-ready and highly-qualified helicopter pilots.

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Tags: Helicopter Career Pathway SkyPath Sundance Helicopters University of North Dakota
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Feb
28
2018

UND-HAI Rotorcraft Pilot and Mechanic Supply Forecast

Posted by jhadmin

The University of North Dakota (UND) in collaboration with the Helicopter Association International (HAI) and the Helicopter Foundation International (HFI) recently completed a study which forecasts the supply of helicopter pilots and mechanics over the next eighteen years. Unless there are some fundamental changes in policy, outreach, scholarships and access to financing, the industry faces largescale deficits in the amount of available and qualified licensed and certificated pilots and mechanics. This lack of human capital could very easily have wider negative consequences on the worldwide transportation industry and global economy.

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Tags: HAI Helicopter Association International UND University of North Dakota
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