Aviation Institute - Dallas is a for-profit college located in Irving, Texas in the Dallas-Fort Worth Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 329 undergraduate students. The Aviation Institute - Dallas acceptance rate is 100%. The only major offered is Aircraft Maintenance. Graduating 72% of students, Aviation Institute - Dallas alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $36,000.
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Very helpful staff. It's a great place to get hands on training. I love the instructors. I just do not like how they do not like to give you your money. They find a way to keep all of your money.
faculty is very rude, and most of them don't their job.Students should come first.I would like to see a faculty who puts students first.
I am studying to take my Airframe and Powerplant Test to be certified on aircraft and attending 4 months of Avionics training courses. Everything ive expierienced as a student so far was applicable to the aviation/Aerospace industry. From basics to complex system maintenance, the Aviation Institute of Maintenance in Dallas, Texas has been a great expierience for me and all my instructors taught me to have some integrity and innitiative for any task i am challenged with and for that i show alot of grattitude towards these instructors and it creates a great student teacher relationship as well as a good team with great work ethics.