Aviation Institute - Manassas is a for-profit college located in Sudley, Virginia in the Washington, D.C. Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 152 undergraduate students. The Aviation Institute - Manassas acceptance rate is 100%. The only major offered is Aircraft Maintenance. Graduating 79% of students, Aviation Institute - Manassas alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $33,700.
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Again this school has had nothing but good things said about it. The cirriculum is filled with classes that go over every caqtegory that has to do with repairing and fabricating aircraft parts. this goes into engine specs, wiring, panel fabrication, composite work, welding,and many more.
My major Is only to get my A&P license as well as my AMTE license. I feel this school will allow me to excel and allow me to grasp my goals faster when it comes to a career path. From outside sources I've heard nothing but good things from the people who attended this school then took their skills to the real world. The workload consist of mostly hands on work but there is a classroom element that will allows me to be more prepared when I pursue a degree for this area of aircraft work.
At the Aviation Institute of Maintenance they give you all of the tools you need to succeed in your chosen career path. after Observing the facility it felt as if I was back at my Technical training school for the military. This is an environment i feel very comfortable in.