National Aviation Academy (NAA) has been training aviation maintenance professionals since 1932. NAA’s Aviation Maintenance and Advanced Aircraft Systems courses are designed to provide the experience and education required to become a federally licensed Airframe and Powerplant (A&P) technician and embark on an in-demand career with great earning potential. Individuals from across the globe attend campuses located in Clearwater, FL and Concord, MA.CALL NOW 800-292-3228
The 2017 Boeing Pilot & Technician Outlook projects a need for nearly ONE AND A HALF MILLION new commercial airline pilots and maintenance technicians by year 2036. Their estimates include a need for over half a million commercial airline pilots and 648,000 maintenance technicians to meet this tremendous growth.
The median annual wage of aircraft mechanics was $60,170 in May 2016. The lowest 10 percent of aircraft mechanics earned less than $35,960 and the top 10 percent earned more than $87,880. The median wage is the wage at which half the workers in an occupation earned more than that amount and half earned less.
NAA has achieved a worldwide reputation of excellence in the aviation maintenance field.
Focus on industry standards, hands-on training and continually diversifying technologies in aviation.
Both day and night classes are offered for flexibility of schedule. Night classes are currently offered at the Tampa Bay Campus.
takes place in classrooms and at a live airfield so that students can earn practical experience.
Experienced in the Industry
Staff has years of industry experience across all maintenance levels, from commercial and military to aerospace and unmanned.
prepares individuals to test for federal licensure. Graduates can then obtain employment in aviation maintenance and advanced aircraft systems.
Lifetime Career Services
NAA provides lifetime* career services assistance to all graduates.