the demand is real

train for
your aviation maintenance career

the demand is real

train for
your aviation maintenance career

Aircraft Mechanic School

The Airframe & Powerplant Technician Advantage:

Wherever you want to go in this world, chances are aviation maintenance can get you there. And once you arrive, that’s only the beginning. National Aviation Academy’s (NAA) hands-on career training will prepare you for the limitless opportunities available in aviation maintenance. We want you to dream bigger, reach higher, and watch your career take off!

Established in 1932, our legacy of high-quality aviation maintenance education spans decades. We have the experience, and want to share our knowledge and expertise with the next-generation of Airframe and Powerplant (A&P) professionals.

Our practical, career-focused training takes place in aircraft hangars, labs, and classrooms. Graduates have been placed in careers across the nation and even the globe. Start building your future at National Aviation Academy today!

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Types of Aviation Maintenance Checks

What is a Maintenance Check?  The aviation industry is highly regulated, meaning that airlines and other commercial airline companies must practice...

The Value of Hands-On Training

Hands-On Training and The Student Experience The saying “one size fits all” does not apply to instruction and training methods. Students at National...

Structures & Sheet Metal

A Look Into NAA's Sheet Metal Project At National Aviation Academy, one of the most important projects a student will learn deals with structures...

What are A&P Licenses?

What are A&P licenses? A&P licenses are the two Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) certificates required to become an aviation...

Our programs

The Demand is real...

Aviation Maintenance Technicians Needed Worldwide According to Boeing

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Workforce That Is At Or Near Retirement Age According To ATEC

Average Daily Worldwide Flights in 2019 According to Flight Radar 24

...and naa is providing the solution!

Testimonials

“I think a lot of women are intimidated by this kind of work or they see themselves in a cookie-cutter role. I hope that more women will get into trades and technical work like this because there’s a demand for it. At the end of the day it feels really good knowing that I’m helping pave the way for women coming up behind me.”

Elisa Warden

Avionics Technician , Textron

“My instructors were knowledgeable about the subjects, and able to give me tips and tricks beyond the curriculum to improve my understanding of the material. With their support and National Aviation Academy’s curriculum I was able to, not only get my certifications, but secure employment!”

Mason Herges

Avionics Technician, Air Wisconsin