Reopening Is Here!
It was with great excitement that National Aviation Academy safely reopened our Tampa Bay campus to students on Monday, May 18, 2020.
After many weeks of social distancing efforts to limit the spread of COVID-19, we’re able to return to what we love: educating the aviation maintenance technicians of tomorrow.
Under the approval of Governor Desantis, our phased approach to reopening upholds safety standards while allowing students to complete their career training.
Safety Is Our Primary Concern
It goes without saying that safety and aviation maintenance training go hand in hand. After all, as technicians, knowing and following safety protocol is the foundation of our trade.
With this and the health and wellbeing of our students and team members in mind, we have reopened with a modified schedule and safety measures in place for the forseeable future.
For more information on what we are doing to keep our facilities clean, safe, and conducive to learning, please click here.
New England Reopening Date TBD
We are working with Governor Baker’s office on a reopening plan for the New England campus, but we do not have a current date at this time. Please note that the building is prepared with the necessary supplies and precautions. We are ready to open once approved.
Please continue to check for updates here.
Giving Thanks As National Aviation Academy Safely Reopens
Most importantly, we want to take a moment to express our gratitude for the support of our students, faculty, and other team members. We have come together with an incredible amount of kindness, respect, and understanding, which allowed us to flourish even during this difficult time.
We appreciate your trust as we adapt to this evolving situation. Know that we are strictly following both state and federal safety recommendations, and are purposefully adjusting operations to keep both students and our team members healthy. If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to reach out to us at [email protected].