By Jul DeGeus
AIM Houston Hawks earned the title of first place overall in the AMT school category, with the fastest time in the Atheer AiR & American Airlines Augmented Reality Pedestal events, while AIM Dallas placed first in the Pratt & Whitney Geared Turbo Fan Engine event.
Other events included: JetBlue University ADS-B Troubleshooting, Aerospace Maintenance Competition Safety Wiring, Boeing Fiber Optics, Alaska Airlines External Power Receptacle Event, FedEx Express Turbine Engine and many more.
The AIM Dallas team was coached by Kyle Schwartz and team members included: Julian Barrera, Oscar Castillo, Nolan Glahn, John Le and Jordan Oneal. AIM Houston Hawks, Joshua Borel, Jonathan Davis, Cordero Garcia, Brandon LaMora and Fernando Viertons, were coached by Michael Riccardelli.
Congratulations, AIM Dallas and AIM Houston!
About Aviation Institute of Maintenance
Aviation Institute of Maintenance (AIM) is a network of aviation maintenance schools with campuses coast-to-coast across the United States and headquarters located in Virginia Beach, Va. AIM students are trained to meet the increasing global demands of commercial, cargo, corporate and private aviation employers. AIM graduates are eligible to take the FAA exams necessary to obtain their mechanic’s certificate with ratings in both Airframe and Powerplant. AIM’s campuses are located in the following major metro areas: Atlanta, Philadelphia, Dallas, Houston, Indianapolis, Las Vegas, Washington, D.C., Kansas City, Mo., Oakland, Calif., Orlando, Fla., and Norfolk, Va. Learn more at: www.AviationMaintenance.edu.