One of America’s fastest-growing metropolitan areas, Charlotte is steeped in history dating back before the American Revolution. Home to Charlotte Douglas International Airport which is one of the busiest airports in the U. S., it is easy to see why there are aviation mechanic schools in North Carolina. Go whitewater rafting, kayaking, paddleboarding, climbing, zip-lining, mountain biking, and more at the US National Whitewater Center or take a walk along the Light Rail Trail or the Little Sugar Creek Greenway, or take a stroll through Freedom Park. Charlotte hosts sports teams from the NFL and the NBA, in the Carolina Panthers and the Charlotte Hornets, as well as a minor league baseball team, the Charlotte Knights. There are plenty of museums, and a fascinating history, not to mention great food such as North Carolina’s famous barbecue.
If you are on the look for aviation mechanic schools in North Carolina, AIM Charlotte’s campus spans 51,000 square feet and includes 17 classrooms. All classrooms are equipped with audio-visual equipment. A fully equipped computer lab and Learning Resource Center are available to provide the resources necessary for training. WiFi is provided throughout the school.