A B-17, “Flying Fortess” bomber known as “Aluminum Overcast” landed at the Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport over the weekend. Visiting the restored bomber, students from the Youngstown campus toured the aircraft and volunteered their time to care for the plane. One student worked so hard, he was given a free flight.
On Wednesday, September 20th, the Youngstown Campus will host an expansion ribbon-cutting ceremony from 10:30-11:30am. This is open to the public…read more
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Pictured are Youngstown’s 4th semester students posing with their wing fabrication project. Graduation is right around the corner.
Students took advantage of the nice day to practice towing the Learjet. Up next….Taxiing to the runway!read more
In town for the “Thunder Over the Valley” airshow, The Thunderbirds stopped by the Youngstown PIA campus. Pictured with…read more
The Pittsburgh Institute of Aeronautics lands as the No. 11 Two-Year Trade School and is the top school on…read more
PIA would like to thank maintenance recruiters, James Posey and Keith Broyles from ExpressJet for visiting the Pittsburgh campus…read more
Hagerstown third semester student Derrick Zeiders came to school Friday 06-02, dressed in his new uniform. Derrick was talking…read more
On August 5, 2017, a team of PGH students will be competing in the 2017 Pittsburgh Red Bull Flugtag…read more