Georgia Aviation Technical College
Founded: 1996; FAA Licenses and Ratings Offered: Private, Instrument, Commercial SEL and MEL, Airframe, Powerplant and CFI, all pilot ratings available in airplanes and helicopters; Number of Training Airplanes and Types: 7 Piper Warrior IIIs, 4 Cessna 172Rs, 1 Cessna 182, 2 Piper Arrows, 2 Piper Seminoles, 1 Citabria 7ECA, 2 Schweizer 300 CBs, 1 Cessna 402, 1 King Air C90 and 1 Cessna Citation 501. Flight training devices—1 Frasca 141, 1 Frasca 142, 1 King Air C90 and 1 Citation; Degree Offered: Associate of Applied Technology in Flight Technology and a cooperative agreement with Middle Georgia College for Associates of Applied Technology in Aviation Maintenance Technology, Aircraft Structural Technology and Flight Technology.
Remarks: Georgia Aviation Technical College (GAVTC) is accredited by the Council on Occupational Education and chartered by the Georgia Department of Technical and Adult Education. Hold certificates from the FAA for 14 CFR Part 141-approved pilot school and 14 CFR Part 147-approved Aviation Maintenance Technician (AMT) school. Flight degree and AMT diploma programs are 2 years. We also offer a flight diploma program (18 months) and an aircraft structural technology diploma (12 months). Student Career Enhancement Program opportunities possible with State of Georgia Department of Air Transportation, Robins Air Force Base, Boeing Aircraft Company, Gulfstream Aerospace, Air Tran Airlines and Atlantic Southeast Airlines. Modern, state-owned and -operated 180,000-plus-square-foot facility with the state-of-the-art training aircraft and lab equipment. Georgia legal residents qualify for HOPE grant to pay tuition and fees. Other financial aid and loans available. Approved for veteran’s benefits.