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Massachusetts Business Aviation Association

In order to quality, a student must be either a Massachusetts resident OR attending a training institution within Massachusetts. To be considered, MBAA asks that the student meet one of the following criteria:

  • Enrolled in an aviation-related undergraduate program with rising sophomore status or higher
  • Enrolled in an aviation-related graduate program irrespective of class
  • Enrolled in an FAA approved part 141 or 142 flight school pursuing an ATP or Flight Instructor certificate
  • Enrolled in an FAA part 147 certified A&P school with a minimum of 800 clock hours completed

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CAE, a Dallas-based aviation training corporation, will award up to FOUR corporate aircraft training scholarships in 2017. These scholarships will be awarded to four different students or recent graduates of University Aviation Association member institutions. The aims of the scholarship are to:


(1)Provide additional industry-based training opportunities for university aviation students: and,

(2)To broaden the awareness of corporate aviation career paths among university aviation students.


The scholarship will include initial training (in crews of two) resulting in a type rating in an entry-level  corporate jet upon successful completion of the course. The applicant is responsible for all travel and housing-related costs.


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ORBAA - Ohio Regional Business Aviation Association

The Ohio Business Aviation Association (ORBAA) is offering two $2,500 scholarship awards to assist with the educational and development costs of a
future Business Aviation professional.

  • $2,500 Pilot Scholarship
  • $2,500 Maintenance Scholarship

Click here to download an information flyer and application, or visit the ORBAA at