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You could ensure a safe-landing career in avionics.

Avionics translates to big bucks.

Texas is a leader in aviation and aerospace with 1,429 FAA-approved airports, four major airlines and 12.1 million annual take-offs and landings in terminal facilities. With those kind of numbers, it’s no wonder the demand for Avionics Technicians to keep onboard instruments functioning and in top shape is growing.

In TSTC’s Avionics Technology, you’ll get hands-on training from a host of civil and military aviation experts as they perform real maintenance on real aircraft in cutting-edge avionics labs containing more than a half million dollars’ worth of avionics radios and test equipment. Learn to repair navigational and communications radios, digital audio systems, flight management computers, aircraft autopilot systems and more, knowledge that will help you earn your General Radio-telephone Operator’s License from the Federal Communication Commission.

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