Most travelers never see the behind-the-scenes, Aircraft Dispatchers, which have joint responsibility with the captain for the safety of the 1.73 million passengers and operational control of the 87,000 flights that take to the skies on any given day in the U.S.
There is soaring demand for Aircraft Dispatchers in Texas which is home to nearly 400 public airports, two major airlines and two of the world’s busiest airports. Positions are also available in a variety of industries that demand routine air transportation, such as oil and gas operations, architectural, engineering and related services, nonscheduled air transportation, local or federal governments, and the aerospace industry.
Requirements to enter the Aircraft Dispatch program differ from those of other programs. Be sure to read the program requirements for the Aircraft Dispatch program before enrolling.
Because this program may prepare you for an occupational license, click here to read additional information about HB1508 Occupational License Eligibility.