SCOTTSDALE, AZ – April 9, 2015 — As a corporate sponsor of the Alaska Aviation Heritage Museum, Copperstate Turbine Engine Company (CTEC) is continuing its support of aviation in Alaska.
In cooperation with the museum, CTEC is conducting TPE331 Line Maintenance courses using the museum’s theater as a classroom. Three courses are scheduled for 2015, with the first being completed in March. Participating companies were Clearwater Air, Katmai Air and Ryan Air.
Providing a unique, aviation rich environment, the location provides an interesting venue where students are surrounded by Alaskan aviation nostalgia and memorabilia.
The two remaining classes are scheduled for May 4 – 8, in conjunction with the Alaska Operators Conference, and November 16 – 20. CTEC is currently accepting enrollment for both courses, seats are limited. Cost to attend is $2300.00 per student.
For more information, or to enroll, please contact our Training Coordinator Bob Vrabel at 480-797-6665.
Copperstate Turbine Engine Company (CTEC) and its sister company, Glendale Aero Services (GAS), offer a broad array of General Aviation turbine engine overhaul & repair, aerospace machining, FBO services and TPE331 Technical Training to support over 1000 customers located in 24 countries, from four locations in Scottsdale, AZ, Glendale, AZ, and Anchorage, AK.