Gene Behrends, a 1st-time Master as well as a member of SAFE and IAC, recently earned his Master CFI-Aerobatic accreditation through the Master Instructors LLC MICEP program https://MICEP.FluidReview.com/ Gene is an assistant chief flight instructor at Eastman’s Middle Georgia State University ( https://www.MGA.edu/Aviation/Flight/index.php ) flight department (EZM). In that capacity, he specializes in stage checks, end-of-course checks, aerobatic Continue reading
Flight major Michael Dyess is an Eastman Campus leader and member of the MGA President’s Torch Society for top scholars.
Deja Fambro, an Aviation Management major, is the first MGA student to embark on a semester at sea study abroad experience, which will take her to 11 countries between now and late December.
Thanks to recent approval by the Federal Aviation Administration, Middle Georgia State University’s School of Aviation has its first permanent protective airspace box.
Gene Behrends helps #MGA students take flight.
William “Chip” Rose now gets to move on to the national competition in Louisville, Ky., in June. Learn more about Chip and this competition here.
MGA is in the middle of a three-year strategic plan to expand aviation offerings statewide, and the first phase of that plan is underway at Macon Downtown Airport. Read more about how MGA’s aviation program is expanding here.
Exciting news for out-of-state students, from Alabama, Florida, and South Carolina, who are interested in pursuing an undergraduate degree in the School of Aviation here at Middle Georgia State University! MGA has been authorized by the Board of Regents to award the Border State Waiver to students that meet the aforementioned criteria. This provides out-of-state Continue reading
In recent weeks, our School of Aviation has been in the news, as we build on a tradition and a capacity that is unique to Middle Georgia State University within the University System of Georgia.
Middle Georgia State has agreed to lease space at the Macon Downtown Airport to expand its flight programs to Macon. The hub of the University’s flight programs will remain in Eastman; the Macon center will be a satellite operation aimed at attracting students from another geographic area of Georgia.