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Parkland College Students Earn Fall Flight Credentials

Published on Friday, February 14, 2020

Parkland College Students Earn Fall Flight Credentials

The fall 2019 Institute of Aviation students earn their credentials

The following students earned flight credentials from the Institute of Aviation at Parkland College during the college's fall semester.

Soloed for the First Time in a Piper Archer
Patrick Florey, Lombard
Patrick Kehias, Bloomington
Albert Mowatt, Ogden
Andrew Perry, Effingham
Logan Threlkeld, Benton
Josh Kerner, El Paso
Taylor Watts, Champaign
James Sharpe, Champaign
Zach Chalk, Mahomet
Joseph Burris, Pekin
Ben Clifton, White Heath
Braden Harris, Watson

Earned the Private Pilot Airplane Single-Engine Land (ASEL) Certificate
Samuel Arend, Urbana
Paolo Kinsella, Bement
Tallon Myers, Clinton
Damilola Iseyemi, Dolton
Myles Spence, Champaign
Ben Williams, Downs
Patrick Florey, Lombard
Clayton Pforr, Humboldt
Lukas Wright, Fairmount
 
Earned the Commercial Instrument Rating ASEL Certificate
John Kolis, Springfield
Adam Cafin, Champaign
Daniel Wyckoff, Buckley
Jiayang Tan, China
Leonardo Andrade, Champaign
Timothy Arp, Decatur
Peter Herrmann, Rockford
Ian Kunz, White Heath

Earned Certified Flight Instructor License
Dongjin Shin, Champaign
Cullen Brucker, Melvin
Bryson Chancellor, Tolono

Earned the Instructor-Instrument ASEL Certificate
Andrew Frey, Champaign
Bryson Chancellor, Tolono
Cullen Brucker, Melvin

Earned the Commercial Pilot Multi Engine Land Certificate
Colin Rudicil, Mahomet
Maxwell Neville, Geneva

Photos of the flight students who earned awards are available on the institute's Facebook page.

Parkland College assumed ownership of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign's Institute of Aviation in fall 2014, leasing its aircraft and facilities at Willard Airport in Savoy to continue flight training. The College has continued the excellent instruction provided by the University's institute, which educated more than 13,000 pilots in its 70-year history. Many of its graduates are employed in the aviation industry around the world.

Along with the two-year degree in aviation, students can earn a private pilot certificate and commercial pilot ratings, including multi-engine land and flight instructor.

Categories: Aviation, General

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