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Parkland College Students Earn Spring Flight Credentials

Aviation Students Earn Spring 2022 Credentials

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


Soloed for the First Time in a Piper Archer
Saurav Ahlawat, international
Shivesh Chatrath, international
Jack Cook, Naperville
Vincent Evans, Chicago
Derek Hicks, White Heath
David Keeler, Champaign
Matthew Klos, Champaign
Maxwell Kolarich, Niagara Falls, NY
Pat Kolis, Springfield
Miron Liu, Urbana
Francisco Salinas, Carpentersville
Lucas Schumacher, Franklin
Nathan Vale, Chicago

Earned the Private Pilot Airplane Single-Engine Land (ASEL) Certificate
Nicholas Anderson, Urbana
Cameron Baker, Savoy
Mya Cobb, Mattoon
Jacob Dunklau, White Heath
William Fonner, Effingham
Peter Gallagher, Chicago
Andrew Green, Arcola
Micah Hortega, Ottawa
August Stauffer, Urbana
Aiden Tilstra, Onarga

Earned the Instrument Airplane Rating
Benjamen Barker, Rantoul
Adrian Bituin, Rantoul
Coalton Camden, Mt. Zion
Charles Evans, Chicago
Maxwell Moews, Bloomington
Christopher Murphy, Chicago
Emily Plauck, DeKalb

Earned the Commercial Pilot ASEL Certificate
Parker Allen, Galesburg
Robert Knight, Champaign
Zeth McCloud, St. Joseph
Maximus Torres, Park Ridge
Lukas Wright, Danville

Earned the Flight Instructor ASE Certificate
Leonardo Andrade, Houston, TX
John Dee, Champaign
Andrew Laub, Oregon
Paolo Kinsella, Bement

Earned the Flight Instructor-Instrument Airplane
Armando Collazo Garcia, Champaign
Aubrey Glennon, Bement

Earned the Commercial Pilot Multi Engine Land Certificate
Zachary Chalk, Mahomet
Louis Farrakhan, Champaign
Peter Herrmann, Rockford
Amina Jackson, Chicago
Paolo Kinsella, Bement
Andrew Laub, Oregon

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.


[photos from top: William Fonner, Jacob Fitton and Benjamin Barker, Emily Plauck, Amina Jackson]
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