In a significant stride towards shaping the future of aviation education, the Air and Space Institute (ASI) has agreed a dynamic partnership with RVL Aviation, a prominent multi-capability airline and specialist aviation services provider with over three decades of experience in the sector. This collaboration redefines the learning landscape for aspiring aviation professionals, merging cutting-edge technology and real-world expertise.
ASI has long been committed to foster top-notch partnerships with industry leaders to build a learning environment to seamlessly bridge education with career readiness. With a mission to prepare students for a soaring career trajectory in the aviation sector, ASI continuously seeks avenues to marry academic excellence with practical insights.
Ross Tarnowski, Assistant Principal at the Lincoln College group, leading the Air & Space Institute and Engineering, said: “At the Air & Space Institute Newark, we take great pride in forging relationships that can ignite the flames of curiosity and ambition in our students.
“Our partnership with RVL Aviation fuels our mission to soar beyond conventional boundaries. With over 30 years of expertise, RVL's legacy of geospatial airborne survey, aerial surveillance, and innovative passenger and cargo charter operations complements our commitment to inspire and educate the next generation of aviation professionals.
“I look forward to working with RVL as one of our industry support partners and developing innovative ways to support one another in achieving a common goal of ensuring the aviation industry can continue to thrive.”
RVL's operating expertise across diverse sectors, showcases the breadth and depth of opportunities in the aviation sector. The partnership marks an exciting stage in aviation education. ASI, renowned for its commitment to technology-integrated learning, will now incorporate RVL Aviation's experience to provide students with an unparalleled understanding of real-world aviation settings. The convergence of academia and industry will equip graduates with enriching qualifications, skillsets and insights for their careers.
RVL's extensive resources at its East Midlands Airport headquarters include state-of-the-art aircraft operations management, training facilities, and maintenance services. This mix of infrastructure and experience is a powerful platform for students to immerse themselves in the dynamic world of aviation.
“RVL Aviation is pleased to work with the Air and Space Institute towards our common goal: that is to provide genuine opportunities for smart, skilled and enthusiastic people. Our aim is to help them to find jobs and be successful in the aviation and aerospace sectors”, said Dave Connor CEO of RVL Aviation.
“It is a cliché, though no less true, that without a steady inflow of keen people, early in their careers, who have the right attitude and academic credentials required, these sectors will maintain their growth trajectories. We shall work hand-in-glove with ASI to help as many people as possible to succeed in these exciting sectors.”
The synergetic and innovative partnership is a flight plan charting the course for the next generation of aviation professionals - with our joint commitment to excellence and industry readiness, to ensure that the skies remain limitless for those with the passion to explore them.
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Ross Tarnowski, Assistant Principal at the Lincoln College group, leading the Air & Space Institute and Engineering, said: “Our partnership with RVL Aviation fuels our mission to soar beyond conventional boundaries. With over 30 years of expertise, RVL's legacy of geospatial airborne survey, aerial surveillance, and innovative passenger and cargo charter operations complements our commitment to inspire and educate the next generation of aviation professionals."
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