Keystone Aviation Donates Aircraft To Community College

AINmxReports » June 4, 2014
June 4, 2014, 12:30 PM

Keystone Aviation has donated a Piper Seneca to the Salt Lake City Community College aviation department. The aircraft will be part of an educational reconstruction experience for approximately 200 students. Todd Baird, a mechanical aviation instructor with the college, said, “Students will get first-hand experience on installing wings, flight controls, engine controls and engines, along with making the necessary wiring harness repairs and sheet metal repairs.” Once reassembled, the aircraft will continue to benefit students for course work in sheet metal, hydraulics, paint, powerplants, exhaust systems, turbochargers and fuel injection systems.

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