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Kent State’s Aeronautics Program Gets Two New Planes

The view through a Kent State airplane making its final approach to the Kent State University AirportKent State University just welcomed two new airplanes to its fleet. The planes are Piper single-engine trainers used to gives students an easy transition as they move to a more complex aircraft.

The arrival of the planes is spotlighted in an article on Aviationpros.com.

Piper Aircraft Inc. delivered the planes to the Aeronautics Program at Kent State’s College of Applied Engineering, Sustainability and Technology. The planes will operate from the Kent State University Airport in nearby Stow, Ohio. It is one of the few airports in the world operated by a university and one of the largest flight training schools in Ohio.

Learn more about the Piper Arrow and Kent State’s Aeronautics Program in Aviationpros.com.