Baton Rouge Summer Semester Student Recognition 2015

Students and their family members, and staff are welcome to join us for the Summer Semester Student Recognition event, taking place on August 11th. We’ll be recognizing the achievements of current helicopter flight students and staff members. WHEN / WHERE August 21, 2015 4-7pm local time The American Farmhouse Restuarant 9550 Hooper Road, Central, Baton … Continued

Jackie Ragan Student Blog 07.06.2015

Desire To Help Others and Serve Country Leads to Helicopters Growing up in a small rural agricultural town in Arkansas there wasn’t much opportunity for someone like me to become a pilot, but the dream was always there. I can remember watching crop dusters fly over thinking to myself, “Someday, somehow I will fly.” After high school the … Continued

Big Easy Airborne

Making It Look All Too Easy, Son of The South and U.S. Air Force Veteran, F-16 Mechanic Jumps Feet First Into Helicopters Born in the Big Easy and raised in Lafourche Parish, Kyle Guidry spent his days growing up in a small oil and fishing area just south of New Orleans. After enlisting in the … Continued

Writing A Resume or Online Profile – Student Services Is Here to Help

Guidance Aviation Student Services Department – The Art of Writing and Flying The first day of your helicopter flight training is the day you start presenting yourself to the world.  How you act, your work ethic, your attitude, and of course your flying skills all play major roles in your success as a pilot. What … Continued

HELI-YEAH Video of The Week – Running Landings

Running Landings – “A Feeling Unlike Any Other.” In this week’s HELI-YEAH Video of the Week, Charly Mabry, US Military Veteran and student helicopter pilot at Guidance Aviation, discusses his flight training and experiences with “Running Landings” in the Robinson R66. Check out Charly as he describes his elevated heart rate and the “sound of … Continued

Student Helicopter Pilot Milestones, Staff Accomplishments and Career Placement

The latest Guidance Aviation BBQ in Prescott, Arizona took place on Friday, August 22, 2014, recognizing recent student helicopter pilot and staff accomplishments.  As meals were served and helicopter rides given, the following were recognized. Great job everyone! Career Placement Success Before we check out all the recent accomplishments recognized at the BBQ, we want … Continued

Denver, Colorado Public School Student Meets with Aerospace Icon Buzz Aldrin, Astronaut Apollo XI, to Promote Education and Aviation

Denver 7th Grader Wings Up with Astronaut and Aviator to Promote Education Denver, CO. – She has flown in Cessnas, Pipers, Beechcrafts, and even Robinson Helicopters with her father while attending airshows to collect aircraft pins for her flight bag. Along the way, she met Captain Judy Rice of ThinkGlobalFlight.org – A flight around the … Continued

Better Lifestyles and Real World Flight Environments – Guidance Aviation

Focusing on the person AND the pilot, Guidance Aviation creates unique opportunities for both its helicopter flight instructors and students. The mission is to improve lifestyles surrounding the flight operations while embedding both instructors and students pilots in real world flight scenarios and environments which will enrich their learning experiences and provide them the knowledge … Continued

Angel MedFlight Scholarship Deadline Oct 25th

The Angel MedFlight Scholarship is for Students Pursuing A Degree in ANY Aviation Field at ANY Arizona College or University Arizona flight students, here is some info on a scholarship you may be interested in.  It is from Angel MedFlight. Angel Medflight offers a scholarship for students pursuing a degree in ANY aviation field at any … Continued