Although many of us think of the airlines when we think of aviation, there is a vast portion of the U.S. economy that is influenced by what is called general aviation. Protecting against environmental hazards, providing emergency services, strengthening the connections between businesses, and providing relief to a congested hub and spoke system are just some of the ways general aviation provides tremendous value for people everywhere. Instructions Review the General Aviation document (Links to an external site.) provided by AOPA for an overview of what GA is. Research on the web an area of GA that interests you. Locate a business or interview an individual that relates to your interest in General Aviation. Individually, write and submit a brief summary report, in the required document format (see Written Assignment Tip Sheet), that discusses your findings or answers to the question(s). The document must use appropriate citations and utilize either a Word or PDF document file. Note the reference requirement listed below. All submissions must be original and unique to the author. Shared (group) narratives will not be accepted. Write your essay in a Microsoft Word document and upload your file to this course. Submit your file as .DOCX or .PDF by the due date listed. Report content requirements: Length – as necessary to fulfill the topical requirements and demonstrate mastery of each. Address the following topical areas: Describe the type of GA you researched and/or interviewed. What education and training are required to enter this occupation if any? List the working environment in this field. What background is needed to enter this field of GA? What should people do to get started in this career? Is there a steady demand for professionals in this field? How might this job change in the future? For individual interviews, note: Keep a professional tone throughout your engagement and make sure to consider the amount of time it will take to locate and interview local general aviation business/individual. You may use existing contacts through flight training and/or employment for your interview source. You may also consider reaching out to individuals and seek an “email interview” in which you receive permission to send questions and use the responses as your source. Recommended sources that are available (there are many others you are encouraged to explore) https://www.nbaa.org (Links to an external site.) https://www.aopa.org (Links to an external site.) https://gama.aero/ (Links to an external site.) https://generalaviationnews.com/ (Links to an external site.) https://www.eaa.org/eaa (Links to an external site.) https://www.faa.gov/nextgen/general_aviation/ (Links to an external site.) http://www.wccaviation.com/commercial-aviation-vs-business-aviation-whats-difference-anyway/
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