Aviation

Developing aviation professionals

School of Business Administration
Chan Shun Hall
sba-info@andrews.edu
(269) 471-3632

With its own airfield within walking distance from campus, Andrews University offers a competitive aviation program.  The aviation department operates a fleet of single-engine Piper Archers, a Piper Arrow and a Piper Seminole for flight training courses. All aircraft are professionally maintained by the departments' FAA-certified mechanics.

Students wishing to enter a non-flying aviation career, may limit their specialization to Aviation Maintenance.

The aviation department also offers employment opportunities to advanced students as Certified Flight Instructors and licensed Maintenance students to obtain valuable experience and expertise as openings allow.
Flight instructors within the first two years of their university career  start student teaching the fall of their Junior year.  Your interview starts the moment you begin your Andrews career as an aviation freshman.

Mission training combined with flight training from experienced mission pilots with airframe and powerplant certificates is also available.
Andrews offers many other world mission and cultural courses on a highly multicultural campus, from studying abroad to becoming a student missionary for a year.

Alan Scott

Maintenance Assistant Professor
scotta@andrews.edu
(269) 471-3410
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Darry Penny

Chief Flight Instructor Asst. Prof
darrylp@andrews.edu
(269) 471-3637
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David Macomber

Flight Instructor Asst. Prof
macombec@andrews.edu
(269) 471-3107
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Duane Habenitcht

Chair, Dept of Aviation Airport Manager
duaneh@andrews.edu
269-471-3265
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Harold Lloyd

Professor Emeritus
lloyd@andrews.edu
(269) 471-3265

Jean Gustavsen

Jean Gustavsen
 jeang@andrews.edu 
(269) 471-3120
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Jonathan Larson

Jonathan Larson
larsonj@andrews.edu
269-471-3654
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