The Embry-Riddle teams will compete against 45 other teams from around the world, including 12 from other universities. The four-day transcontinental competition will test the full range of piloting skills.
The Prescott team came in first and the Daytona Beach team took fourth place at the annual Safety and Flight Evaluation Conference national competition sponsored by the National Intercollegiate Flying Association.
Embry-Riddle’s Prescott Campus in Arizona and Daytona Beach Campus in Florida are No. 1 among schools in their states for producing graduates whose tuition dollars reap hefty rewards in the job market.
Dr. Alan Bender
Chair Research & Scholarship Program
The long list of top national media who regularly contact Dr. Bender for expert commentary includes CNN, Fox, PBS, NPR, Associated Press, New York Times, Washington Post and Bloomberg News.
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