Aventure Hosts Aviation Students

PEACHTREE CITY, USA – Aventure Aviation hosted a group of aviation students from the Aviation Institute of Maintenance (AIM) on July 23. The students are studying to become aircraft mechanics at AIM’s campus in Duluth, Georgia, USA. 

The future mechanics toured Aventure’s Atlanta headquarters in Peachtree City, learning about the company’s role in the aviation industry. They were provided lunch, then toured the nearby Commemorative Air Force Airbase Georgia Warbird Museum.

The students were welcomed by Colin Martin, CEO of the Fayette County Chamber of Commerce, who informed them about aviation opportunities in the county where Aventure is located. 

“The students saw what our company is all about,” said Aventure’s office manager, Chelsea Griffin. “They enjoyed learning about the modern parts we stock, and comparing them to the WWII era parts they saw at the museum.” 

15 aviation students and staff pose in front of a vintage yellow fighter plane at the Commemorative Air Force Dixie Wings Warbird museum
Students and staff from the Aviation Institute of Maintenance at the CAF Airbase Georgia Warbird Museum.
A man addresses about 11 people in front of the Aventure Aviation building
Aviation Institute of Maintenance students are addressed in front of Aventure Aviation headquarters.
 A museum volunteer speaks to aviation students from the Aviation Institute of Maintenance.