UTI Aviation mechanics program links with Hawaiian for career growth – Travel And Tour World

Universal Technical Institute (UTI), a leader in providing education for transportation, skilled trades, and the energy sector, is excited to announce a new partnership with Hawaiian Airlines. This collaboration is aimed at broadening career prospects for UTI graduates who have successfully obtained their FAA certifications in airframe and powerplant mechanics.

Graduates of UTI with these FAA certifications will now be guaranteed an initial job interview with Hawaiian Airlines. Those who are hired can look forward to a sign-on bonus of up to $10,000 and a relocation allowance of up to $12,000. Furthermore, Hawaiian Airlines will be actively involved in UTI’s career development initiatives, including job fairs, classroom presentations, and online seminars.

“Our airframe and powerplant program is designed to prepare students for entry-level opportunities in various areas of the aviation industry, and this partnership with Hawaiian Airlines will provide our graduates with an additional career pathway,” said Tracy Lorenz, president of the Universal Technical Institute Division. “It is through industry partnerships that we can showcase our commitment to being a workforce solutions partner to employers and learners alike.”

“Hawaiian Airlines is pleased to support Universal Technical Institute graduates interested in building a rewarding aviation career with us. We look forward to meeting students, sharing more about what it means to be Hawaiiʻs hometown airline, and welcoming graduates to our team,” said Jim Landers, senior vice president of technical operations at Hawaiian Airlines.

UTI’s airframe and powerplant mechanic program is offered at various campuses across the United States, including Avondale, Arizona; Long Beach, California; Miramar, Florida; Canton, Michigan; and Houston, Texas. Celebrating its 95th year of continuous operation, Hawaiian Airlines provides around 150 daily flights within the Hawaiian Islands and offers the most non-stop flights between Hawaii and 15 U.S. gateway cities of any airline.

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