"Fundamentals of the Air Transport System" e-learning course is now available on the ICAO website (registration required).

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Aviation at the University of Waterloo is relatively new, yet we have quickly grown to become the largest university-level aviation program in Canada. In 2017, we celebrated our 10th year. Our Aviation program continues to grow in the innovative spirit of UWaterloo.

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  1. June 26, 2018Aviation celebrates students at annual Wings Banquet
    Suzanne, Ian and a student

    Recently, Aviation at the University of Waterloo gathered to celebrate students who have completed licenses, or recieved their 'wings.' The event, held every year, is an opportunity to honour a handful of exceptional students, and handout awards and scholarships. The event was held with Waterloo Aviation partners the Waterloo Wellington Flight Centre. 

  2. Mar. 1, 2018Aviation student launches a new Women in Aviation chapter
    Jodie Scarrow in front of a plane.

    Photo Credit: David Bebee of the Waterloo Region Record

    Jodie Scarrow, a third-year Geography and Aviation student, launches a new University of Waterloo chapter of Women in Aviation, Winged Warriors. Read the news article on The Record.

  3. Nov. 6, 2017UWaterloo-ICAO to offer "Fundamentals of the Air Transport System" aviation course for free
    Pilots in a cockpit.

    The University of Waterloo and United Nation's International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) are partnering together to offer an introductory course on aviation: "Fundamentals of the Air Transport System".

    Designed by UWaterloo professor Suzanne Kearns, vice-chair of ICAO’s Next Generation of Aviation Professionals (NGAP), the course will help train the next generation of aviators as possible global pilot shortage looms.

    Learn more about the course and the UWaterloo-ICAO partnership.

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