In order to give you a better service Airbus uses cookies. By continuing to browse the site you are agreeing to our use of cookies I agree

09 May 2014
Commercial Aircraft

A “flying” experience: U.S. middle school students recognized for completing an Airbus-sponsored mentorship programme

Flying Challenge students recognized
 / 

09 May 2014

Flying Challenge students recognized

Sixty six students from Wichita, Kansas who completed the “Flying Challenge” mentorship programme – which is sponsored by the Airbus Corporate Foundation – were rewarded with a flight in the skies above their hometown this May

Read more
Local middle school students from Wichita, Kansas “took to the skies” this month as part of an Airbus Corporate Foundation-sponsored initiative. As a reward for completing the “Flying Challenge” mentorship programme, 66 students were recognized with a flight over their hometown in a general aviation aircraft. Coordinated by the United Way of the Plains, the school-year-long programme seeks to inspire at-risk students to challenge themselves by matching them with locally-based Airbus engineers and Wichita State University engineering students. 
Flying Challenge students recognized
 

Sixty six students from Wichita, Kansas who completed the “Flying Challenge” mentorship programme – which is sponsored by the Airbus Corporate Foundation – were rewarded with a flight in the skies above their hometown this May

Airbus delivers 50th A320 Family aircraft assembled in the U.S.

en

Azores Airlines takes delivery of its first A321neo

en

Airbus Board of Directors Announces Top Management Succession Plan

en fr de es
Back to top