• Cockpit tours
• Fly a flight simulator
• Meet aviation Pros
• Opportunities Explained
• Aptitude Assessment
• Aviation Industry Contacts
• Help with Programs
• 3rd Simulator Project
• Grants for Students
Flight Path teams up with STEM Flights
Flight Path and STEM Flights are two nonprofit youth aviation education programs operating at West MI Regional Airport in Holland, Michigan. Flight Path operates a free FLIGHT NIGHT introduction to aviation program for middle and high school students. STEM Flights appeals to the same group of young people and offers a free flying experience with local volunteer pilots for students that want to take their interest to the next level.
For more information about the FLIGHT NIGHT program and sign-up go to www.miflightpath.org
For more information about the STEM Flights program and to apply for a flight go to www.stemflights.org
STEM Flights is looking for local pilot volunteers to offer a flight experience in their aircraft. If you are interested in getting involved with flights or other events, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Flight Path is also looking for pilots and other aviation professionals to share their experiences with young people during our FLIGHT NIGHT program and help them understand the career opportunities in aviation. If you are interested please contact Flight Path at email@example.com
FLIGHT PATH has restarted the FLIGHT NIGHT program as of October 2021. Please go to the FLIGHT NIGHT page and click on the SIGN UP button to check the schedule. This year we are investigating a second level program for students that may want to further investigate a career path in aviation. The higher level program will offer students a skills assessment and personal introduction to aviation professionals who will explain what is involved in becoming a pilot, flight instructor, aviation mechanic, air traffic controller, aeronautical engineer, or flight operations manager.
With our location at the Flight Level Pilot Training Center at the West Michigan Regional Airport, students will be able to see various aircraft, the operating FBO, flight school, maintenance hangar, and passenger terminal (as conditions permit). For those students that move forward with their interest in aviation, FLIGHT PATH is also planning future introductory flights in the Flight Level school fleet, and the possibility of grants for student flight training. FLIGHT PATH depends entirely on the generous donations of aviation enthusiasts. Please help us fund our activities and events.