LeTourneau University has been producing aviation professionals for more than 50 years, and our alumni work for countless aviation companies and organizations around the world as pilots, aviation maintenance technicians, air traffic controllers, systems engineers and more.
Meet a few of the faces of LeTourneau Aviation
Missionary Pilot, Missions Aviation Fellowship
"The flying required in the jungles of Borneo is some of the most difficult flying in the world... The flying I do supports the Christian church, pastors, medical needs, community development and other needs of the interior people of Indonesia.
If MAF wasn’t in Borneo, people would have to walk weeks to get to a hospital—which would mean that many of the people I’ve flown just wouldn’t survive."
Senior Accident Investigator for American Eurocopters
“What I gained at LeTourneau is not only the body of knowledge and the skill sets I need for my job, but the aptitude to accurately weigh the sequence of aircraft events that might support the basis for a cause.”
Lieutenant, United States Navy
"While the flying that I do now is very different than the civilian flying I did at LETU, the flight experience I gained was useful for Primary Flight School.
My LETU flight time allowed me to receive "jet" grades out of Primary. Those are the grades required to fly the Navy's tactical jets such as the EA-6B and F/A-18A through G."
Dean, School of Aeronautical Science
"LETU aviation alumni are working around the globe as pilots, mechanics, air traffic controllers, leaders and more. They are God’s ambassadors, making a positive contribution in aviation workplaces around the world."
Here are just a few of the businesses and organizations that have hired LETU grads.