A Wichita Area Technical College student works on a landing gear brake during an aircraft maintenance job training program in 2014. Federal funding for job training in critical industries such as aviation has been declining over the past couple of years.
A Wichita Area Technical College student works on a landing gear brake during an aircraft maintenance job training program in 2014. Federal funding for job training in critical industries such as aviation has been declining over the past couple of years. Travis Heying File photo
A Wichita Area Technical College student works on a landing gear brake during an aircraft maintenance job training program in 2014. Federal funding for job training in critical industries such as aviation has been declining over the past couple of years. Travis Heying File photo

Group that helps Wichitans train for aircraft jobs sees shrinking funding

January 01, 2018 12:05 PM

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