Lan Le (left) and Jordan Sasser (right) work on a plane at Yingling Aviation on Tuesday afternoon. The aviation industry is wrestling with a tightening supply of aircraft mechanics and avionics technicians that's expected to turn into a shortage by 2022, less than four years from now. (March 28, 2018)
Lan Le (left) and Jordan Sasser (right) work on a plane at Yingling Aviation on Tuesday afternoon. The aviation industry is wrestling with a tightening supply of aircraft mechanics and avionics technicians that's expected to turn into a shortage by 2022, less than four years from now. (March 28, 2018) Bo Rader The Wichita Eagle
Lan Le (left) and Jordan Sasser (right) work on a plane at Yingling Aviation on Tuesday afternoon. The aviation industry is wrestling with a tightening supply of aircraft mechanics and avionics technicians that's expected to turn into a shortage by 2022, less than four years from now. (March 28, 2018) Bo Rader The Wichita Eagle