Delta TechOps Partnership

A Partnership with the Aviation Maintenance and Structural Technology Department

Middle Georgia State University is one of 38 schools, chosen nationwide, to partner with Delta Air Lines. Delta TechOps, and the Aviation Maintenance and Structural Technology department, will be combining forces to help train the next generation of aircraft mechanics. Students enrolled in MGA’s Aviation Maintenance Technology can expect to benefit from the partnership in the following ways:

  • Enhanced computer based industry training.
  • Delta technical training supplements.
  • Aircraft parts and equipment.
  • Visits from Delta TechOps personnel.
  • Mock interviews given by Delta representatives.
  • Scheduled tours of Delta TechOps.
  • And more…

The 2017 Boeing Pilot & Technician Outlook *, a respected industry forecast of personnel demand, projects that 637,000 new commercial airline pilots, 648,000 new maintenance technicians, and 839,000 new cabin crew will be needed to fly and maintain the world fleet over the next 20 years.

Delta Air Lines, and Middle Georgia State University are working together to meet this need.

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Delta Technical Operations Center (Delta TechOps)

Check out this tour of the Delta Technical Operations Center (Delta TechOps) geared for junior high students. Your tour guide, Piper, gets the lowdown on everything Delta TechOps offers for an aviation maintenance technician (AMT).

Are you currently in high school and interested in learning more about the aircraft industry? Nicco takes you behind the scenes at the Delta Technical Operations Center (Delta TechOps) at Hartsfield International Airport in Atlanta, Georgia.

Have you graduated high school and ready to learn what it takes to become an aviation maintenance technician (AMT)? Delta TechOps offers a hands-on experience for our MGA aviation students into the industry.

*Source: Boeing. Pilot and Technician Outlook 2017 -2036. Retrieved, 12 June 2018, from Boeing Web Site: