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ISAA open day on July 4

written by | July 1, 2010

The University of Wollongong’s International School of Aviation Australia is holding its first open day for prospective students on July 4 from 10am to 2pm. The open day is a free event and will consist of school tours, career guidance presentations, chats with current staff and students and free instructional joy flights.

ISAA, which was formerly Avondale College, offers a range of private or commercial pilot training programs, charter flights, and aerial photography. This inaugural event will be used as the official launch of the school and its new intake of students in July 2010.

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