Choose Your AIM Campus Location

Aviation Institute of Maintenance currently has 11 aviation maintenance schools licensed by the FAA and 10 of them are accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC) in 9 states. Find out more about each campus location by clicking on one of the images below.

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Atlanta, Georgia - Metro

With a booming economy, great weather and an unparalleled lifestyle, it's easy to see why so many people call Atlanta home.

Indianapolis, Indiana

Known as the "Crossroads of America," Indianapolis is an important transportation hub and a leading center of manufacturing and commerce in the Midwest.

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Philadelphia is known as the "City of Brotherly Love," and you'll quickly discover why.

Virginia Beach, Virginia

Hampton Roads is the state's largest metro area, and Virginia Beach is among the nation's fastest growing cities.

Kansas City, Missouri

Kansas City is known as the "Heart of America" because it's centrally located within 250 miles of both the geographic and population centers of the nation.

San Francisco Bay, California ­ Metro

Oakland, and the greater San Francisco Bay Area, is one of the hottest places in the Golden State.

Houston, Texas

Where can you go for the best entertainment, sports, cultural arts, dining, and nightlife? Look no further than Houston, Texas.

Washington, D.C. - Metro

Get the "American Experience" while launching your career in aircraft maintenance. Just outside of Washington, DC is the Manassas, Virginia campus of Aviation Institute of Maintenance.

Las Vegas, Nevada

Las Vegas is known world-wide as a hot tourist destination, but it’s also fantastic place to call home. World-class restaurants and shopping, live music, festivals, sports and community events all make this a happening place to live and work.

Dallas, Texas - Metro

Dallas' slogan "Live Large. Think Big." describes the essence and vitality of a city built on big dreams, freshly blazed trails and an attitude that all things are possible.

Orlando, Florida - Metro

Orlando's history dates back to 1838 and the height of the Seminole Wars. The U.S. Army built Fort Gatlin south of the present day Orlando city limits to protect settlers from attacks by Indians.

International Students

If you are an international student who would like to study in the USA, the Aviation Institute of Maintenance offers various Airframe & Powerplant programs accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges of Technology (ACCSC).