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Old 04-19-2006, 03:17 PM   #1  
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does anyone know more universities that have flight departments for athletic directors, coaches, etc.
i see that florida, auburn do, but are there others...

making a pitch to the athletic director here and need some supporting schools
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Kansas University = King Air C90 and Citation

Kansas State University = Citation Jet

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Middle Tennesee State University in Murfreesboro has an aviation program.
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University of Oklahoma has a King Air 90 and Baron.
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West Virginia University operates a King Air 350 (I think a 350). I believe it is actually owned by the WVU Foundation, a group of alumni, fans,etc. It is operated by a FAR 135/Corporate Management company.

HEY UConn----GO BIG EAST!!!!!!---I AM A UConn Fan (except for one game per year).

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Think Texas A&M operate a KingAir 200, and so does Baylor University.
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Many universities have aircraft. (And not just for coaches or athletic directors... other Deans and Administrators use them too!)

Here are a few that I know of. Some are owned by the University, others by various University foundations or trustees. You can probably find more if you search the FAA registry by owner name:

University of Alabama: Citation 550 and MU2 (plus Mini 500 for their flight research program.)
Virginia Tech: Citation 560 and a Citation 550
University of Arkansas: King Air 200
University of Mississippi: Citation 500
University of Nebraska: King Air 200
Notre Dame: Citation 560
University of Virginia: Citation 550
University of Wyoming: Kingair 200
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St. Louis University owns a King Air 100.

It's for sale, you could probably pick it up cheap.
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Purdue has two King Air 200's (N200PU and N300PU) and a Beechjet BE40/L ? (N400PU)
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