National Business Aviation Association

Spring Intern, Operations Division

NBAA is seeking an Operations Division Spring Intern to assist subject matter experts with activities related to the operation of business aircraft. This is a full time or part time internship.

NBAA is a nonprofit trade association serving a dynamic and growing industry. From our headquarters in downtown Washington, DC, staff members deliver top-notch customer service to our members across the world.

NBAA seeks candidates who have outstanding interpersonal communication skills, strong problem-solving abilities and exceptional attention to detail. Candidates must be currently enrolled in or a graduate of a four-year accredited
bachelor’s degree program and will preferably have aviation experience (through an internship or temporary employment) in a flight department, charter operation, airport FBO as well as an aviation-focused major.

If you or a student you know wishes to hone business skills while learning about important issues within the business aviation industry, NBAA wants to hear from you.

Submit resume and cover letter at:

The application deadline is: October 29, 2017. NBAA is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Corporate Aviation Experience

Walmart Aviation's Corporate Aviation Experience internship is a week long participation in the life of a corporate pilot at our home base in Rogers, Arkansas. Selected students will learn about Walmart Aviation's corporate mission and have the opportunity to participate in all phases of department operations. Interns will be assigned to mentors who will guide them through flight deck procedures, trip and performance planning using the latest flight planning tools, and a full preflight of one of our aircraft. They will work with a mentor captain to thoroughly plan a trip and ride along on a flight, observing and experiencing the typical duties of a Walmart line pilot. To conclude the week the intern will gain valuable crew experience in the role of SIC in a full motion simulator. 

Requirements to apply:
•  Student must have earned a minimum of 90 credit hours and be enrolled or in the employment of a 4 year aviation degree program or graduate program .
•  FAA Commercial Pilot Certificate with Instrument and Multi-Engine Land ratings .
•  Letter of Recommendation from a university professor or flight instructor.

To apply please email a resume, cover letter, and letter of recommendation to

Interns will be selected by interview through teleconference. If you would like more information about this unique opportunity please contact Mike Roberts, Director -Operations Aviation at (479) 246-7429.

Airports Council International - North America

ACI-NA, a trade association representing the interest of North America Airports, has developed an airport internship page that serves as a repository for airport specific internships. As internship deadlines are quickly approaching, we hope you can inform your students at your earliest convenience. The page will continue to be updated as we receive more internship postings from airports.