- Associated Press - Wednesday, April 8, 2015

BRUNSWICK, Maine (AP) - The University of Maine at Augusta’s undergraduate degree in aviation is expanding to a former naval station in Brunswick.

New first-year private pilot level students who enroll in the university’s aviation program will have the option to attend classes at either the Augusta campus and Maine Instrument Flight or at Brunswick Landing. Aviation Program Coordinator Greg Jolda says the university is expanding the aviation program in the hopes of offering it to more students. The university is working with Southern Maine Community College to provide dorms at Brunswick Landing.

The Brunswick location will provide flight training and classes taught by university faculty. The location will begin offering classes in the fall.

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