MINOT, N.D. - Students from Minot High's Aviation Class got to show off what they've been learning today.
The students gave a presentation at the Upper Midwest Aviation
Symposium this morning at the Holiday Inn Riverside.
They showed a few different simulations, including the well-known crash landing on the Hudson, landing on an aircraft carrier, as well as a Cessna flight from the Minot Airport.
The students say it was exciting getting to present their work at the symposium.
"Last year we went to the symposium and learned a lot from a couple different people. It's pretty cool for us to do something with this symposium," said Minot High Aviation Student Brett Lunde.
"This year with it being in Minot, it gives us a great ability to come here all the days if we wanted to, and right now the fact that the class got to so a presentation in front of everybody, it's a good time, and I'm glad the class got to participate in the symposium," said Minot High School aviation student Noah Tate.
Following their presentation, Warren Pietsch announced a scholarship opportunity that the students can apply for worth $2,500 to continue their aviation education.