Seneca’s search for a new location to house its fleet of aircraft and the Bachelor of Aviation Technology program is over. Flight training and classroom instruction for years two to four of the program will be moving to the new state-of-the-art Peterborough Campus in 2014.
The Seneca College School of Aviation will continue to be leaders in the education and training of professional pilots for the global aviation industry, research-focused on advancing aviation training, and innovative flight-instructor education and training.
School of Aviation
Programs are located at Seneca's Buttonville and Markham campuses.
Jazz and Seneca offer a first-of-its-kind cadet program.