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Boeing 727’s Makeover Continues to Draw Media Interest


WBRE interviews school dean
WBRE interviews school dean
Tysanner gets a closer look at the plane's labyrinthine landing gear, just one area for aviation students' hands-on learning.
Tysanner gets a closer look at the plane’s labyrinthine landing gear, just one area for aviation students’ hands-on learning.
The plane's student-designed sheath beautifies a generous gift and promotes Penn College values.
The plane’s student-designed sheath beautifies a generous gift and promotes Penn College values.

Eyewitness News reporter Valerie Tysanner interviewed Colin W. Williamson, dean of transportation and natural resources technologies, on Thursday for a piece about the former FedEx plane donated to Penn College – recently cocooned in vinyl and ready for another academic year of training students at the Lumley Aviation Center.

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