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Office Hours

Monday-Friday
7:30AM-5:30PM
Pacific Time

Experiences

Ian Verzosa
Vacation Planner
Classic Custom Vacations

"Well where to start... I came to IAHA to begin a new life. To go back to school and gain a career. In going to this school I have achieved both these goals. I moved from Vancouver, WA to San Jose, CA where I joined the company Classic Custom Vacations. This was a changing point in my life."

Sharon Wright
Customer Service Agent
Delta Airlines

"I just started with Delta a couple weeks ago as a customer service agent. It's a great company and I'm looking forward to the travel benefits. IAHA was perfect preparation for this position."

About Us

 

History

Our school opened its doors as International Air Academy in 1979. The founder, Arch Miller, was working as a dedicated and experienced professional in the airline industries when he chose to utilize his talents in a new way. Miller’s career began by attending a travel school where he gained enough experience to earn his first job as a ramp agent and later moved on to reservations. Miller worked his way up to staff vice president at Hughes Airwest, now part of Northwest Airlines, before opening his own training school  in Vancouver, Washington. In 2004, Mr. Miller expanded on the school’s success with the hotel, restaurant & event  management (www.hremtraining.com) and culinary arts training program (www.nwculinary.com). With the increased need for renewable energy, and in turn, the need for qualified technicians, the Academy has expanded again with Northwest Renewable Energy Institute (www.nw-rei.com). In 2013 Northwest Railroad Institute was born to help fill the upcoming positions that will be available with the retiring generation of conductors (www.nw-ri.com).

Accreditation

International Air and Hospitality Academy, Inc. is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges. The Accrediting Commission is listed by the U.S. Department of Education as a nationally recognized accrediting agency under the provisions of Chapter 33, Title 38, US Code and subsequent legislation. Our campus is approved for training of veterans and veteran beneficiaries. Those who qualify for educational benefits through the Bureau of Indian Affairs may also have certain student costs paid through its agencies. Interested parties may review International Air and Hospitality Academy’s credentials: accreditation, approvals and/or licenses by contacting the school’s director.