Frank Der Yuen was an internationally respected aeronautical engineer, airline executive, and consultant. A graduate of Harvard and MIT, he designed the all-weather, self-propelled passenger loading bridges for airliners that are used in every major airport. Mr. Der Yuen served as Executive Director of the Honolulu Airlines Committee, and vice president of Aloha Airlines. He was one of the designers of the Daniel K. Inouye (Honolulu) International Airport, and helped create Pacific Aerospace Museum once housed there.
- Financial grants awarded annually
- Minimum of $1000 per recipient
- Applicable to accredited trade schools, colleges, or universities
- Open to Hawaii residents
- Applicants must be accepted or enrolled in an aviation-related program
- Awards made without regard to gender, race, religion, or national origin
- Ensure eligibility as a Hawaii resident
- Apply or enroll in an aviation-related program at an accredited institution
- Prepare any required application materials
- Submit application by the specified deadline
The Frank Der Yuen Aviation Scholarship honors the aviation legacy of Frank Der Yuen. It is a competitive program that supports Hawaii residents who want to pursue aviation-related education and training. Financial grants of at least $1000 are awarded each year to Hawaii residents who have been accepted, or are enrolled, in an aviation-related program at an accredited trade school, college, or university. Awards will be made without regard to gender, race, religion, or national origin. Exact dollar amounts will vary.