US Pilot Training Group Pan Am International Flight Academy Announces Acquisition of a B757-200 Full Flight Simulator and a 757 Flight Training Device

Pan Am Flight Academy announced the acquisition of a Boeing 757-200, Full- Flight simulator. This Level D simulator, along with a level 5 Flight Training Device (FTD), are currently being relocated from Dallas Fort Worth, Texas to the Pan Am Headquarters in Miami, Florida and are scheduled to be available for training by November 1, 2021.

The Level D Full-Flight Simulator, and level 5 FTD come fully equipped with the latest IS&S cockpit. Both machines include Rolls Royce RB211 engine models, GPS, and SMGCS capabilities. The level D simulator also has upset recovery (UPRT Dir 2).

“The addition of this simulator and Flight Training Device is a continuation of our strategic investment plan in response to the rise in training demand taking place in our industry” said Jeff Portanova, President of Pan Am Flight Academy. “At Pan Am, we are committed to offering the most up to date technologies to our customers.”

With the addition of this level D simulator and level 5 FTD, Pan Am will offer B757 training and will complement the four (4) Boeing 767, full-flight simulators in service at its training facilities in Miami, FL.  Pan Am Flight Academy partners with airlines and aviation professionals at a global level to deliver the best quality in aviation training.

Source: See Pan Am Flight Academy Press Release here.

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