MIAMI, April 20, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — In its mission to help grow the aviation industry and provide the most advanced aviation courses and certifications, Pan Am Flight Academy recently added new equipment to its vast fleet of aircraft. training:

  • B757-200 Level 5 Flight Training Device (FTD)
  • B767-300 Level 4 Flight Training Device (FTD)
  • Six B737-NG Level 4 Flight Training Devices (FTDs).

“The future of aviation lies in constantly updating and training solutions. At Pan Am Flight Academy, we strive to provide our customers with the most effective and efficient equipment and training programs. more diverse,” said Jeff Portanovapresident of the Pan Am Flight Academy.

These systems are distinguished by their ability to blur the boundaries between theoretical training and practical training. Each of these devices will be used by our students as well as many of our airline customers before entering the full flight simulator. These flight training devices will reduce the need for simulator time, thereby reducing simulator demand and overall training costs.

Additionally, Pan Am announced that the latest Boeing B767 Level D Full Flight Simulator, which is fully equipped with the latest IS&S cockpit, RSI visual systems, as well as Disturbance Recovery (UPRT Dir 2) has been qualified. and is ready for training.

The Pan Am Flight Academy is currently expanding its activities to Miami, Florida investing in a new 67,000 square foot facility that will house several full-flight simulators, including the Airbus 320, Boeing B737-NG and Boeing 777, with more yet to be announced.

Pan Am Flight Academy’s new acquisitions are fully operational and ready to support training.

About the Pan American Flight Academy
Pan Am Flight Academy is a leader in commercial aviation training and has more experience, more simulator fleet types, and more programs for the aviation service industry than any other training organization. As the only surviving division of the original Pan American World Airways, Pan Am Flight Academy can trace its instructional heritage back to the earliest days of airline flight training. In 1980, Pan Am American World Airways opened its Flight Academy in Miami, Florida and is still the base of operations. For more information visit

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