Captain Gregory Darrow, Senior Director of Sales and Marketing for Pan Am, a member of the U.S. delegation states: " China aviation is booming. The Chinese government and private carriers can't keep up with growth demands for more planes and qualified pilots. The government is slowly moving away from long-held traditional training requirements and beginning to see the value and advantages of more modern practices including full-motion simulator time. We are pleased that Pan Am has been invited to participate in this trade mission and has been so enthusiastically welcomed for our training options and capabilities in the region."
The company provides CAAC Type Rating Training, Airline Crew Training, Cabin Crew Training, Dispatcher Training, Aircraft Maintenance Training, ATC Training, and Aviation English Training. They have B737-300, B737NG, B747-400, B767-300, B777, and A320 full-motion simulators available for training at their partner facility in Tokyo.
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To learn more about the U.S. Commercial Service Trade Mission to China visit: http://export.gov/china/news/eg_cn_051850.aspSOURCE Pan Am International Flight Academy