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HD Video Interview with Pan Am International Flight Academy

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At the Asian Aerospace 2011 which took place in Hong Kong between 8-10 March 2011, ASIA Travel had the opportunity to sit with Mr. Gregory Darrow, the Senior Director of Sales at Pan Am International Flight Academy.

In the interview, we discuss the company's plans for Asia Pacific, trends within the simulator market, which aircraft simulators are the most popular and much much more.

Pan Am International Flight Academy, with training locations throughout the United States and increasingly now the world, is a leading provider of training support for airlines and aviation professionals. As the only surviving division of Pan American Airlines, Pan Am International Flight Academy can trace its instruction heritage to the earliest days of airline flight training.

Pan Am International Flight Academys President, Vito Cutrone, joined Pan American Airlines in the 1960s. In 1980, Mr. Cutrone opened Pan American Airlines International Flight Academy in Miami Florida. After the closing of the airline, Mr. Cutrone remained with the flight academy to establish it as an independent training organization. Pan Am International Flight Academy now calls this Miami location its corporate headquarters.

HD Video Interview - Pan Am International Flight Academy

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