Pan Am International Flight Academy has acquired Miami-based Aeroservice Aviation Centre.
The centre will be Pan Am's seventh training facility and will operate under its part 142 certificate.
Under the deal, Pan Am has acquired all of Aeroservice's training and simulator assets, while the current Aeroservice simulators will be integrated into Pan Am's system and will be positioned where they most effectively serve its customer base.
Covered simulators, including the devices purchased from Aeroservice, are Boeing 707s,
727s, 737-200s, 737-300s, 737-400s, 737-800s, 747-200s, 747-30, 747-400s, 767-200s, McDonnell Douglas DC-8s, DC-9, DC-10s, MD-80s, MD-82/83 and MD-88s; and Airbus A300-B4, A320s, Saab 340s, and Cessna 208s.
Additional simulators that will be available to Pan Am customers through Pan Am marketing agreements include Boeing 737-300s, 747-400s, 757-300s, 767-300s, 777-300s, Airbus A320s, Bombardier CRJ200s, CRJ700, and Embraer E-175s/195s.
Vito Cutrone, Pan Am's president and CEO says that Aeroservice training events will be integrated into Pan Am's scheduling system to ensure smooth transition on behalf of Aeroservice customers.