April 27, 2012 -- Miami Pan Am International Flight Academy concluded the first Maintenance Training Course provided to 75 TACV- Cabo Verde Airlines maintenance personnel, on the eve of the arrival of this African airline’s first Boeing 737NG.
The 80-hour courses, carried out in accordance with ATA 104 Level II objectives, comprise of three different components: traditional classroom instruction, simulator training, and visits to aircrafts. This new blended format allows the students to get not only the theoretical aspects of the various maintenance tasks, but also a practical hands-on feel for the controls and operation of the aircraft in all maintenance related aspects.
Pan Am conducts Maintenance Training for Boeing, Airbus, McDonnell Douglas, Canadair, Embrear and Cessna Aircraft including a 160-hour ATA 104 Level III maintenance training on the Boeing 747-400 currently being provided to a major Middle East operator.
The Academy is a leading provider of training support for airlines and aviation professionals worldwide including: Type Ratings, Recurrent Training, Crew Training, Aircraft Dispatcher, Flight Attendant Training and ATC Courses. Visit PanAmAcademy.com for additional information.
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