Miami – November 24, 2015 -- Pan Am International Flight Academy and parent company ANA Holdings (collectively “Pan Am”) is offering a combined training program for pilots seeking to earn both an EASA type rating along with the matching FAA type rating concurrently, at their Miami Training Center and World Headquarters.
Air Astana received a loan from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) for the construction of the first Technical Center in Central Asia for servicing large aircraft. Currently, international airlines including Air Astana must have their large aircraft maintained outside Kazakhstan, mainly in the UK and China. The new facility in Astana will enable Air Astana and other airlines to service large planes in Kazakhstan. It will also create additional jobs for highly skilled individuals.
Before our pilots are allowed to fly our SWISS flagship Boeing 777-300ER, they undergo retraining that lasts for several months. The basics are first learned theoretically and then trained in the simulator. Following this, the practical training on the new aircraft type begins.