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Pilot seminar to be held in Sydney

written by australianaviation.com.au | September 18, 2014
Sydney Airport and SITA are testing new datalinks to aircraft such as the 777. (Will Lanting)
Pan Am flight training academy is holding a seminar in Sydney. (Will Lanting)

A leading international flight school with a name most will recall from the 1970s will host a pilot training seminar in Sydney on September 27.

The free seminar, run by the US-based Pan Am International Flight Academy and flight simulator company Flight Experience, will be held at the National Maritime Museum in Sydney’s Darling Harbour.

The academy’s vice-president of sales and marketing Gergory Darrow says the seminar will help those wanting to become pilots learn more about the process to gaining a licence.

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“We’ll be able to provide accurate information on what these young people can expect in their careers,” Captain Darrow said in a statement.

“Australian pilots are highly regarded and have always been in demand with world airlines, and as the years pass this demand is likely to increase.”

 

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Pilot seminar to be held in Sydney

written by australianaviation.com.au | September 18, 2014
Sydney Airport and SITA are testing new datalinks to aircraft such as the 777. (Will Lanting)
Pan Am flight training academy is holding a seminar in Sydney. (Will Lanting)

A leading international flight school with a name most will recall from the 1970s will host a pilot training seminar in Sydney on September 27.

The free seminar, run by the US-based Pan Am International Flight Academy and flight simulator company Flight Experience, will be held at the National Maritime Museum in Sydney’s Darling Harbour.

The academy’s vice-president of sales and marketing Gergory Darrow says the seminar will help those wanting to become pilots learn more about the process to gaining a licence.

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“We’ll be able to provide accurate information on what these young people can expect in their careers,” Captain Darrow said in a statement.

“Australian pilots are highly regarded and have always been in demand with world airlines, and as the years pass this demand is likely to increase.”

 

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