Pan Am International Flight Academy, in alliance with Flamingo Air’s Airline Ground Schools (AGS), is now offering FAA Aircraft Dispatcher Certification training to Pan Am students, while Pan Am is providing simulator and other training to Airline Ground Schools.
Airline Ground Schools was established in 1967 and boasts nearly 55,000 graduates. Its global campus is located at historic Lunken Airport in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Pan Am International Flight Academy is a direct descendent of Pan Am International Airlines and is based at Pan Am’s World Headquarters in Miami, Florida. It trains air traffic controllers and pilots.
Currently, Flamingo Air/AGS has the only FAA-approved Distance Learning Program of its kind, which provides 152 of the required 200 hours of instruction online. Using this system, designed by AGS President Sharon McGee, a student is required to come to the AGS campus for only six days.