Pan Am Thailand (Assumption University)

PAN AM Simulator(ABAC Bangna) Bang Sao Thong Samut Prakan Thailand

Simulator center and partnership with Assumption University

Courses

Commercial Pilot License, Instrument Rating, Multi Engine, Type Rating, Flight Instructor course

International Students

Yes

Aircraft fleet

Partnered with Thailand flight training schools and Pan Am International Academy in the United States

Simulators

Airbus A320 and Boeing B737NG Full Flight Simulators

Airline Partnership

NOK Air

Accreditations

Department of Civil Aviation Thailand

Entry Requirements

High School Diploma

Pan Am Thailand is an aviation training joint venture between ANA Holdings (Japanese All Nippon Airways), NOK Air and Assumption University. Pan Am Thailand is part of the Pan Am International Flight Academy group which has its headquarter in Miami, United States.  The training group offers: Pilot training, Aircraft Maintenance training and Cabin Crew training. Pan Am Group is owned by ANA Holdings the parent company of All Nippon Airways. The Thailand Training Center is a simulator center housing Airbus A320 and Boeing B737NG Full Flight Simulators.

Assumption University was established in 1969 as Assumption Commercial College and in 2011 it formed a public-private academic partnership with Thai Flight Training Academy (TFTA) and Bangkok Aviation Center (BAC). Pan Am Thailand Assumption University has a flight crew training department and offers courses for training Multi-Crew Pilot License and Commercial Pilot License pilots and Aircraft Mechanics.

The training joint venture offers the following courses:

  • Commercial Pilot License with Instrument Rating
  • Multi-Engine Rating
  • Multi-Crew Pilot License
  • Airbus A320 Type Rating
  • Boeing B737NG Type Rating
  • Aircraft Maintenance Training
  • Aeronautic Engineering Degree
  • Flight Attendant/Cabin Crew Training

Pan Am Thailand has become a preferred training location for six different airlines.

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