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Pisell promoted to new position with FlightSafety International

April 24, 2012, La Guardia Airport, N.Y. - FlightSafety International announces that Jeremy Pisell has been promoted to Assistant Manager of the company’s Learning Center in Tucson, Arizona.


April 24, 2012
By Carey Fredericks

“Our Customers and Teammates who train and work at the Tucson Learning Center will appreciate and benefit from Jeremy’s aviation experience, thorough understanding of FlightSafety’s training programs, focus on service, and ability to manage and communicate effectively,” said Greg McGowan, Vice President, Operations.

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Jeremy joined FlightSafety in 2006 as an instructor at the Dallas Learning Center. He was promoted to Program Manager the following year, named Assistant Director of Training in 2008, and most recently served as Director of Training at the company’s Bell Helicopter Learning Center in Fort Worth.

“We look forward to Jeremy’s arrival in Tucson and to working with him to provide our Customers with the high quality training and exceptional service FlightSafety is recognized for around the world,” said Kelly Allender, Manager Tucson Learning Center.

Jeremy graduated from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach, Florida with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Aeronautical Science and minor in aviation safety. He holds an Airline Transport Pilot certificate, is a Certified Flight Instructor, has a Commercial Pilot ASEL, type ratings in Boeing and Gulfstream aircraft, and over 2,000 hours of flight experience. Prior to joining FlightSafety Jeremy worked for Delta Airlines for six years as an instructor for the Boeing 737 series of aircraft.

FlightSafety’s Tucson Learning Center provides comprehensive training using a fleet of ten full flight simulators and an advanced FAA Level 7 qualified flight training device. The Center offers training for the Bombardier Learjet 25, Learjet 31A, Learjet 35, Learjet 45, Learjet 60; Challenger 601 3A, Challenger 604; and the Eurocopter AS350.