Phoenix Virtual Airways Names New Training Coordinator

NEW YORK, New York (September 26, 2011) – Phoenix Virtual Airways (PVA) has named 5 year flight simulator veteran Chris Galemore their first Training Coordinator. Galemore authored the user manual for PVA’s custom ACARS system and will be responsible for maintaining the high level of pilot professionalism PVA has become known for.

“We are happy Chris is joining the management team here at PVA,” said CEO Michael Moro. “He brings years of experience and over 1,300 hours flying with PVA alone. He was the perfect fit for the position.”

In addition to managing training bulletins and helping newer pilots with any questions, Galemore will also be working to expand PVA’s presence within the¬†virtual ATC community. “PVA already has quite a few Online Flyers as we call them, but I also plan on organizing some VATSIM training events to try and get people to use the online service more,” noted Galemore during the announcement.

Phoenix Virtual Airways provides virtual flight crew services for 310 airlines serving over 2,800 destinations worldwide. Built using a custom Aircraft Communications Addressing and Reporting System (ACARS) and phpVMS, Phoenix Virtual Airways is a leader in virtual airline automation and realism. Flight Simulator pilots using either FS2004 or FSX are encouraged to become part of their community of fun loving, dedicated, flight simulator fans. Find out more by visiting the PVA web site at


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