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USAIR GETS FAA TRAINING CONTRACT; SELLS FLIGHT SIMULATOR

 ARLINGTON, Va., March 9 /PRNewswire/ -- A $250,000 four-year contract to train Federal Aviation Administration inspectors in Boeing 737 aircraft has been awarded to USAir through the airline's Contract Training Department.
 At the same time, the department announced that it has arranged the sale of a Boeing 727-200 flight simulator to Pan Am International Flight Academy of Miami for an undisclosed price.
 Under terms of the contract with the FAA, the Contract Training Department of the USAir Sales and Services Department will enroll 120 FAA airworthiness inspectors in its Boeing 737 Aircraft Systems Course over the next four years. Training will take place at USAir's Pittsburgh operations and maintenance base.
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 /CONTACT: USAir Corporate Communications, 703-418-5100/
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