Hub Information Miami Intl. Airport (KMIA)

Miami International Airport, IATA: MIA, ICAO KMIA was the second largest hub of PAA and was also served as NAL hub.

PAA used Miami as gateway to Central and South America and for some flights to Europe. Pan Am Express had flights to the Bahamas and within Florida.

For National, MIA was the first airport on routes to the west-coast and to Europe. 

Top Aircraft Types

# Flights Type
1 48 B727-221
2 33 B737-222
3 25 A300B4-203
4 24 B747-400
5 23 DC-10-10 NAL

Top Pilots by Flights

# Flights Pilot
1 204 Roland Braksch
2 7 Miguel Costa
3 6 Pierre Castonguay
4 5 David Kurth
5 2 Marcel De Boer

Top Pilots by Flights (month)

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Top Pilots by Hours

# Time Pilot
1 488:46 Roland Braksch
2 14:22 David Kurth
3 08:49 Miguel Costa
4 04:45 Pierre Castonguay
5 01:39 Marcel De Boer

Top Pilots by Hours (month)

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Top Landings

# V/S A/C Airport Pilot
1 -2 ft/min F-28 KSYR Roland Braksch
2 -16.92 ft/min L101 KTPA Pierre Castonguay
3 -189 ft/min B721 KMLB Marcel De Boer
4 -211 ft/min A312 KORD David Kurth
5 -264 ft/min L101 KMIA Miguel Costa

Top Landings (month)

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Pilots based in KMIA

Pilot ID Name Rank Flights Hours Status Location
PAA0001 Germany Roland Braksch Chief Pilot IGS 204 988.46 warning KMIA
PXX0129 United States David Kurth Cadet 5 14.22 warning KMEM
PAA0141 Netherlands Marcel De Boer Cadet 2 5.19 warning KTPA
PAA1000 United States Pan Am Cadet 0 0.15 warning KLGA
PAA1012 Portugal Miguel Costa Cadet 7 8.49 warning SVMI
PAA1020 United States Ray Pelot Cadet 0 0.00 warning
PAA1025 Canada Pierre Castonguay Cadet 6 4.45 warning KGNV
PAA1038 United States James Zobel Cadet 0 0.00 warning
NAL1042 United States David Amato Cadet 0 0.00 warning
PAA1045 Trinidad And Tobago Andres Isava Cadet 0 0.00 warning