FAA is proposing new technical standards for flight simulation training devices (FSTDs) to ensure that the simulators can be used to train for full stall and stick pusher, upset recognition and recovery from bounding landing and takeoff/landing in gusting crosswinds. The proposed standards, released in the July 10 Federal Register, stem from recent changes to air carrier training requirements, along with recommendations from the National Transportation Safety Board and an Aviation Rulemaking ...
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