Airbus and Boeing have updated an upset recovery training aid and distributed it to 900 commercial airplane customers worldwide. The training aid was originally prepared by a team of industry and government safety experts in 1998. Larry Rockliff, vice president of training for Airbus North America, says the update's aim is to enhance existing programs and use a standardized training approach to help reduce loss-of-control accidents. LOC is still the leading cause of fatal accidents, he ...
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