Asiana Airlines has made significant changes to its pilot training programs in the aftermath of the Boeing 777-200ER accident at the San Francisco International Airport on July 6. Though the National Transportation Safety Board has not yet determined the cause of the crash, the focus of an initial factual hearing in Washington on Dec. 11 has been pilot monitoring lapses and potential confusion about the 777’s autopilot and autothrottle systems, both of which reflect on Asiana’s pilot ...

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