Launch customer All Nippon Airways (ANA) has begun training its first Boeing 787 pilots, a sign that Boeing is holding to a third quarter delivery date that could come as early as late July. ANA is using Boeing Flight Services training facility in Tokyo, which starts with computer-based training and transitions to the Thales Flight Training Device before finishing with a full-flight simulator. The FTD simulates a full cockpit layout, but without the cost of full 3Dmotion. That cuts down ...

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