Boeing expects to start training the first airline pilots to fly the 787 next month following provisional FAA approval of the company’s Training and Flight Services flight training course. The milestone marks the final phase of a three-part build-up process to clear the fast-track training program, which enables pilots to transition to the 787 in five to 20 days, depending on experience. Boeing 777 pilots can qualify to fly the 787 in as few as five days, due to the high level of ...
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