The FAA is seeking industry help to create “representative” mathematical stall models that could be used in flight simulators to train pilots to recognize and recover from stalls. In a new Broad Agency Announcement, the FAA links this effort to a 2010 congressional mandate that targeted pilot training deficiencies, such as those noted in the 2009 Colgan Air Bombardier Q400 loss-of-control crash near Buffalo, N.Y. The law will require carriers to provide pilots with ground and flight ...

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