New Training And Technologies Designed To De-Program Pilots

Credit: John Croft/AW&ST
The expression “Old habits die hard” is harshly true when it comes to a pilot's response to a stall. Until recently, airline pilots around the world had been trained to minimize altitude loss when faced with the warnings signs of a stall. Training sequences became rote, and pilots were anticipating...

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