Pilots Want More Thorough 737 MAX Training

737 MAX in flight
Pilot groups that have reviewed the proposed 737 MAX minimum training requirements want several lessons incorporated more frequently than the FAA has proposed.
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The FAA’s proposed minimum Boeing 737 MAX pilot training should be expanded so that certain key scenarios, including simulator sessions demonstrating the Maneuvering Characteristics Augmentation System (MCAS) flight control law, are practiced more often, ensuring pilots remain familiar with the rare...

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