Safety advocates say training regimens in use by many airlines and mandated by regulators are failing to address core operational issues introduced by highly automated cockpits. The acknowledgment is one of 19 flight-operations findings and conclusions agreed to by 251 pilots, regulators, aircraft operators and manufacturers who took part in a two-day Automation and Safety Forum in Brussels last month. The forum, sponsored by the Flight Safety Foundation, Eurocontrol and the European ...

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