LYON, France—As Boeing is gradually progressing toward the reauthorization of 737 MAX passenger flights, French pilot union SNPL France ALPA is calling for thorough pilot training before the aircraft returns to service. “We want to be aware of the existence of a system,” SNPL VP Vincent Gilles said. Boeing did not mention the addition of the maneuvering characteristics augmentation system (MCAS) in any pilot training documentation. The MCAS, deemed a minor change over the ...

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