The FAA’s plan for pilot evaluations of changes to the Boeing 737 MAX and new training materials signals a shift from a focus primarily on the carriers the agency regulates to one that accounts for variations in pilot experience around the world. The agency is finalizing a plan to bring in as many as 30 pilots from a variety of carriers to conduct MAX simulator sessions in the coming weeks, multiple sources with knowledge of the plan tell Aviation Week. Completion of the sessions will ...

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