A new rule from the FAA calls for incorporating upgraded full-flight simulators in upset prevention and recovery training (UPRT), and a FlightSafety International simulator recently became the first approved by the agency to do so.  Ironically, the new FAA rule, which becomes effective in March 2019, applies to the training of Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR) 121 airline pilots only, and the FlightSafety simulator replicates a Gulfstream G550, a jet flown primarily by FAR 91 business ...

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