WASHINGTON—American Airlines pilots are emphasizing detailed instruction on the maneuvering characteristics augmentation system (MCAS) and revamped emergency procedures as key elements to ensuring a safe return to service for the grounded Boeing 737 MAX fleet, adding that simulator training should be introduced, but not necessarily as a condition to getting the MAX back flying. In comments to FAA on the Flight Standardization Board (FSB) draft report that will update 737 training ...


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