WASHINGTON—FAA and Boeing are still developing new minimum training standards for the grounded Boeing 737 MAX, but simulator maker TRU Simulation is not anticipating mandatory simulator sessions before pilots are cleared to return to line flying, Textron President and CEO Scott Donnelly said. “It looks at this point to us like it’s probably going to be a requirement that allows them to get back in flying [after] a transition course, and then would mandate actual MAX sim ...


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