DUBAI—The FAA is leaving the door open for mandatory simulator sessions as a condition for pilots to return to flying The Boeing 737 MAX, the agency’s top official acknowledged. “It’s impossible to say at this time” if the revised minimum requirements will include simulator sessions as part of transition training, FAA Administrator Steve Dickson said at the Dubai Air Show Nov. 20. “We’ll evaluate the [Boeing training] proposal and we’ll see ...


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