Recommendations from the NTSB have broadened the discussion on how best to improve flight crew performance during emergencies, calling on industry to validate assumptions on how pilots will react and simplify flight deck design. They also place the board at odds with the FAA and others that see training deficiencies as a more pressing issue. The board’s conclusions, detailed to support seven recommendations made in a Sept. 26 letter to the FAA, are based in part on two Boeing 737-8 ...

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