Commercial aircraft are massive and expensive, making them difficult to support just for training. The mechanisms and programs controlling the aircraft are intricate and complex. While advancements in the aerospace industry move forward, the training devices and infrastructure can be just as cutting-edge. In 2014, the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) announced a notice of proposed amendment to evaluate the new training methods and technologies and amend Regulation (EC) No. ...


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