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FAA board sees no need for new Boeing 737 MAX simulator training

Seattle Times Tuesday, 16 April 2019
A board of pilot experts appointed by U.S. aviation regulators has reviewed Boeing’s proposed software fix for the grounded 737 MAX aircraft and concluded that pilots won’t need additional simulator training once the plane is returned to service. The report by a Federal Aviation Administration Flight Standardization Board is an important first step in reviewing […]
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