In key step for potential late-November ungrounding of Boeing's 737 Max, FAA details minimum pilot training

Before pilots can fly the Boeing 737 Max, they must receive full-motion flight simulator training on specific failure scenarios that occurred on the two Max crash flights in Indonesia and Ethiopia, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) said in a report released Wednesday.The release of the FAA recommendations for minimum pilot training is one of the few remaining steps before the agency can unground the Max.The simulator training will include how to manually adjust the tail to stop an uncommanded nose-down pitch and how to recognize what’s going on and prioritize corrective action when mul…

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