Training package that 737 MAX pilots are required to take before a worldwide ban can be lifted
Boeing Co said it will offer a training package by the end of the week that the 737 MAX pilots must take before the global ban is lifted. He suggested, as happened before two collision events, that these pilots do not need time in flight simulations to operate the aircraft safely.
When this assessment is made, the world's largest plane maker doubles in a strategy that promotes American Airlines Group Inc. And other customers years ago. Boeing has informed airlines that its aircraft can be moved from the old 737NG to the new MAX without the heavy training in flight simulators and without compromising safety, three former Boeing employees said.
At the time, multi-billion dollar aircraft orders were based on Boeing's ability to deliver a new aircraft that matched the performance of the European Airbus SE, but kept changes and training for former pilots. To a minimum. Airbus has already booked hundreds of orders on its A320neo, which was put on the market nine months ago from Boeing.
CTM News | 29th March 2019