U.S. FAA proposes pilot training revisions following aircraft crash

United States Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) said that the proposals on pilot training revisions are happening following the Boeing 737 MAX crash. Recommended practices emphasizing flightpath management are being put forward by the FAA.

FAA said that the advisory “provides a single framework for operations and training programs. This will help pilots develop and maintain manual flight operations skills and avoid becoming overly reliant on automation.”

The revisions cover the recommendations from the National Transportation Safety Board and Congress.

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