The way flight crew trainees learn is changing as cockpit automation, the pilot’s role and the learning process itself reshape approaches to aviation training. “We don’t just want to do what we’ve done for the last 20 years for the next 20 years,” Boeing Aviation Services development lead for the 737 MAX training development program Scott Andersen said. “Who are the pilots that are going to fill the pipeline? They are not the people who have sat in those ...

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