“It’s impossible to say at this time” if the revised minimum requirements will include simulator sessions as part of transition training, FAA administrator Steve Dickson said at the Dubai Airshow Nov. 20. “We’ll evaluate the [Boeing training] proposal and we’ll see how simulations come out.” Boeing is in the final stages of completing revisions to the MAX flight control computer software and related training prompted by two accidents in five ...

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