As the industry is assigning an increasing importance to manual piloting skills, regional turboprop manufacturer ATR has received a certification for the use of a full flight simulator in stall recovery training. The device, operated at ATR’s training center in Miami,has been approved by both EASA and FAA for upset prevention and recovery training (UPRT). That includes “full stall,” an ATR spokesperson said. The authorization is for the ATR 42/72-600 simulator with the ...

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