LAS VEGAS—Traditionally, the business aviation industry has been willing to accept training focused on ensuring a pilot meets minimum standards, TRU Simulation CEO David Smith told The Weekly of Business Aviation. “That’s not good enough,” Smith said. Testing should not be performed so a pilot can check off the boxes in a pass-fail scenario. “That doesn’t inspire the workforce or inspire better piloting,” he noted. Smith spoke at the NBAA Business ...

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