As Boeing moves closer to wrapping up changes to the 737 MAX aimed at getting the grounded fleet back into service, training has become the focal point. One key consideration is whether simulator sessions should be added to the existing MAX pilot-training package based on lessons learned from the two fatal 737-8 accidents.  A third round of public input on FAA-led Flight Standardization Board (FSB) draft recommendations closes May 15, and the comments are expected to help shape a final ...

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