US News Boeing 737 MAX: pilots back on the plane in November?

13:30  22 september  2020
13:30  22 september  2020 Source:   pressfrom.com

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updated computer-based instruction to pilots for the grounded Boeing Co. 737 Max in late October, with simulator-based training starting in November . is approved, an international panel of regulators must complete a review that began last week of how pilots react to emergencies on the plane .

About 1,700 pilots are expected to be trained in November if American’s plans go through. Regulators have been scrutinizing the plane and working to ensure its safety. For both Boeing and regulators, any faults found with the 737 MAX after its recertification or any other incidents with the

Boeing 737 MAX : des pilotes de retour dans l'avion en novembre ? © Clemens Vasters / Flickr Boeing 737 MAX: pilots back on the plane in November? American Airlines announced Monday, September 21, that it was starting to schedule training for its pilots in November.

A ray of hope for Boeing. American Airlines announced Monday (September 21) to plan for November training on the 737 MAX for its pilots, reports Reuters . A sign that suggests that the return in the air of the single-aisle of the American aircraft manufacturer is soon. A spokesperson for the airline, however, said the training plans were not final. "We have started the process of planning pilot training, which can be canceled if the MAX is not recertified," he said, noting that American Airlines remains in close contact with the Federal Aviation Administration ( FAA) and Boeing.

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Southwest, American and United Airlines all put back return date for troubled jet.

The Boeing 737 MAX is the fourth generation of the Boeing 737 , a narrow-body airliner manufactured by Boeing Commercial Airplanes (BCA). It succeeds the Boeing 737 Next Generation (NG).

Boeing is awaiting FAA approval on proposed modifications to its 737 MAX and for pilot training. The aircraft of the American manufacturer has been grounded since March 2019, following two crashes that killed 346 people. Training proposals are reviewed by civil aviation authorities and airlines in the United States, Canada, Brazil and the European Union.

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regulator Although no final training program has been approved, American Airlines has told its pilots to plan sessions that will begin in November . "With the expected return to service of our B737 MAX aircraft in the near future, we will begin to organize special B737 MAX training for our B737 pilots," said Ameya Kingaonkar, director of planning and flight training at American on Monday. Airlines, in a memo, which Reuters was able to consult.

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The training will include a distance training module that will last approximately 1h40, as well as a two-hour simulator session and a briefing of one hour. American Airlines plans to release the distance learning module by October 28 and train approximately 1,700 pilots in November. The training should be completed by the end of January 2021.

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