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23 novembre 2013 ~ 0 Commentaire

Pilots Rely Too Much on Automation

Article paru dans le Wall Street Journal le 17 novembre 2013. Auteur: Andy Pasztor… Panel Says Many Aviators Have Difficulty Manually Flying Planes, Study Commissioned by FAA Finds Commercial airline pilots have become so dependent on automation that poor manual flying skills and failure to master the latest changes in cockpit technology pose the greatest […]

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19 juillet 2013 ~ 0 Commentaire

De la formation des pilotes

Article trouvé sur le net, et écrit par un ancien instructeur de Korean. Ca se passe de commentaire! After I retired from UAL as a Standards Captain on the -400, I got a job as a simulator instructor working for Alteon (a Boeing subsidiary) at Asiana. When I first got there, I was shocked and […]

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24 novembre 2012 ~ 1 Commentaire

APS training offers pilots real experience of upset recovery (par Dave Majumdar)

A July 2009 report compiled by Boeing indicates that loss of control is the leading factor in fatal commercial aviation accidents, resulting in 1,991 fatalities. Controlled flight into terrain was second, with about half as many incidents, resulting in 961 fatalities. Paul Ransbury, president of Phoenix, Arizona-based Aviation Performance Solutions (APS) and a former Boeing […]

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11 novembre 2012 ~ 0 Commentaire

Le Boeing 787 raconté par un pilote fraîchement qualifié

Hi All, I just completed the first pilot training class on the 787 at United Airlines, an airplane which is destined to replace the 767 and live for many years after I retire. Here’s what I’ve learned in 787 training so far. By the way, last night we passed our MV (maneuvers validation) check ride, with emergency after emergency, […]

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