FAA FINAL RULE ISSUED ON COCKPIT TEAM TRAINING

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By TESTCustomwebLP TESTCustomwebLP January 21, 2011 08:40

FAA FINAL RULE ISSUED ON COCKPIT TEAM TRAINING

The US Federal Aviation Administration has issued a final rule requiring pilots to receive specialized training to work more effectively as cockpit teams. The goal of the new rule is to “is to reduce the frequency and severity of errors” by pilots of both helicopters and airplanes conducting charter, sightseeing and other nonscheduled flights, says the FAA.

The rules parallel specialized team-training requirements, dubbed crew resource management, that have been integral parts of larger airline-safety practices since the late 1990s. The rule allows firms two years to create enhanced pilot-training systems that will, the FAA hopes, help reduce human errors that can result in runway or midair collisions, loss of altitude awareness and other frequent safety threats.

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