ANA 787 pilot training taking longer than expected

Victoria
By Victoria November 7, 2011 18:15

ANA 787 pilot training taking longer than expected

All Nippon Airways pilots need five weeks to complete training to operate the new 787 aircraft, according to the airline. This is much longer than had been expected by the industry and one which will drive up costs for 787 operators.

Boeing had claimed that typically Boeing 777 pilots would only need five days of training to be able to fly the 787, however Boeing claims ANA’s longer training period is the choice of the airline which includes “a few extra steps” agreed in line with the Japanese regulator.
United Continental pilots are planning 11 days of training for the new 787.

Victoria
By Victoria November 7, 2011 18:15
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