Air India has received Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA’s) nod of approval for Multi Seat Flying (MSF). Now Air India can have common pilots trained to operate two aircraft types in its fleet – Boeing 777 and 787. The regulator has reportedly taken this decision considering shortage of skilled labour and to fall back on trained pilots in times of need. The airline will soon start a trial phase with a small batch of pilots, before deciding on further expansion of the program. The airline will initially train eight designated and experienced examiners four each from 777s and 787s who

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