Features

July 2010 Issue

TAA Training

Is bureaucratic inertia at the FAA and within the industry preventing us from getting our money’s worth?

It’s no great secret that nearly all new-production aircraft now have glass cockpits and advanced devices such as weather data link. Even technologies such as synthetic vision have become the new norm. In a way, the term technically advanced aircraft (TAA) has become a misnomer but it is still widely recognized as a tag line for a variety of related issues—including TAA training.

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