"Recently I learned all these warnings in a 737 MAX flight simulator during the accident rebuilding, and although I knew what would happen, I could see how the crews could have run out of time before they encountered the problems could have solved. "Chesley" Sully "Sullenberger said before these accidents, it was unlikely that US-American pilots were confronted in the context of a simulator training with this scenario, during a hearing to the contested airplane model.
Sullenberger, whose landing on the "Miracle on the Hudson" in 2009 saved the lives of all 155 people on board, told the panel that it was important for pilots not to have "accidental traps".
"We Need to Ensure Everyone who occupies a pilot's seat is endowed with the information, skills, knowledge, skills and judgment to be able to be the absolute master of the aircraft and all its component systems as well as the situations at the same time and continuously during the flight, "he said.
Pilots need first-hand physical experience to be prepared for emergencies, Sullenberger said.
"Reading on an iPad about it is not nearly enough," he said.