Standardized Training is Coming for Part 135 Flight Crews

March 25, 2019

Changes are on the horizon for training Part 135 flight crews, as new guidance calls for consensus-based simulator training programs. “It was the inconsistency that drove the whole project from the very start and the goal here is to end up with standardization,” said Ashley Smith, president and director of operations, Jet Logistics. Learn about how the coming changes to Part 135 training will affect aircraft operators in this week’s NBAA Flight Plan podcast.

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