Commercial pilots are trained on the job

07/9/2013 | USA Today

Commercial pilots are trained on new aircraft on the job, says columnist Barry Schiff. The first step, when an airline is adding a new aircraft to its fleet, is for pilots to attend an intensive ground school. The pilot then spends some 40 hours in a flight simulator before being assigned his or her first flight, with an experienced instructor serving as co-pilot.

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